Heavy showers overnight. Fine for most of Sunday.Read the full story ›
Norfolk police aree reminding people to think twice before entering rivers or lakes to cool off from the recent warm weather.
After temperatures spiked this week, people are urged to be conscious of open, unguarded bodies of water which may contain dangerous currents, particularly in light of the recent intensive and prolonged rain which preceded the warm spell.
Police say even the strongest and experienced swimmers can get into difficulties due to undercurrents in deeper water.
“It certainly seems like a long time ago since we had such great weather, and with it being so warm going for a swim can be tempting. We ask people to remember that recent wet weather has caused local rivers to swell above their normal levels, which has created a much more dangerous environment. If you are looking to cool off by going for a swim, please use safe areas such as leisure centres and lidos and stay safe while enjoying the glorious weather."
The family of Dave Gooch, who was killed in a crash in March, have said he was "hugely caring, warm hearted and generous".Read the full story ›
Chris Wright is running the marathon in memory of his daughter Demi who died from cancer aged just 22.Read the full story ›
An 87-year-old man from King's Lynn has been jailed for eight years after admitting child sex offences dating back to the 1960s.Read the full story ›
The UK has seen its hottest day in April for nearly 70 years and temperatures in the Anglia region peaked at 28°C in the Anglia region.Read the full story ›
A rise in car parking charges at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn will wipe out staff's NHS pay rise according to Unite.Read the full story ›
Weather conditions will be mainly dry, very warm and often sunny. Isolated showers may break out during the afternoon.Read the full story ›
The Welney Wetland centre in Norfolk is celebrating after the common crane Grus grus bred there for the first time since arriving in March.Read the full story ›
We've been catching up with marathon man Simon Kindleysides ahead of Sunday's big challenge.
Simon, from Blofield in Norfolk, is hoping to become the fastest person - and the first man - to complete the London Marathon in a futuristic exoskeleton suit. He expects it to take him around 35 hours over two days.
He's needed a wheelchair since a brain tumour five years ago. But now the father of three is back on his feet and hoping to raise thousands for the Brain Tumour Charity
Becky Jago caught up with him...