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Early morning traffic lights issue in Reydon is resolved

A fault with traffic lights in Wangford Road, Reydon, near Southwold, has been resolved.

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Famous West Runton elephant to walk again on beach this bank holiday weekend

The life-size articulated model of the world-famous West Runton elephant will take another stroll on West Runton beach this bank holiday weekend.

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Norfolk Cricket League: Plenty still to be decided in final weekend of the season

The penultimate week left many issues to sort out at both the top and bottom of many of the divisions.

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Action from an early-season FA Cup tie between Wisbech Town, red, and Diss Town. Picture: STEVE WILLIAMS

Draw for FA Cup first qualifying round throws up a big Norfolk non-league derby

The preliminary round of the FA Cup will be played this weekend – but our sides already have a good idea of who they will be facing if they get through to the next stage.

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Tour de Broads cycling event which started at Strumpshaw Hall in Norfolk, pictured are Oliver (5) and Luke Cossey (7) waiting for their dad David Cossey to make a stop at Stalham's Museum of the Braods. 

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Record number of riders take on the Tour de Broads

When thinking of the Broads, it is usually boats, windmills and tranquillity which come to mind.

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Danny Crow missed opportunities to earn Lowestoft a deserved win at AFC Fylde.  Picture: Steve Gardiner Photography (sg-photography.format.com)

AFC Fylde 1 Lowestoft Town 0: Late goal denies Blues

Lowestoft Town’s longest away trip of the season left them empty-handed after a last-gasp defeat in the National League North.

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Jack Ainsley, back, has risen to the challenge of playing centre-half alongside Rossi Jarvis. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Makeshift defence set to be called upon for Lowestoft Town at AFC Fylde

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher has paid tribute to his makeshift centre-half pairing as the Blues continue to struggle for numbers at the heart of their defence.

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England 2003 World Cup winner Matt Dawson is backing Ben Youngs to be England's main scrum-half at the upcoming World Cup. Picture: PA

World Cup winner Matt Dawson backs Ben Youngs to be England’s starting scrum-half

The battle for the England scrum-half berth could go down to the wire but World Cup winning No.9 Matt Dawson believes Norfolk’s Ben Youngs has the all-round game which makes him Stuart Lancaster’s best option.

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Norwich City mascot Captain Canary isn't in our photo quiz, but can you guess 20 of his colleagues from clubs across the country?

Photo quiz: Guess the football mascot

Some are good, some are bad and some are just odd. Can you identify which clubs these 20 mascots represent?

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Norfolk tennis player Barry Fulcher, right, with James Smith after winning the V35 doubles title at the British Seniors' Closed Grass Court Championships 2015 at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in London.

Norfolk tennis veteran Barry Fulcher completes British ‘grand slam’

Norfolk county player Barry Fulcher has continued his excellent season on the British veterans tour with a double success on the famous courts of the All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon.

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