A car mechanic has finally hung up his tools after spending 50 years repairing vehicles. Keith Evans spent his last day in the car repair trade at the East Bilney Coachworks’ paint and body centre in Great Yarmouth. Since July 1967 he has worked for a succession of car repair firms that ended up finally being owned by the family firm whose depot is in Fenner Road and specialises in crash repairs.
Ed Balls, the former shadow chancellor and current Norwich City chairman, has been enlisted by ITV to become a general election night pundit. ITV News have announced Mr Balls, also known for Strictly Come Danding, will join George Osborne, editor of The Evening Standard, former Chancellor and Conservative MP, to offer political analysts throughout ITV’s election night coverage on June 8.
The Gorleston woman who died in a motorcycle crash with her husband was a manager at the James Paget University Hospital and had worked there for more than 25 years. Sharon Cooper, 56, and John Copper, 58 died when their Harley Davidson motorbike was in collision with a Landrover Freelander in Scotland on Sunday. Mrs Cooper joined the James Paget University Hospital in January 1991, as a part-time catering assistant.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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