December 21st: Today’s top stories on the EDP

Police at the scene at Suffolk Square, Norwich, after murder inquiry was launched.

Police at the scene at Suffolk Square, Norwich, after murder inquiry was launched. - Credit: Archant

Haven't had time to catch up with the news from today yet? Here are the main stories on the EDP today.

Second man arrested after murder in Suffolk Square, NorwichA second Norwich man was arrested this morning after a man was stabbed to death in Suffolk Square in the city on Sunday. A number of homes have been sealed off.

People in Norwich's Suffolk Square were confined to their homes by armed police last night as a murder probe was launched when a man was found fatally injured in a flat.

Woman dies and two children suffer life-threatening injuries in crash on A17 at Terrington St Clement

Two air ambulances, from Norwich and Cambridge, were on the scene and the road has been closed in both directions.

Diversions have been put in place following the two-vehicle collision at about 2pm.

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Brundall soldier walks 456 miles home - a mile for every British life lost in AfghanistanIt was a painful journey home for soldier Zak Thorpe, walking 456 miles across the UK.

His feet felt the strain of the 11-and-a-half day trek, but it was his heart which truly ached for Britain's soldiers, killed in Afghanistan.

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King's Lynn school create their own version of John Lewis advertDepartment store John Lewis has produced one of the most powerful advertisements on our screens this Christmas. It made such an impact at Howard Junior School, they created their very own version. • One of Norfolk's smallest schools closes after 167 yearsWelney pupils marked the end of their school's 167-year history with a host of events over the final week culminating with a Christmas party complete with circus skills.

The closure comes despite a campaign by parents and governors to try to save the William Marshall primary school which has just 23 pupils on its roll.

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