Rather cloudy at times. Bright spells on Sunday.
People in Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire want urgent action to improve safety on a nearby road, after a number of serious and fatal accidents
Thames Coastguard has co ordinated a rescue involving Southwold & Aldeburgh lifeboats after 3 fishermen had to abandon their sinking boat
The National Crime Agency is investigating a fresh series of football match-fixing allegations after claims that a former Stevenage player said he could influence games in return for cash.
Sam Sodje allegedly boasted that he could control events such as bookings, according to allegations in the Sun on Sunday_
It is also alleged that Sodje punched an opponent in the groin to get sent off and receive a bung of £70,000. The incident allegedly occurred when he was playing for Portsmouth against Oldham Athletic in February this year. Sodje made 32 appearances for Stevenage when they were a non-league side
Service suspended on Greater Anglia between Beccles and Lowestoft due to earlier poor weather. Tickets being accepted on routes 64, 65, 66, 75, 76 and 77 on First Suffolk Bus services between Ipswich and Saxmundham.
Due to the North Sea tidal surge, trains will be disrupted until at least Wedneday 11th December. Trains between Ipswich and Felixstowe have resumed
Police are appealing for help in tracing a missing 15-year-old girl from Kesgrave in Suffolk. Tiffany Ambrose was last seen at around 8pm on Friday night.She left her home address in Windrush Road, Kesgrave and has not returned since.
She is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build, with blond hair that is shaved on the right hand side and brushed over to the left. She also has blue eyes and a stud in her right eyebrow.
She was last seen wearing black leggings, a green camouflage jacket and possibly white trainers.
Officers believe Tiffany is still in the local area and are asking anyone with information as to where she is to get in contact immediately on 101.
One year on since the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk took up his post, the county’s Police and Crime Panel will hold Stephen Bett to account for the progress he has made to date.
The Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner have been invited to the Police and Crime meeting at County Hall, Norwich to answer questions. Members of staff from the Commissioner’s office as well as Norfolk Constabulary’s Chief Constable Simon Bailey will also be in attendance.
South Norfolk Councillor Dr Christopher Kemp, Vice Chairman of the Norfolk Police and Crime Panel, said: “It is important that we hold Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner to account publicly for the progress he has made in delivering against his Ten Pledges during his first year in office.
"The people of Norfolk, will I am sure, want to know the full extent of Mr Bett’s activities and decisions during his first year.”
The next meeting is being held in the Edwards Room at County Hall, Norwich at 12pm on Friday 13 December with members of the public welcome to attend.
Three fishermen have been rescued off Dunwich in Suffolk after their boat sprung a leak this morning and sunk within three minutes.
Thames Coastguard says lifeboats attended from Aldeburgh and Southwold and found the men on a life raft which had been launched from the stricken vessel.
Its thought the 10 metre long Southern Star, a registered fishing boat, which had set out from Lowestoft had developed a mechanical problem at 10am which allowed it to take on water.
Another vessel the 'Mistress Three' picked up the three men and transferred them to the Southwold Lifeboat, they were then taken to shore. No injuries have been reported.
Disruption on Greater Anglia between Cambridge and Norwich due to person hit by a train at Brandon.All lines are currently blocked through the affected area. Disruption is expected until approximately 14:45. Also affecting East Midlands Trains