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Latitude Festival: Clear up underway

The clean up has begun after this year's Latitude festival.

It's been the most successful year yet for the event - with 35 thousand people attending every day.

This year's Latitude festival Credit: ITV Anglia

Local singer Ed Sheeran made two surprise appearances at the festival and thousands watched the big headline acts.

But now the site must be returned to normal and it's not a small job.

Click below to watch our report from Tanya Mercer.

Number of people donating organs dropping

The number of people who donate organs after death has dropped for the first time in more than a decade.

Organ transplant operation Credit: ITV Anglia

Across Norfolk, Suffolk Essex and Cambridgeshire there were 15 fewer transplants in the last year.

Doctors say unless there is a revolution in attitudes towards organ donation then people on the waiting list will continue to die needlessly.

Click below to watch our report from Victoria Lampard

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Police say digger pursuit has ended peacefully

Police have arrested a man following a pursuit with a 30-tonne articulated dumper truck which started on the A11 in Norfolk.

Officers were called to the Thickthorn roundabout just outside Norwich just after 12.30pm following reports a dumper truck had been stolen and was being driven dangerously.

A number of police resources were involved in the pursuit, including six cars and the NPAS helicopter.

The man, aged in his late 30s, was arrested just after after 2.30pm after the truck stopped on the A134 in Brandon.

He'll now be taken into police custody for questioning.

Police pursuing 30-tonne dumper truck on A11

Police in Norfolk are are currently pursuing a 30-tonne articulated dumper truck along the A11 and are warning drivers to take extra care.

Officers were called to the Thickthorn roundabout just outside Norwich just after 12.30pm following reports the truck had been stolen and was being driven dangerously.

A number of police resources are involved in the pursuit, including six cars and the NPAS helicopter.

At 2pm the vehicle was in the Santon Downham area heading towards Methwold.

Friends and family lay flowers at the scene of the fatal crash

Friends and family head to the scene Credit: Archant

Around 100 friends and family of Matthew Grant and a 28 year old man who hasn't yet been named, who died in west Suffolk on Friday night, have paid tribute by walking to the scene of the crash.

Friends and family head to the scene Credit: Archant

The friends and family laid flowers at the spot where the BMW the two young men were in crashed with a Hyundai i30 and burst into flames.

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