25 April 2014 Last updated at 04:09 ET

Bat faeces 'showers' parishionersNatterer's bat hibernating in crevice

Bats "showering" parishioners with faeces and urine at a Norfolk church appear to have "more rights that the worshiping community", a vicar says.


Johanna YoungExtra time to quiz murder suspect

Police are given more time to question man arrested over the murder of a 14-year-old girl who went missing in 1992.

Red squirrel kitten (left) and motherSquirrel 'supermum' stuns wardens

A red squirrel at a conservation centre in Norfolk stuns wardens by producing her 48th kitten in six years.

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Hillsborough tributes at AnfieldFirm ends deal over Hillsborough row

Newspaper deal ended over column comments

Deborah McGurran, Political editor, East of England Article written by Deborah McGurran Deborah McGurran Political editor, East of England

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Controversial plans for an incinerator in King's Lynn have been effectively scrapped leaving the council tax payer with a bill for £30m.

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