Scientists in Norfolk have made a breakthrough in the fight against Ash Dieback disease. The deadly fungal infection has already been found at hundreds of sites across the UK.
Now researchers have made important genetic discoveries that could save millions of trees from the disease.
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Little sign of spring this weekend, despite its official start on Sunday in the meteorological calendar
Staff and residents at Suffolk's YMCA's will be sleeping rough tonight to raise money for the services they provide.
Norfolk Police have released the following statement warning of limited access to areas surrounding Carrow Road in Norwich on Sunday