A campaign is underway to prevent a young Afghan refugee who's made a new life here being deported back to his own country.
Images from CCTV in a Shell garage in Peterborough on Saturday night show an attempted robbery by a man brandishing a gun and a knife.
He demanded cash but the shop assistant ran off to raise the alarm. The man tried to break the tills but left the garage on Whittlesey Road with nothing.
The man is described as white, in his 30s, wearing a high-visibility sleeveless jacket over a dark blue hooded top, a face covering, grey gloves, grey tracksuit bottoms and red trainers.
Police have asked anyone with information to contact them.
Children's pocket money has risen more than twice as fast as their parents' wages since 1987.
Research by Halifax has found that pocket money has risen four fold with the average child in Britain receiving £6.35 per week. Meanwhile their parents' wages have only risen by 188% in the same 27 year period.
Two thirds of children do chores to earn their pocket money, and nearly 9 out of 10 of the youngsters surveyed understood that adults get money from working.
But whilst children in London get the most pocket money, with an average of £8.26 per week, East Anglian pocket money is only £5.15, the lowest in Britain.
Police have released CCTV pictures of a man they want to speak to about criminal damage to a takeaway in Norwich.
At 3am on the 24th of September, chairs were thrown over the counter of the takeaway on Prince of Wales Road, and one was used to smash a display fridge.
The police think the man could help them with their investigation. They are asking anyone who might have seen the incident to contact them.
Police in Norfolk and Suffolk have launched an operation to improve road safety and reduce collisions as the darker nights draw in.
Collision rates tend to increase at this time of year and police are warning drivers to be prepared for the change in conditions as the clocks go back on Sunday.
Police will be carrying out roadside checks until the 2nd November.
Police killer Harry Roberts is to be released from prison in Cambridgeshire today (Saturday).
Roberts, who is now 78, was jailed for life for the murder of three policemen in an act which shocked the country and was condemned by the judge as "the most heinous crime for a generation or more".
Roberts was sitting with two accomplices in his van near Wormwood Scrubs Prison in west London preparing for an armed robbery when he opened fire on three plain-clothed officers.
Detective Sergeant Christopher Head, Detective Constable David Wombwell, and Pc Geoffrey Fox, were all killed in the attack on August 12 1966.
oberts is expected to leave Littlehey Prison in Cambridgeshire today, after the Parole Board approved his release.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the 1984 fire that destroyed the main stand at Norwich City Football Club
35 firemen spent hours tackling the blaze, with the club losing photographs, trophies and years of tradition.
The stand was eventually replaced in 1987.
Ofsted is to appoint an independent figure to look into claims that three Norfolk schools were given advance notice of inspections.
Ofsted says the inquiry is being put in place in the light of new evidence in relation to the inspections of the three schools run by the Inspiration Trust led by Dame Rachel de Souza.
An earlier investigation which was published a month ago, found no evidence to substantiate the allegations that the three schools in question had been given the dates of their Ofsted inspections.
A man from Felixstowe who has Cystic Fibrosis claims he and his partner are being denied the chance to have a baby because of a postcode lottery.
Matthew Shapland and his partner Berenice have been denied the right to IVF because Berenice has another child and they've been told they don't qualify for exceptional clinical funding.
But because Matthew can't work they say they can't afford to pay for IVF treatment privately.
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