Clubbers were breathalysed at the door of Norwich nightclubs in a new police initiative to curb binge drinking and anti-social behaviour.
A former boxing world champion from Norfolk is starting a jail sentence after being caught selling drugs to an undercover reporter.
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A new recycling centre opens today, but it's not for your everyday waste.
The facility at Norwich International Airport will be used to dismantle and recycle aircraft.
It's being launched by KLM UK Engineering and is the only facility of its kind in East Anglia.
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A young Britain's Got Talent finalist from Norwich is releasing a single to raise awareness of bullying.
15-year-old Ronan Parke's song draws on his own experiences and will raise money for charity, Kidscape.
He will chatting to Jonathan and Becky on tonight's ITV News Anglia at 6 o'clock.
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A simple and quick test has been discovered by scientists that uses gold mixed with sugar to tell whether or not you have human flu, or a more serious form such as bird flu.
The method has been developed by experts at the John Innes Centre and the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
The test can detect strains of the flu virus quickly and results are almost instant. Current testing methods can take up to 48 hours for results to come through.
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Scientists in Norwich have invented a quick and simple way to test for flu, using sugar mixed with gold.
The colour of the sugar changes according to the strain of flu.
Quick diagnosis of flu is important, because vaccination and antiviral drugs need to be administered to patients within 48 hours of infection.
Attention will now turn towards finding a way of marketing the test commercially.
Scientists in Norwich have patented a quick and simple way to test for flu by using sugar labelled with gold.
Quick diagnosis of flu is important because vaccination and antiviral drugs need to be administered to patients within 48 hours of infection.
The colour the sugar changes to will differ according to the strain of flu.
Researchers on the Norwich Research park have now patented the quick and simple dipstick test.
Professor Rob Field from the John Innes Centre said, "We are now looking for a diagnostics company to help us bring it to market."
Professor Field along with Professor David Russell from the University of East Anglia made the discovery.