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Bomb threat "a hoax"

Norfolk Police have confirmed that a bomb threat at a supermarket in Great Yarmouth was a hoax.

Bomb disposal experts from Colchester were called to the Tesco Extra store at Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth at around 7pm. They used a remote-controlled robot to carry out an explosion just inside the main door of the store.

The supermarket had been evacuated soon after 4 o'clock this afternoon, following what's believed to have been a threatening phone call. Other nearby businesses were also evacuated and a 200 metre cordon put in place.

It's not yet been announced when the 24 hour store will reopen.

Video exclusive: controlled explosion at Tesco store

Bomb disposal experts from Colchester were called to the Tesco Extra store at Pasteur Road in Great Yarmouth at around 7pm. They used a remote-controlled robot to carry out an explosion just inside the main door of the store.

The supermarket had been evacuated soon after 4 o'clock this afternoon, following what's believed to have been a threatening phone call. Other nearby businesses were also evacuated and a 200 metre cordon put in place.

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Controlled explosion at Tesco store

A bomb disposal unit has carried out a controlled explosion at a supermarket in Great Yarmouth.

The bomb disposal unit at the store in Great Yarmouth Credit: ITV

Bomb disposal experts from Colchester carried out the explosion at the Tesco Extra store at Pasteur Road at around 8pm. The store had been evacuated soon after 4 o'clock this afternoon, following what's believed to have been a threatening phone. Other nearby businesses were also evacuated and a 200 metre cordon put in place.

The store was evacuated shortly after 4pm on Friday Credit: ITV

Norwich death "not suspicious"

Police have confirmed they're not treating as suspicious the death of a woman at a house in Norwich.

Officers were called to Glebe Road following reports that the woman in her 40s had been found injured.

Paramedics tried to resuscitate her but she was pronounced dead at the scene

Father says daughter took her own life over benefits cut

Julia Kelly Credit: ITV News Anglia

A father says his daughter took her own life because she was worried her disability benefits could be cut.

Julia Kelly from Northamptonshire suffered from chronic pain - she committed suicide days after receiving a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions.

Julia with her parents Credit: ITV News Anglia

At her inquest the coroner said the threat of losing her benefits triggered her to end her life.

Watch Sarah Cooper's report below...

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Henry's dying wish: the little boy who wanted to make other children smile

Henry Allen Credit: ITV News Anglia

The parents of a four year old boy from Bletchley near Milton Keynes say they're carrying out his dying wish after he lost his fight against a rare cancer.

Brave Henry Allen told his Mum and Dad he just wanted to make other sick children and their parents happy and told them they should give away his toys because he wouldn't get to play with them.

Now a foundation has been set up in Henry's name to spread a little bit of happiness.

Watch Russell Hookey's report below...

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