Goodbye from the Norfolk Live team on Friday. We'll be back from 08:00 on Monday, bringing you the news, sport, travel and weather updates as they happen.
A dog groomer from Norfolk has been helping homeless people by washing their pets for free.
Kerry Davis organised the event in Norwich city centre on Thursday night.
The dogs were washed, groomed and checked over by vets, while the owners were given food and a hot drink.
BBC Look East weather
Clear intervals give way to overnight cloud with mist developing later and patchy light rain or drizzle possible in places.Copyright: BBC
Breezy with a moderate southwesterly, but becoming warmer through the night as temperatures climb towards dawn.
Maximum temperature 14C (57F).
Emergency responders are on standby for one of the busiest nights of the year for partygoers in Norwich's nightclub district.Copyright: BBC
Alcohol sales have peaked in recent years on the Friday before Christmas and the SOS Bus in Norwich regards it as a key date for their help.
Hayley Gerrard from the SOS Bus, which supports people in distress on a night out, said people got carried away and had the one drink that tipped them over the edge.
Former health minister and North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has written to the East of England Ambulance Service criticising plans to staff ambulances with two student paramedics.Copyright: BBC
At present trainees are paired-up individually with a qualified paramedic but the MP said the change to put two on emergency calls could put crews in an impossible situation.
The proposal is part of a review but no decision had been made, the ambulance service said.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Prince George is to attend a local west Norfolk nursery that uses an informal method of learning through children taking part in activities.Copyright: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire
From January he will attend one of 600 nursery schools in the UK that use a teaching method developed by Italian Maria Montessori.
The method is based on the belief that within each person is untapped potential and the whole child should develop naturally up to the age of six - a period when children have the greatest capacity to learn.
Here are the tea-time headlines:
- Prince George will attend a local West Norfolk nursery for a few days a week from January
- Norfolk arms dealer faces long jail term for selling prohibited weapons and fraud
- SOS bus volunteers get ready for busy night as Norwich clubbers go out to celebrate
BBC Radio Norfolk sport
Norwich's Darren "Demolition Man" Webster is through to the second round of the Darts World Championships.
Webster beat Scotland's John Henderson by three sets to one at London's Alexandra Palace. He could now face World Number One Michael Van Gerwen in round two.Copyright: Getty Images
The west Norfolk nursery that Prince George will attend from next month uses an Italian teaching method.Copyright: Getty Images
The two-year-old is due to start in January at the West Acre Montessori School small nursery based in East Walton, about 10 miles from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's home on the Sandringham Estate.
The Montessori method of teaching, created in Italy, includes activities designed to lead children to learning, without formal lessons.
The Norfolk Police Federation chairman has called for a national approach to controlling expenditure by forces and wants a nationally-based procurement organisation.Copyright: BBC
Paul Ridgway said he was grateful that government cuts were less harsh but said a national organisation to buy uniforms, cars and equipment that was fit for purpose and best value was needed.
"National savings could be made as these were necessary to build resources for fighting new types of crime now emerging," he said.
Arms dealer Anthony Buckland, 65, from Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk, unanimously found guilty earlier of 11 counts of selling a prohibited weapon, has also been convicted of nine counts of fraud by a majority verdict of 10 to two.Copyright: BBC
Police found more than 400 firearms at the home of James Arnold, 49, in Wyverstone, Suffolk, as part of checks on his firearms licence in April last year.
He died of cancer in the following July but Buckland was prosecuted as the supplier and told at Norwich Crown Court he faced a long jail term.
A firearms dealer found guilty of helping a parish council chairman amass the biggest hoard of illegal weapons ever uncovered in the UK has been warned he faces a lengthy jail term.
Congestion is affecting both directions of the A148 at Bridge Road, High Kelling, near Holt.
Traffic is being disrupted on the northbound A140 by an incident on the B1145 at Aylsham.
A 42-year-old man due in court over an armed stand-off in Norwich has been found dead.Copyright: BBC
David Hunt had been on police bail charged with possession of a bladed weapon in a public place and affray over the stand-off in Argyle Street on 29 November.
He failed to appear at Norwich Crown Court earlier today. Police said his death was believed to have been "non-suspicious" but was the subject of an inquiry by the Norfolk Coroner's Office.
Norwich Evening News
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Tom Elgie landed his dream role when he was chosen as an extra for StarWars: The Force Awakens.
The 21 year old from Norwich attended a casting call and was selected to play a stormtrooper in the hotly-anticipated new film.
A lifelong fan of the series, Tom said: "It felt like you had gone into the Star Wars universe... since I was nine years old, that's where I wanted to be."
Remaining cloudy through the afternoon but it should stay dry. Feeling mild again with highs of 13C, that's 55F.Copyright: BBC
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A new birthing unit costing £500,000 at the James Paget University Hospital has been officially opened to bring facilities for mothers in Great Yarmouth and Gorleston up to national quality levels.Copyright: BBC
The delivery suite was praised by Baroness Cumberlege, the government adviser leading a national review of maternity services.
Senior midwife Val Everett said the new suite contained facilities to take mothers' minds off their labour, which could often be protracted.
A Norfolk arms dealer who supplied a Suffolk parish council chairman, who hid hundreds of illegal guns in a secret room at his house, has been found guilty of supplying prohibited weapons.Copyright: Suffolk Police
A jury at Norwich Crown Court found Anthony Buckland, 65, of Stoke Holy Cross, near Norwich, guilty of 11 counts of selling a prohibited weapon and will continue its deliberations on the remaining counts.
Police last year spent four weeks searching James Arnold's property at Wyverstone, near Stowmarket, where the guns were found.
BBC Radio Norfolk
When Norwich menswear store Dogfish suffered an onslaught of negative online reviews initiated by vlogger Levi Jed Murphy, fellow independent traders in the city fought back, posting their own positive reviews of the shop.
Among them was Kieran Harper, owner of Artel cafe in Wensum Street, who said: "Although there is inevitable competition in certain areas, Norwich doesn't really seem to have too much of any one thing, which means most businesses are happy to help each other out.
"All it needed was a little prompt and every person who has shopped there over the years was more than happy to share their happy retail experiences."Copyright: Kieran Harper