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Norwich flat fire death not suspicious

A man died after a flat fire in West Pottergate in Norwich Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police investigating the death of a man following a flat fire in Norwich say it is not suspicious.

Officers were called to the fire in West Pottergate at around 12pm yesterday lunchtime, where they found a man inside.

A file will now be passed to the Coroner.

Man dies in flat fire in Norwich

West Pottergate, Norwich Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man has died after a flat fire in Norwich which happened at around 12pm today.

The man was discovered in the flat in West Pottergate in the city.

Emergency services tried to resuscitate him, but he died at the scene.

An investigation has begun into the cause of the fire.

Man dies in flat fire Credit: ITV News Anglia

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Man's body found in back garden

Police are investigating the sudden death of a man in Norwich.

Hansard Road, Norwich Credit: ITV News Anglia
Hansard Road, Norwich Credit: ITV News Anglia

Officers were called to a house on Hansard Road at about 4.15pm yesterday. They found the body of a man, aged in his fifties, in the back garden.

The police are treating the man's death as unexplained and are making futher enquiries.

A post mortem examination is expected to take place tomorrow.

Man charged after two dogs are shot in Norwich

A man has been charged about two dogs were shot at Mousehold Heath in Norwich on Wednesday. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A man has been charged about two dogs were shot at Mousehold Heath in Norwich on Wednesday.

Police were called at 3pm following reports of an armed man in the area.

It's thought that the dogs were shot with an air weapon and they required veterinary treatment.

20-year-old Kerney Grantham from Yarmouth Road in Norwich has been charged with possession of an air weapon in a public place, two counts of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal, two counts of criminal damage in relation to the animals, and possession of a knife in a public place.

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Norfolk and Norwich Hospital raises £600,000 needed to speed up cancer treatment

The Norfolk and Norwich Hospital has raised the £600,000 it needs to be able to treat cancer patients quicker. Credit: ITV News Anglia

The Norfolk and Norwich Hospital has raised the £600,000 it needs to be able to treat cancer patients quicker.

It'll now be able to offer brachytherapy which will cut treatments times from seven and a half weeks to just three.

At present patients have to travel to Cambridge or London for the treatment which targets radiotherapy internally resulting in lower potential for tissue damage.

Two hurt after police car crashes

Two women have been injured after a police car on an emergency call, collided with another car in Norwich.

The incident happened on Grapes Hill shortly after 9.30pm on Friday 28th November. The police car, a Ford Focus was in collision with a Fiat 500.

The female driver of the police car and the female driver of the Fiat both sustained minor injuries and were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for treatment.

No-one else was hurt or involved in the collision.

Former and current Norfolk Police officers charged over £1.1million fraud

Norfolk Police HQ. Credit: PA

A former and current police officer from Norwich have been charged over their alleged involvement in £1.1million fraud.

31-year-old PC Catriona Staff, 31, and her husband, Ben Staff, who's 33 and is a former officer,have been charged along with another man, 50-year-old Kevin Nixon from Stratton Strawless.

It follows an investigation by the Eastern Region Specialist Operation Unit into the operations of a construction business and the development of a recycling centre outside Norwich.

They've been released on bail.

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