That's it from the Norfolk Live team today. We'll be back from 08:00 bringing you the news, sport, travel and weather updates as they happen.
- Updates for Norfolk on Wednesday, 24 February 2016
- News, sport, weather and travel updates resume at 08:00 on Thursday
Tonight will see a small chance of a wintry shower, but otherwise dry with a widespread hard frost and some icy patches.Copyright: BBC
Temperatures dropping down to as much as -6 (21F) in some areas.
BBC Weather has more details but tomorrow will be cold and dry with sunny spells.
BBC Radio Norfolk
A Norwich photographer has been honoured by a Norwich pub.
A room devoted to the work of George Plunkett has opened at The Sir Garnet by Norwich Market.
A retired lifeboat is winched into its new home at Sheringham Museum.
A new platform was built at the museum for the lifeboat using Lottery funding. The lifeboat will be on display to the public from July.
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Tonight's main news stories:
Former news photographer John Potter is set to become the next minister within the Norwich Area group of United Reformed churches.Copyright: Network Norfolk
A man has been "spoken to" by police after the theft of 16 blocks of cheese from a Co-op store in Plumstead Road, Norwich.
Police investigating a recent spate of shed burglaries in King's Lynn have arrested two men.
A 19-year-old and a 30-year-old man, both from the King's Lynn area, were arrested by officers last night.Copyright: BBCQuote Message: There have been a number of reports of shed break-ins across King's Lynn in recent weeks therefore it is important local residents continue to remain vigilant and take appropriate security measures. from Ch Insp Terry Lordan Norfolk Police
Disposing of a whale carcass after it stranded on Hunstanton Beach last month has cost the local council £12,795.Copyright: Ben Green photography
King's Lynn and West Norfolk council said the sum covered the costs of removing and incinerating the body of the sperm whale.
It's not known how much it cost the Le Strange Estate to dispose of a second whale that died on the beach at Old Hunstanton a few weeks after the first stranding.
A lifeboat has been lifted into its new home at Sheringham Museum, which has been extended at a cost of £1.4m via Lottery funding.Copyright: Sheringham Museum
The B702 Atlantic 75 Lifeboat, which served the town from 1994 until 2012, was lifted nearly 50ft (15m) into the air by a large crane and lowered into the new rooftop facility that has been constructed over the winter to house it.
The boat will go on display from July.
BBC Norfolk Live
Councillors in North Norfolk will be able to claim nearly £1,000 more a year in allowances.
The 23% rise was agreed last night alongside the authority's budget which would also see car parking charges for coastal towns increase.
Leader of North Norfolk District Council, Tom Fitzpatrick, said the increase in allowances - the first since 2003 - was recommended by an independent remuneration panel and would set the basic allowance at £5,000.
BBC Norfolk Live
- Plans to close the Norfolk police helicopter base at Wattisham, Suffolk, have been postponed until next year
- "Intolerable pressure due to poor management, cuts and more demand" are to blame for low morale among Norfolk's mental health staff, according to campaign group
- Traders in Norwich may be asked to take down advertising A-boards because they pose an obstruction
A dry afternoon with lots of sunshine but feeling chilly.Copyright: BBC
BBC Weather has more details.
The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk says low morale of staff is "due to poor management placed under intolerable pressure by a toxic combination of funding cuts and rising demand".Copyright: BBC
The head of Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust - which was put into special measures this year - says it's put measures in place to tackle low staff morale identified in a newly-published NHS staff survey.
The survey wasn't all bad: 52% of staff who responded in 2015 said patient care remained the trust's top priority, compared to 43% in 2014.
Norwich City Council has agreed a 1.95% increase on its portion of council tax.Copyright: BBC
City Hall says this will help avoid cuts to key services.
It means a Band D household in the city will pay an extra £4.67 a year on its bill.
There are calls for limits on the number of advertising A-boards outside shops and stalls in Norwich.Copyright: BBC
Green politicians in the city say they're causing problems for blind people and are a general nuisance.
The city council is discussing plans to introduce better regulations.
A London 2012 paralympic Gold medallist has helped a North Norfolk Nissan dealer kick off a major fundraiser for the British Paralympic Association.Copyright: Just Regional
BBC Radio Norfolk
A school in west Norfolk has reopened this morning after a fire in one of its classrooms.Copyright: Google
Fire crews were called to Emneth Primary School in the early hours of yesterday morning.
An investigation is under way into the cause of the fire.
A man involved in a collision in Tivetshall St Margaret at the weekend has died.Copyright: Diss Express
Plans to close the Norfolk police helicopter base at Wattisham Airfield in Suffolk have been postponed after delays to the delivery of a replacement fixed-wing aircraft.Copyright: BBC
Minutes from a meeting published this week says it will be April 2017 before the helicopter base is closed.