We're heading off into the sunset for another week, but rest assured we'll be back raring to go again on Monday morning from 08:00.
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Enjoy your weekend - we'll see you on Monday.
BBC Look East weather
There will be thicker cloud and outbreaks of light rain and drizzle spreading eastwards through this evening and overnight.
It'll turn misty in places, with light south to south-westerly winds.
Temperatures under clear skies initially dropping to about 9C (48F), but by the end of the night everywhere will have risen back into double figures.Copyright: BBC
A grey and mild start to Saturday, with some patchy mist, rain and drizzle.
As the day goes on, drier and brighter conditions should gradually spread northwards.
Some northern parts of the region may hold on to some very patchy rain until late afternoon.
Temperatures will range from 15C (59F), where we keep the cloud, to 19C (66F) in the best of any sunshine.
Get a full forecast where you live at BBC Weather.
A149 Norfolk both ways severe disruption, around Lamsey Lane.
A149 Norfolk - A149 Lynn Road in Heacham blocked and heavy traffic in both directions around the Lamsey Lane junction, because of a broken down lorry.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
An update has been given to a Norwich MP on a review into the murder of a woman in the city beaten to death by her boyfriend.
Joe Storey, 27, who had previous convictions against women, was jailed for life earlier this year for the murder of Kerri McAuley.Copyright: Norfolk Police
Chloe Smith, the MP for Norwich North, yesterday met the independent chair of a Domestic Homicide Review into the case.
She says the inquiry must run its course, but an important point shouldn't be lost.
"The key message that must come out of this case is that others should feel free to speak up," she said.
"There will be things that this case shows could have perhaps been done better, could be done better in the future, must be done to stop other people suffering the same fate, but a crucial part of that is that anybody suffering domestic abuse should feel free to speak out."
A spokeswoman for Norfolk County Council said: "The Norfolk Community Safety Partnership is currently undertaking a Domestic Homicide Review.
"Reviews are carried out after any death where domestic abuse is implicated."
The authority has yet to say when the review will conclude.
BBC Local Live
Artists in West Norfolk and the Fens are hoping to raise enough money to buy a King's Lynn gallery.
The space has been a showcase for their work for 10 years.Copyright: Google
Greyfriars Art Space was set up to enable artists to show their work and provide studio space for them.
But the owner says she has to put the building on the market next year to meet family commitments.
Cathy Cousins, who runs the gallery, said: "We're in a quandary at the moment because nobody can afford to buy it, but we're trying to raise funds in different ways.
"We've looked at getting charity status, we've been looking at funding, we've got lots of fundraising ideas coming up."
BBC Radio Norfolk
Bristol City Manager Lee Johnson says his side will have to be "at their very best" against "Premier League quality" Norwich this weekend.
The Canaries host the West Country side tomorrow in The Championship, hoping to keep their unbeaten streak going.
The Robins have made a fine start to their season. They're up to eighth in the league, in the last 16 of the League Cup and they're also now eight unbeaten.Copyright: Getty Images
Despite his comments about Norwich, Johnson says he's still confident of victory.
"We're going against a top side in the division, a side that is full of Premier League quality. They've recruited very well in the summer and they've got a formidable home record.
"For us to go there and achieve maximum points we'll have to be at our absolute best. If we continue with the confidence levels we've got, I wouldn't bet against us."
Ex-Norwich City player Cedric Anselin said he considered taking his life.
Greater Anglia has apologised after travellers criticised the rail operator for a lack of communication following an incident on the line near Ingatestone.
Services to and from the capital were disrupted for about six hours yesterday afternoon after a person was struck by a train.
Spokeswoman Kerri Worral said: "The staff on the trains should have been making regular announcements just to keep people informed of what was happening.
"At the stations we have our customer information screens, they're a help-point, and at some stations we ask extra staff to go down to those stations to support the staff that are there.
"I know staff on staff stations do everything they can to try and keep people informed, but when there's large volumes of people that can become more difficult."Copyright: BBC
Eastern Daily Press
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Eastern Daily Press
Moving on to the Eastern Daily Press, and here's a look at the front page:Copyright: Eastern Daily Press
Norwich Evening News
And this is the back page of the Norwich Evening News:Copyright: Norwich Evening News
Norwich Evening News
Time now to check out our local newspapers, and we'll start with the Norwich Evening News:Copyright: Norwich Evening News
These photographs were taken on the A47 while the eastbound carriageway was shut...Copyright: Kevin J MurphyCopyright: Kevin J MurphyCopyright: Kevin J MurphyCopyright: Kevin J Murphy
It has now reopened, but four-mile queues remain westbound.
This was the scene on the westbound carriageway of the A47 earlier this morning, following the crash between a coach and a bus...Copyright: @ncfckeithCopyright: @ncfckeithCopyright: @ncfckeith
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