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Mitchell Childs and Ruby Spink - the 11 month old toddler who died in Great Yarmouth

A man jailed for murdering his girlfriend’s 11-month-old baby has lost a bid for an early chance of release after a judge heard of the havoc he has caused in prison.

Fran Robinson, Thetford town councillor

As one of the oldest mayoralties in the country, tradition is important to Thetford Town Council.

Grey rain clouds gather as people stroll along Brancaster beach in North Norfolk. Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

It’s been an interesting week for weather with snow and sunshine hitting Norfolk, but what is the weather going to be like over the Bank Holiday in the region? Here’s what you need to know.

Ken Livingstone leaves his home in London, as Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to do more to stamp out anti-Semitism in the Labour Party following the suspension of his long-time ally. Photo: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Ken Livingstone suggested Labour will have to lift his suspension over controversial remarks linking Adolf Hitler to Zionism as the row over the party’s handling of anti-Semitism allegations continued.

The friendly urban fox. Picture Simon Finlay

A photographer pottering away in his garage had some welcome company when a fox came to join him at his Norwich home.

A snapshot of a virtual tour at Norwich Art Suppliers.

A Norwich photographer is working with Goggle to capture snapshots inside businesses in the city for the search engine.

USAF fighter planes from RAF Lakenheath taken from a C130 Hercules

Almost £250,000 has been paid out in compensation for damage, injuries and loss of livestock caused by low flying military aircraft in East Anglia over the past five years, figures show.

East Norfolk Transport Users Association meeting in Caister on Tuesday, April 26. Photo: George Ryan

A petition is calling on First Bus to consider re-routing some of the X1 buses along the A1064 to Great Yarmouth, instead of using the Acle Straight.

Trams on Gentleman's Walk in Norwich in the 1930s. Photo: Library

More houses being built around Norwich means more traffic, and calls have been made to resurrect a mode of transport which served the city for 35 years to ease the strain on the roads.

Crime

Steve Gaskin, a former inspector at Scotland Yard, who has been advising the TV programme makers of Silent Witness on proper CSI techniques, pictured in a mock up crime scene in Taverham. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

It is a television series which takes viewers behind the scenes of forensic investigations into gruesome - though fictional - crimes.

Health

Care for the elderly.

A care home put into special measures six months ago has been given another “inadequate” rating.

Business

File photo dated 03/04/14 of a Royal Bank of Scotland sign, as the bank reported a first quarter pre-tax loss of £968 million, more than double last year's figure of £446 million. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday April 29, 2016. See PA story CITY RBS. Photo credit should read: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

Royal Bank of Scotland has reported a first-quarter pre-tax loss of £968m - more than double last year’s figure of £446m.

Education

Education secretary Nicky Morgan. The Department for Education has defended the tests. Photo: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

A one-day boycott of primary schools could see parents withdraw children from lessons in a protest against government tests.

Politics

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage with his winnings  at Great Yarmouth races in 2012 
Picture: James Bass

Nigel Farage has likened predicting the upcoming local election result in Great Yarmouth to playing pin the tail on a donkey.

Environment

The friendly urban fox. Picture Simon Finlay

A photographer pottering away in his garage had some welcome company when a fox came to join him at his Norwich home.

Tech

A snapshot of a virtual tour at Norwich Art Suppliers.

A Norwich photographer is working with Goggle to capture snapshots inside businesses in the city for the search engine.

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