- Norwich City striker Dieumerci Mbokani 'unharmed but shaken' after Brussels airport attack
- The world's first recorded wild grey seal twins are returned to the wild
- MP Sir Henry Bellingham says he views the idea of an East Anglian mayor with 'extreme suspicion'
- News, sport, weather and travel updates resume at 08:00 on Wednesday
Tonight will remain dry, with a slight frost.
Temperatures will fall to 4(C) (39F).Copyright: BBC Weather
More money should be put into Norfolk's community pharmacies, not less, says a spokesperson for the county's Local Pharmaceutical Committee.Copyright: Getty Images
Tony Dean says the Department of Health's vision to save £170m from pharmacy funding is flawed, and that far better savings could by made by using pharmacies more wisely.Quote Message: Let's go back to square one and rather than taking money from community pharmacies, use them to save far more money in the longer term." from Tony Dean Norfolk Local Pharmaceutical Committee
BBC Radio Norfolk sport
King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell says his team need a "mini miracle" if they are to make the Southern Premier play-offs.
The Linnets tonight host fifth-placed Hitchin, who currently occupy the final play-off spot and are 11 points ahead of Lynn.
But Setchell says they haven't given up hope of extending their season.Copyright: kltown.co.ukQuote Message: If we can pull off a mini miracle with three wins from the next three then we are going to be right back in there." from Gary Setchell King's Lynn Town manager
The leader of Norwich City Council says he has "grave reservations" about an elected mayor for East Anglia.Copyright: BBC
Alan Waters says the proposal announced as part of plans for shared powers in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk "is the antithesis of local democracy, which is the heart of what we're all about at the city council".
Labour councillor Mr Waters, who said an elected mayor could work for an urban conurbation such as Greater Manchester, added: "This region is a very diverse area, urban and rural across a very wide geography."
A full interview with Mr Waters will be on Look East at 18:30 tonight, on BBC One.
A charity is thanking people who have donated more than 600 replacement Easter eggs for children with cancer, after the original batch was stolen from a depot in Norwich.Copyright: Lennox Children's Cancer Fund
About 170 eggs were taken on Sunday from CitySprint, which had collected them to deliver to the Lennox Children's Cancer Fund.
Natalie Thurlow, fundraising officer, said: "People who carry out this sort of theft are just ignorant of the effect it has in depriving the children of a bit of joy."
A school in Gorleston is on the hunt for a pig shelter for a project teaching pupils about farming and food production.
Peterhouse Primary also needs fencing and a storage shed.
The school says the animals will be kept for their whole natural life.
BBC Radio Suffolk political reporter
Plans to merge the trading standards services of Suffolk and Norfolk have been on the agenda for a meeting of Suffolk County Council's cabinet.
It's been suggested that a merger would future-proof them and that a full business case should be developed.
If councillors agree to pursue the proposal, a full consultation would then take place.
Norwich Evening News
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BBC Radio Norfolk
A cyclist has been taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge after being involved in a crash with a vehicle in King's Lynn earlier today.
Medics from the Magpas Air Ambulance assessed the woman, who's in her 40s, before flying her to hospital. She had sustained head and pelvic injuries.
The East of England Ambulance Service, Norfolk Fire and Rescue and Norfolk Police also attended the incident.
The stories in the news today:
- A man has been jailed for making a hoax bomb threat to a supermarket in Great Yarmouth
- The leader of Norwich City Council says he has "grave reservations" about an elected mayor for East Anglia
- A woman has been arrested following the theft of Easter Eggs intended for children with cancer
- Canaries striker Dieumerci Mbokani, who was at the airport in Brussels this morning, is "unharmed by shaken" say Norwich City Football Club
- The world's first recorded wild grey seal twins have been released into the wild
East Harling is on the brink of developing major new sports facilities at its recreation ground.Copyright: Diss Express
BBC Local Live
Lord Tebbit has told the House of Lords that East Anglia does not need an elected mayor, as suggested in last week's Budget as part of plans for shared powers between Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.Copyright: BBC
Lord Tebbit, a former Conservative cabinet minister, told peers: "Those of us who have the privilege of living in East Anglia and particularly those of us who live in Bury St Edmunds, where we have an excellent council... do not need an elected mayor for East Anglia.
"That will only raise costs, introduce another layer of government and lead to further escalation of these problems."
Eastern Daily Press
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A man has died after a crash in Great Ryburgh earlier today.
Norfolk Police was called to Bridge Road at about 05:30, after a blue Vauxhall Corsa left the road and hit a tree.
The man, in his 30s, died at the scene. The road was closed for several hours, reopening by 11:30.
It was a chilly start to the day, but the sun did shine, as captured by BBC Weather Watcher Jess in Elveden this morning.
More cloud is expected this afternoon, with temperatures reaching a maximum of 12C (54F).Copyright: Weather Watcher Jess
A road-hogging pig stopped traffic for an hour as it went for a "stroll" on a dual carriageway.Copyright: Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing
A stretch of the A11 at Thetford was closed after traffic police were called at 09:36.
The pig was in a lay-by on the southbound carriageway at Roudham Heath near Snetterton when officers caught up with it. The road was reopened at 10:25 and the animal was returned to a farmer's field nearby.
BBC Radio Norfolk
A woman in her 30s has been arrested on suspicion of theft and burglary after 170 Easter eggs were stolen in Norwich at the weekend.
The eggs and a laptop were taken from CitySprint on Sunday night. The company had been collecting them to give to the Lennox Children's Cancer Fund.
The woman is being questioned at Wymondham police headquarters.
Norwich Evening News
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The world's first recorded wild grey seal twins have been returned to the wild.
Born at Horsey Gap, but abandoned by their mother, the brother and sister have been cared for by the RSPCA and had never swam in the sea before.
The seals have been tagged, but won't be tracked. Expects say they are likely to go their separate ways.