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Residents are told to prepare to leave after high winds and tides lashed cliff tops.
Residents of 10 seaside chalets "perilously close" to the edge of cliffs have been told to leave their homes after high winds and tides caused further erosion overnight. Norfolk Police said six of the properties at Hemsby, had "a very good chance" of going into the sea In 2013, tidal storms saw three homes in the village washed away. The lifeboat service warned high tides due at 18:50 GMT and easterly 48mph (77km/h) gusts could do similar damage.
The 23-year-old was convicted of rape, sexual assault, false imprisonment and robbery.
A motorcyclist has died after a collision with a lorry in Norfolk this morning.
The biker, in his 50s, died at the scene in Salhouse Road (pictured), Rackheath, near Norwich.
Police were called at 08:50 and closed the road for four hours.
The driver of the Scania HGV was unhurt, they said.
Officers appealed for any witnesses, or those with dashcam footage, to come forward.
Eastern Daily Press
Two places in Norfolk have been included on the Sunday Times Best Places to Live list for 2018.
Norwich and Wymondham are two of 12 locations from across the East of England to be included on the list.
Suffolk is represented by Bungay, Orford, Woodbridge and Hadleigh while Chelmsford in Essex was named the number one spot in the top 12 places to live in the east.
Police have urged motorists to find alternative routes after a crash involving a motorcyclist at about 08:50 this morning.
It happened in Rackheath, to the north east of Norwich.
Norwich City Council has approved measures to tackle homelessness in the city.
The funding of £1.1m from government will be spread across the next three years.
More than £900,000 will fund a consortium led by St Martins Housing Trust to provide support for an increasing number of rough sleepers and vulnerable people.
A second award of £160,000 would focus specifically on supporting homeless families - funding which would go to provider Petit Port.
As part of the plans, 10 full-time posts would be created and the Salvation Army day centre on Pottergate refurbished.
Approval has been given by councillors for motorists in Norwich to be fined for keeping their engines on whilst stuck in traffic.
The city council will now request that the government approves Norwich as a designated local authority which is allowed to issue fixed penalty notices for stationary idling offences.
A report for councillors said the push for fines would help "Norwich to be a safe, clean, low carbon city".
The whole of the area within the inner ring road is designated an air quality management area.
Fines would be set at £20 rising on a scale to £1,000 if drivers failed to comply.
Plans for a new leisure centre in Sheringham are to go on public display next week.
In December, North Norfolk District Council agreed to fund the leisure facility at a cost of £10.7m.
The plans will go on show next Thursday at the ageing Splash centre in the town, which it will eventually replace.
Plans reveal a six-lane 25m pool with a learner pool, gym and fitness studio.
Splash was officially opened by Diana, Princess of Wales in 1988.
Work to fix a sinkhole which appeared in Norwich city centre might not be finished until next week.
It opened up on Rouen Road on Wednesday morning, causing a car to become stuck.
The sinkhole was caused by a damaged water pipe.
Anglian Water had originally said the work would be completed by the end of this week, but has now said it should be finished on Tuesday.
BBC Local Live
Two giants of science are together at last - albeit on the back of a van in Cambridge.
Professor Stephen Hawkingdied yesterday- on the anniversary of Albert Einstein's birth, 14 March.
The coincidence wasn't lost on mud maestro Rick Minns, nicknamed Ruddy Muddy, who took three hours to dab out the images on the back of a Mercedes van.
The artist,from Wicklewood in Norfolk, creates his works of art on dirty white vans using a tissue.
"We felt this boom and the car just went into the hole."
A hole that could be a sinkhole has opened up in Norwich.
Rouen Road is currently closed by Thorn Lane.
I am at the scene and I can see water trickling down the slope, which could be a burst water main.
There is a large indent in the road’s surface surrounding the hole, suggesting a bigger hole could be underneath.
A road in Norwich is currently blocked by a car that's got stuck in a hole.
Police are on the scene at the top of Rouen Road, near its junction with Golden Ball Street.
One of the front wheels of the red Citroen Picasso has sunk into the road surface.
Highways engineers are expected soon to assess the damage.
