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Children across our region have been on the look out for one thing this weekend...chocolate!
Easter egg hunts have been taking place at various National Trust properties, including Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk and the Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire.
Families are given an 'Eggsploration kit', which includes a map, passport and special explorer hat.
At the Wimpole Estate, they have had more than 5,000 people taking part in the Easter egg hunt over the past few weeks. The trail goes through the estate's gardens, and involves tracking down golden egg boxes which eventually lead to a special chocolate Easter egg.
Hattie Parker from Wimpole Estate said:
"It's a really good family fun day out. It's something al the family can do together which is great.
"We've had 5,150 trails go out so far and all the children coming back and collecting their chocolate eggs - it's very exciting I think for everybody!"
A woman who died in a road traffic collision in Loddon, Norfolk has been named as Christine Coulton, 62, from Bowthorpe, Norwich.
The three vehicle collision took place at 4.40pm on Thursday (17 April) on the A146 near to the High Bungay Road.
Four other people injured in the collision, including Ms Coulton's daughter, remain in hospital in a stable condition.
Today, the family of Ms Coulton issued the following tribute:
"Christine was a hugely devoted daughter, partner, mother, sister, aunty and friend to many, many people.
"Her loss has devastated us as a family and we are struggling to come to terms with such tragic news.
"Our thoughts are currently with her daughter who remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital. "The family would like to express their thanks to all the emergency services who attended the scene and for the on-going support by police and the countless messages received via Facebook.
"We also extend our best wishes for a speedy recovery to the families of the other parties injured."
The police investigation continues and any witnesses are asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.
Detectives are investigating after a man received stab injuries during an incident in Norwich's Riverside area last night.
It happened at around 9.45pm on Riverside Road, between Gas Hill and Rosary Road.
The victim, a 31 year old man, was assaulted by a group of men, sustaining stab injuries to his face and neck. He remains at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital today where his condition is described as stable.
Police are looking for three to four males, who it's believed are known the victim.
– Det Sgt Dave Freeman, Norwich CID
"This was a nasty assault and happened at what would have been a busy time in the Riverside area. We are appealing for any witnesses to contact police with information."
Anyone with information is asked to contact DS Freeman at Bethel Street on 101.
A group of Christians are walking across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk as part of Britain's oldest annual Easter pilgrimage.
They set off from Ely and are among around 275 people making their way to the shrine at Walsingham - from various parts of the country.
Detectives investigating a burglary at Mecca Bingo in Norwich have released CCTV images of three men they want to speak to.
It follows an incident on 11 January 2013 when suspect(s) broke into the Aylsham Road club and forced open slot and change machines stealing cash.
Police are keen to identify the men pictured in the CCTV images, who may be able to assist with enquiries.
Anyone with information should contact Det Con Andy Tomlinson at Norwich CID on 101** or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.**
One of the most prestigious sporting events in the region gets underway today.
The Burnham Market International Horse Trials start today and the event has attracted a number of elite riders including William Fox-Pitt, Pippa Funnell and Norfolk's girl Piggy French.
Twenty four people who were arrested as part of a national investigation into high-value museum thefts have had their bail extended.
The 20 men, two women and two teenage boys were arrested in September in connection with six crimes over a four-month period at museums and auction houses across England.
Chinese artefacts and rhinoceros horn were targeted in six incidents - including incidents at the Norwich Castle Museum in Norfolk and the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.
All 24 have had their bail extended until September 9 and 10.