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  • 1 - Chloe Smith Chloe Smith MP and Councillor Shelagh Gurney, Chairman of Hellesdon Parish Council, met with Norwich International Airport on Thursday 12th November to raise again the noise complaints of Hellesdon residents. Norwich International Airport have promised to look at further options to redu... Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North, has today completed committee work in Parliament on the new Immigration Bill, which will introduce new sanctions on illegal immigration, protect our public services and tackle exploitation of low-skilled workers.

    This follows her work in 2014 on the Modern Sl... News reports of the cyber attack on the website of the telecom firm TalkTalk, with millions of British customers, and the subsequent arrest of some teenagers including one from Norwich prompt in us several reactions. This comes hot on the heels of a seemingly similar attack on Carphone Ware...

    I m blogging here to try to explain a complicated thing that happened in Parliament recently. There s been a lot of misinformation about a thing people are calling tampon tax . The Commons was examining the Finance Bill, which enacts the Budget and puts various ...

    Chloe Smith has welcomed new figures today showing the number of people in Norwich claiming Jobseeker s Allowance has fallen by over 600 since last year and by nearly 3,000 since 2010, which is a percentage drop of 59%. The official statistics show that Britain s economic pl... In the Commons this month we ve been legislating for the Trade Union Bill.

    This Bill makes some fundamental reforms to modernise trade union law, which will: ensure that strike action only ever takes place on the basis of clear and representative mandates, through new thresholds... Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North has supported Norwich Puppet Theatre s 35th Anniversary Celebrity Puppet Auction by designing her own puppet to be auctioned. Chloe has created Little Ben , a puppet that is designed to represent both...

    Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North has lent her support to the CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), the Anti-Suicide Campaign. The campaign seeks to bring awareness to the issue that suicide is the biggest single killer of young men aged 20-45. A new anti-suicide c...

    Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North is extending an open invitation to all Norwich North schools to visit the Houses of Parliament. This year, Chloe has hosted school groups from Hillside Primary School, Firside Junior School and St. Williams Way Primary School.  ...

    Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North, today urged local firms to check up on their cyber security after reports that Norwich Airport's website has been hacked.

    The Airport is in Chloe's constituency and she reacts as local MP and a former Minister for Cyber Security in the Cabinet Offi...

  • 1 - Chloe Smith MP Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North, urged the Chief Secretary to the Treasury to stay the course and help more young people into employment during Treasury questions in the House of Commons.Reflecting on the unprecedented success of her local jobs scheme, Norwich for Jobs, which has...
  • 1 comment - The Latest News on GB stamps from Norvic Philatelics Royal Mail announcement 15 November: Royal Mail are delighted to be working with Post Office Ltd on their Christmas Stamp Shop. This Pop Up Post Office is a large mobile trailer that will tour some of the major shopping locations around the UK in the run up to Christmas. The Post Office will be selling Christmas Stamps and Smilers.

    In addition, Royal Mail s own Post and Go terminal will be vending Post and Go stamps. Full details are listed below: Royal Mail s Post and Go machines used for Exhibitions: A3 and A4 Post and Go Stamps: Robins (MA13) and 2 nd Class (MA13) There is no overprint Receipts will be unique to each venue The Smilers sheets will be available in 10 and 20 stamp sheets with the following designs available: o Madonna and Child 1 st and 2 nd class o Christmas 2012 Santa 1 st Class may be available dependant on early demand ( Note London Westfield is Shepherds Bush, not Stratford. ) I am surprised that this wandering trailer - we used to know them as Mobile Post Offices - is making such a passing visit to each location. Last year, Post Office Ltd announced that the pop-up post office (which opened on 30 November) was: "The first of its kind to be found in the UK is located in Camden Market and is showcasing a range of collectible and retail items.

    The Pop Up shop will be open seven days a week and customers will benefit from extensive opening hours as well as a range of services including posting and packaging. "To help make life easier for customers a gift wrapping service is also available with all donations going to BBC Children in Need." I haven't had a formal statement from Post Office Ltd about the rationale behind the tour, but understand that the focus is on selling stamps - expect there to be blow-ups of the competition winners designs - and instant Smilers. There will be no counter services, no Horizon system, though there may be a posting box, presumably with mail to be offloaded into the local mail distribution system. So although they are described as post offices, they are really just post office retail units.

    There is no doubt that - despite initial difficulties in actually finding it - customers made the Camden unit a great success. The new mobile trailers - to be located in major shopping streets or covered shopping centres - will stand out. It seems they won't be tucked away in an otherwise vacant corner.

    But can the same sort of success be replicated when the unit is only in one place for two days? By chance the Camden unit's turnover included significant philatelic sales as collectors and dealers found definitive stamps not previously available from Royal Mail's Tallents House bureau or from many post office branches, and further supplies were made available as collectors bought up initial stocks. Philatelic sales will be far lower ( pro rata ) at these venues than at Camden last year, although collectors will certainly flock to Newcastle on 20th November for the new 2nd class Machin Faststamps with year code MA13 simply because it will be available for the first time.

    But one has to question why it exists, given that stocks of the MA12 version were sold only at Spring Stampex and in bureau packs and have never appeared in Post Office Wincor-Nixdorf machines.

    I'm not one for using the term 'cynical exploitation' but I feel sure that the original print run of MA12 2nd class Machin Faststamps has not been exhausted.

  • 1 November 2015 - The Week ISIS claims it downed the Russian airliner Did ISIS down the Russian airliner which crashed yesterday? The Sunday Times says the crash site is near an area infested by the terror group and the Sunday Express says several airlines are now refusing to fly over the area. However, in the Independent On Sunday experts dismiss the claim that the terror group was involved, saying they lack the necessary weaponry.

    Government backtracks on internet snooping Theresa May has been forced to backtrack over her plan to snoop on internet use, reports The Observer. The hugely contentious plans to allow the police and security services full access to everyone s internet browsing history have been abandoned amid government fears that it would be unable to force new laws through parliament because of concerns over civil liberties. Did Tony Blair order Iraq document to be burned?

    Ministers were ordered to burn a secret document which said the Iraq war was illegal, claims the Mail on Sunday. Downing Street reportedly panicked when attorney general Lord Goldsmith told Tony Blair the conflict could be challenged under international law. "This is nonsense as far as Tony Blair knows," the former PM s spokesman said of the allegations. Six million Brits paid less than living wage Almost six million workers in the UK are paid less than the living wage, according to a new study.

    Researchers uncovered a "worrying trend" of part-time, female and young workers being most likely to earn below the figure, researchers found. The non-compulsory living wage, promoted by the Living Wage Foundation, is currently 7.85 an hour and 9.15 in London. All Blacks make rugby world cup history New Zealand have become the first side to retain the Rugby World Cup, beating Australia 34-17 in the final.

    The All Blacks were ahead 21-3 at half-time but then faced a rousing fight-back from the Aussies. However, in an exciting final 16 minutes, a drop goal and long-range penalty from New Zealand's Dan Carter and Beauden Barrett's late try settled the contest. Was 7/7 aimed at derailing Olympics bid?

    A Scotland Yard detective at the heart of the July 7 bombings inquiry says the suicide attacks were originally planned to take place 24 hours earlier to stop London winning the right to host the 2012 Olympic Games. David Videcette said derailing the Olympic bid would also have helped protect a fundamentalist sect s project to build Europe s biggest mosque. One Direction a mess as they bow out A crazy life for One Direction has prompted the pop group to disband, says The Sunday Times.

    Ahead of their final concert last night, band member Liam Payne told the newspaper: Basically, we are all a mess. Now we all need to go away, become mad old recluses, then come back again with giant beards. That s the plan.

    Jeremy Corbyn dismissed war commemoration plan Jeremy Corbyn has said he can t see the point of commemorating the First World War. In a 2013 speech to the Morning Star, the newspaper founded by the Communist party of Great Britain, he said: The government is apparently preparing to spend shed loads of money commemorating the first world war. I m not sure what there is to commemorate about the first world war.

    Winslet says parents losing battle over technology Kate Winslet, who plays the confidante of Steve Jobs in a new film about the Apple co-founder, says parents should remove technology from their children and says her own kids are banned from social networks. The Oscar-winning actress says busy parents are losing control of their young, whose self-confidence often depends on what strangers think of their selfies. Embattled Mourinho insists he will stay Jose Mourinho insists he will remain in charge at Chelsea after his side lost their sixth league game of the season.

    Asked if he would thought he would lose his job, he replied: "No, I don't." His side are 15th in the league after losing to Liverpool.

    Manchester City are top after beating Norwich 2-1, with Arsenal in second after their 3-0 win at Swansea.

  • 1,500 Norfolk art prize winner announced: 2013 Holt Festival Art ... Entries were received from all over the country for the 2013 Holt Festival Art Prize and the winner is from Norwich! At a ceremony just before the festival opened, renowned Norfolk based pop artist Colin Self awarded former Norwich University of the Arts student Emily Cole the prize and its attendant cheque for 1,500. Her acrylic and oil on paper painting Drifter, is based on a photograph taken during a walk from Manningtree Train Station to Flatford Mill, through Constable Country.

    Emily said she was absolutely thrilled to win. I only entered at the very last minute she said a friend had mentioned the prize to me but it went clear out of my mind until she reminded me a few hours before the closing deadline. I think I probably got it in with a few minutes to spare!

    Holt Festival Fine Art curator, James Glennie of Art & Antiques Appraisals Ltd said I am so happy for Emily and very pleased that the judges chose her work as the winner. She is a relatively new artist who is already being noticed and I hope that her deserved win will help her find wider attention. She is definitely an artist to watch out for in the future .

    The 2013 Holt Art Prize was judged by Internationally renowned pop artist Colin Self, Amanda Geitner, Chief Curator at The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art and independent curator, writer and collector Ian Collins. In addition to the cash prize the winning entry will also be exhibited at the prestigious Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in the autumn. Emily Cole was born in Suffolk but moved to Norwich when she was 4 years old, attending school in the city before studying at Cambridge University.

    She later enrolled on a BA Fine Art Painting degree at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA), winning the Vernon Crowther Painting Prize for her degree show and completed an MA in Fine Art in 2003. She went on to lecture at NUA and has exhibited internationally including shows in Brussels, Luxembourg and Tokyo. Living and working in Norwich her painting has been praised by novelist Raffaella Barker, writer Iain Sinclair and critic Martin Herbert.

