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Chris looks at an ongoing murder investigation in Norwich.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Chris finds out about the number of hate crime cases in Norfolk.
Chris hears from a Parkinsons patient who'll receive an apology from a Norfolk hospital.
Chris hears from two couples from Norfolk who've had their holidays ruined by London 2012.
Chris hears from Norwich Market traders who are worried that its costs are too expensive.
How drinking laws are affecting Norfolk, and how Ed Sheeran played in a Norwich bedroom.
Matthew Gudgin sits in, and hears the problems isolation can cause for Norfolk's farmers.
Matthew Gudgin sits in, and hears how the new Greater Anglia train company is faring.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and hears about a campaign to prevent the closure of a GP surgery.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out about the death of a boy on the roads in King's Lynn.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out that Norwich City Council could put up council tax.
Matthew Gudgin sits in to and finds out about a campaign for marine conservation zones.
Matthew Gudgin sits in and finds out Norfolk County Council's probable budget for 2012.
Chris finds out about a new flood defence scheme for Cromer, after 14 years of waiting.
Chris finds out more about the resignation of England football manager Fabio Capello.
Chris finds out about the number of empty retail premises in Norfolk.
Chris hears from a Norfolk girl who says that we should all learn from road accidents.
Chris looks ahead to The Queen's Accession Day engagements in Norfolk today.
Chris finds out about delays getting patients transferred from ambulances into hospital.
Nicky Price sits in and finds out about mobile phone masts around the county.
Nicky Price sits in and finds out how you can avoid potential scams in the county.