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  1. Coroner says busy north Norfolk road where Holt teenager...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Eastern Daily Press

    A coroner's report will be sent to council officials raising concerns about one of Norfolk's busiest roads which is "too dangerous" for pedestrians. It comes after 15-year-old Holt girl Martha Seaward was struck by a lorry on the A148 at Upper Sheringham last January.


  2. Cley pantomime to raise money for Blakeney health charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    It will be shown at Cley Village Hall on Thursday February 5 and Friday February 6 at 8pm and Saturday February 7 at 3pm and 8pm. The voluntary group, based at Thistleton Court in Blakeney, provides extra care and comfort as well as medical and personal services to anyone over 60 living in and around Blakeney and the Glaven Valley.


  3. Ablation effectiveness quotient predicts clinical successRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | PhysOrg Weblog

    For patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation who undergo AF ablation , a high ablation effectiveness quotient correlates with freedom from atrial tachyarrhythmia , according to a study published online Jan. 15 in the Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology . Gareth J. Wynn, M.B.Ch.B., from the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital in the United Kingdom, and colleagues examined whether a high ratio between post-AFA levels of serum high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T and duration of radiofrequency application would correlate with early clinical success.


  4. Top Sheringham naturalist Moss Taylor to talk at inaugural meeting of North East Norfolk Bird ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Eastern Daily Press

    New North East Norfolk Bird Club has been set up and will focus on birds around a specific area of Norfolk by Phil Hall and Trevor Williams. Photo by Mark Bullimore Nature enthusiasts will be able to help in the fight against decreasing bird numbers in an area relatively unexplored by experts.


  5. End of the line for 105-year-old north Norfolk family fish businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Eastern Daily Press

    The business visited north Norfolk fetes, including Blakeney and Brancaster, and a portion of chips cost a halfpenny and a portion of fish cost a penny, in old money. 1948-The family moved its fish and chip business to Stiffkey, after George died.


  6. Genre-bending new novel is eye-opening read on human natureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | PRWeb

    Written by Andrew Holt McMinn, " Inflagrante and Delicta - The Common Period " tells the story of a crazy world where people bear a basket of physical, emotional and psychological quirks and dysfunctions. This highly engrossing read, told through the eyes of two anthropomorphic dogs, follows the adventures of a gorgeous red-clawed hunk and inbred, a sex -and- love -addicted transgender chauffeuse, a demented, stalking social-worker, a troubled politician and a lascivious charity worker.


  7. Police warning to drivers after spate of crashes on Norfolk's icy roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 4 | Evening News

    Police have warned drivers to take extra care on the region's icy roads, with a string of crashes this morning. Norfolk police said there was frost and ice on many of the county's roads and said drivers should take care.


  8. Winter 2015 Theater GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | Chicago Tribune

    The winter season in Chicago theater features festivals, large-cast epics and revivals with a twist. Out of the scores of shows opening in the next few weeks at Chicago theaters, here are 10 that, for one reason or another, I'm anticipating with particular relish.


  9. New era for Holt wood yard ahead of Aldi supermarket buildRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 1 | Eastern Daily Press

    Thaxters of Holt, formerly based on Old Station Way, is now called Thaxters Timber and Forestry Ltd and based in a 1960s sawmill on Pippin Heath, Hunworth Road, just outside Holt. It moved for the new Aldi store which will be built after the 110-year-old former Thaxters headquarters is demolished at the end of this month.


  10. Society aims to spread the word about our Norfolk naval heroesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2014 | Eastern Daily Press

    Our region has long been known for its naval links and many maritime heroes who have battled through the centuries to keep our shores safe. The Royal Navy Museum's official portrait of Admiral Lord Nelson which is considered to be the best likeness of the great man and is typical in it's view of him from his left side.


  11. The Band Keeps On Playing: See Cap Holter Ring In New YearRead the original story

    Dec 30, 2014 | Glasgow Courier

    Cap Holter with his daughter and son, Joyce Holter-Miller and Curt Holter. Cap has always had a love for the accordion, Joyce enjoys the bass guitar and Curt has been playing the fiddle for around a decade.


  12. Holt pond restored back to former Victorian gloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2014 | Eastern Daily Press

    Spout Hills committee members with the newly refurbished pond in Holt. Left to right, John Roebuck, Tony Leech, John Allison, Duncan Baker, George Rudd, Colin Hipperson, Bryan Thirkettle, Glynis Payne and Bryan Payne.


  13. Grieving family's call to improve A148 nearly a year after Holt teenager dies on roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Eastern Daily Press

    The grieving family of a teenager who died on a busy road nearly a year ago will raise a glass in her memory on Christmas Day. Sheringham High School pupil Martha Seaward was killed on January 10 this year when she was in collision with a lorry on the A148, near the entrance to Sheringham Park.


  14. Princess Kate Spotted Shopping for AntiquesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2014 | People

    Princess Kate delighted locals in Holt, England, when she went shopping for antique dining accessories on Thursday. After browsing the Mews Antique Emporium - a 30-minute drive from her and Prince William 's country home, Anmer Hall - the expectant royal walked away with two big bags full of purchases.


  15. Wind farms owner dramatically shelves new projects in East AngliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2014 | Evening News

    One of East Anglia s leading onshore wind turbine developers has dramatically shelved any new projects - triggering doubts about the future of the controversial industry Onshore wind farms in East Anglia will be put on hold as one of the UK's biggest green companies blames the government for making it impossible to build. David Ramsbotham, 69, of Church Street, Plumstead, has been campaigning against wind turbines for years and welcomes Ecotricity's news.


  16. Steam heritage book by north Norfolk railway enthusiast and artistRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2014 | Eastern Daily Press

    Sheringham artist Wrenford Thatcher, who has become known as the "Railway Man" for his paintings depicting the glory days of steam. Photo: Karen Bethell A north Norfolk artist who has become known as the "Railway Man" for his paintings harking back to the "golden days" of steam and diesel engines is writing a book charting his 20-plus years of capturing the country's historic trains on canvas.


  17. Hospital and ambulance bosses join forces to cut A&E waiting times and stop winter crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2014 | Evening News

    Health chiefs hope to see off the threat of an A&E waiting times crisis this winter through a raft of new measures and a slice of a 700 million fund. Health chiefs on Monday outlined plans to help Norfolk's NHS cope with huge demand from patients expected this winter.


  18. Health chiefs put forward plan to relieve NHS winter pressureRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | Evening News

    Health chiefs on Monday outlined plans to help Norfolk's NHS cope with huge demand from patients expected this winter.


  19. England don't have the players to be world-beaters - so give Roy Hodgson a breakRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2014 | Mirror.co.uk

    The callers angrily demanding a change of Three Lions boss on football phone-ins after the win over Slovenia need to calm down, writes Oliver Holt England had just won a fourth straight qualification game, but they were saying he should have been fired after the World Cup last summer. That is not an uncommon view, but the FA chose not to take that step and Hodgson has led the Three Lions to a seamless start in Group E. Jack Wilshere is looking more and more assured and edging closer to being the player we all hoped he would be before injury interrupted his career.


  20. Video: Norfolk residents hit back at restaurant critic AA GillRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2011 | Eastern Daily Press

    Villagers and business owners have spoken out against restaurant critic AA Gill after he described the county as 'the hernia on the end of England'. The controversial critic reviewed the Rose and Crown at Snettisham in the Sunday Times at the weekend, but spent most of the time taking pot-shots at Norfolk.