    The winning entry is being exhibited along with all shortlisted entries from 20-27 July at the Nicholson Gallery, Cairns Centre, Gresham s School, Holt, NR25 6EA.

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  • 1.82M innovation boost for research in Norwich - BBSRC Bright ideas from scientists collaborating on the Norwich Research Park could get vital investment towards commercialisation thanks to a new 1.82M 'Proof of Concept' Fund backed by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Norwich Research Park. The integrated Norwich Research Park fund will enable early-stage investments to allow researchers to bring their ideas and inventions from the research stage to commercial or wider application much more quickly. Projects with potential wider societal impact, as well as those with a commercial pathway to application, will be supported.

    Researchers will be able to apply for up to 30,000 to take their research projects out of the lab and bring them to market by attracting investment from commercial companies. Chair of the Norwich Research Partners LLP, Anthony Habgood, himself a leading industrialist, said : "The impact that this fund will have on the Norwich Research Park community and beyond could be substantial. It will enable more people with good ideas to turn their concepts into reality, deliver real benefits to wider society and help to build on the Park's growing reputation as a leading research hub." Prof David Richardson, pro-vice-chancellor for research and engagement at the University of East Anglia (UEA), said : "This huge financial injection will bolster Norwich's position as an international centre of excellence for cutting edge research and innovation.

    We are very pleased to be working with the BBSRC and Norwich Research Park Partners to take forward this opportunity to translate our world-class science research into the ideas, products and processes that will drive both the local and national economy forward. It will help us address some of the grand challenges such as food security, the aging population and diminishing fuel reserves," he added. George Nobbs, Leader of Norfolk County Council and Cabinet Member for Economic Development, said : "Contributing to this strategically important programme will kick-start the opportunities to create world class businesses from the world class research at the Norwich Research Park - we simply cannot afford to pass up on this major opportunity" BBSRC is investing 860,000 in the project, a figure which will be match-funded by contributions from the University of East Anglia, the John Innes Centre, the Institute of Food Research, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, The Genome Analysis Centre and The Sainsbury Laboratory, alongside 40,000 from Norfolk County Council and 20,000 each from Norwich City Council, South Norfolk Council and the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.

    This funding will establish an integrated three year programme to fund projects across the Research Park, with preference for those that include cross-Park collaboration The scheme, initiated by UEA and managed by the Norwich Research Park, will help with prototype development, technical feasibility studies, commissioning market assessments, and strengthening the intellectual property position of their ideas. Steve Visscher, Deputy Chief Executive of BBSRC, said : "BBSRC is committed to enabling and supporting the achievement of the widest benefit to society and economy from the excellent bioscience research and capabilities in which we invest. "In addition to 26M for new infrastructure at the Park, BBSRC is also supporting, with Norwich Research Park Partners, researchers to take their science towards application. This funding will make the most of ideas arising from research across the Park and enable these to progress and deliver results that drive innovation and growth." The 26M project funded by BBSRC to kick-start the commercial development and expansion of the Norwich Research Park is currently underway.

    Research Park development over the next twenty years is hoped to create in the region of 5,000 new jobs and will make the Research Park more attractive to investors, businesses and a world-class workforce. ENDS About Norwich Research Park The Norwich Research Park is a partnership between the University of East Anglia, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, four independent world-renowned research institutes namely the John Innes Centre, Institute of Food Research and The Genome Analysis Centre (all strategically funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)) and The Sainsbury Laboratory linked to the Gatsby Charitable Foundation. The BBSRC is itself a partner as is the John Innes Foundation.

    The vision of the Norwich Research Park partners and local government stakeholders is to develop a thriving science and innovation business park over the next decade by supporting spin-out and start-up companies and through attracting inward investment from large corporate organisations involved in science and technology. The Norwich Research Park is home to around 30 science and IT based businesses. With over 11,000 people including 2,700 scientists, Norwich Research Park is Europe's leading centre for research in food, health and the environment.

    In 2011, the Government awarded BBSRC 26M to invest in Norwich Research Park to deliver innovation from the research base and generate economic growth and job creation. The investment will help to create and support new companies and jobs based on world-leading bioscience. For more information please visit: www.norwichresearchpark.com 1 .

    Contact BBSRC Media Office press.office@bbsrc.ac.uk 2 +44 1793 414694 About BBSRC BBSRC invests in world-class bioscience research and training on behalf of the UK public. Our aim is to further scientific knowledge, to promote economic growth, wealth and job creation and to improve quality of life in the UK and beyond. Funded by Government, and with an annual budget of around 500M (2012-2013), we support research and training in universities and strategically funded institutes.

    BBSRC research and the people we fund are helping society to meet major challenges, including food security, green energy and healthier, longer lives. Our investments underpin important UK economic sectors, such as farming, food, industrial biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. For more information about BBSRC, our science and our impact see: www.bbsrc.ac.uk 3 .

    For more information about BBSRC strategically funded institutes see: www.bbsrc.ac.uk/institutes 4 .

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  • 10-year-old boy missing from Norwich found safe NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH) Police have found the 10-year-old Norwich boy with autism who went missing on Monday. Police say the silver alert for Allen Mikey Ohanlon has been canceled after he was located uninjured Monday afternoon. Earlier, police released a silver alert where they described Ohanlon as being 4 6 tall and weighing 80 lbs, with green eyes and shaved red hair.

    Police also released a surveillance video where Ohanlon was last seen wearing a tan or grey hoodie, with dark sweatpants that have a white stripe down the side of the pant. Photo: Norwich Police Ohanlon was seen walking 1 to school from Rt.

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  • 101: Police non-emergency number Norfolk Constabulary is supporting a Home Office campaign reminding the public that they should call 101 if they need to contact their local police for non-emergency issues. More than three quarters of 999 calls received by the police are for non-emergencies, such as people reporting crimes that are no longer in progress (for example discovering that their home has been burgled or their vehicle has been stolen), or wanting to discuss anti-social behaviour in their local area.

    101 is an easy-to-remember number for the public to call the police, and is designed to reduce the number of non-emergency 999 calls. This allows the police to respond more quickly to genuine emergencies, such as when someone is in immediate danger, a crime is happening right now, or a suspect for a serious crime is nearby.

    Launched in 2012, 101 covers all police forces across the UK and has replaced individual forces local numbers.

    A call to 101 costs just 15 pence no matter how long your call is.

    Not only is this cheaper than some forces local numbers, the single rate for every call means you know exactly how much your call will cost.

  • 12 Connecticut police departments team up to fight heroin epidemic ... (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) NEW LONDON Law enforcement officials in southeastern Connecticut have teamed up to combat the recent spike in heroin overdoses. In just a week nearly 15 overdoses were reported in New London alone, and one person died. Police chiefs and leaders met this week to discuss programs to implement and ways to fight the drug problem.

    The participating departments include: Groton Town Police, Groton City Police, Norwich Police, Waterford Police, Ledyard Police, Mohegan Tribal Police, New London Police, Stonington Police, Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Police, Montville Police, East Lyme Police and the Connecticut State Police. Together with the Statewide Narcotics Task Force, New London County State s Attorney s Office and High Intensity Drug Trafficking Initiative, the departments are exploring opportunities to offer alternative treatments to victims, and also ways to enforce drug laws. Each department each department pledged additional personnel and resources to target the problem and increase enforcement.

    This problem is affecting all of our communities, and we are seeing people in all stages of life, across socio-economic lines suffering, and in some cases, dying from this addiction. As a group, the police chiefs in southeastern Connecticut recognizes that we are not dealing with a problem unique to each of our towns it is a regional problem and we are looking to work together to address this problem as a group, said Town of Groton Police Chief Louis J. Fusaro.

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  • 12 Hour Guide to Norwich, England By College Tourist 1 ; Author: Veronica White 2 , University of East Anglia Just two hours by train from London, Norwich has the sort of charm that can only be found in British towns, but with the excitement of a small city. Once the biggest city in England following London, Norwich is a city full of history - and full of medieval churches! One of the greatest things about Norwich is that it has the small city feeling and yet, because everything is so close together, there's no need to take public transport while you explore the centre - everything is within walking distance.

    If you're spending the day in Norwich, here are a few things that you can add to your itinerary: 10:00AM Breakfast at Harriets Cafe Tearoom What better way to start off your day in this medieval English town than with a traditional British breakfast? This adorable tearoom is situated along the main pedestrian street and offers a range of breakfast treats for you to try. For a true British breakfast experience, order a "Traditional Breakfast Grill," composed of eggs, bacon, baked beans, hash browns and toast.

    11:00AM Visit the Cathedral Just a 10-minute walk from Harriets Cafe Tearoom, you'll find the gorgeous Norwich Cathedral. Entrance to the whole site is free, and as you walk around the cloisters, you'll definitely feel like you've just stepped into Hogwarts. The stunning cathedral grounds feature a labyrinth which forms a continuous path to represent the Christian idea of a spiritual journey.

    If you've got a few minutes, take a walk around the labyrinth and reflect on life. The cloisters at Norwich Cathedral are the second biggest in the country 12:00PM Wander around downtown Norwich Norwich is known for its extensive shopping variety and is the only city in England other than London to have all of the major department stores! The adorable High Street has lots of winding alleyways branching off with many cute shops for you to discover.

    Stroll through Norwich Market - the largest open air market in the country - and window-shop at the cute boutiques in the gorgeous Royal Arcade. If you're into theatre productions, make a quick visit to the Norwich Theatre Royal and inquire about last minute tickets for the evening - sometimes there are seats as cheap as 8 to national touring productions! The pedestrian shopping street in Norwich is full of picturesque window-fronts 1:00PM Enjoy a traditional lunch at West Cornwall Pasty Co Also located on the main pedestrian shopping street, this British chain restaurant is a cheap and delicious place to stop for lunch.

    Choose from the many types of traditional Cornish pasties (all for under 6!) then people watch from their outdoor seats or relax upstairs in their vintage-themed seating area. Cornish pasties are D-shaped savoury pastries filled with variations of meat, vegetables and cheese. Similar to a chicken pot pie, these are the perfect hot - but affordable - lunch, especially when the weather is a little chilly outside!

    If you're spending more time in Norwich and are looking for other fun places to eat, make sure you don't miss eating at The Waffle House, a unique restaurant where everything is served on - you guessed it - waffles!

