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.
The standard of medical care received by a former UEA student has been criticised by the Patients' Association.
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.
Officers are at the scene of a crash that took place earlier this evening in Norwich involving a police car and a taxi.
It happened at about 6.50pm on the A140 Boundary Road at the junction with Aylsham Road.
The police vehicle, a Ford Transit Connect, was responding to an emergency call at the time.
Norfolk Police said the male driver of the taxi complained of neck pain but was otherwise unhurt and did not need treatment.
The male driver of the police car sustained a minor injury to his arm. No one else was involved.
Boundary Road remains closed while the vehicles are recovered and drivers have been warned to expect lengthy delays into the evening as enquiries continue.
Two arrests have been made this evening following reports of an attempted armed robbery at a university campus.
Norfolk Police have confirmed they are at the scene of a live incident at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
A spokesman said two people had been detained but was unable to release any more information.
A 22-year-old man from Norwich has been arrested in connection with an incident where a shattered pane of glass injured six people.
He was arrested on suspicion of aggravated criminal damage.
Police were called to the Kartel nightclub on London Street to a report that a large pane of glass in a conservatory roof had broken resulting in shards of glass falling on customers.
Three males, in their 20s and 30s, and three females, in their 20s, received minor injuries.
The owner of nightclub in Norwich says somebody "may have thrown something at the ceiling" after broken glass injured six people.
Brad Baxter, owner of Kartel on London Street, said police would be going through CCTV footage to find out what had happened.
He added that one girl suffered a cut to her nose and others had cuts to their heads, after a glass roof broke at around 4am.
A large pane of glass fell on revellers in a Norwich nightclub early this morning.
Six people were injured at the Kartel nightclub in London Street after broken glass fell from a conservatory roof.
Six people received non-life-threatening injuries, which are described as minor and superficial.
Five were taken to hospital for treatment. All of those who sustained injuries were conscious and breathing at the time.
The club was evacuated as a precautionary measure. The pane of glass involved was about five foot by two foot in size.