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Isabelle Smee, 6, recovering from a rare condition brought on after chicken pox, at home at Hethersett with her family, twin brother Oliver, and mum and dad, Caroline and Jon. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A little girl whose chicken pox turned into a rare disorder that threatens loss of limbs and ultimately death is today reunited with her family after a miraculous recovery.

An Abellio Greater Anglia train. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

There are major delays to rail services between Norwich and London Liverpool Street this morning after a person was hit by a train in Essex.

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.

Norfolk Police. Picture: Ian Burt

Officers from Great Yarmouth Police Station have charged a 32-year-old woman with three counts of theft.

Alfie Holland-Pengelly, 8, who was bitten by a dog whilst playing on Fearns Field in Cromer on Sunday 24th April, and is now scared to go back there. He's pictured with his mum Jayne Holland. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A worried mum has reiterated calls for a children’s play area to be fenced off to keep dogs out after her son was allegedly attacked.

Care for the elderly.

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

Arthur Ball, who scored a hole in one at Dunston Hall aged 94.

A veteran golfer with five decades of putting and chipping under his belt has landed his first hole in one at a Norfolk course - aged 94.

A mobile speed camera van monitors traffic near Smallburgh.

Here are the locations of police mobile speed cameras in Norfolk and Suffolk today.

Norfolk Police. Picture: Ian Burt

A man has been arrested on suspicion of theft, after trying to escape police - on a bicycle.

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

Isabelle Smee, 6, recovering from a rare condition brought on after chicken pox, at home at Hethersett with her family, twin brother Oliver, and mum and dad, Caroline and Jon. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A little girl whose chicken pox turned into a rare disorder that threatens loss of limbs and ultimately death is today reunited with her family after a miraculous recovery.

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

Tory MP James Wharton speaking in the House of Commons about the European Union (Referendum) Bill. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday July 5, 2013. Bringing forward the Private Member's Bill, the backbench MP for Stockton South, said:

Discussions with the government about a deal for an elected mayor for East Anglia will not be re-opened, a minister has told MPs.

Environment

First peregrine chick begins to hatch

Excitement has been brewing at the foot of Norwich Cathedral as the first of the peregrine chicks began hatching this afternoon despite the cold conditions.

Tech

Kevin Bacon from Gorleston has been charged £150 for what EE claims was a 10-hour phone call made in February.

Picture: James Bass

One is a Hollywood actor famous for his big screen roles and now as the face of a major mobile phone network.

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