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Police hunt for missing 83-year-old

Stanley Humphries Credit: Norfolk Police

The police helicopter has been helping in the search for an 83 year old man who has gone missing in North Norfolk. Stanley Humphries was last seen around 9 am yesterday at his home in Holt. Residents are being urged to check their garden sheds and any outbuildings for Stanley who is described as vulnerable. Stanley is known to frequent Holt Country Park where he often walks with his dog.

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Go-ahead for East Anglia One wind farm project

The Government has given the go ahead to a major new wind farm 26 miles off the Norfolk/Suffolk coast.

The East Anglia One project was approved under an auction where energy firms are guaranteed a fixed price for electricity they produce.

Developers ScottishPower Renewables says the £2billion project could provide enough energy for half a million homes.

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Mother's fury over inquest verdict on her son's death

Shereen Sinclair has criticised the coroner's verdict. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A mother from Luton has hit out at a coroner's verdict on the death of her son who was stabbed to death at a birthday party in 2012.

Taffy Khan was fatally wounded at the house owned by former boxing champion Herbie Hide in Norfolk.

Today Coroner Jacqueline Lake recorded a narrative verdict rather than one of unlawful killing.

Mr Khan's mother Shereen Sinclair described that decision as outrageous.

Click below to watch Malcolm Robertson's report.

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