An estimated 250 bikers descended on Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge dressed in festive costumes and armed with plenty of presents. It's an annual event designed spread a little cheer and give a lift to all patients ahead of Christmas.
The East Anglian derby between Norwich City and Ipswich Town has been moved to Sunday March 1 2015 for live TV coverage.
The match at Carrow Road was originally pencilled in for Saturday 28 February, but will now take place a day later with a 14.05pm kick-off.
The game is likely to have a lot riding on it, with both sides currently competing at the top of The Championship.
Norwich won the reverse fixture at Portman Road, with a header from Lewis Grabban ensuring that all three points returned to Norfolk.
Former Norwich City loan player Jonás Gutiérrez will make his return to football this afternoon, after overcoming testicular cancer.
The Argentine spent the second half of last season on loan at Carrow Road, and last played a game back in April.
The 31-year-old had an operation to remove his left testicle in September, and his since undergone chemotherapy treatment.
He has now been discharged from hospital and will feature for Newcastle United under-21s as an over-age player in their game with West Ham United later.
Norfolk Police are appealing for witnesses to a robbery in Norwich at a shop where a member of staff was grabbed by the neck and held at knifepoint.
A man entered Silver Stores in Silver Street just before 10pm on Sunday and threatened two members of staff.
Armed with a kitchen knife, he got away with several hundreds of pounds in cash and scratch cards, before running away. No one was hurt.
Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal has confirmed that Northampton Saints forwards Samu Manoa and Salesi Ma’afu will sign for his club at the end of the season.
The news will come as a blow to Northampton who had managed to tie down their other prized assets in Dylan Hartley and Courtney Lawes last week.
American star Manoa has been handed a four-year contract by the European Champions, and Boudjellal has backed him to impress in France.
Toulon have also agreed a deal to sign Saints prop Ma’afu, while New Zealand centre Ma’a Nonu and Clermont winger Napolioni Nalaga have also joined.
Train operator Abellio Greater Anglia will today begin a much-needed refurbishment of carriages used on the Norwich to London rail line.
The improvements will include new tables and seat covers, power points and better lighting.
The first of the refurbished carriages will return to use early next year with the entire fleet finished by October 2016.
Health minister and Suffolk MP Daniel Poulter says he does not agree ambulance response time targets should be lengthened.
It follows claims in a national newspaper at the weekend that proposals had been agreed by NHS England bosses "in principle" to double the target from eight to 19 minutes for some patients.
A leaked NHS document suggested the change would affect people in the "Red2" category, meaning their condition was considered "serious but not the most life-threatening".
Yesterday health secretary Jeremy Hunt said there were "no plans to double ambulance waiting times, and there never have been".
Daniel Poulter, MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich, said he believed the current targets were appropriate.