One vehicle has got stuck in what appears to be a sinkhole in Norwich.
Police say they were called at about 09:50 to Rouen Road, which is currently closed.
Officers remain at the scene and motorists are being asked to avoid the area.
Visitors were hopping to Norwich's main library earlier today for the unveiling of a hare, designed for a new charity trail.
Break, which provides homes and support to young people, will launch the GoGoHares trail in the county on 24 June.
The charity's two previous sculpture trails in 2013 and 2015 featured gorillas (leading to a row with Queen over the Freddie Mercury primate) and dragons, with this year's event gathering together 50 painted hares in the city and another 15 elsewhere in the county.
The sculpture unveiled today has been painted by artist Jo Fiske, from Sprowston (pictured on the left of the photo) and is based on the character Hermione from Harry Potter.
The model has been sponsored by a local opticians and was unveiled by Honor Roat, aged seven, (pictured in pink on the right) who won a competition to design some book-themed glasses.
Saucy yarns about knitted nudity are being unfurled in an animated film being shown at The Forum in Norwich to mark Makers' Month.
The Nudinits, who live in the knitted nudist village Woolly Bush (of course!), were created by animator Sara Simi.
She will host a talk about her work - sure to include a bit of wordplay about character Jim's ginger nuts (pictured) - on Saturday, 24 March.
The BBC Woman's Hour Craft Prize Exhibition is also on display straight after its run at London's V&A Museum.
Ms Simi appeared on Monday's Radio 4 programme to talk about her "quintessential English village" with a "secret in store".
The Nudinit animation, called Tickled Pink, will show in Norwich until 7 April.
Workers renovating a popular stretch of Norfolk coastal path called in aerial help to move heavy materials to a 63m-high clifftop. For the first time, a helicopter was used to transport tonnes of aggregate to the restoration site on the Beeston Bump, near Sheringham.
More than £1m could be spent on combating homelessness in Norwich.
Norwich City Council has been urged at tomorrow's cabinet meeting to approve two awards, totaling £1.1m, spread across the next three years.
More than £900,000 would fund a consortium led by St Martins Housing Trust to provide support for an increasing number of rough sleepers and vulnerable people.
A second award of £160,000 would focus specifically on supporting homeless families, funding which would go to provider Petit Port.
As part of the plans, 10 full-time posts would be created and the Salvation Army's day centre on Pottergate refurbished.
Police have made a fresh appeal for witnesses after reports that a man was seen firing a gun from a car in Norwich.
The man was spotted shooting out of a black Vauxhall Astra on Heigham Street near the Mile Cross Road junction (pictured) at about 16:40 on Saturday.
Armed officers later swooped on a property nearby in the city's Vale Green after the suspected car was traced there.
A man, 18, has been released under investigation after being arrested in the early hours of Sunday on suspicion of possession of a firearm and cocaine.
A fake gun and ammunition were seized by officers.
Eastern Daily Press
A1065 Suffolk both ways severe disruption, between Wangford Road and B1112.
A1065 Suffolk - A1065 Mile End closed and slow traffic in both directions between the Wangford Road junction in Brandon and the B1112 junction in Eriswell, because of an overturned lorry.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
Eastern Daily Press
It's great to be appreciated, and after a high-profile case of a woman insulting ambulance crews for parking near her drive, several services across the country have received anonymous messages of thanks showing them just how much their help means to people.
Here's the latest we're aware of:
It was left on an East of England Ambulance attending a call in Thetford, Norfolk, on Monday.
"You're amazing and worth your weight in gold," the note says.
An angry note left last month on an ambulance in Stoke-on-Trent ordering paramedics to move their vehicle prompted a backlash on social media, and the woman who posted the note was fined for her actions.
An Arctic snowy owl, the same species as Potter's pal Hedwig, makes rare appearance.
BBC News Travel
These are recent pictures from the traffic cameras on the M621, near Gildersome, in West Yorkshire:
An accident earlier this morning has closed the road eastbound between J27/A650/A62 (Gildersome) and J1 A6110 (Beeston/Farnley).
Avoid the area if you can, otherwise follow the solid black square diversion symbols.