August 30 2015 Latest news:

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Five-year-old Stanley Stone flies past one of the Red Arrows at Norwich Airport. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

In Pictures: Red Arrows return to Norwich’s skies

Just days after one of the UK’s worst air show disasters occurred in Shoreham, the Red Arrows took to the skies above Norfolk.

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The Red Arrows arrive at Norwich Airport to prepare for the Clacton Airshow. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Red Arrows and a Vulcan - double joy for aviation fans in East Anglia today

The Red Arrows are staying in Norwich, while the Vulcan XH558 bomber flew over RAF Lakenheath today.

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Avro Vulcan XH558 to flyover RAF Lakenheath. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Vulcan bomber to fly over RAF Lakenheath

Just two months after it took what was billed as its final flight over East Anglia’s skies, a Vulcan bomber is set to soar over Suffolk.

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Kirstie Heads with fiance John Parr shortly after he proposed to her at a Zumbathon.

Dereham man monkeys around to pop the question

It is always nerve-wracking to get down on one knee and pop the question – but even worse when you do it in a room full of people and dressed as a gorilla.

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Tom Windibank, a senior aircraftman at RAF Marham, is completing a 170-mile sponsored walk for East Anglia’'s Children’s' Hospices. Picture: Supplied

Senior aircraftman from RAF Marham nears the end of his charity walk for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

A senior aircraftman at RAF Marham has had to contend with a stolen bag and getting stopped by the police on his 170-mile sponsored walk for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

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