10 stories that have nothing to do with Donald Trump

Bottle buoys, lollipop men and women, and Ed Balls all have nothing to do with Donald Trump.

Bottle buoys, lollipop men and women, and Ed Balls all have nothing to do with Donald Trump. - Credit: Archant

With Donald Trump dominating the headlines, why not take a look at these 10 stories that have nothing to do with the next president of the United States.

Norwich City chairman Ed Balls will be hoping to book his ticket to Blackpool in this year's Strictly Come Dancing as he takes on a routine to Gangnam Style - a dance he already has experience in after a video went viral of his performance in 2014.

Lollipop men and women could disappear from outside schools across Norwich, after research found they did not meet a national threshold set down by safety experts.

David Mitchell caused outrage on Twitter when he pronounced the village of Happisburgh as 'Happ-is-burg' on his BBC Radio 4 show 'Unbelievable Truth'.

The RNLI in Cromer will take part in the first UK trial of bottle buoys - plastic bottles turned into potentially lifesaving rescue devices which can be thrown to casualties at sea to stop them drowning.

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It's happening again - traffic lights at Thickthorn roundabout near Norwich have still not been fixed, with reports of cars queuing back to Wymondham.

A survey carried out by Anglian Water has revealed the shores surrounding the county are home to some of East Anglia's premier bathing waters.

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More than 100 people are to brave the elements on Friday to help raise awareness about homelessness. This year's Norwich Sleep Out is expected to be the biggest yet and challenges people to spend one night sleeping rough.

Residents and councillors have opposed plans to build 259 homes in Horsford over a number of concerns about the development.

Hotly contested plans to move Norwich Rugby Club to the University of East Anglia will go ahead after councillors voted seven to four for the new development.

Finally, following the success of their sold out show at Open in October, country music duo Ward Thomas have announced they will be returning to Norwich in 2017.

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