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Brereton playing for Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest score two late goals to beat Ipswich and end their run of six matches without a victory.

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Joe Bennett of Cardiff City plays the ball past Mario Vrancic of Norwich City

Cardiff City regain their advantage in the Championship automatic spots after securing a late win at Carrow Road.

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'Lucky escape' Felixstowe rail crossing driver jailed
A man drove his car over the Felixstowe to Ipswich line despite lights warning of an approaching train.
Adders are starting to wake up from their winter slumber
Britain's only native venomous snake, the adder, is starting to wake up from hibernation.

Yorkshire and Essex frustrated by bad weather

BBC Sport

A wet outfield meant no play was possible on day one of the Championship match between Yorkshire and last season's champions Essex.

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The whole morning session was wiped out and umpires Ian Gould and Richard Illingworth agreed to inspect in the afternoon at 13:40 BST.

Heavy rain at Headingley had left the outfield saturated and the decision was taken to call play off for the day.

Play is set to resume at 11:00 BST on Saturday.

Seph Pochin holding his cheque

Mariam Issimdar

BBC Local Live

Commuter Seph Pochin successfully sued Greater Anglia over its "appalling" service.

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Boxford Tornado 2017

About 550 riders were due to take part in the cycle event which sold out in nine days.

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Yorkshire v Essex rained off on day one

A wet outfield means no play is possible on day one between Yorkshire and last season's county champions Essex.

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Severe accident: M11 Essex northbound

BBC News Travel

M11 Essex northbound severe accident, at J8 for A120.

M11 Essex - M11 lane blocked on exit slip road and queuing traffic northbound at J8, A120 (Bishop Stortford), because of an accident involving a car and a lorry.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Thousands of cannabis plants discovered in Felthorpe

Police say they've found what is believed to be one of the biggest cannabis factories in Norfolk in recent years.

Norfolk Police
Norfolk Police

Up to 4,000 cannabis plants and hydroponic equipment were found at an outbuilding on Holt Road in Felthorpe, north of Norwich, on Wednesday.

Ch Insp Wes Hornigold said: "We are at the early stages of our inquiries and the factory is very large, therefore, CSI teams will be there all weekend to gather evidence before the set-up is dismantled next week."

Man jailed after about £200k of cannabis is found in loft

A man has been jailed for four years after 226 cannabis plants worth up to £189,000 were found growing in a loft.

The discovery was made during a police raid at a top-floor flat in Westborough Road, Westcliff-on-Sea in Essex, in September 2016.

Cannabis plants found in a loft during a police raid.
Essex Police

Christopher Tame, 40 of Wallace Street, Shoeburyness, was arrested there and officers later found £21,000 in cash, which belonged to him, at another property.

He admitted production of cannabis and was found guilty of abstracting electricity and various criminal property offences.

The flat's tenant, Roy Laidlaw, 49, admitted cannabis production and abstracting electricity in June, and was given a 20-month suspended jail sentence.

Harlow hospital has England's worst A&E waiting times

Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow has the worst A&E waiting times in the country, according to the latest figures.

In the last 12 months, 70.9% of patients were seen within four hours, compared to the NHS target of 95%.

Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.

A difficult winter period means the health service overall has recorded its worst-ever annual performance - at 88.4% - since records began in 2004.

Last month, Princess Alexandra was moved out of special measures following a visit by inspectors, which a hospital spokesman said reflected "positive changes".

The specific rating for emergency services there was upgraded from "inadequate" to "requires improvement".

Severe disruption: M25 Essex clockwise

BBC News Travel

M25 Essex clockwise severe disruption, between J26 for A121 and J27 for M11.

M25 Essex - One lane closed on M25 clockwise between J26, A121 (Waltham Abbey) and J27 M11, because of a lorry having a tyre changed. Traffic is coping well.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Robot aids surgeon at Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford
The technology means patients' stays are shorter due to the precision of the surgery.

Gold Medal - Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow (England)

Diving: men's 10m synchro final

They've hung on!

Plymouth's Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow, from Cambridge, add Commonwealth gold to the Olympic bronze and European silver medals sat on their mantelpieces.

Man injured after 'serious assault' in Tesco car park

A man has been taken to hospital with head injuries after a "serious assault" in a supermarket car park, Suffolk Police has said.

Officers were called to Tesco in Haverhill just before 20:00 last night after reports that someone had been attacked with a weapon.

No arrests have been made.

Tesco Haverhill.

Man arrested after two people injured by knife in Hemsby

A man has been arrested after two people received knife injuries at a house in Hemsby.

