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Winds of up to 50mph are expected across East Anglia later today as Storm Clodagh crashes into Britain’s coastline from the Atlantic.

Police negotiators are at an incident in Argyle Street, Norwich. Photo: Antony Kelly.

Police units are currently at the scene of an incident in Argyle Street in Norwich.

They were called to reports of the collision on Thorpe Road shortly after midday.

Graham Joel has been volunteering for the coastguard for 30 years. Picture: Supplied

A station officer at the Gorleston Coastguard Station has been awarded a clasp to add to his long service medal after completing 30 years of voluntary service.

Hungarian Vizslas on West Runton beach. Saffi is on the left hand side and Lolli is next to her in a purple collar. Picture by Louise O'Shea.

They are described as a man’s (and woman’s) best friend offering companionship and understanding and sticking by you through thick and thin.

Gorleston man Anthony Frost meets paramedics Paul Rampley, Rachel Bell and Hayley Stevenson who saved his life

After a 27-year-long engagement, a Gorleston man is finally making plans to drive his fiancée to Gretna Green in a refurbished camper van to tie the knot, spurred on by a lucky escape.

East Anglian Air Ambulance called to an incident in Gayton Thorpe this morning. A man, believed to be in his 40s, was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a serious condition.

A man is now being treated for serious head injuries at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn following a crash on the B1145 this morning.

Funding for the Aid and Assist charity in Lowestoft. Pic shows the Aid and Assist adult trainees in Halloween costumes receiving a cheque from Councillors Len Jacklin and Janet Craig. Pictures: MICK HOWES

A charity which provides help for the community and the environment has received a funding boost enabling it to buy new equipment to continue its good work.

The Christmas Crib Festival is being held at the Rosebery Road Methodist Church in Norwich

More than 150 crib scenes of all shapes and sizes will be on display at the annual Christmas Crib Festival at Rosebery Road Methodist Church in Norwich.

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Police negotiators are at an incident in Argyle Street, Norwich. Photo: Antony Kelly.

Police units are currently at the scene of an incident in Argyle Street in Norwich.


The new temporary theatre at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital which opens in December.

Hospital bosses are stepping up plans to ensure key targets are met in a bid to avoid potential penalty fines which could have a severe financial impact.


The Fiveways development near MIldenhall and Barton Mills on the A11 is officially opened by Matthew Hancock MP.

A roundabout which stands at the gateway of Norfolk and Suffolk has seen the official opening of a new service area.


Re-Launch of Lowestoft college foundation centre.  Matthew Farquer, Nick Webb (deputy mayor) and principal Jo Pretty.

A newly-refurbished learning centre for young people with mild to complex needs has been opened at a Suffolk college.


A First Capital Connect train heading to King's Lynn along the Fen Line after passing the Ely North junction. Picture: Ian Burt

Passengers will find out next month if twice-hourly train services between King’s Lynn and London will still be brought in despite a major junction upgrade in Ely being delayed.


Artist James McCallum setting up his latest exhibition at the Sackhouse Gallery in Wells. Picture: Ian Burt

Norfolk’s birds are celebrated in a new exhibition which opens in Wells today.


The proposed site of the mobile telecoms phone mast in Blakeney at Friary Farm Caravan Park.


Hopes of better mobile phone coverage in Blakeney have been dashed after the plug was pulled on a taxpayer-funded scheme to eliminate the not-spots amid fears it would not get planning permission.

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