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The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has been named one of the top three in the country in ovarian cancer treatment.
It's just been awarded a special certification that only 14 hospitals in the whole of Europe. It recognises the highly specialised surgery it offers women with the disease.
Gynaecology oncology specialists at NNUH treat around 60 patients each year.
A man has been charged with murder following the death of a woman in Norwich on Saturday.Read the full story ›
Police have discovered the body of a man near to Marston Lane in Norwich.
A member of the public found the body and alerted police at 4.30pm Monday 31 July.
Investigations continue, but the death is not currently being treated as suspicious at this stage.
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An investigation has been launched into the "unexplained" death of a woman in Norwich.
Forensic teams are still at the site of the house in Godric Place in Bowthorpe Road where the body of the woman was found yesterday (July 29th.)
Police were called to the address following reports for the safety of a woman.
Police told ITV News Anglia that officers were making initial enquiries and the death was currently being treated as unexplained.
A 46-year-old man has been charged with criminal damage after a brick was thrown at a butcher's shop in Norwich.
A glass door was damaged during the attack in Magdalen Street late on Tuesday night (25 July).
Officers have reassured people living in the area and say hate crimes won't be tolerated.
Jamie Lee has been charged with racially or religiously aggravated criminal damage and is due to appear at Norwich Magistrates Court on Friday.
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Police say they're treating an incident in which a brick was thrown at a butchers shop in Norwich as a hate crime.
A glass door was damaged during the attack in Magdalen Street late on Tuesday night.
Officers have moved to reassure people living in the area and say such incidents won't be tolerated.
This is fast-paced enquiry and there are several leads that are being actively followed up.
It is being dealt with as a hate crime and I'd like to re-assure people of all faiths and racial backgrounds that hate-related incidents are rare in Norwich and that such incidents are not tolerated by the very diverse and strong Magdalen Street Community or Norfolk Constabulary.
We will investigate this crime thoroughly and should offenders be identified we will deal with them robustly.