Police say they were called to reports of an "altercation" in The Marrams at 19:20 last night.

A man and a woman were taken to hospital and a man in his 20s is being questioned on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.

It's believed those involved in the incident are known to each other.

The never-ending VR escalator journey and other news
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

Severe disruption: M25 Greater London both ways

BBC News Travel

M25 Greater London both ways severe disruption, at J28 for A12.

M25 Greater London - M25 partially blocked at J28, A12 (Brook Street Roundabout), because of a vehicle fire. On the roundabout.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Man killed in Gamlingay collision is named

The man who died in a collision with a tree in Gamlingay on the border with Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire has been named as Luke Emery.

The crash happened at about 14:40 on Sunday on Potton Road and Mr Emery, 24, of Maunder Road in Biggleswade, died at the scene.

Bedfordshire Police said a four-year-old boy was also treated for minor injuries.

PC John Blood is appealing for witnesses.

Potton Road, Gamlingay
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Birdwatchers flock to Suffolk for American bittern
It is the first time the bird has been spotted in the UK for nearly a decade.

Norwich health store closed due to fire

A health shop in Norwich has had to temporarily close after a fire.

Fire crews at the Guildhall

Fire crews were called to Rainbow Wholefood store in Labour In Vain Yard, Guildhall Hill, at about 21:00 yesterday.

Crews used a thermal imaging to check for hot spots and put the fire out.

Fire crews at the Guildhall

A sign on the shop today said it would be closed for a while and apologised to customers.

It said staff would update customers when possible.

'Don't forget to drink the water - humans like water'

Mark Zuckerberg
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Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of US senators on Tuesday and at times looked like he'd rather be anywhere else.

And, of course, it was something that was picked up on by social media.

The Facebook CEO's at-times awkwardness saw him being compared to Star Trek's Data - an android who struggles with human behaviour and emotions.

The senators, who were grilling Mr Zuckerberg about Facebook's role in the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, also opened themselves up to ridicule - with some pretty unbelievable questions.

Plenty of the jokes about the hearing had to do with The Social Network - the 2010 film which told the story of Facebook's creation.

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Accused driver denies knowledge of Southwold people-smuggling bid

Richard Daniel

BBC Look East

A man accused of helping to smuggle 19 migrants in to the country told a court "he had no idea" he was carrying illegal immigrants in his car.

Yurii Dzhuraniuk, 26, is accused of being one of the drivers in a people-smuggling bid which saw a yacht arrive from the Netherlands in to Southwold on 15 October 2017.

London's Blackfriars Crown Court heard six Ukrainian migrants were found in his car when it was stopped on the A12 at Blythburgh.

Blackfriars Court

Mr Dzhuraniuk and two other men, Mykhailo Roik, 27, and Yuri Karakin, 27, deny people smuggling.

A fourth man, Evhenii Vasilikov, has admitted the charge.

The trial continues.

Woman raped in 'horrific' attack in Halstead

An investigation is under way after a woman was raped in what police have called a "horrific and frightening attack" in Halstead.

The woman in her 20s said she was grabbed as she walked across a field near Windmill Road on Thursday afternoon.

Windmill Road in Halstead.

The suspect has been described as being white, aged in his mid-20s, around 6ft, of a skinny build and wearing a black hoodie and black tracksuit bottoms.

Officers said it was being treated as an isolated incident.

Bryan Klug at his first press conference

Ipswich Town caretaker boss Bryan Klug says it "breaks his heart" to hear of a disconnect between the club and fans.

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Use our tracker to check whether your local services are meeting strict waiting-time targets for cancer, routine operations and A&E.

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James Paget University Hospital

A Norfolk hospital withdraws its support for plans to build a 10-bed hospice on its grounds.

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Severe disruption: M11 Essex northbound

BBC News Travel

M11 Essex northbound severe disruption, at J8 for A120.

M11 Essex - M11 lane closed on exit slip road and slow traffic northbound at J8, A120 (Bishop Stortford), because of a broken down vehicle.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Wisbech bowler takes bronze at Commonwealth Games

Ellen Falkner from Wisbech will be bringing the bling back home to Cambridgeshire after winning the bronze medal in the women's triples bowls final at the Commonwealth Games on Australia's Gold Coast.

Falkner and fellow England lawn bowlers Katherine Rednall and Sian Honnor beat Canada 20-12 in the bronze-medal match.

England women's lawn bowls team
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Sian Honnor (l), Ellen Falkner (centre) and Katherine Rednall (r) with their bronze medals

Australia beat Scotland in the final of the women's triples lawn bowls to take Commonwealth Games gold.