Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash on the A47 in Suffolk, after a HGV lorry hit a pedestrian.
It collision happened just north of Rackham’s Corner in Lowestoft at 2.50pm.
The pedestrian has been taken to the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston, Norfolk. Her injuries are thought to be serious.
The northbound carriageway remains closed, but the southbound carriageway is open.
Diversions have been put in place while an investigation is carried out.
Drivers have been warned to find alternative routes.
Police are hunting a man who exposed himself outside a primary school in Norfolk.
A teenage girl was walking by the junior school at Burgh Road in Gorleston on Monday March 6th when she was approached by the man.
He was white and in his 30s with a goatee beard, black cap and black cardigan.
These pictures show communities in Gorleston, Norfolk, working hard to protect their homes from a tidal surge.
The first high tide, at about 9.40am, passed without any major disruption but it is feared this evening's could be worst than initially feared.
The next high tide is due at Gorleston at about 9.49pm.
Homeowners are hoping these sandbags will help keep them and their properties safe.
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A 19-year-old man from Gorleston in Norfolk has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a jewellers at Beccles in Suffolk.
The man handed himself in to police at Lowestoft this morning, following warrants at addresses in the Great Yarmouth area yesterday, and was arrested on suspicion of robbery.
He has been taken into custody where he will be interviewed in connection with the incident in New Market in Beccles around 4pm on Friday (16 September).
Police are continuing enquiries to trace those involved in the robbery and are asking anyone with information to call Lowestoft CID
Four fire crews and an aerial ladder were called to a fire at a former care home in Gorleston on the Norfolk coast last night.
The blaze broke out at the empty building on Lowestoft Road around nine thirty and people in the area were warned to keep their windows and doors shut.
Norfolk Fire Service say the seat of the blaze was on a first floor balcony of the building which has 12 bedrooms. Arson has not been ruled out.
It took 40 minutes to bring the flames under control.
No-one was injured.
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An RAF veteran from Norfolk who died without any family is getting the send-off he deserves.
A Facebook post appealing for people to attend his funeral in Gorleston today was shared hundreds of times.
John Davies was 94 when he died in Great Yarmouth earlier this month.
He had spent time in the US, Canada and India with the RAF but his funeral was due to be poorly attended.
This morning almost 100 people turned out to pay their respects and see him on his final journey.
A mother of two from Norfolk has broken the UK record for bagging a bargain.
Holly Smith from Gorleston managed to buy £1164 worth of shopping from Tesco using just coupons that she had collected.
She's donated everything she bought, including food and toys, to the Norfolk charity, The Benjamin Foundation who help homeless youngsters.
Another of the region's hospitals has gone into the red.
Managers of the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston have revealed a £5 million shortfall.
They blame a rise in demand and increased cost pressures.
They say patient safety will remain the top priority as they look at ways of balancing the books.
"We've discussed a range of measures that we would take to ensure that we return to financial balance.
That will include transformation projects, for example how we manage our drug budget and how we ensure that we get the best care that we can for our patients."