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17 April 2014 Last updated at 14:17

Farm guilty after man electrocuted

A flower farm is found guilty of failing to ensure its employee was safe after a worker was electrocuted.

Henry Moore and Sir Robert SainsburyMoore and Sainsbury letters on show

Letters between the sculptor Henry Moore and his patron Sir Robert Sainsbury are to go on display for the first time.

Post-medieval gold mourning ringNorfolk wolf coins declared treasure

A hoard of 44 coins depicting a snarling wolf and dating back to the 1st Century, have been declared treasure by a Norfolk coroner.

Deborah McGurran, Political editor, East of England Article written by Deborah McGurran Deborah McGurran Political editor, East of England

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Controversial plans for an incinerator in King's Lynn have been effectively scrapped leaving the council tax payer with a bill for £30m.

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