Tory peer Lord Ballyedmond was among four killed after a helicopter crashed in Beccles.
A specialist seal centre needs help caring for the 120 pups they have taken in since the Norfolk storms in December.
Round up of the US press on the helicopter crash in North Norfolk.
Shooter Michael Gault's bid to become the outright most successful Commonwealth athlete of all time is over after he missed out on a place in the final of the 50m air pistol.
Competing at his sixth Games, the 60-year-old Norfolk grandfather drew level with fellow shooter Phillip Adams on Saturday when he won his 18th medal, taking bronze in the 10m discipline.
Afterwards Gault said he had achieved what he came out of retirement for, and that he would be "chillaxing" when he stepped back on to the range for today's event.
But despite shooting a competitive total of 529 from his six rounds, Gault bowed out of the competition in 13th place.
Norfolk Police said a man was pronounced dead at the scene after falling into a grain silo.
Police, firefighters and paramedics were called to business premises in Fincham, Norfolk, at around 11.05am.
An investigation has been launched and a spokesman said a cordon is currently in place while inquiries continue.
Sick tortoise Humphrey is slowly recovering from a serious case of gout after being being treated with human cancer drugs.
The 80-year-old was left with painful swelling joints after years of eating vegetables.
The Norfolk Tortoise Club feared they would have to put him down but he became well again within a week after vet Sarah Pellet came up with the idea of administering medication used to treat leukemia.
Four men have been arrested in connection with the death of a 20-year-old man in Hemsby, near Great Yarmouth.
Norfolk Police said the arrests were made after the man was found with serious injuries at a property on The Glebe last night. He later died in hospital.
A total of 20 children and 10 adults were on board the 71-seater coach when a nine-year-old boy fell from the vehicle on the A47 near King's Lynn this afternoon
The youngsters are from Stamford Rugby Club in Lincolnshire and were travelling home after playing in a tournament at Holt in north Norfolk when the incident happened.
Superintendent Dave Marshall said:
This is a serious incident which has left a nine-year-old boy fighting for his life.
The circumstances of how the boy came to fall from the coach will form part of our investigation and it would be inappropriate to speculate further at this stage.
The boy's parents, who were travelling with the teams, are being supported by specially trained officers.
A nine-year-old boy is in hospital with "life-threatening injuries" after falling from a coach this afternoon, police have said.Officers in Norfolk said nobody else was injured in the incident, which happened at around 3.45pm on the A47 trunk road near King's Lynn.
A police spokesman said: "The boy has been taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn with life-threatening injuries.
"A number of other people were on board the coach at the time and no other passengers were injured."
The road is expected to remain closed for some time and local diversions have been put in place.Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
An investigation into the helicopter crash in which Conservative peer Lord Ballyedmond and three others died in Norfolk has not yet identified any technical malfunction that might have caused the accident, a special bulletin from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch has said.
Air quality monitoring stations across the UK measure particles of dust in the air that can be breathed into the lungs.
ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn visited a monitoring station in King's Lynn in Norfolk:
Health manager Dave Robson of King's Lynn and West Norfolk Council told ITV News the levels at the local station were "above what we'd normally see".
Investigators poring over the wreckage of the helicopter crash which killed Conservative peer Lord Ballyedmond and three others have begun recovering debris from the wreckage.
Two pilots killed in the crash in Norfolk were named as Carl Dickerson, chief pilot at Haughey Air Ltd, and Lee Hoyle, a co-pilot at the company, which was owned by the Tory entrepreneur who was one of the richest men in Northern Ireland.
The fourth man who died was named locally as Declan Small, 42, a foreman who worked for Lord Ballyedmond. He came from Mayobridge, Co Down.