    2:00PM Visit The Forum After lunch, head over to the Norwich Forum, a huge modern building located at the far left corner of the market. Here, you can find the tourist information centre where you can learn more about local festivals, concerts and plays that are going on during your stay. In addition to hosting the tourist information office, The Forum is also home to the public library, a handful of places to eat and the BBC's Broadcasting Centre for the East of England.

    If you're considering visiting Norwich and are interested in touring the BBC Studio, try to plan your visit to coincide with the last Sunday of the month as this is when they run tours. Make sure you pre-book a tour online for a chance to see behind-the-scenes of the working TV and radio station. Even if it doesn't work out to do a tour, The Forum is still a worthwhile place to visit to appreciate the interesting architecture, grab a coffee or explore one of the many free exhibits throughout the year.

    3:00PM Shop in a converted church When walking around Norwich, it's difficult to go far without seeing a church - there are still 31 of them standing inside the historic city walls! An especially unique one is St Gregory's Church, which has been converted into an antique shop filled with an eclectic mix of clothing, jewellery, lamps, silverware, records and much more. Wander through the colourful alleyways filled with trinkets - you never know what kind of bargains you might find in this store set in such a unique building.

    4:00PM Discover historic Norwich on the Riverside Walk In the afternoon, follow the River Wensum around the outskirts of the historic city centre. This two-mile walk starts near the train station and takes you along the river, where you can discover some beautiful buildings such as the Pulls Ferry arch, which was built in the 15th century. Just off the path is one of the oldest pubs in Norwich, Adam and Eve, where men building the cathedral in the 13th century would drink on their breaks.

    Stop by this adorable pub, covered in flowers, and grab a pint of local ale or a warming cup of tea.

    6:00PM Dinner at Grosvenor Fish Bar Across the road from the converted church, this fish bar is one of the local's favourite spots for food in the area. Not only are the prices perfect for a student budget, but the atmosphere is warm, the staff are friendly and the food tastes wonderful. With a huge range of dishes - from the classic Fish 'n Chips (don't forget - in the UK "chips" are French Fries!) to more exciting fish tacos, burgers, and salads - if you like fish, you'll find something you'll love here.

    Although the Fish Bar looks small from upstairs, there is plenty of seating underground to escape to on a chilly British evening. If you're not into eating fish, try Donnelli's Pizzeria for fresh wood-fired pizzas.

    7:00PM Go on a Ghost Walk Starting at 7:30 just outside the Adam and Eve Pub, these two-hour ghost walks take place from April to November (days of the week vary depending on month). Discover a different, darker side of Norwich as you learn about the real-life stories of murder, disease and other tragic events that have graced the streets of Norwich.

    10:00PM Drinks at the Norwich Playhouse Bar In the 19th Century, Norwich boasted about having a pub for every day of the year and had more pubs per square mile than any other city in the country. Now, although many have closed down, there are still a wide range of pubs and bars that the locals make use of on a regular basis. Just a 15-minute walk from the market, the Norwich Playhouse Bar is a pub favoured by students and locals alike.

    With unique decorations and a lovely outdoor seating area, this pub is a great place to relax after your day out in Norwich.

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  • 13240 David Last: Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at Norwich ... Norwich University welcomes David Last, PhD, as a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Peace and War Center this semester. The program between Norwich University and the Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the US establishes a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at Norwich University to focus on research pertaining to military and diplomatic affairs. Last brings vast experience from having served in the Canadian army for 30 years, and teaching political science and war studies at the Royal Military College of Canada since 1999.

    He is an accomplished scholar with a focus on understanding what our future officers and security professionals will need if they are to be successful in an uncertain future. While at Norwich, Last plans to support two international initiatives that will involve both Norwich students and cadets from Canada s Royal Military College: an international seminar on non-violent conflict in Toronto, February 27-28, and an international field study of conflict perspectives in the Middle East in May. He will also be finishing a book for mid-career security professionals.

    This very prestigious recognition serves as testament to the outstanding abilities, of Dr. Last as a scholar. I humbly applaud him and thank him for all he does for our great university.

    Dr. Harry Kowal Principal Royal Military College of Canada *** MORE Last is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada (BA), Carleton University (MA), the London School of Economics (PhD), and the US Army Command and General Staff College (MMAS). He served in the Canadian army for 30 years, and has taught political science and war studies at the Royal Military College of Canada since 1999, including three years as registrar.

    He served in Germany during the Cold War, and his peacekeeping assignments included commanding Blue Beret Camp in Cyprus; Force Commander s staff in Croatia; and Civil Affairs in Bosnia, with field research on conflict management in the Balkans, West Africa and the Middle East. He has edited or co-edited six books and published more than 60 chapters and articles on peacekeeping, conflict, and higher education. Since 2009 his research has focused on conflict management, taking a global comparative perspective on security education.

    He is married to Dr. Desre Kramer of Toronto. We are very fortunate to have Dr.

    David Last join us this semester. He brings a wealth of academic and professional experience that will benefit the Norwich community at all levels, Peace and War Center Director Prof. Travis Morris said.

    During his time at Norwich, Dr. Last will give several presentations, meet with faculty and students, and explore collaborative endeavors between Norwich University and Canada s Royal Military College. Norwich University s Peace and War Center 1 advances scholarship and deliberation on warfare and its mitigation, processes, and conditions of peace.

    The Center s work emphasizes research and discussion on the precipitating factors and preconditions of war and peace. In order to understand the cycles of war and peace, it is critical to examine the role of culture and language, analyze the ideological roots of turmoil, and stability, and the evolving role of technology. The Center is designed to be a multi and interdisciplinary mix of international scholars and practitioners.

    Congratulations and tributes were flowing into the college from colleagues, former classmates and others with the announcement. Best summed up by the principal, Dr Harry Kowal: Congratulations David. This very prestigious recognition serves as testament to your outstanding abilities as a scholar.

    I humbly applaud you and thank you for all you do for our great university. All the best as you embrace this opportunity and well done. *** Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates traditional-age students and adults in a Corps of Cadets and as civilians. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in Baccalaureate and Graduate Degrees.

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  • 15 Arrested in Hartford Narcotics Bust HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) An undercover drug bust led to 15 arrests and the confiscation of large amounts of suspected PCP, marijuana, cocaine, and nearly $2,000 in cash. Hartford Police Department led an undercover operation near Mather Street, Brook Street, and Bedford Mall where they found 15 buyers and sellers of narcotics. The operation came after residents in the area complained of drug sales out in the open and several recent shootings leading to the arrest of 15 people.

    During the investigation, police found 47 bags of what is likely PCP, 37 bags of marijuana, 5 grams of crack cocaine, packing materials, and nearly $2,000 in cash.

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    Arrieta 20 gauge #2 Sidelock Shotgun (S/H) Licence: Shotgun, Barrel: 30 ", Stock: 15 " Origin: Spanish, Cased: Makers-Leather, Chamber: 2"3/4 Trigger: 2, Ejection: Yes, Serial #: 46-08 As New Condtion Price: 3,250 (S/H) @ US$5,068/ ' 4,442 This gun was for sale as of 16:07, 19 Sep 15

  • 157,000 people had details stolen in TalkTalk hack November 6th, 2015 at 6:35 pm - Author Matthew Wilson 1 With four people now in custody for their connection to the TalkTalk hack, we are starting to learn more and more about what actually happened. After a couple of weeks of speculation as to how much data was stolen, we now know that 157,000 customers of the ISP had their details stolen, with 15,600 full bank account numbers and sort codes taken, alongside personal data like email addresses, phone numbers and more. As far as obscured/encrypted information goes, the credit and debit card numbers of 28,000 customers were accessed.

    As far as personal information goes, names, addresses, dates of birth, telephone numbers and email addresses were taken, though passwords remain safe. Right now, three teenagers have been arrested and searched in connection with the attack, along with one 20 year old man. All four people were spread out across the UK and according to TalkTalk s own investigation, it believes these details were taken in order to start a larger scam, in order to trick customers in to handing over bank account data.

    Those on TalkTalk should be wary of any emails or phone calls for the next few weeks. Those who were affected by the attack should be contacted soon, though TalkTalk has yet to get around to everyone. KitGuru Says: This TalkTalk attack has been quite the story over the last couple of weeks.

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  • 157,000 people had details stolen in TalkTalk hack November 6th, 2015 at 6:35 pm - Author Matthew Wilson 1 With four people now in custody for their connection to the TalkTalk hack, we are starting to learn more and more about what actually happened. After a couple of weeks of speculation as to how much data was stolen, we now know that 157,000 customers of the ISP had their details stolen, with 15,600 full bank account numbers and sort codes taken, alongside personal data like email addresses, phone numbers and more. As far as obscured/encrypted information goes, the credit and debit card numbers of 28,000 customers were accessed.

    As far as personal information goes, names, addresses, dates of birth, telephone numbers and email addresses were taken, though passwords remain safe. Right now, three teenagers have been arrested and searched in connection with the attack, along with one 20 year old man. All four people were spread out across the UK and according to TalkTalk s own investigation, it believes these details were taken in order to start a larger scam, in order to trick customers in to handing over bank account data.

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    AYA 12 gauge #2 Sidelock Shotgun (S/H) Licence: Shotgun, Barrel: 26 ", Stock: 14 1/4 ", Chokes: 1/4 & 1/2 Origin: Spanish, Chamber: 2"3/4 Trigger: 2, Ejection: Yes, Serial #: 507508 AYA No2 in very good condition, case hardening all intact on metal parts. Blueing good, overall a good gun. Done little work and the action is tight.

    AVAILABLE NOW 999 Price: 999 (S/H) @ US$1,558/ ' 1,366 Click on images to view full size This gun was for sale as of 11:16, 19 Sep 15 www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk 1 Churchills Of Dereham - Churchills of Dereham 24 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk.

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    BSA .177 Ultramax SE VC Air Rifle Licence: No Licence Origin: English Trigger: 1, Serial #: USE770818-AB Price: 599 (New) @ US$918/ ' 808 This gun was for sale as of 10:05, 11 Oct 15 www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk 1 Churchills Of Dereham - Churchills of Dereham 24 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk.

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  • 1950s Sitting Room will Help Patients with Dementia A hospital day room has been completely transformed into a 1950s sitting room to help patients with dementia at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. A retro tv, clock, mirror, wireless, sideboard and other furniture from the era when Elvis and Cliff ruled the pop charts have taken the room back to a time that will help patients relax and reminisce. The 12,000 transformation was the idea of staff who have set about fundraising and been helped by a 10,000 donation from David Mackie from Norfolk s Ivy Child Trust.

