That's it from the Norfolk Live team on Friday so goodbye... we'll be back from 08:00 on Monday, bringing you the news, sport, travel and weather updates as they happen.
- Devolution for the region is likely to go ahead, the BBC understands
- The A1064 near Acle has reopened after a sewage tanker overturned in a ditch
- Charities helping victims of sexual abuse claim funding for their work is becoming harder to find
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday
BBC Look East weather
This evening: Staying dry with a mix of clear spells and patchy cloud, but also mist and fog patches developing quite widely. Minimum Temperature: -2C (30F).Copyright: BBC
Tomorrow: Dry with early mist and fog patches slow to clear and patchy cloud with sunny intervals later.
BBC Look East political correspondent
Norwich North MP Chloe Smith has just returned from a trip to Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, where she and other MPs from around the world coached newly-elected representatives in the workings of parliamentary democracy.
Westlegate (pictured) in Norwich city centre will be closed to vehicles and Golden Ball Street will become two-way from Monday 21 March as part of the Transport for Norwich scheme.Copyright: Google
The £3.05m scheme will give motorists easier access to car parks and restore All Saints Green as a traffic-free open space, Norfolk County Council said.
Some of the changes to roads across Norwich have attracted criticism which the city council has countered by offering residents the opportunity to send their comments for consideration.
The A1064 road near Acle has reopened fully to traffic after an overturned sewage tanker lying in a ditch was removed.
More details of traffic conditions on BBC Travel.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Here are tonight's evening headlines:
- Devolution in this region is likely to go ahead, the BBC understands
- MP Chloe Smith returns from Myanmar, also known as Burma, where she coached new politicians
- New larger air ambulance helicopter carries more medical equipment and supplies
The £8m Cromer coast protection scheme is moving into its final phase on Monday when work on surfacing the Gangway parking area begins.Copyright: Google
Surfacing work will continue westwards towards the Melbourne Slope close to the pier and could be completed by the end of the month "but with poor weather likely to hamper progress, substantial completion is expected in early April", North Norfolk District Council said.
Council leader Tom Fitzpatrick said: "This vital project will help protect Cromer for years to come. We have worked hard to minimise the impact on residents and businesses while ensuring the town can benefit from the scheme when the summer season arrives."
BBC Radio Norfolk sport
Norwich City will make a late decision on three of their key players ahead of the visit of Manchester City tomorrow.
Robbie Brady, Steven Naismith and Sebastien Bassong are all struggling with knocks. Andre Wisdom is back training after long term injury but is unlikely to feature. Manager Alex Neil confirmed this lunchtime that midfielder Alex Tettey is out for the rest of the season.Copyright: BBCQuote Message: I'm not going to risk people if puts them out of later games; it could hamstring us. We need to make sure we are competitive tomorrow but we can't leave ourselves short going into this vital run-in. from Alex Neil Norwich City manager
High volumes of traffic are causing congestion on roads each side of the river crossing in the centre of Great Yarmouth.
Traffic is queuing along the southbound A149 between Tar Works Road and the North Quay junction as well as westbound towards School Road.
On the A12 south of the river there is growing congestion northbound between the A1243 Pasteur Road and the A47 Runham roundabout. More details from BBC Travel.
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The new H145 helicopter is bigger than the EC135 it replaces and has a greater range for the service, which covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire.
Air ambulance chairman Maj Gen Sir William Cubitt, said the new aircraft would help enhance the service across the region as it could carry more medical equipment and supplies.
The air ambulance was blessed by the Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, at a ceremony to launch its introduction to operations.
BBC Radio Norfolk sport
Norfolk athlete Joe Skipper wants to become the fastest-ever Briton to complete an Ironman Triathlon this year.
He recently finished second at an event in New Zealand, posting the third-fastest time ever for a Briton after completing the grueling 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and then running a marathon.Copyright: Getty Images
Skipper told us: "My big aim this year is to be the first British athlete under eight hours." He's now targeting the World Championship in Hawaii in July.
Norwich Evening News
Here is the back page of today's Norwich Evening News:Copyright: Archant
BBC Look East weather
Cloudy with bright or sunny spells in places but feeling slightly cooler than yesterday although winds remain light.Copyright: BBC
Maximum temperature: 8C (46F).
Tonight it will be dry with variable cloud cover but where skies remain clear fog and frost patches are possible.
Two men who are accused of murder over a fatal stabbing in Great Yarmouth last November will stand trial later this year.
Warren Blake, 18, of Thorncliffe Road in London, and Tevin Birmingham, 21, of Spring Road in Ipswich, both pleaded not guilty to murder at Norwich Crown Court this morning.
Andrew McGowan, 33, died after being stabbed at a property in Dickens Court in Great Yarmouth. The two men are due to go on trial on 1 May.
A gold Anglo-Saxon mount found at Sculthorpe near Fakenham has been declared treasure at the coroner's court in Norwich.Copyright: Portable Antiquities Scheme
The 2cm-wide item, dating from 6th-7th centuries, was found during a charity metal detecting event in a field.
The mount is now the property of the British Museum and the independent Portable Antiquities Scheme will decide how much money the landowner and the finder, Barrie Plasom, are entitled to.
BBC Political editor, East of England
In essence, it's the power to run more of our own services here in the east - instead of the Westminster government taking these decisions.Copyright: John Sutton/Geograph
This means local politicians based in Norfolk, Suffolk or Cambridgeshire could be the ones to take control of things like transport, planning, health services, flood defences and further education.
But to do so, the government thinks we should form a super local authority - made up of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire county councils, as well as the region's city and district councils.
BBC Look East political reporter
I understand the government is likely to go ahead with an Eastern Powerhouse devolution deal, despite the fact that Cambridge City Council has decided not to take part.
Their view is that one council’s decision to turn down the offer is not a barrier to a deal being agreed with the remaining 22 councils.
More details on BBC Look East at 13:30.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Here are the lunchtime headlines:
- Cambridge City Council rejects devolution deal involving Norfolk and Suffolk
- Two men plead not guilty to murder over fatal stabbing in Great Yarmouth last November
- There are delays on the A1064 near Acle remains shut as recovery of an overturned sewage tanker takes place