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Boys arrested after two chickens killed at Norwich park

Eaton Park in Norwich where two chickens were killed Credit: ITV News Anglia.

Three boys have been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after two chickens were killed in a Norwich park.

Police were called to Eaton Park at about 7am today, Monday April 16.

Two bantam chickens, believed to have been stolen from a nearby home, had been attacked.

Police arrested three boys - one aged 12 and two aged 15 - at Rugg Drive, near Bluebell Road. They are being questioned at Aylsham Police Investigation Centre.

Could Friday 13th be Devon's lucky day?

Devon a two-year-old Greyhound at Dogs Trust Snetterton is hoping this Friday will be his lucky day.

Devon the unlucky Greyhound Credit: Dogs Trust

He's an ex-racing Greyhound and hopes that new owners can can rehome him

He has been at the rehoming centre since January. Staff are baffled as to why potential adopters keep passing him by.

“Devon is a lovely boy who is so full of character. He loves people and is good with other dogs of similar size so we just can’t understand why he is constantly overlooked. Staff have been showering him with lots of attention to make him feel special but nothing beats the comfort of a loving home. Contrary to many people’s assumption of this breed, he doesn’t need much exercise and is happy with a short stroll before settling into a comfy bed with his toys. We hope he’s able to throw his paws in the face of Friday the 13th and will be racing off to his forever home this weekend.”

– Diane McLelland-Taylor, Dogs Trust
Devon the unlucky Greyhound Credit: Dogs Trust

Devon can live with children over the age of eight but cannot live with cats.


Southwold Sausage Walk proves a success

If you were a sausage dog on Southwold beach this weekend, you would have been in good company.

The Southwold Sausage Walk took place to raise money for charity.

Between 400 and 500 dogs took part - helping to raise more than £1,300.

Burnham Market horse trials abandoned on final day

Archive photo from the Burnham Market Horse Trials 2015 Credit: ITV News Anglia.

Organisers of the Burnham Market Horse Trials have had to call off the event on its final day.

Heavy rain in Norfolk overnight means it is not safe for the competition to take place.

The three-day Easter weekend event attracts some of the top riders from around the world.

Organisers announced the decision to abandon the competition earlier today (Saturday) following inspections of the ground.

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