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The body of a woman has been discovered in a garden pond in Gayton near Kings Lynn. Norfolk Police were called to a property on Cedar Way at around 3.45pm.
Investigations are continuing, but initial enquiries suggest the death is not suspicious.
A Norfolk village cricket club has been asked to leave its ground after a disagreement with its Parish Council.
The Bacton club has been in the village for 79 years, but the Parish Council says it's repeatedly failed to comply with regulations.
Development Manager for the Norfolk Cricket Board, Keiron Tuck, says they are working with the Bacton club to find other venues for the rest of the season.
The owners of a beach in North Norfolk which has for years welcomed naturists says nudity has now got to stop after reports of indecent acts taking place.
But naturists who use Holkham beach are not happy about the decision as Malcolm Robertson reports.
A group of leading meterologists and scientists are meeting to try to work out the reasons why factors like climate change are influencing our weather.
Claire McGlasson has been looking at the impact that the changing weather is having on the region.
A Northamptonshire chocolate maker has been fined after an employee’s finger was severed in an inadequately guarded machine.
Kettering magistrates heard that Joao Countinho was cleaning a depositor - which pipes liquid chocolate into moulds – at Ashbury Chocolates in February last year.
His left index finger became trapped and was partially severed. It had to be fully amputated later in hospital.
Mr Countinho, 41, of Peterborough, was off work for around three months although he has since returned to the factory doing the same job.
A Health and Safety Executive investigation found the machine was only partially guarded .
Ashbury Chocolates of Darwin Road, Corby, pleaded guilty and was fined £5,000 and ordered to pay costs of £3,485.
The Queen took part in a minute's silence on the opening day of the Royal Ascot festival in memory of Sir Henry Cecil.
The Newmarket horse trainer died last week at the age of 70. He had been battling cancer. During his career Sir Henry produced 75 winners at Royal Ascot, more than any other trainer.
A year ago today he was watching the his unbeatable racehorse Frankel win the first race of the day, The Queen Anne Stakes.
Police are appealing for help to trace a missing man from Peterborough.
Mark Auckland, who's 52, was last seen leaving his home in Werrington at about 3pm on Monday.
He is described as white, 5'10'', medium build with short grey hair and clean shaven. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans and drives a red Renault Clio.
Police say they think he might be in the West Runton area of Norfolk.
Fishermen in North Norfolk say their livelihoods are being put at risk because the harbour isn't being dredged regularly.
But the commission looking after the harbour at Wells-next-the-Sea says it's not for want of trying. They want to dredge but have been told it could damage the environment. Kate Prout reports...
Tonight:A warm, humid night with light winds allowing mist or fog in places especially near coasts. After a largely dry start to the night showers are set move in from the south by the early hours, perhaps heavy and thundery at times, with a risk of local downpours. Minimum temperature 13 °C.
An ex-convict who has committed almost 500 offences has been jailed for 10 years for helping is former cellmate escape in a terrifying gunpoint hold up in Suffolk.
Garry Cowan, 44, held a replica handgun to a female prison officer's head as she accompanied Andrew Farndon to hospital in January last year and threatened to shoot her if he was not released.
The pair, who had shared a cell at Highpoint jail in Stradishall, Suffolk, had hatched a plot to free Farndon, 27, before Cowan was released two weeks earlier.
Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC sentenced Cowan to successive sentences of three years for possession of the firearm and seven years for assisting an offender.