December 22nd: Today’s top stories on the EDP
Haven't had time to catch up with the news from today yet? Here are the main stories on the EDP today.
• A17 crash: Tributes paid to Laura Pesterfield who was killed in Terrington St Clement accidentA woman killed on the A17 at Terrington St Clement yesterday has been named locally as Laura Pesterfield.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the crash in which two boys were seriously injured.
• Suffolk Square investigation: Norwich man charged with murderA man has been charged with murder after a man was found stabbed to death in a block of Norwich flats on Sunday.
Police were called to the flats in Suffolk Square at around 8.30pm to reports a man in his 50s had been 'seriously injured'.
• Four injured in serious crash in FakenhamFour people have been taken to hospital following a serious crash in Fakenham this morning, but none of their injuries are thought to be life-threatening.
- 1 EXCLUSIVE: US tycoons in Norwich City investment talks
- 2 M&S to close 32 stores as part of move away from town centres
- 3 Where you can see the Red Arrows over Norfolk this weekend
- 4 'Our homes will be destroyed' - Neighbours' fears over proposed pylon route
- 5 Man claims supermarket fuel was contaminated as he reveals £200 repair bill
- 6 Revealed: Your favourite fish and chip shop in Norfolk
- 7 Norwich pub selling out on Sundays with new head chef's roast dinners
- 8 Scammers targeting Norfolk homes with fake parcel deliveries
- 9 Sweet Briar Road to reopen TODAY
- 10 Serious road crash hotspots in Norfolk revealed as fatalities fall
The accident happened just after 10.30am on the A148 between Trap Lane and Water Moor Lane involving a white Volkswagen and a dark blue Ford Focus.
• East Anglia set for the fastest house price rises in the UK in 2016House prices in East Anglia are set to rise faster than anywhere else in the country, according to a new forecast released today.
Prices in East Anglia are due to increase by 8pc in 2016, compared to a 6pc UK-wide average, in predictions by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
• Norwich Castle to host weddings as city's register office closesIn a history spanning 900 years, it has been a royal palace, a prison where notorious murderers languished and the home of mummies, dragons and teapots.
But from next year, Norwich Castle is set for a new chapter in its remarkable time line – as a venue where couples can get married.