    Welcoming Fifties style turquoise wallpaper that meets strict infection control guidelines is topped with a mock picture rail. Three birds fly on a wall in formation and a pin board shows Norfolk photos from the era, there is even an effect that looks like a real fire. The room also has books, football programmes, catalogues and leaflets from the era as well as games like draughts, dominoes the Beetle game and the Amazing Robot.

    1950s day room A DVD player means patients can watch old news reels and historic events from when Princess Elizabeth became Queen, Churchill was Prime Minister, James Dean died and Lego bricks were invented. Vintage cups and saucers for tea parties complete the look to help stimulate conversations with patients in their 80s and 90s. As most of the patients are in their nineties the hope is that those with dementia will feel that the room looks familiar and will help spark memories and conversations.

    It will also provide a relaxing place for relatives to talk to staff or patients. The project was supervised and designed by Hospital Art s Co-ordinator Emma Jarvis who said, We really wanted to create a 1950 s feel to the room but had to ensure it met all the correct regulations and was able to provide up to date facilities with the look of the 1950 s. I am so glad that all the hard work has paid off and that our patients will get joy from being in this dayroom .

    Deputy Sister Julie Payne who started the fundraising said For patients with dementia familiarity makes their stay better. The patients love it. It s the only room like it in the hospital and we re so proud of it.

    Louise Cook Fundraising Manager said, This is just one of a number of dementia projects which require charitable funding across the hospital.

    The more we can help fund projects which can support and provide a relaxed environment the better it is for our patients.

    We are incredibly grateful to our staff and all those who have fundraised for this project to take place

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  • 2 Norwich officers help make little girl's birthday special ... NORWICH, Conn.(WTNH) Two Norwich Police Officers helped to make a birthday very special for one family. Every day officers go on well-being checks, so this may have been a routine call, but what the officers did many say went above and beyond. Somebody had called asking us to check on the family make sure they were doing okay, said said Officer Christopher Hawrylik.

    Police officers Christopher Hawrylik and Elizabeth Harsley arrived at the same time to check on the Norwich mother. It was her daughter s birthday. She just seemed a little tired stressed out, said Officer Elizabeth Harsley.

    She was a single mom and that s a pretty tough job. I think it s just important to remember sometimes people need a little extra help, said Hawrylik. As soon as we closed the door he asked he goes You want to buy her a cake don t you?

    So we both kind of had the idea in our head, said Harsley. The officers went to Shop Rite and did just that. I met the two officers the other day when they were picking up the cake, said Arthur Nixon of Norwich.

    Nixon was impressed. I said I think that is fantastic, said Nixon. The officers are just there to help people and that s what they do and it just doesn t surprise me, but it s nice to hear on the news, said Malinda McDermott of Lisbon.

    That s the type of individuals we want out there working our streets because you do need to be compassionate, said Norwich Chief Louis J Fusaro, Sr. Both officers are reluctant to receive so much attention. As a community we re all in it together so we want to make sure like I said before everyone succeeds that s our goal, said Hawrylik.

    We wanted to make her happy, that s all, said Harsley. And they sure did. The also bought the girl a Toys R Us gift card.

    Just thinking about a little girl and wanted to make sure she had a good birthday, said Hawrylik. I know plenty of officers even here who keep $5 Dunkin Donuts cards in their pockets just so they can give them to homeless people if they need a bite to eat, said Harsley. So whether or not it gets on TV, you can be sure officers out here on the street are performing these not so random acts of kindness and compassion.

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    BSA .177 Ultra SE Air Rifle (New) £499 Licence: No Licence Origin: English Serial #: USE770778-AB BSA ULTRA - Ambidextrous Beech Stock -New lightweight 'fast strike' hammer system gives increased efficiency - Fully adjustable 2 stage trigger - New integrated pressure gauge - BSA's self-actuating magazine system - 2 YEAR MANUFACTURES WARRANTY Price: 499 (New) @ US$767/ ' 688 This gun was for sale as of 09:07, 09 Sep 15 www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk 1 Churchills Of Dereham - Churchills of Dereham 24 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk.

    NR19 1BX 2 ( View Map ) Tel: , Fax: Opening Hours : Monday 09:00 - 17:00 Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00 Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00 Thursday 09:00 - 17:00 Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Saturday 09:00 - 17:00 Sunday 09:00 - 17:00 Please mention guntrader.co.uk when contacting this seller References ^ www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk (www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk) ^ Click to open map in new window (maps.google.co.uk)

  • 20 Years of England Hurt: Euro '96 Two Decades On In the summer of 1996 football came home. We finally had a major tournament after 30 years of celebrating Sir Alf Ramsey s famous World Cup win. And now, we were going to lift the European Championships at Wembley, the true home of the beautiful game.

    Or at least that was the plan. It isn t an England tournament without a bit of hurt and a penalty shoot-out is it? In the Premier League Manchester United had marched to the Premier League title with a handful of English starlets and between England s strike force of Alan Shearer, Teddy Sheringham, Les Ferdinand, and Robbie Fowler had struck exactly 100 league goals between them.

    England were expected to be a force Their start got off to a less perfect start however. With over 76,000 packed into Wembley England kicked off their campaign with a draw against Switzerland, with Artur Jorge s men scoring a late penalty to get the Three Lions off to a faltering start. Off the field it was almost perfect however, the hooliganism which had cast a shadow over England s successful 1990 World Cup campaign was few and far between, with the tournament eventually being described as the model tournament by police in the country.

    The following game, again at Wembley got the side back on track in one of the most memorable games in tournament history. The opposition, the Auld Enemy Scotland. It took the introduction of Jamie Redknapp in the second half for the game to open up with a tense first half as the two rivals went at it and eventually the deadlock was broken when a Gary Neville cross was met by the head of Alan Shearer who wheeled off with his trademark celebration.

    The turning point came towards the 80 th minute however. After Tony Adams brought down Gordon Durie in the box, David Seaman became the hero, saving Gary McAllister s penalty and seconds later Paul Gascoigne pulled off one of the tournament s moments of magic. The goal summed up Gascoigne as the magician he is and his dentist s chair celebration was splashed over all the back pages the following day.

    By then Terry Venables men were full of confidence and went into the final group game against the Netherlands full of confidence. Keeping his scoring run going, Shearer backed a further two to put England out of sight, whilst Teddy Sheringham also got in on the party bagging a brace and sending the Dutch back to their base on the end of a 4-1 thrashing. The knockout stages saw a cagey affair with Spain, who had yet to develop their tika taka style.

    A 0-0 bore draw was followed by penalties, and memories of the World Cup six years previous when England were heartbreakingly knocked out in the Semi Final. Like in 1990, David Platt stepped up and converted alongside Shearer, Gascoigne, and Stuart Pearce, who showed an enormous sense of character to step up after 1990. His celebration has since become iconic, as though he was releasing the demons which had haunted him for six years.

    He had become Psycho once again. England were in a Semi Final for the second time in the space of a decade, and for the second time in the space of a decade their opposition was Germany. Unlike in 1990, England got off to the best possible start.

    Inside just three minutes Alan Shearer put England into the lead, sending the 75,862 crazy. It took little more than 10 minutes to be pegged back again, with Stefan Kuntz equalising. For the following 105 minutes chances couldn t be converted and it was to be a penalty shootout to send England into the final or crashing out.

    Shearer, goal. Platt, goal. Pearce, he wasn t going to make that mistake twice, goal.

    Gascoigne, Sheringham, both tuck their penalty neatly away. The Germans were their typical selves. Efficient.

    H ler, Strunz, Reuter, Ziege, and Kuntz all finished, meaning sudden death. Gareth Southgate was the first man to step up. The Aston Villa 1 centre half had played just four times for the Three Lions before the tournament and now the entire nation was on his shoulders.

    Others had shied away, succumbed to the pressure. But in front of 76,000, and millions watching on the television across the nation, Southgate s effort was saved and Andreas M ller emphatically finished to send Germany once again into the final. The Germans went on to win the tournament their last European Championship 2 win beating the Czech Republic 2-1 after Oliver Bierhoff scored a golden goal in extra time.

    Two decades on it is still painful for England fans, but with the likes of Harry Kane, Wayne Rooney, and Raheem Sterling in the ranks, can England put a haunted past behind them in the competition and fire their nation to glory in France?

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    BSA .177 R-10 Mk2 Super Carbine Air RifleBSA .177 R-10 Mk2 Super Carbine Pre-charged Pneumatic Air Rifle for sale.

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  • 200 days free of Ménière's symptoms and happy as a result of N&N ... Colin Breeze thought he had reached the end of the line when he was hit with the devastating vertigo-related condition, M ni re s disease last year. But thanks to the research team at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, his life has been turned around and today he celebrates 200 days free of symptoms! Mr Breeze (right) with the ENT Research team at the N&N Mr Phillips (Consultant ENT Surgeon, back), Kirsti Withington (Clinical Research Nurse) Mr Breeze, from Kings Lynn, Norfolk, was diagnosed with M ni re s disease about a year ago after suffering weekly bouts of such debilitating dizziness he would often be pinned to the floor, unable to move or stop himself from being sick.

    This could often go on for hours, leaving Mr Breeze bedridden for days with severe exhaustion. He says, If you d said to me here s a million pounds, get yourself up those stairs or even onto the settee, I couldn t have done it, it was absolutely impossible. It s the most debilitating thing I ve ever experienced in my life, the feeling was horrendous.

    Having been told that the condition is currently incurable, Mr Breeze, a Customer Services and Quality Assurance Manager with a local commercial refrigeration company, didn t know how he would be able to cope. He says, I thought, how am I going to carry on working? I could lose my job, my livelihood and all as a result of the condition .

    M ni re s disease is a rare disorder that affects the inner ear. It can cause vertigo, tinnitus, hearing loss, and a feeling of pressure deep inside the ear. People with M ni re s disease usually experience some or all of these symptoms during sudden attacks, which typically last around two to three hours, although it can take a day or two for the symptoms to disappear completely.

    In the UK, it s estimated that around one in 1,000 people have M ni re s disease and it most commonly affects people aged 20-60. The exact cause of M ni re s disease is unknown, but it s thought to be caused by a problem with pressure deep inside the ear. Treatments for M ni re s disease can usually help people with the condition control their symptoms.

