In the latest in our Hidden Histories series, Tanya Mercer looks at the Backs in Cambridge - once a huge First World War hospital site.
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A man carried out a brutal attack in Great Yarmouth leaving a victim with severe brain damage while on licence from prison.
Norwich City have signed highly-rated Falkirk midfielder Conor McGrandles for an undisclosed fee.
The exact cost of the transfer hasn't been revealed by either club, but it's thought that the Canaries have paid in excess of £1million to land the 18-year-old.
Norwich made the decision to move for McGrandles following a recommendation from current Norwich assistant manager Gary Holt, who left Falkirk this summer.
The Bairns have described it as a record sale for them, with McGrandles signing a three-year contract, with the option of a further 12 months, at Carrow Road.
– Conor McGrandles, Norwich City
"It feels brilliant to be here, a dream come true really. I never expected it to happen so quick, but I'm just really delighted to be here.
I know Gary Holt through our time at Falkirk and he was a big factor in me coming here. He told me all about the place and sold it really well."
Meanwhile, Norwich could be set to announce another new signing today with the club thought to be closing in on Club Brugge midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe.
It's understood that the Belgian has now penned a three-year contract after the two clubs agreed a fee of between €4million and €5million.
That fee would rise again if the Canaries gained promotion to the Premier League.
A 74-year-old former Scout master from King's Lynn has pleaded guilty to abusing young boys.
Barry Warren, of Clifton Road, admitted at Norwich Crown Court, two counts of gross indecency against boys under the age of 13. The offences took place in the early 90s and involved him abusing children he had come into contact with during his role as a Scout master.
Norfolk Police believe there may be other victims who may not have come forward.
– DC Debbie Payne, Child Abuse Investigation Unit
"Warren clearly misused his position of trust to take his unassuming victims on trips on the Norfolk Broads and swimming at the weekends. He then used these trips as an opportunity to abuse them.
"We believe there may be other victims who have not been contacted as part of this investigation. Every allegation of abuse is fully investigated by Norfolk Police, with specialist officers guiding victims through the process. Support and advice is available from a range of agencies and police work closely with partners to work towards the successful prosecution of offenders.”
Warren has been released on bail to be sentenced next month.
The draw for the third round of the Capital One League Cup has been made.
MK Dons reward for their historic win over Manchester United is a home tie against Bradford City.
Norwich City will travel to League Two Shrewsbury Town.
A scaffolder working on St Nicholas' chapel in King's Lynn has been attracting the crowds.
Adam Watson - dubbed the singing scaffolder - has been serenading people while he works and his colleagues love all the crooning.
ITV Anglia's Natalie Gray went along to meet the man raising the roof:
With X-Factor kicking off this weekend on ITV we're in the season for showing off your singing skills.
If like Adam Watson you are brave enough to hold a tune - send us a video of you singing in your place of work.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 27-year-old woman reported missing from Great Yarmouth.
Amy Hetherington, who lives in the Tottenham Street area of the town, was last seen at her home address at around midday.
Officers are keen to hear from Amy or anyone with information concerning her current whereabouts to ensure she is safe and well.
Amy is described as white, 5ft 4", of small build, with dark auburn shoulder length hair. She was wearing a black top with a tiger on it and blue denim jeans when she disappeared.
Anyone with information concerning his whereabouts should contact Norfolk Police on 101.
More than 42,000 incidents of domestic abuse were recorded across Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk last year.
One community housing group in Braintree is raising awareness in the hope of encouraging more victims to speak out.
ITV Anglia's Hannah Pettifer went to meet one woman who was in an abusive relationship for two years - her words are spoken by an actor to protect her identity.
Click below to watch the report:
Help and support available for domestic abuse victims:
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have found some European holiday destinations could become hotspots for dengue fever.
Experts say the risk of the illness, which is spread by mosquitos, could increase due to climate change.
Click below to watch Olivia Paterson's report: