A driver has been sentenced to two years in jail for causing the death of a motorcyclist.
Nasreen Bibi, who's 44 and comes from Crown Street in Peterborough, was sentenced at Cambridge Crown Court after being found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
She was driving a Toyota Avensis on the southbound carriageway of the A15 on Paston Parkway when she collided with a Yamaha motorbike.
The rider, 45-year-old Jay Patel, suffered fatal injuries.
Norwich Manager Chris Hughton has been found guilty of failing to disclose the name of the driver of his car after it was clocked exceeding the speed limit in Solihull.
He appeared at Solihull Magistrates' Court this morning. He will receive six points on his license as well as a £1,000 fine and was ordered to pay £600 in court costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
It was alleged the former Newcastle United boss' car was recorded breaking the speed limit in in February.
Paul Napier, 48, from Ingenook in Essex has appeared in connection with the death of a man at Ipswich docks.
A retired vicar has appeared in court in Ipswich charged with fifteen sex offences which allegedly took place between 1990 and 2004.
An Essex man has been jailed for his part in an insider dealing ring.
Southwark Crown Court heard Ali Mustafa, a print room assistant at UBS, and his brother Ersin, an operations manager in the confidential print room at JP Morgan Cazenove stole documents on secret takeovers or mergers.
They then passed them on to five traders, who made a profit of more than £700,000 by spread betting. Ali Mustafa, 31, of Basildon, was jailed for three years six months.
Also jailed for three-and-a-half years were Pardip Saini, 39, of Plumstead and Paresh Shah, 47, of Potters Bar.
Traders Bijal Shah, 37, of Harrow, and Truptesh Patel, 49, of Wapping, received two year terms. Neten Shah, 49, of Edgware, north London was sentenced to 18 months. Broker Mitesh Shah, 45, from New Barnet, was acquitted at an earlier hearing of insider dealing, while Ersin fled to Northern Cyprus.
A man accused of stealing a million pounds from a security van almost 20 years ago has appeared in court.
Eddie Maher appeared at Ipswich Magistrates via videolink this morning. He spoke only to confirm his home address, which he gave as being in Eastbourne in East Sussex.
He's accused of driving off in a security van while delivering money to a bank in Felixstowe in 1993. The case was adjourned until August 7th.
A former Army cadet from Suffolk has received £27,500 after being left with the hearing of an 80-year-old following a firing drill.
Storm Rae, 23, had to give up a Sandhurst scholarship after suffering ear damage during an exercise in Norway, her lawyers, Irwin Mitchell, said.
The firm claimed Miss Rae was given insufficient ear protection and suffered permanent and constant tinnitus. Her hearing was described as that of a typical 80-year-old.
The Ministry of Defence did not admit any wrong-doing but has agreed to a £27,500 out-of-court settlement, a statement added.
She is now living in London and training for a job in financial services.