    However, current treatments aren t able to cure the condition. A doctor at his local GP surgery suggested he go to see the Ear, Nose and Throat research team at the N&N to see if he would be eligible for a research trial being run there. By this time, Mr Breeze was feeling so low that he didn t hold out much hope of things turning around but went along to see Mr John Phillips, Consultant ENT Surgeon leading the OTO-104 study at the N&N.

    Mr Breeze says, I felt like at 60, as I was then, it was the end. I thought my life would just deteriorate from there on in and it was just the event of getting old, but I went to see Mr Phillips and he looked me in the eye and said, Colin, I m going to make you better and I believed he meant it. I was so relieved.

    After just two treatments, which involve having an injection of the OTO-104 drug in the affected ear, Mr Breeze no longer suffered from any dizziness or related sickness at all and this good health has continued now that the trial has concluded. Mr Breeze says, I can t tell you how pleased I am, it s better than winning the lottery! I m so grateful for what s happened.

    This research trial has changed my life. I have a chart which I fill out each day to show whether I ve had any symptoms and today s my 200 th happy day without any! Mr John Phillips acknowledges the impact of research and the importance of participants like Mr Breeze, saying The success of the OTO-104 treatment trials may profoundly increase our understanding of M ni re s disease but this success hinges on the willingness and courage of participants such as Mr Breeze, who we are extremely grateful to for getting involved .

    Mr Breeze is very humble about his part in helping to find better treatments for the future by taking part in research, saying, I m really grateful for what Mr Phillips and his team have done for me and any good that comes out of this, well, that s great! If it gives a bit of help to somebody down the line, then all well and good . As a result of the success of this UK phase of the trial, the research team will be embarking on a wider, international phase in the new year.

    If you have been diagnosed with M ni re s disease and would like to find out more about taking part in the next phase of the OTO-104 Meniere s Disease trial at the N&N, please call the research team there on 01603 646105 or email kirsti.withington@nnuh.nhs.uk 1 .

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  • 2015-16 Premier League table predictions Christopher Harris 2 days ago For the past 8 years, we ve asked you the reader to predict how you think the Premier League table will finish up at the end of the season. The challenge is that we ask you this before the season kicks off, and before the summer transfer window ends. It s an opportunity for you to share your expertise and guess how the table will end for the 2015/16 season.

    Post your top 20 in the comments section below. Before we dive into the predictions, I would like to mention that I believe this Premier League season will be the most competitive yet. In recent years we ve said goodbye to strugglers such as QPR, Hull City and Wigan Athletic, while the recently dour teams such as Sunderland and Aston Villa to name just a couple have been boosted by managers who prefer more of an attacking style of soccer.

    Having said that, there will be teams that will encounter a difficult season ahead namely West Ham United who made the inane choice of replacing Sam Allardyce 1 with Slaven Bilic 2 , and Leicester City who made the similarly poor choice of firing Nigel Pearson 3 and replacing a manager well-past his prime in Claudio Ranieri 4 . At the top end of the table, Chelsea will find this season a tougher test to win the title, but they ll use the January transfer window to buy the players they need to win the Premier League for the second year in a row. Manchester City, Liverpool and Spurs will face a rocky season with all three clubs finding it particularly tough against smaller clubs who have bought wisely in the summer transfer window such as Southampton, Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Swansea.

    Southampton, meanwhile, will be able to improve on last season s form and qualify for the UEFA Champions League. Everton, meanwhile, are in a free-fall, but will find a way to stay up. Predictions: 1.

    Chelsea 2. Arsenal 3. Manchester United 4.

    Southampton =============================================== 5. Manchester City 6. Crystal Palace 7.

    Liverpool 8. Tottenham Hotspur 9. Stoke City 10.

    Newcastle United 11. Swansea City 12. Aston Villa 13.

    West Bromwich Albion 14. Sunderland 15. Norwich City 16.

    Everton 17. Bournemouth =============================================== 18. West Ham United 19.

    Watford 20. Leicester City It s difficult to predict at this early stage of the season especially before the transfer window has ended and before a ball has been kicked, but it appears that many of the clubs have done their summer transfer shopping earlier than usual this summer, so take your best shot at predicting the final 20. And good luck.

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    BSA .177 GRT Lightning SE Air Rifle Licence: No Licence Origin: English Serial #: LGRT7-757271-15 NEW BSA LIGHTNING SE - GAS RAM VERSION - BEECH STOCK - SILENCER INCLUDED - AVAILABLE NOW 325 Price: 325 (New) @ US$495/ ' 445 This gun was for sale as of 09:32, 04 Sep 15 www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk 1 Churchills Of Dereham - Churchills of Dereham 24 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk.

    NR19 1BX 2 ( View Map ) Tel: , Fax: Opening Hours : Monday 09:00 - 17:00 Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00 Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00 Thursday 09:00 - 17:00 Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Saturday 09:00 - 17:00 Sunday 09:00 - 17:00 Please mention guntrader.co.uk when contacting this seller References ^ www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk (www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk) ^ Click to open map in new window (maps.google.co.uk)

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    Crosman .22 2250 Air Rifle (New) Licence: No Licence Serial #: 215802522 comes with riflescope.

    Price: 145 (New) @ US$226/ ' 198 This gun was for sale as of 09:26, 19 Sep 15 www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk 1 Churchills Of Dereham - Churchills of Dereham 24 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk.

    NR19 1BX 2 ( View Map ) Tel: , Fax: Opening Hours : Monday 09:00 - 17:00 Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00 Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00 Thursday 09:00 - 17:00 Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Saturday 09:00 - 17:00 Sunday 09:00 - 17:00 Please mention guntrader.co.uk when contacting this seller References ^ www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk (www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk) ^ Click to open map in new window (maps.google.co.uk)

  • 28th March 2011 RNIB Digital TV, Sensory Support and Buses ... Description: An Eye with a lightning bolt slashed across it with a banner overlaid on yellow sand spreading to the blue sea in bright sunshine. Minutes of General Meeting Held on 28th March 2011 at 2:30pm At Wherry Way Communal Room, Caister Road, Great Yarmouth Before the meeting began, the Group was informed that the NHS fruit and vegetable van was at Wherry Way every Monday from 1pm, and that members were invited to purchase fresh produce and eggs at very reasonable prices before meetings. David Wilkinson chaired the meeting, which was attended by 23 members and guests.

    Apologies had been received from Judy Morrow, Liz Price and John Kempster. Sarah Morris, Matron of the Ophthalmic Ward and JPH and Penny Leggett from Yare Care, had been expected to attend the meeting, but did not arrive. The minutes of the previous meeting were approved.

    There had been a meeting the previous week with police. Members were informed that once they had initial contact with the police over any matter, they would agree a password to facilitate further communication. Tim reported that he had experience of this system and that it had worked well.

    In response to a query from Linda, the Group were informed that individuals choose a password and inform the police what it is. It was suggested that the visit from the fire brigade be re-scheduled for a future meeting. Paul Bowerbank from the Sensory Support Unit expressed his thanks for the support of the group and individual members during the difficult past 6 months, during which the Unit was first threatened with closure and then had funding cut drastically.

    The campaigns, letters and petitions had made a significant difference to the outcome, and whilst the level of support was going to be severely affected by funding cutbacks, the Unit was still able to run a restricted support service for Visually Impaired, Blind and Deaf people. He explained that the County Council had a legal requirement to provide certain services, but non-statutory services would no longer be provided, and there would be staff redundancies. At present the Unit had 5,000 pieces of equipment on permanent loan, and between 12 14,000 people had in the past received new services, repairs and replacements from the Unit who would now have to make their own arrangements.

    The Unit would still give advice about where to obtain equipment. Paul was currently working on two options for the future of the Unit Option 1 ? that the Deaf Association might employ some staff to assess needs and sell equipment, and Option 2 ?

    that the current service provided to the Deaf/Blind be retained and reviewed after 12 months. Clients would eventually be responsible for managing their own personal budgets. There was no capacity to further increase the service provided.

    The budget for work with the deaf would not be verified until 5th April, but it had been proposed to retain a social worker for deaf people. Paul Bowerbank was qualified to carry out social work assessments and reassured members that critical needs will be met. With regard to the visual impairment side of the Sensory Support Unit, there were currently 5 full time rehabilitation officers, and it was hoped to retain 4 of them.

    One had already succeeded in finding alternative employment and would not be replaced. Although it was not definite, it was hoped that the Unit would retain one Social Worker and one Social Work Assistant. This would depend on the outcome of a meeting with the Assistant Director to discuss ways of making cutbacks in the region of 56,000.

    One duty worker post at the Sensory Support Unit had been cut, so it would not always be possible to contact the Unit directly. It was expected that in future all equipment other than mobility aids would have to be purchased by individuals, but Paul was willing to compile a list of people approved to carry out work adapting homes to meet the requirements of blind and visually impaired people. He would need to liaise with the NNAB about future replacement of existing replacement equipment, e.g.

    white canes with balls on the end, as these would no longer be automatically available. Penny Cox questioned whether there would in future be a longer wait for new clients to be assessed. At present there are two teams of social workers/ rehabilitation workers who receive referrals from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King?s Lynn, James Paget and the Norfolk & Norwich, who are responsible for ensuring that legal requirements are met and that advice was provided to clients about other sources of advice and support, but this level of support was not likely to continue.

    Liz Kitchener asked whether the Sensory Support Unit had a backlog of unused stock which the NNAB could take over, but Paul was unable to make any commitment at this stage about the disposal of equipment held by the Sensory Support Unit as this was the property of Norfolk County Council. As an employee of Norfolk County Council he was not at liberty to make decisions of that nature, nor had he followed up an approach from ITV to appear in a feature involving the Norfolk Coalition of Disabled People which Siobhan had also been contacted about. Paul was thanked for contributing to the meeting and updating members of the current situation with the Sensory Support Unit.

    David then welcomed Peter Atkin from the RNIB who had been invited to talk to the group about the changeover to Digital television. The changeover to Digital television in Norfolk would take place in two stages, on 9th and 23rd November, when all analogue reception would disappear. The change would mean a fairer deal in that everyone would have access to channels currently available only to those with a Freeview box or television with built-in Freeview, and there would be better quality reception, both in sound and picture quality, and better access to audio description.

    There are 4 different ways to go digital ? with existing equipment which is Sky satellite based, through a Freeview box, via Cable and via Freesat which is a BBC/ITV initiative similar to Sky but with no monthly payments, and restricted to 12 English channels. To qualify for access to the Helpscheme, it is necessary to meet one of the following criteria 1.

    be over 75 2. be in receipt of Attendance Allowance, DLA, Income Support or Pension Credits 3. be Registered blind or partially sighted.

