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Norwich City take former Reading star Karacan on trial

Jem Karacan has a chance to impress Norwich City. Credit: PA

Former Reading midfielder Jem Karacan has joined Norwich City on trial with a view to potentially signing for The Championship club.

The 27-year-old is currently a free agent after leaving Turkish giants Galatasaray earlier this month.

He will play for Norwich's under 23s tonight at Portsmouth in the Premier League Cup where he will be hoping to impress.

Karacan made his name at Reading where he made more than 150 appearances, including a season in the Premier League.

Wood fire could take a week to burn out

The wood fire could take a week to burn out Credit: Norfolk Fire

A timber fire near King's Lynn could take a week to burn out, according to Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.

Crews have been at the site at Manor Farm in North Runcton since lunchtime on Saturday.

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service will oversee a controlled burning which is expected to take up to seven days, due to the amount of wood involved.

Environmental Health staff from the borough council will be undertaking daily visits to monitor the impact of the smoke on local people.

Local rivers and ground water have not been polluted yet. The Environment Agency will continue to monitor the run-off.

Anyone with health concerns is advised to contact their GP or contact the NHS 111 service out of hours.

People are advised to keep their windows and doors shut, and avoid spending unnecessary time outdoors. Motorists who have to travel through the smoke should keep their windows closed, turn off air conditioning and keep air vents closed.

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Pupil flown to Addenbrooke's after incident at school in Norwich

A pupil from Jane Austen College has been flown to Addenbrooke's Credit: Temby Parker

A pupil has been flown to hospital after a reported fall at a school in Norwich.

The air ambulance landed close to Duke Street in the city just after 3.30pm after the incident at Jane Austen College.

They flew the boy to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. He's thought to have suffered head injuries but the incident is not said to be suspicious.

Birdwatching youngsters on look out in 'Waxwing winter'

  • Watch a video report by ITV News Anglia's Lauren Hall

Take a look outside and you may well spot one or two sparrows, robins, bluetits or other common garden birds.

This year, you may also see a much rarer visitor. It's called a waxwing; a small starling-sized bird with colourful markings.

The RSPB, is describing it as a 'Waxwing Winter' with large numbers arriving in the Anglia region, and other parts of the UK.

The charity hopes it will encourage more of us to take part in its Big Garden Birdwatch on 28-30 January. Parts of of the video report were filmed at St Andrews School in Biggleswade in Bedfordshire.

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Air ambulance lands in centre of Norwich

The air ambulance has landed in the centre of Norwich Credit: Temby Parker

The air ambulance has landed in the centre of Norwich.

ITV Anglia was sent this picture of it behind Lambert Pugh solicitors just off St Andrews Street.

It's thought the ambulance was deployed after a person suffered serious injuries falling from a building.

Ipswich Town seal Diagouraga loan signing

Toumani Diagouraga has joined Ipswich Town on loan. Credit: PA

Ipswich Town have completed the loan signing of Leeds United midfielder Toumani Diagouraga.

The former Peterborough United man has agreed a deal to stay at Portman Road until the end of the season.

29-year-old Diagouraga was a key part of the Brentford team that reached the Championship play-offs in 2014/15, before he signed for Leeds last January.

The Frenchman has struggled to get into Leeds' team this season though, with Garry Monk's men currently sitting 4th in The Championship.

Meanwhile, former Newcastle United defender Steven Taylor is training with Ipswich this week with a view to earning a contract until the end of the campaign.

Taylor is a free agent after leaving American side Portland Timbers last month.

"We have lost Adam Webster for the season so we are short on numbers and Steven Taylor would add that experience,” manager Mick McCarthy said.

"He will come in and train this week and we will see how it goes. We know about his quality."

Fog warning for the East of England

A Met Office weather warning for fog has been issued for Monday night into Tuesday. Credit: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for fog in the East of England.

Areas of freezing fog, some dense, are expected to form again during Monday night and into Tuesday morning.

The Met Office says the fog will become widespread in places and driving conditions will be difficult with journeys likely to take longer than usual.

It is possible there will be delays to air travel.

The weather warning covers the whole of the Anglia region and is valid from 5pm on Monday 23 January until 11am on Tuesday 24 January 2017

Area covered by the yellow weather warning for fog on Monday night into Tuesday. Credit: Met Office

"The fog will form initially, and will probably be most widespread, across parts of the southwest of England, southeast Wales and the southwest Midlands.

"Fog will also form elsewhere but areas of cloud are leading to uncertainty in the timing and extent of the fog and will result in the fog waxing and waning through the night and during Tuesday morning.

"However it is likely that some dense fog patches will develop in other parts of the warning area by Tuesday morning.

"The fog is expected to slowly thin and lift during Tuesday although it may persist in some areas throughout the day."

– Met Office Chief Forecaster's assessment
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