December 8th: Today’s top stories on the EDP

The scene of the overturned lorry carrying live turkeys at Daniels Road roundabout with Newmarket Ro

The scene of the overturned lorry carrying live turkeys at Daniels Road roundabout with Newmarket Road. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2015

Haven't had time to catch up on the news today? Here's a round up of the top stories from the EDP today.

Lorry carrying Bernard Matthews turkeys crashes near Notcutts nursery in NorwichA lorry carrying live turkeys crashed at a roundabout in Norwich. The A140 ring road was closed today by Notcutts.

The lorry turned on its side at the roundabout between Newmarket Road and Daniels Road, near Notcutts nursery, just before 11.30am.

• Driver in his 60s dies after lorry crashes into tree near MundfordPolice have confirmed that a man has died after a lorry crashed into a tree near Mundford this morning.A spokesman for Norfolk Police said officers were called at around 8.40am to the A1065 to reports of a lorry colliding with a tree near to the Grimes Graves turning.• Exposed: Rogue wristband sellers in NorwichShoppers were today warned about a gang who have been selling 'anti-bullying' wristbands in Norwich city centre without the proper licence.An investigation from the EDP and Evening News can reveal the group of four men spent much of last week selling the blue wristbands at £2 a time to people in Gentleman's Walk and St Stephen's Street• Long Stratton High School staff could take industrial action as expulsion of pupil in blade row is overturnedTeachers and staff at a high school could take industrial action after governors over-ruled a decision to expel a boy who allegedly brought a blade onto its premises.

Long Stratton High School headteacher John Wilson permanently excluded the teenager, who is currently on police bail after he was arrested on suspicion of being in possession of a 'bladed article'.

• Norwich United spectator assaults referee - who is also a police officerPolice had to be called to a Norwich United game after a spectator assaulted a referee - who happened to be an off-duty officer.

Daniel Hanna was attacked following Godmanchester Rovers' 3-0 victory over Norwich at the David Wilson Homes Ground, in Bearscroft, on Saturday.