    There was a 40 subsidy, and an engineer would check the aerial for digital signal, set up a Freeview box, and show how to use the handset. A customer helpline would be available 24/7 and work would be guaranteed for 18 months. Existing Sky, Cable and Freesat networks are already digital-ready, and existing Freeview boxes will need to be re-tuned.

    Peter then demonstrated the difference audio description made to a brief extract from an episode of Eastenders, which was very interesting and informative. He said that in the first week of any new film, Odeon cinemas included audio description, and that the RNIB was pushing for Museums, Art Galleries and major sporting venues to offer audio description. In answer to a question about digital radio, Peter said that it was the government rather than the BBC which was delaying a switchover, but it will take at least two years.

    The present quality of digital radio is very variable. Peter had brought copies of a helpful and well-produced booklet about the changeover to Digital TV in different formats for members to take away. Peter was thanked for his entertaining and informative talk.

    Chris Maule-Oatway from NNAB spoke about the unexpected and sudden introduction of further restrictions for use of senior citizen and disabled persons? bus passes, which were mainly reduced hours for travelling free of charge, and the withdrawal of free passes for sighted companions. The public consultation had not been well publicized and was undertaken mainly by phone calls and via the internet.

    Chris said that he had completed an emailed questionnaire as an individual pass holder, not as an NNAB representative. A Scrutiny Panel had been asked to look at the case for withdrawing the new restrictions to the times pass holders were allowed to use their passes, and Chris suggested that members write to local councillors and the MP to explain the hardship the restriction causes, and keeping any bus tickets purchased outside of the time the pass was valid. This was a cost-cutting exercise undertaken by Norfolk County Council, and only a relatively small number of blind people were involved, though the impact the change would make on them was potentially a big issue, for example in terms of getting to college on time, being able to undertake voluntary work and going to shops before they got busy.

    The new restrictions were not being enforced by all bus companies. David agreed to include a list of names councillors? names with the minutes.

    Chris was thanked for attending the meeting and keeping members informed. Ian Hardy encouraged members to sign up for one of the visits to Great Yarmouth Potteries with Liz or Wendy. Members should make their own way there.

    In terms of local government cutbacks, Ian said that Great Yarmouth Borough Council was revising its own management structure, and that cutting back of some services would be essential. He encouraged the VIP User Group members to keep themselves well informed, research well as they usually do, get hold of the facts and ask pertinent questions. The Group agreed to send an official letter to the Chief Executive of the Borough Council, and members were encouraged to make individual representations about ways in which cutbacks would affect them personally.

    Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act, people could expect to be dealt with respectfully and have their issues and concerns addressed sympathetically. Members had met with the MP about the King Street crossing hazard, and he may try to lobby to have it sorted out. Penny would invite Sarah Morris to the July meeting to feedback on developments since her previous visit to the group.

    Chris Stanley from the Lions Club would be bringing his ?silent? electric car for members to listen to. On 11th May there would be a demonstration in London about rights for people with disabilities which Penny encouraged members to take part in.

    Trains would be going from Norwich. The Craft Club was meeting each Friday, doing basket work, coffee morning at Hall Quay each 2nd Friday, Book Club at the Library on the last Friday of each month, and Sailing would begin on Tuesdays in May. The consultation at Christchurch about changes to DLA was attended by 86 people, and the VIP Group was well represented.

    The RNIB was launching a national campaign to remove cars and obstructions off pavements. Penny would keep the meeting informed about this. George raised a question about the possibility of a bus shelter being provided at Prince of Wales?

    Road at Caister. There was some confusion about who was responsible for provision of bus shelters, but it was suggested that he should contact a member of his Parish Council in the first instance. There had been no reply from the Council to letters about the provision of more pedestrian crossings in Gorleston.

    Concern was expressed about the lack of safe crossing places between Middleton Road and Bridge Road, and from Links Road to the seafront. Darren said he was concerned about the hazard of wheelie bins on pavements in Great Yarmouth, and wondered whether it would be possible to have them marked with yellow and black tape if it was impractical to remove them. The next meeting will be at 2pm on 23rd May 2011 at Wherry Way.

    The meeting closed at 4:30pm Appendix A Contact details for Norfolk County Councillors representing Great Yarmouth district Mr Michael Reginald Harry Carttiss Conservative Member of Norfolk County Council for West Flegg Division Parish or Urban areas within the Division: Ashby with Oby, Filby, Fleggburgh, Martham, Mautby, Repps with Bastwick, Rollesby, Stokesby, Thurne Melrose, Main Road, Filby Great Yarmouth Norfolk NR29 3HN Telephone (Home):01493 368238 Email: Not available Web: www.norfolk.gov.uk/michaelcarttiss 1 References ^ www.norfolk.gov.uk/michaelcarttiss (www.norfolk.gov.uk)

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  • 3 July Reepham, Norfolk - East Anglian Air Ambulance Anglia One was called to a medical incident at a fishing lake near Reepham early this morning.

    The crew of CCP Andy Downes and Drs Langelle and Smith were first on scene in a flight taking just four minutes.

    An EEAST road ambulance and car was on scene shortly after.

  • 3 killed, 8 wounded in shootings across norwich 3 KILLED, 8 WOUNDED IN SHOOTINGS ACROSS Three people were killed and at least 8 others have been wounded in shootings across . About 12:20 a.m. Isa Jackson, was sitting in parked Dodge with his girlfriend and somenoe sudennly opend a fire.

    Police said the victims didn t know each other and that has fuelled speculation that the shooter or shooters randomly targeted people.

    Regina Police Chief Troy Hagen said he s disturbed by the fact the two victims did not know each other Read more here

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    Gamo .22 Whisper X Air Rifle Licence: No Licence Origin: Spanish Serial #: 04-1C-097935-15 NEW GAMO WHISPER - UPTO 52% NOISE REDUCTION - FULL POWER - TWO STAGE TRIGGER - BLACK SYTHETIC STOCK - INCLUDES GAMO SCOPE FITTED - READY TO USE 199 Price: 199 (New) @ US$303/ ' 272 This gun was for sale as of 09:32, 04 Sep 15 www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk 1 Churchills Of Dereham - Churchills of Dereham 24 Norwich Street, Dereham, Norfolk.

    NR19 1BX 2 ( View Map ) Tel: , Fax: Opening Hours : Monday 09:00 - 17:00 Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00 Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00 Thursday 09:00 - 17:00 Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Saturday 09:00 - 17:00 Sunday 09:00 - 17:00 Please mention guntrader.co.uk when contacting this seller References ^ www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk (www.churchillsofdereham.co.uk) ^ Click to open map in new window (maps.google.co.uk)

  • 30 jobs created in firm's move to Beacon Park Gorleston Trevor Wainwright, leader of Great Yarmouth Borough Council Picture: James Bass Stephen Pullinger 1 Friday, December 13, 2013 12:32 PM More than 30 jobs have been created by the expansion of a global energy firm on to Beacon Park, Gorleston. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in. US-based Hydra Rig, which makes nitrogen converters and coiled tubing units for the oil and gas industry, has invested about 3.5m dollars into new 30,000sq ft premises on the park which is part of the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft (New Anglia) Enterprise Zone.

    General manager Chris Aulert said: Since arriving in Yarmouth 13 years ago we have steadily expanded on to four sites employing nearly 140 people; we found ourselves needing more space and initially the only available space we could find was in Norwich. He confessed it had taken considerable bargaining to be accepted on the park because his company was more heavy industry than most of the site s white collar tenants. However, he stressed they had faced stiff competition for the premises and said there was considerable potential to house other companies like theirs on Beacon Park because of the lack of suitable modern sites elsewhere around Yarmouth.

    Mr Aulert said if they had not found a site in the town they would have been faced with moving their whole operation to Norwich. That would have presented a real problem, logistically, financially, and for our workforce, who mostly live in the Yarmouth area. Keeping our entire operation in one area is vital for continuity, communication and streamlined logistics, and the advantages of being in the enterprise zone are considerable, he said.

    One of the benefits of being located there is simplified planning, which suits Hydra Rig s plans for the future. He said: Further expansion is very likely for us, and the 2.5 acre Beacon Park site already has planning permission for an additional 16,000sq ft extension, so simplified planning will help to ensure that we can grow quickly without encountering too much red tape that could be the difference between winning or losing major contracts. Another advantage of our situation here is reduced business rates.

    We will be saving in the region of 190,000 over the next five years because of this, which is substantial, especially in a recession when every penny counts. Trevor Wainwright, leader of Yarmouth Borough Council, said: This is incredibly good news for Hydra Rig, their employees and for the borough. This decision shows that Yarmouth has a lot to offer energy companies looking to expand or relocate.

    By staying in Yarmouth and choosing to move to Beacon Park, Hydra Rig is able to keep all its staff and operation in the town.

    3 comments The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site References ^ Stephen Pullinger (www.eveningnews24.co.uk)

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    Arrieta 20 gauge #2 Sidelock Shotgun (S/H) Licence: Shotgun, Barrel: 30 ", Stock: 15 " Origin: Spanish, Cased: Makers-Leather, Chamber: 2"3/4 Trigger: 2, Ejection: Yes, Serial #: 46-08 As New Condtion.

    No 2 of 2 Price: 3,250 (S/H) @ US$4,948/ ' 4,429 Click on images to view full size This gun was for sale as of 11:54, 24 Sep 15

  • 305 County Route 31, Norwich, NY Home Information Price: Address: 305 County Route 31 Type: Sale City: Norwich Bedrooms: 3+ State: NY Bathrooms: 1 Country: Chenango Size: 480 Sq. Ft. Postal Code: 13815 Times viewed: 5,074 views Contact Lister 1 Property Description Buildings Cabin 1- 12 16 and 8 16 screened in porch.

    Built in 1996 on piers.

    3 insulated walls. Kitchen, eat-in area and tiled 3 5 bath/shower with corner sink.

    12 gal electric hot water heater.

    100 amp service.

    24 Refrigerator, 24 gas range. Hook up for washer dryer.

    New kitchen faucet 2014. Hydronic electric heat and small woodstove. Cabin 2- 12 20 bedroom or living room.

    Large built in closets. Cathedral style ceiling. Built on concrete slab.

    3 insulated walls. Vented propane wall heater /fan. Cabin 3- 12 12 two story suitable for bedrooms or office.

