A keen gardener from Norfolk has auctioned off a heart-shaped tomato to raise money for charity.
Rod Matless made the unusual find while tending to his fruit and vegetables in his greenhouse in Wymondham.
The 69-year-old, who suffered a heart attack a few years ago, decided to sell the fruit on eBay to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
A woman in Wales won the tomato for £16, she said she would give it to 'someone special'.
With house prices on the up and fears that first time buyers could be priced out of the market could this be the solution to the housing shortage?
Pre-packed house kits that can be up and ready in just a fortnight. Today, they were rolled out in our region.
Three of them are being built for a housing association at Wymondham in Norfolk.
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Sir Ian McGeechan was guest speaker at Wymondham RFC's annual players' dinner in Norfolk.
Sir Ian won 32 caps for Scotland, coached three tours of the British and Irish Lions, and has served as director of rugby to Scotland, Northampton Saints, Wasps and Bath.
A 1961 Triumph Herald has sold at auction for £13,500. East Anglian Motor Auctions say it was bought by a private overseas buyer.
The Herald is exceptionally rare for only having 20 miles on the clock. It came with its original 1961 tax disc and log book.
A Triumph Herald which has clocked just 20 miles since it was first registered in 1961 will be sold at auction later today.
The car has had just one owner and has spent its whole life in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.
Still sporting its original tax disc, the car is expected to fetch between £12,000 and £15,000 when it goes under the hammer in Wymondham.
A 1961 Triumph Herald which has spent its whole life in Harpenden in Hertfordshire will go under the hammer in Norfolk this weekend with just 20 miles on the clock.
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A burst 10 inch water main is affecting a number of homes in Wymondham and the surrounding area near Norwich. Anglian Water say they are working hard to resture the supply and hope to have the work completed by early afternoon.
Around 2,500 people lost power yesterday and early this morning after a section of overhead power cables came down in the Wymondham and Long Stratton area.
UK Power Networks are still working to repair power supplies to 511 customers in the Silfield area.
The cables came down around 4.20am today but yesterday in Long Stratton another cable fault caused more problems including cuts and flickering lights.
UK Power Networks say this damaged another cable on the network supplying villages in the Wymondham area. Engineers are currently out in Norfolk trying to fix the problems.
Hundreds of homes are still without power in the Wymondham area of South Norfolk after a problem with overhead lines caused several power cuts.
The outage happened at around 4.30am this morning and UK Power Networks have sent engineers to fix the problem. They estimate power will be back on by about 3pm this afternoon.