Five men have been arrested after a disturbance on the outskirts of Norwich.
Police were called to New Costessey on Saturday afternoon to reports of a disturbance between two groups of people on a footpath between Dereham Road and the North Earlham estate.
Six people were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich hospital with injuries; however, they are not thought to be serious.
Five men, all aged between 22 and 36-years-old , were arrested in connection with the incident.
A Norfolk veteran, who was told he didn't qualify for a bravery award, has now received one.
Jack Webster from New Costessey near Norwich, flew in Lancasters in WWII.
He was told he hadn't flown enough operations, but now he's been given the award for those who served with Bomber Command.
Several cars have been damaged in a fire at a workshop on the outskirts of Norwich this afternoon.
Nine fire appliances were called to Gurney Road, New Costessey at 3.30 this afternoon (May 23).
Two propane gas cylinders were in the workshop and the crews worked to keep them cool and prevent the fire from spreading. Several nearby trees also caught fire.