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  1. Men appear in court charged with 2010 murder

    Jan Hogan

    Two men have been remanded in custody by magistrates charged with the murder of a 59-year-old in Norfolk more than eight years ago.

    Jan Hogan's body was found at his flat in Basil Drive, Downham Market on 23 May 2010.

    Lester Aisthorpe, 58, of Basil Drive, Downham Market and Steven Louro, 42, of South Lynn Plain, King’s Lynn, were charged with murder and perverting the course of justice on Thursday.

    They appeared at Norwich magistrates earlier and are due before Norwich Crown Court on Monday.

  2. Man dies after A421 crash

    A man has died following a collision in a layby on the A421, just east of Bedford.

    Police were called at about 07:15 to reports of an incident between a van and a lorry between Cardington and Great Barford.

    The van driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

    The eastbound carriageway remains closed and there are heavy delays in the area.

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  3. A421 closed near Cardington

    The A421 is currently closed in both directions from Cardington to Renhold after an accident between a lorry and a van.

    Emergency services are attending.

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  4. 'Unprovoked attack' leaves man with fractured skull

    A man suffered a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain after an "unprovoked attack" in Brampton.

    Gary Holden, 47, said he had been waiting for a taxi home from a party at about 00:30 on 7 October when he was punched by a stranger.

    He awoke in Hinchingbrooke Hospital with no recollection of what happened, he told police.

    Gary Holden

    "I have had to rely on my partner to let me know what happened as I can’t remember anything from the night, only waking up in hospital," he said.

    "It hasn’t just been the physical pain that has affected me, I have no idea who has done this and my partner now worries every time I leave the house."

    Police are appealing for witnesses.

  5. World War Two device found in woodland in Watford

    Watford Observer

    A controlled explosion has safely taken place after a suspicious device was found in woodland this morning.

  6. Fire crew 'verbally abused' during Stevenage call-out

    A Hertfordshire fire crew had to call police after they were threatened during a call-out in Stevenage last night.

    The White Watch team put out a fire on open land at Fairfields Way, shortly after 21:25.

    They believe it was started deliberately.

    However, the crew said it had to retreat after threatening behaviour from members of the public, and the crew's vehicle was attacked.

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  7. Opticians chain owner gives inspiration to students at school awards

    Suffolk Free Press

    The owner of a Suffolk opticians encouraged pupils at his former school in Great Cornard to raise their expectations, when he returned for a recent awards presentation night.

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  8. The military family homes in Cambridgeshire left vacant for nearly ten years

    Cambridge News

    Large Ministry of Defence (MOD)-owned homes at Brampton in Huntingdonshire are still vacant and vandalised, despite calls to release them to help replenish local housing stock.

  9. Collision causing delays on A141 near Guyhirn

    Traffic police are warning motorists to avoid the A141 March Road in Cambridgeshire after reports of a collision this morning.

    It happened just south of Ring's End and Guyhirn, near the junction with the A605.

    Much of the road is currently at a standstill.

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  10. Pedestrian in critical condition after Luton crash

    A pedestrian is in critical condition after being hit by a BMW in Luton.

    The crash happened at 14:30 near the junction of Dunstable Road and Derby Road.

    Three people in the car fled the scene and Bedfordshire Police is appealing for witnesses.

    The driver is described as an Asian man in his 20s and of chunky build who left in a white Toyota.

    A passenger, also an Asian man in his 20s, left on foot while a third person also fled.

  11. Level crossing stuck down in King's Lynn

    Police have warned drivers to avoid a town centre road after a level crossing got stuck in the down position.

    Police in King's Lynn have warned there is heavy traffic congestion on Tennyson Avenue.

    It said Network Rail was aware, but it could be some time before the problem was resolved.

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