Patients in Norfolk are being urged to return unwanted medicines to their local pharmacy for safe disposal.
The NHS is launching a major campaign to reduce medicine waste which could help them save millions of pounds each year. They're reminding people to think before they re-order prescriptions.
The Hurn Chemist in Norwich is behind the campaign.
"Basically all medicine should be disposed of properly, and unfortunately that means it needs to be incinerated- it shouldn't go into household waste. So part of the campaign is to make sure people are disposing of medicine carefully and in a responsible manner"
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Firefighters are on the scene of a blaze at a chemistry laboratory in Norwich.
More than half a dozen crews were called to the University of East Anglia just before 10:30 this morning. The building has been evacuated.
East Anglia rail passengers had a particularly difficult morning.
The 8am Norwich to London train broke down, leading to long delays for passengers on that route.
The Greater Anglia train company warned that services between Norwich and London could be cancelled or delayed by up to 60 minutes.
Another broken-down train resulted in delays between Sheffield and Derby/Nottingham, with those travelling with the CrossCountry, East Midlands Trains and Northern Rail companies affected.
A 28 year-old woman has been charged with a robbery in Norwich.
Victoria Bevins of Shipfield, Norwich was charged with attempted robbery and possession of an offensive weapon.
The charge relates to an incident which took place at lunchtime on Thursday 16th October in Magdalen Street, Norwich.
Bevins was remanded in police custody to appear before Norwich Magistrates court on Monday 20th October.
Police are investigating the death of an elderly woman at a hospital in Norwich.
Officers were called to the Julian Hospital in Bowthorpe Road at 12.10pm yesterday.
The woman was a patient at the facility, officers were on the scene for most of yesterday.
Her death is being treated as unexplained.
This video taken by a viewer shows one of the three cows that ran riot on a main road in Norwich on Saturday.
The A140 Ipswich road was shut for seven hours while police tried to capture all three.
Two were shot and the third was found dead the following morning.
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Norfolk Police say they had to shoot two cows after three escaped from a field in Norwich and caused a main route into the city to be shut.
The cows got out of a field near Hall Road and were wandering near the A140 Ipswich Road. The road had to be closed at about 5pm last night and was not reopened until after midnight.
It's thought two cows were shot at about 7pm but the third remained on the loose. It was found dead this morning.
In interests of public safety two distressed cows roaming free are destroyed by trained firearms police in #Norwich.
Attempts to locate the third cow remain on-going and the affected roads remain closed. Police thank motorists for their patience.