    Block and cement foundation.

    3 insulated walls. Vented propane wall heater w/fan. Outside steps to second story.

    Second story built in 2010. Storage shed- 8 8 built in 2010 Well, Septic and drywell Well is 200 deep. Pump is set at 150 .

    New pump Sept.

    2014. Water tested negative for E.coli Sept.

    2015. Septic original to property.

    500? Gallon metal tank with leach area. Last pumped April 2007.

    Passed dye test Sept.

    2015. Drywell services wash water. Handmade Sept.

    2014. Additional Features Land & Taxes Lot size is 110 frontage, 125 deep and 130 wide in back. Trees border property, crushed stone driveway and many flowers.

    Tax ID: 111-1-34 Town of North Norwich Town tax 2015: $618. North Norwich School tax 2016: $832. Norwich Assessed value: $25,000 Full Market Value: $41,322 Purchase options: 1.

    Cash offers accepted.

    2. Willing to hold mortgage with $10k down at 7% interest for 10yrs.

    3. Rent to own with $3,500 nonrefundable option consideration, $700 per month Rent. $700 security deposit.

    with 5yr. agreement. Note: $3,500 comes off purchase Price along with $500 per month rent.

    Signed agreements and application required for all options.

    Terms and purchase price negotiable.

    Property Map Location : 305 County Route 31,Norwich,NY,Chenango,13815 References ^ Contact Lister (tinyhouselistings.com)

  • 360 Business Networking comes to Watton The Breckland View Connecting Communities 360 Business Networking have announced that following the successful launch last year in Dereham the group is now coming to Watton, and are inviting local business to the first meeting on 9th September the Broom Hall Country Hotel, we will meet at 7:15 and be finished by 9am.

    Subsequently we will meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, dovetailing nicely with the 1st and 3rd Fridays when the Dereham branch meet

  • 3rd Suspect In Home Invasion Arrested ⋆ Hudson Valley News ... Posted on: January 17, 2016. Lonnie T. Taylor ELLENVILLE The third suspect wanted in connection with a Jan.

    7 home invasion and robbery in which two adults and three children were bound and held at gunpoint was taken into custody on Sunday, according to authorities. Ellenville Police Chief Philip Mattracion said the suspect, Lonnie T. Taylor, 34, of 9 Park St., Ellenville, was found hiding out in an apartment in Norwich, N.Y. .

    Ellenville police, in conjunction with the U.S. Marshal s Office in the Northern District and the city of Norwich police, executed a search warrant at 37 N. Broad St.

    at about 11 a.m. and found him there with a female acquaintance, Mattracion said. Mattracion said Taylor surrendered without incident.

    He was taken before a Norwich city judge and then transferred back to the custody of Ellenville police, who brought him back to Ellenville at about 7 p.m. Taylor was charged with burglary, robbery, criminal use of a firearm, six counts of unlawful imprisonment and criminal possession of a weapon, all felonies; and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor. On Wednesday, police arrested two others, Nickolas Torres, 22, of 44 Tuthill Ave., Ellenville, and Davonte L.

    Jones, 19, of 121 Sheehan Court, Apt.

    121, Kingston and charged each with robbery, burglary, criminal use of a firearm, unlawful imprisonment and conspiracy, all felonies; and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor. Police said the armed men broke into 15 Backman Ave. in Ellenville on Jan.

    7 and confronted an adult male and female at the residence, along with four children, ages 2, 7, 9 and 11. Mattracion said the three suspects pistol-whipped and assaulted the male, bound him and placed him on the floor of the bedroom. The woman also was bound and placed in a separate room, according to the chief.

    Three of the four children additionally were tied up and their mouths bound with duct tape. They were placed in a back bedroom, where they were held at gunpoint, Mattricion said. The woman was babysitting all four children, who live next door to where the home invasion occurred, he said.

    Last week, Mattricion said that Taylor was believed to be the ringleader in the incident. Once Torres and Jones were taken into custody, the manhunt continued for Taylor, who also goes by the names of Nailon and Rue. Ellenville police released a wanted poster and flooded social media with his picture.

    I said we would not stop until we found him, and we did, the chief said on Sunday night. We used every resource at our disposal to do that. Following his arraignment, Taylor was sent to the Ulster County Jail on $100,000 cash bail or $200,000 bond.

    Torres also is being held on $100,000 cash bail or $200,000 bond. Jones bail was set at $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond. Related articles on HVNN.com Tags: burglary , charge , Ellenville , felony , home , imprisonment , invasion , Lonnie T.

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  • 3sun Group Scoops Two Prestigious Awards 3sun Group, specialist provider of products and services to the global energy industry, has won the Best Skills Initiative Award and the Scottish Power Renewables Offshore Wind Award at this year s EEEGR Awards . The awards celebrate the best of the East of England s energy industry, honouring the achievements and developments of companies over the past 12 months. Winners were announced at an awards ceremony on 16 July at Norwich City Football Club.

    Commenting on the Group s success, Graham Hacon, CEO, said: We are extremely proud to have won two categories at this year s EEEGR Awards and especially delighted to have been recognised for our commitment to young people within the industry. A double award win is a fantastic achievement and testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team. The Best Skills Initiative Award recognises a scheme that demonstrates a skills initiative to aid and enhance the development of individuals within an organisation in the energy sector, and was awarded to 3sun Group in recognition of its Pre-Apprenticeship programme.

    Andy Holyland, training and resource manager for 3sun Group, said: Nurturing the next generation of industry talent is of significant importance to the company and key to overcoming the current skills gap. Many apprenticeship programmes are long and inflexible, ultimately failing to address youth unemployment. Our Pre-Apprenticeship Scheme, in partnership with Great Yarmouth College, addresses the balance between practical, theoretical and work-based learning, enabling young people to make informed decisions on their future careers whilst also helping to remedy the current skills shortage in the industry.

    The Scottish Power Renewables Offshore Wind Award recognises the company that has made the most significant contribution to offshore wind in the East Anglian Region, and awards the winner 1000 to donate to a local charity of choice. Since its inception in 2007, 3sun Group has grown rapidly to now employ over 300 people across seven divisions, and has earned a global reputation for resolving some of the key energy engineering challenges facing the energy sector. Its recent acquisition of AID Industrial marked a successful first quarter of the year for the Group, following major contract wins, a 10million investment from the Business Growth Fund and a Top 20 position on The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table.

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  • 3sun Wins Best Skills Initiative, SPR Offshore Wind Awards ... 3sun Group has won the Best Skills Initiative Award and the Scottish Power Renewables (SPR) Offshore Wind Award at this year s EEEGR Awards. The awards celebrate the best of the East of England s energy industry, honouring the achievements and developments of companies over the past 12 months. Winners were announced at an awards ceremony on 16 July at Norwich City Football Club.

    Graham Hacon, CEO , said: We are extremely proud to have won two categories at this year s EEEGR Awards and especially delighted to have been recognised for our commitment to young people within the industry. A double award win is a fantastic achievement and testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team. Andy Holyland accepting the Best Skills Initiative Award The Best Skills Initiative Award recognises a scheme that demonstrates a skills initiative to aid and enhance the development of individuals within an organisation in the energy sector, and was awarded to 3sun Group in recognition of its Pre-Apprenticeship programme.

    Andy Holyland, training and resource manager for 3sun Group , said: Nurturing the next generation of industry talent is of significant importance to the company and key to overcoming the current skills gap. Many apprenticeship programmes are long and inflexible, ultimately failing to address youth unemployment. Our Pre-Apprenticeship Scheme, in partnership with Great Yarmouth College, addresses the balance between practical, theoretical and work-based learning, enabling young people to make informed decisions on their future careers whilst also helping to remedy the current skills shortage in the industry.

    The Scottish Power Renewables Offshore Wind Award recognises the company that has made the most significant contribution to offshore wind in the East Anglian Region, and awards the winner 1000 to donate to a local charity of choice.

    Since its inception in 2007, 3sun Group has grown rapidly to now employ over 300 people across seven divisions, and has earned a global reputation for resolving some of the key energy engineering challenges facing the energy sector.

    Its recent acquisition of AID Industrial marked a successful first quarter of the year for the Group, following major contract wins, a 10million investment from the Business Growth Fund and a Top 20 position on The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 league table.

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  • 4 arrested following New London shooting investigation NEW LONDON, Conn. (WTNH) New London Police have arrested four men after serving search warrants for a November shooting investigation. On Thursday, New London police, along with the Connecticut State Police Statewide Narcotics Task Force, served search warrants at 48 Crystal Avenue at apartments A41 and A78. The search warrants stemmed from an investigation into a shooting that happened at 48 Crystal Ave.

    on November 29. Photo provided by the New London Police Dept. Police say multiple shots were fired during the November incident and that night, police recovered a AK-47 style rifle.

    When police served the warrants on Thursday, they found more evidence from the shooting, as well as narcotics evidence. On site, police arrested two people, 24-year-old Nehamiah Carrol of New London and 25-year-old Jeffery Saunders of N.Y. Police also served two arrest warrants as a result of the investigation and arrested 27-year-old Rashon A.

    Saunders of New London and 27-year-old Andre N. Cluff of New London. Carrol was hit with a laundry list of narcotics charges including possession of drug paraphernalia, operating a drug factory, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, and possession of a hallucinogen.

    Jeffery Saunders is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a drug factory. Rashon Saunders and Cluff were both hit with firearm charges including unlawful discharge of a firearm, criminal attempt at assault and reckless endangerment. Police say the investigation is ongoing.

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    BSA .177 R-10 Mk2 Super Carbine Air Rifle Licence: No Licence Origin: English Serial #: R770925-AB BSA R-10 MK2 Super Carbine .177 Walnut Stock Price: 699 (New) @ US$1,091/ ' 998 This gun was for sale as of 09:14, 31 Jul 15

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    Weihrauch .22 HW 35 Air Rifle (S/H) Licence: No Licence, Scope: Unknown 4X32 Origin: German Serial #: 661559 Good clean HW35. Comes with 4x32 scope. Chronographed at FULL 12FT/LBS power.

    Price: 199 (S/H) @ US$311/ ' 284 Click on images to view full size This gun was for sale as of 16:09, 31 Jul 15

  • 49ers/Vikings Fans Brawl — Security Guard to the Rescue …Hero to ... Security Guard to the Rescue Hero to Be Honored 9/15/2015 12:30 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF Exclusive Details A pack of vicious and cowardly 49ers fans bashed in a Vikings fan s face during a chaotic melee outside the Monday night game, and if not for one brave security guard the Vikes fan might be dead. The video of the brawl is heinous the Vikings fan is already down on the ground outside Levi Stadium when the Niners backers continue unloading on him kicking and punching him in the head and body. It s brutal.

    But you also see the guard run into the middle of the fray even though he s way undersized and scramble around the victim. He eventually succeeded in breaking up the fight. Honchos at the security company tell TMZ Sports their staffer, who was Johnny-on-the-spot, is one of their star employees so they re not shocked he stepped up.

    They also say they re planning to honor his heroism.

    As for the parking lot attackers Santa Clara PD says they re still trying to ID the suspects, based on the video and witnesses.

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  • 5 Family Tickets East Anglian Game & Country Fair The 2015 East Anglian Game & Country Fair will take place on Saturday the 25 th & Sunday the 26 th April, at The Norfolk Showground, Norwich. Iceni Post has teamed up with the East Anglian Game & Country Fair to provide you with the chance to win one of five family tickets. The Five entries drawn out of the hat were from: Beccles x 2, Kings Lynn, Stowmarket, & Great Yarmouth Entry closing date was 31st March 2015 But you still have time to Save Money by Booking in Advance!

    Advance Discounted Ticket Prices Adult 13.00 Children 5-16 Years 5.00 Family (2 Adults & 3 Children 5-16yrs) 36.00 Under 5 s Free A 2 booking fee applies per transaction. (Closing date for advance discounted tickets 20/04/15) If you would like to speak to one of our team about tickets, camping or membership please feel free to call us on 01263 735 828 or email info@ukgamefair.co.uk 1 The East Anglian Game & Country Fair is an annual two day, family event set in glorious parkland at the Norfolk Showground, Norwich. We welcome world class events and attractions to the Norfolk Showground each year. Whether it s watching the main arena or countryside arena displays, seeing the forestry village with cutting and pole climbing competitions, joining in with your dog at the K9 Aqua Dog pool, shopping at the 300 tradestands or relaxing with a glass of bubbly at the members enclosure.

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  • 5 uses for hessian this Christmas Decorating for Christmas? If craft and lifestyle websites like Pinterest 1 and Etsy are anything to go by, then there s only one material to use hessian 2 . Also known as jute or burlap, here are five ways our off-the-shelf cut hessian 3 and hessian sacks 4 can help you to deck the halls Hessian is a festive favourite in stylish homes this year 1.

    Christmas tree skirts If you have an artificial Christmas tree, chances are it doesn t look too beautiful with its metal or plastic base uncovered. A length of cut hessian is a quick and easy solution. Either artistically draped around the base, or cut and hemmed into a skirt (use online instructions like these 5 if you need guidance), it can cover the ugly legs.

    The open weave of the fabric means it s also easy to decorate or embellish.

    2. Keeping mud off the carpet If you do have a real tree, not only will you have to contend with needles on the carpet, but also the mess when you bring it into the house. A clean hessian sack 6 or a length of cut hessian is perfect for keeping grubby planters off your carpet, and tied with a ribbon can look very festive.

    3. Setting a decorating theme If you re organised enough to have a theme for your Christmas decorations, you might want to add the traditional touch of hessian sacks or material to your decor it s a popular fabric in the shops this Christmas, especially for Scandinavian or Victorian schemes.

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    The open weave means that they can be embroidered, painted or printed on, and have embellishments stitched or glued to the durable fabric. All you ll need is a bundle of sacks, glue, and anything from wool to ribbon to battery-operated fairy lights to create a unique gift bag for a proud family member. Of course if you d rather skip the glue and glitter and general mess 5.

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  • 50 Christmas Trees in a Church, Dickleburgh – The Winners 2015 ... Annie Chapman with the Ladies Tractor Road Run tree The 12th annual 50 Christmas Trees in a Church at All Saints Dickleburgh, drew to a close on Sunday, December 6, with the prize-giving for the 23 most popular trees voted by visitors to the festival. Ladies Tractor Road Run (for Cancer Research UK s breast cancer appeal) was the winner in the adult category for their tree decorated with tiny pink bras. Susan Whymark Funeral Service came second with an amazing dress tree and Culrose Residential Care Home were third with their gingerbread themed tree.

    1st Dickleburgh Rainbows, with Harleston District Girl Guiding s plastic bottle tree.

    1st Dickleburgh Rainbows, who combined with Harleston District Girl Guiding, won the children s category with their fabulous plastic bottle tree, displaying Christmas messages of hope. Harleston CE VA Primary School came second with their Hands of Hope tree and Burston Community Primary School was third with their gingerbread house tree. The Nick Arnull Plate, for the most innovative tree, was shared by Susan Whymark Funeral Service and 1st Dickleburgh Rainbows with Harleston District Girl Guiding.

    The Christmas Tree festival has raised 2,000 for EACH (East Anglia s Children s Hospices) and a donation will also be made to Norfolk & Norwich Hospital Oncology Department, with residual funds being retained by the Benefice of Dickleburgh and the Pulhams. Rowena Roskelly, one of the festival s organisers, said: We have had an excellent week. I would particularly like to thank all the volunteers who helped set up the church and look after visitors throughout the Christmas Tree festival.

    Thanks also go the local organisations and businesses who contributed such a superb collection of decorated trees; many congratulations to all the winners. This has been the last 50 Christmas Trees in a Church at Dickleburgh, although some of the volunteers are thinking about running something different in the church during Advent 2016. For more information about 50 Christmas Trees in a Church , including the full list of winners, see www.50christmastrees.com 1 .

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  • 50 Past Players From The Walks Number 49 Danny Bloomfield Born 28/07/82, as a youngster he had trials with both Luton Town and Colchester United before joining Felixstowe and Walton United. When 18 years old the striker came on as substitute and scored in Norwich City Reserves 4-0 victory over Gillingham on 14th December 2000. He signed for Norwich City in January 2001 on a contract to last until the end of the season.

    He was offered a one year full-time contract on 10th May 2001. After the start of the 2001/02 season he joined Kings Lynn on a months loan in November 2001 and scored on his debut against Grantham. His stay was extended into December before it was decided he would return to Norwich and go out on loan to another Football League side.

    He played again for Norwich Reserves but in March 2002 he was released. He had trial games for Cambridge United, Southend United and Bournemouth and was invited back for pre-season training at the start of the 2002/03 season. He did however start pre-season with Cambridge United before going to train with Bournemouth, then returning to East Anglia to play for Cambridge City against Cambridge United.

    He signed a one year rolling contract with Bournemouth in August 2002. He went on loan to Cambridge City in mid October 2002 and signed permanently for them in November 2002 and stayed until the end of the 2003/04 season. He rejoined King s Lynn on May 16th 2004 signing a two year deal with the then Dr Martens Eastern Division champions.

    There were rumours of a move on a number of occasions until on 2nd January 2006, he was finalising a transfer to Histon for an undisclosed five figure fee believed to be over 5000. This transfer was completed on 2nd February 2006 He transferred to Wivenhoe for a five figure sum in December 2006. He managed to score just once in twelve appearances for Wivenhoe before he returned to King s Lynn in a surprise transfer at the beginning of March 2007 on a two year deal with the Linnets.

    After helping Lynn to the Southern League title, Danny found it hard to break into the Lynn team competing in the Conference South during 2008/9 and on 28th November 2008, he parted company with Lynn by mutual consent and signed for Cambridge City. On 5th March 2009 he left and signed for AFC until the end of the 2009/10 season. Bloomers stayed with the club until 25th January 2010 when he was released and joined Lowestoft Town on a two year contract.

    He played for The Trawlermen against AFC on 16th November 2010. On 23rd December 2010 he was released by mutual consent and signed for Wroxham. On 19th July 2011 he was playing for Needham Market and on 20th he was announced by them as having signed for the 2011/12 season.

    He played throughout the season and on 31st May the club stated he would be remaining for the 2012/13 season. On 16th October 2012 he was announced as becoming player/coach with The Marketmen . Needham announced on 22nd January 2013 that he wanted to prolong his playing career and put coaching on hold, and that a deal had been for him to join Hadleigh United.

    During the last week of March 2013 he left Hadleigh and returned to Needham to coach the academy and playing with them in the club s reserve side. On 25th September 2013 he came on as a substitute in an FA Cup tie for the Bloomfields club. He was still playing with Needham Reserves in April 2014.

    On 25th May 2014 he had left and gone back to his original club Felixstowe and Walton United as Assistant First Team manager, but also with the intention of continuing his playing career. This lasted until 6th February 2015 when he resigned the position. He had suffered a knee injury and had not played as much as he wanted to and wanted to get fit and also concentrate on his business interests.

    However on 24th February he had re-joined AFC to bring some experience to the club s Res/U21 s side. The then Linnets Director of Football Kevin Boon added He has been our number one target for the last six months and we have worked our socks off to get him here. He is quality and it s a massive coup for the club.

    This signing demonstrates we are serious about a crack at the title. Danny undoubtedly could play at a higher level but hopefully that will be with us. . Danny s fond memories of his loan spell at Lynn in 2001/2 was a major factor.

    Danny commented Ever since leaving really I have looked for an opportunity to come back. Once I knew of Lynn s interest that was it. The club is going places, I don t want to be at this level for long and they feel the same way.

    Danny made a fine start to his Linnets career scoring a hat-trick against Team Bath on the opening day of the Southern League 2004/5 season

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  • 6 women arrested in Norwich prostitution sting By Tina Detelj, WTNH Reporter Published: September 25, 2014, 5:43 pm Updated: September 25, 2014, 7:06 pm NORWICH, Conn. (WTNH) Norwich police arrested six women for prostitution in an undercover, on-line sting operation. Often times in undercover operations officers simply go on websites like Craigslist and backpage and answer ads placed by alleged prostitutes. Once a price is given and the person shows up for the sex act, police make the arrest.

    Norwich police are not disclosing where Wednesday s arrests were made but the women came from as far away as Willimantic, Rhode Island, New London, and New York. Two of the women are sisters. Police are hoping these arrests encourage all the women to find a legal line of work.

    Police plan on continuing the undercover operation and making more arrests.

    Below are the mug shots of the women arrested: Crystal Choquette and Jamilee Jones Shannon Bialowas and Ashley Serrano Jennifer Hall and YuleYsi Corcino Like this: Like Loading...

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