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  1. Updates on Friday, 2 June 2017
  2. Private hospital's building faults highlighted
  3. Radio Norfolk election debate
  4. Hot and humid with threat of thunderstorms

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  1. Boxer lends his support to Norman Lamb

    Boxer Frank Bruno has leant his heavyweight support to Norman Lamb, who's hoping to be re-elected as MP for North Norfolk.

    Mr Bruno, who's spoken of his own experiences with bipolar disorder, has worked with Mr Lamb, who was a health minister with the coalition government 2010-15, on various initiatives to improve mental health support.

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  2. Boxing legend joins campaign trail in North Norfolk

    Thursday is market day in North Walsham... and in addition to the usual stalls, visitors to the town had a chance to meet boxing legend Frank Bruno.

    The former WBC world heavyweight champion was there with Liberal Democrat candidate Norman Lamb, who's on the final week of his election campaign.

    Mr Bruno, described as "not party political" by the Lib Dems, has been an long-term ambassador for people suffering from mental health problems and had met Mr Lamb during during his time as a health minister.

    The boxer has had well-publicised issues resulting from bi-polar disorder, and his daughter Rachel has written about it on the BBC website.

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  3. Norwich City make first summer signing

    Rob Butler

    BBC Radio Norfolk sport

    Norwich City have announced their first signing of the summer.

    Barnsley forward Marley Watkins will join the Canaries on 1 July when his contract at Oakwell expires.

    Watkins has recently received his first call-up to the Wales squad and will hope to be involved when the Welsh play Serbia in a World Cup qualifier in June.

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  4. Four teens due in court after memorial garden for seven-year-old girl was vandalised

    Four teenagers are to appear in court after a memorial garden was damaged at a Norwich school last month.

    The garden, at Valley Primary Academy, was planted in memory of Summer Grant.

    The seven-year-old girl was killed in March 2016 when a bouncy castle was blown away in high winds at a funfair in Harlow, Essex.

    Four suspects, aged 16-18, have been reported to court for criminal damage. The date for their appearance has not been fixed yet.

    Summer's father described whoever was responsible as being the "scum of the Earth".

    Summer Grant

    Two people, from Cambridgeshire, were arrested by Essex Police last year on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence and they're due to answer police bail later this month.

  5. More children falling victim to cyber sex crime

    Each week, two children in Norfolk became victims of online sex crime.

    That's according to the NSPCC, which used Freedom of Information requests to police forces to get figures on cyber-related sex crimes against children in England and Wales.

    In the past year, Norfolk Police recorded 100 such crimes, compared to 71 the previous year.

    The charity says it's urging the next government to introduce strict internet safety measures to make child online safety a top priority.

    Blurred image of children in playground
  6. Holiday impulse led to dairy herd

    Earlier we told you how one farmer is selling unpasteurised milk direct to the public, after the squeeze on dairy prices has forced many out of business.

    And last week a small dairy opened in south Norfolk - with just six Jersey cows.

    It's a new venture for Stuart and Rebecca Mayhew, who saw an opportunity to diversify their farm from pig and arable production. They now sell their unpasteurised milk at the farm gate.

    Sign for raw milk at farm gate

    Milk is pasteurised to kill any harmful bacteria, but Rebecca says the risk from milk nowadays is no greater than from shellfish and one of the reasons it's still pasteurised is because supermarkets require milk to have a longer shelf life.

    "Our milk is this morning's... it will go into a mini bulk tank to chill down and then we bottle it later... we're tested every three months by the FSA [Food Standards Agency] and will be introducing our own testing."

    The couple fell in love with Jersey cows while on holiday in Scotland, and initially brought one cow home to their Woodton farm,between Tasburgh and Bungay.

    Stuart Mayhew with a Jersey cow
    Quote Message: We see a way forward by being niche... our longer aim is to get people to come and see the cows, buy the milk and reconnect with agriculture and livestock." from Stuart Mayhew Farmer
    Stuart MayhewFarmer
  7. Milking the dairy industry

    You've probably poured some into your morning cuppa or your cereal... but do you ever think about milk?

    Well, today is World Milk Day - highlighting the dairy industry. But with prices remaining fairly static over the last few decades, many of our dairy farmers have packed up - although some are now selling direct to the public.

    Johnny Crickmore set up a shop at his farm near Bungay in the Waveney Valley, with vending machines selling milk, cream and cheese.

    He sells around 180 to 200 litres of raw milk a day, at £1.10 a litre - around the same price as in a supermarket, but with production costs of just 27p he's quids in.

    Johnny Crickmore holding a two-litre bottle of milk

    Because his milk is raw - which means it hasn't been pasteurised - there are restrictions on where it can be sold. Mr Crickmore says raw milk sales will never grow to a level where a dairy farmer's business revolves around it, which makes it a niche product.

