The Duke of Cambridge will start his new job as a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance this month.
The charity, which serves Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, confirmed that Prince William will begin flying patients to hospital on 13 of July.
The 32-year-old has completed his training after taking six weeks paternity leave before the birth of his daughter Princess Charlotte in May.
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The sea defences at Hemsby in Norfolk are finally in place after a month long operation.
The unique honeycomb design was created by a local firm to stop the waves destroying even more of the sand dunes.
The 100 metre stretch of concrete cost 100 thousand pounds and was paid for by local fundraising.
Greater Anglia say there are delays and cancellations on the Norwich to Cambridge line after a person was struck by a train at Wymondham.
Norfolk Fire Service have confirmed that a blaze in Thetford Forest has now grown to 30 acres.
Firefighters have been tackling the blaze since 2pm near Kingfisher Lake.
Suffolk Police have been called in to assist. The cause still isn't known.
A hundred people have been treated by St John Ambulance staff at today's Norfolk show.
With temperatures soaring, 50 of those people were treated for sunstroke, exhaustion and dehydration.
Five people have been taken to hospital.
With the upcoming christening of Princess Charlotte in Norfolk this Sunday the Royal Mint has unveiled a special commemorative coin.
Made to mark the occasion, the silver £5 coin features two harp playing cherubs surrounded by lilies.
The Christening at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham will be the first time the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George and baby Charlotte will be seen all together.
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Firefighters are currently dealing with a large blaze in Thetford Forest.
At least nine Norfolk fire appliances are on their way to deal with the fire which is burning near Kingfisher Lake.
Suffolk Police are also helping to control traffic near the scene, because the blaze has been determined as just being in the county.
Around two acres of the forest is on fire. The cause isn't yet known.
More details to follow