A man in his 60s has died after suffering serious head injuries in a car crash in Norfolk.
He was driving on the A1066 from Diss towards Thetford on 11 January, when his car left the roadside and crashed into a tree.
He was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, where he died on 28 January.
House prices in East Anglia have seen the biggest jump in value in Britain this year.
The strongest growth for 2016 was in Diss in Norfolk, at around 16%, according to a property website.
A dog has drowned after it got into trouble in a lake in Norfolk.
It's thought the springer spaniel had escaped from a family home and got into difficulty in the Diss Mere.
Council maintenance worker John Hanser saw that the animal was struggling and jumped in to help, but was unable to reach him in time.
I’m just upset, I love Springer Spaniels.
I thought, if I can get him, I will. I know I shouldn’t have tried, but I couldn’t leave the poor thing out there.
You do these things, and I thought he was close enough to get, but he turned around and paddled off. It was so cold, I thought, I can’t get to him, and sure enough he went under.
The Council have warned people of the importance of keeping their pets on leads near the Mere at all times following the incident.
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Police are appealing for help to trace the friends and family of a man who died in Diss recently.
74 year old Christopher Charles Monarch, was found dead at his home in Constable Close yesterday.
There are no suspicious circumstances.
Officers would like to trace anyone who may have known Christopher as no family members can currently be located.
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