    Quote Message: It's frustrating... we put a lot of effort in to our raw milk, a lot of testing. If it's good enough to sell at the farm gate, why can't we sell it in a shop or a restaurant?" from Johnny Crickmore Dairy farmer
    Johnny CrickmoreDairy farmer
  8. Sunrise over Sheringham

    I'm sure not many of you were up in time to see this morning's sunrise, so I thought I'd share this sequence of photos taken by one of our BBC Weather Watchers' "Hopping Frog".

    At 04:36, the sun was just peeping over the horizon at Sheringham:

    Sun on the horizon over North Sea

    Within four minutes, the sky had changed colour, outlining the silhouette of a passing ship.

    Sun rising over North Sea, with silhouette of ship

    By 04:50, the sun was higher and Hopping Frog reports the temperature was 12C (54F).

    Sun rise over calm sea

    By 05:00 the sky showed a full spectrum of orange:

    Sun rise over North Sea

    Click here to find out how you can become a BBC Weather Watcher, and maybe see your photos showcased on the BBC Local Live: Norfolk page.

  9. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A140 Norfolk both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A140 Norfolk both ways severe accident, around B1527.

    A140 Norfolk - A140 Norwich Road in Tasburgh blocked, queuing traffic and long delays in both directions around the B1527 junction, because of an accident.

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

  10. Newly re-signed Lambert rides the Stars to second

    Jay Lawrence

    BBC Radio Norfolk

    Simon Lambert's paid 8 helped the King's Lynn Stars reach second in Speedway's Premiership yesterday.

    The 52-41 win at home to Swindon was the West Norfolk side's fourth victory in a row.

    Lambert only joined the Stars last week, having previously ridden for them for six seasons, and received praise from team manager Dale Allitt for his first appearance back at the Adrian Flux Arena.

    Troy Batchelor enjoyed another fine night against his former employers as he joined skipper Robert Lambert at the top of the Lynn scorechart, while former world champ Chris Holder secured back-to-back heat wins on the way to a paid 10.

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  11. Replacement train 'reason behind locked loos'

    Greater Anglia explains that disruption to services is the reason why passengers faced locked loos on a recent journey.

    A spokesman for the rail operator says that rather than cancel the 18:10 London to Norwich service on 19 May, an alternative train was used - but in one section the toilets were out of order.

    It explains that it's very rare for all the loos on a train to be out of order and if this happens, they decide whether to cancel the train or warn customers.

    Greater Anglia train
    Quote Message: We apologise for anyone who has suffered as a result. However we'd like to reassure all customers that on an average day, only a very small percentage of our train toilets are out of order." from Greater Anglia spokesperson
    Greater Anglia spokesperson
  12. Rail passengers caught short

    Greater Anglia says it's upgrading toilets after people were forced to use empty bottles to relieve themselves.

    Passengers claim all the loos were locked on the 18:10 London Liverpool Street train to Norwich on Friday, 19 May.

    The rail operator has apologised for the error, saying it has a "daily focus" of ensuring train toilets are working and clean and is installing fully accessible loos on 30 more of its trains.

    Interior of rail carriage, showing passengers in seats
  13. Prolific Finch heads away from Plantation Park

    Jay Lawrence

    BBC Radio Norfolk

    Norwich United's Christy Finch has left the Planters for former side Leiston.

    The forward scored 14 goals in 23 appearances, after only joining from the Suffolk club in December.

    Finch will now be playing in the Ryman Premier League, one division above Norwich United.

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  14. Weather: Dry, warm and sunny

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC Look East weather

    Any early morning mist patches will soon clear, to bring a dry, bright and sunny day with light winds.

    Feeling slightly cooler towards the coast, but inland we can expect temperatures to reach 23C (73F).

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    Video caption: Elizabeth Rizzini has the outlook for the East of England on Thursday, 1 June 2017.
  15. Good morning Norfolk

    Caroline Kingdon

    BBC Local Live

    Welcome back to Norfolk Live.

    Rail customers were forced to use bottles, after loos were allegedly locked on a train from London to Norwich. We'll have more on this story shortly.

    If you were one of those passengers, we'd love to hear your story. Click on the "Get involved" button at the top of the page, or send us an email.

    It's the first day of June and the first day of the meteorological summer - can we expect a summer-y feel to the day? Elizabeth Rizzini's forecast appears here shortly.

  16. That's all from Local Live

    That's all from the team here for today - unless a major story breaks overnight in which case this live feed will be updated.

    We'll be back from 08:00 tomorrow, but if you want to get in touch in the meantime then hit the Get Involved button at the top of this page.

    Have a good evening.