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Ed Sheeran announces new music on social media

Ed Sheeran will release new music on Friday. Credit: Ed Sheeran/Twitter

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has announced on social media that he'll be releasing a new single later this week.

The 25-year-old has recently been on a hiatus, but today posted a short video message on his Twitter and Instagram accounts simply saying 'New music coming Friday'.

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The post has already been retweeted more than 126,000 times, with fans clearly excited about Sheeran's comeback.

Cromer fireworks display postponed due to strong winds

The display at Cromer has been put back a week. Credit: Paul Dunstan

A New Year's Day fireworks display on the Norfolk coast which normally attracts upwards of 10,000 people has been postponed for a week due to concerns about the weather.

The annual event in Cromer was due to take place at 5pm today, but has now been put back to next Sunday (January 8) because of expected strong northerly winds.

Organisers decided to take the action because they were worried debris could be blown into the crowds.

The event is said to be the biggest of its kind in the country.


Unemployed young people given chance to work on film set

The trainees have been working on a short period film on a former airbase. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Thirteen young people without jobs in Norfolk have been given the chance to work on a film set.

They joined stars like Valene Kane and Henry Lloyd Hughes to make a period short film on the former airbase at West Raynham.

"When this came along I really didn't know what I wanted to do.

"I knew I didn't want to go to university, but I wanted to work in the film industry.

"So when this came it was perfect, ticked all the boxes"

– Tom Chaoman, Trainee film


Dogs pose for pictures with Santa Paws

It's not just children who are visiting Santa this Christmas Credit: ITV News Anglia

Canines in Christmas jumpers have been getting into the festive spirit in Norwich.

Pets posed for photos with their owners at Santa's Grotto for Dogs outside The Forum.

The cuddly dogs posed for pictures Credit: ITV News Anglia

Santa's helpers handing out treats to the dogs who were well-behaved.

The rather quirky idea helps raise money for RSPCA Norfolk.

They love it!

The costumes that the dogs wear are absolutely phenomenal, some of the dogs do do a second take at doggy Santa but they do settle down and everyone can take their own photos and send them to friends and family so the social media goes crazy afterwards its amazing.

– Tammy Clarke, RSPCA
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