December 3rd: This evening’s top stories on the EDP

File photo dated 01/12/11 of a fly-past by two RAF Tornado GR4 jets, as Royal Air Force commander, A

File photo dated 01/12/11 of a fly-past by two RAF Tornado GR4 jets, as Royal Air Force commander, Air Commodore Martin Sampson, said that British jets stand ready to launch strikes against Islamic State (IS) in Syria. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday October 23, 2015. Air Commodore Sampson said the RAF Tornado jets under his command in Cyprus were ready to extend bombing runs into the war-torn country. See PA story DEFENCE Syria. Photo credit should read: David Jones/PA Wire - Credit: PA

Here's a round up of our top stories this evening.

Norwich car park rapist Clive Howard has year cut from his jail termA Suffolk sex attacker who raped a UEA student in a Norwich car park had almost a year wiped off his minimum jail term today.

Clive Howard, 57, of Mill Road, Battisford, near Stowmarket, hunted down vulnerable women during a reign of terror in Cambridge and Norwich in 2013 and 2014.

Known as the 'Night-stalker', he admitted seven rapes, attempted rape and three attempted kidnappings and was jailed for at least ten years and three months in April.

Campaign starts to ban Jack the Ripper pantomime from NorwichPlans to stage a Jack the Ripper-inspired pantomime at a Norwich theatre have come under fire.

The adult production, based on the 19th century serial killer, is due to take place at Norwich Playhouse from December 10 to 12 but the venue is facing pressure to scrap the show, with critics saying it mocks violence against women.

But both the theatre and production company have defended the show and have said the performances will go ahead as planned.

Norfolk man, 35, suffers two life-changing strokes in a week - sparked by a sneezeTwo sneezes was all it took for Dan Needham's life to be turned upside down.

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The sales engineer, 35, of Southrepps, who described himself as a 'normal healthy person' was driving to work as usual one morning when a sneeze sparked the first of two life-changing strokes.

Grandmother distraught after pet dogs savaged to death in King's LynnA grandmother has spoken of watching in horror as her two Chihuahua-type dogs were savaged to death in front of her by four Staffies.

Jean Tuck, 83, was walking her pets Phoebe and Podge, when she stopped to talk to a friend in Hospital Walk, King's Lynn, near the entrance to The Walks.

She heard dogs squealing and then four Staffordshire bull terrier-type dogs, which were off their lead, came rushing towards them.

Tornados leave RAF Marham for Cyprus as Britain completes first Syria strikesTornado jets have taken off from RAF Marham this morning to provide extra support as Britain begins bombing against Isis in Syria.

Two jets left RAF Marham at around 8.30am and are on their way to bolster the current eight RAF Marham Tornados in Cyprus. Six Typhoons are also due at RAF Akrotiri.