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Police search for 52-year-old missing woman

Selina Sadler Credit: Norfolk Police

Police are appealing for help in tracing a 52 year old woman who has gone missing from the Hellesdon area of Norwich.

Selina Sadlerwas last seen near the Asda store on Drayton High Rd, Norwich at around 2.30 pm on Friday 28th August 2015.

She is described as white, medium build with brown shoulder length hair. She was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, burgundy cardigan, dark burgundy trousers, flat black shoes and was carrying a patchwork shoulder bag with an elephant print on it.

Police say Selina is very distinctive as she only has one tooth.

30th truckers convoy draws the crowds

The Trucks leaving Norwich

Dozens of trucks formed a convoy through Norfolk and Suffolk today raising thousands of pounds for sick children.

It's the thirtieth year of the East Coast Truckers convoy from Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Hundreds of spectators lined the route to wave on the drivers who all carried poorly youngsters with them in their cabs.

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Nearly 4000 runners in 10k event

The start of Run Norwich

More than 3,800 people, including around 400 first time runners, took part in Norwich's first ever 10k race

Run Norwich passed by many of the city's landmarks, including Carrow Road and the Cathedral, and runners raised money for charity. It's organised by Norwich City Community Sports Foundation.

Jake Humphrey in the 10k run

It's organised by Norwich City Community Sports Foundation. TV sports presenter Jake Humphrey was one of those taking part.

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Historic pub given special protection

The Gatehouse pub

A Norwich pub has been named as one of 21 across the country to be given special protection.

The Gatehouse in Dereham Road was built by Morgans Brewery in 1934. Now it's been granted Grade Two listed status after Heritage England said it wanted to preserve inns with designs shaped by the improved pub movement that followed the first world war when many were rebuilt.

Bank Holiday getaway starts

It's the last Bank Holiday weekend of the summer and as ever there are predictions that those taking advantage of the break face travel delays and uncertain weather.

It's estimated that nearly 300,000 people will be flying out of Stansted Airport... while Luton Airport says its figures are up 15 per cent on last year. The AA predicts 13 million of us will take to the roads lured by cheaper petrol..

Click below to watch our report from Wesley Smith

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