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Drag queen head teacher backed by school

Andrew Livingstone is the head of a school but also performs as Miss Tish Ewe. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norwich City v Rotherham United

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Norwich City and Rotherham United. Source: BBC Norfolk

Snow leopard shot dead at Dudley Zoo after escaping area

Dudley Zoo said the door to Margaash's enclosure had been left open through "keeper error". Source: BBC Norfolk

Concern as Construction Industry Training Board outsources 337 jobs

Union Unite says the plans are "troubling" while CITB says it will make it "more agile". Source: BBC Norfolk

King's Lynn's Klic business hub firm set to miss loan deadline

An enterprise agency owes money to the local council and could have to hand a new building over. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust criticised

Campaigners express anger after mental health services are rated inadequate for a third time. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norwich mum Louise Harvey died days after breast surgery

Louise Harvey developed a blood clot after the cosmetic enlargement procedure. Source: BBC Norfolk

Bogus psychiatrist lied on her first day at mental health trust

Misconduct papers show Zholia Alemi could have been stopped on her first day at a mental health trust. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norwich council offices to be turned into social housing

A plan to turn a redundant building in to council homes is unanimously approved. Source: BBC Norfolk

Shares in shopping centre owner Intu sink after takeover collapses

Shares in shopping centre owner Intu sink more than a third as a takeover bid falls apart. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust remains 'inadequate'

Inspectors say patients were repeatedly failed, as a charity calls for the government to intervene. Source: BBC Norfolk

Seal colony in Norfolk expects more than 2,700 pups

England's largest grey seal colony, in Norfolk, could see record numbers this pupping season. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norfolk man who illegally hoarded 5,000 rare eggs jailed

Daniel Lingham is told his collection of more than 5,000 eggs will go to the Natural History Museum. Source: BBC Norfolk

UKIP MEP Patrick O'Flynn defects to 'resurgent' SDP

The party's former economy spokesman Patrick O'Flynn has been an MEP since 2014. Source: BBC Norfolk

Wymondham toy shop owner thanks community after fundraiser

Owner Richard Harding thanks the community for a "remarkable" effort to raise £200 in two days. Source: BBC Norfolk

Norwich landlord forced to demolish unlawful extension

A landlord is told his extension to a semi-detached house is "harmful" to the rest of the street. Source: BBC Norfolk