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It will be cloudy at first with outbreaks of rain, locally heavy at times. It will then become dry later in the night with clear spells, and a moderate breeze picking up, particularly around the coast. Lows of 1C (34F).
Friday will be dry at first, but cloud will increase during the morning with the odd shower possible in the afternoon. Top temperature: 11C (52F).
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The first of this year's peregrine falcon chicks at Norwich Cathedral has hatched.
Here are this evening's news headlines:
- Staff who work for a Norfolk care company say there have been improvements since a damning report by the Care Quality Commission
- Fire engines are expected to stay into the evening at the scene of a fire that destroyed a thatched cottage at Belton
- The first of this year's peregrine falcon eggs at Norwich Cathedral has hatched
A leading consultant surgeon from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is hosting the UK's second international conference in reconstructive surgery next month.
Andrea Figus says a panel of experts from the USA, Japan and Europe will attend the conference at De Vere Dunston Hall, near Norwich, enabling them to "share experience of current research and technology... and encourage collaboration to establish a strong network."
The NNUH treats patients from Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire. Its plastic surgery department carries out around 200 microsurgery procedures every year, in operations ranging from four to eight hours.
BBC Radio 2
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with a series of arson attacks in Watton, including a fire that destroyed a dugout at a sports centre.
The boys, aged 15 and 16, from the Thetford area, were arrested yesterday and questioned at Wymondham in connection with fires at Watton Sports Centre, an industrial unit at Griston Road, and a straw bale fire at the airfield, along with an incident of shoplifting in Carbrooke.
The teenagers have been released on conditional bail while inquiries continue.
The final section of one of the UK's largest solar farms has been completed, with the installation of four separate solar generating units to aircraft hangars at Scottow Enterprise Park.
The 50MW Scottow Moor Solar Ltd (SMSL) farm , located on the former RAF Coltishall air base, is generating enough clean energy to power the equivalent of 12-15,000 homes, with a CO2 saving of nearly 20,000 tonnes per annum.
The solar farm will bring landowner Norfolk County Council in excess of £10m in rental income from SMSL over the next 25 years.
BBC Weather Watchers
There were sunny skies across parts of Norfolk earlier, but it will become cloudy and breezy, with frequent outbreaks of rain - even hail at times. Feeling cold for April, with a maximum temperature of 10C (50F).
Many thanks for BBC Weather Watcher "joineryman" for this photograph of Mundesley a short while ago.
Norwich Evening News
Norwich Evening News
A fire investigator officer is at the scene of a thatched cottage fire in Belton, near Great Yarmouth.
The blaze broke out shortly before 19:30 yesterday, and eight pumps attended, leaving the scene about seven hours later. The occupants got out of the property safely.
Earlier today firefighters were called back to the cottage, where they continue to turn and damp down the fire. They are expected to remain there for the rest of the day.
A red squirrel "wondermum" has died, but her maternal spirit lives on at Pensthorpe Natural Park, near Fakenham.
"Tortoiseshell", who was nine years old, produced 50 kittens in her lifetime, and the latest of her bright-eyed and bushy-tailed great-grand kittens have just taken their first footsteps in the spring sunshine.
Red squirrels survive in only a handful of locations in the UK, and Pensthorpe is one of them. It's hoped the kittens will eventually become part of the East Anglian Red Squirrel Group breeding programme.
Eastern Daily Press
A car production company says it owes its success to a south Norfolk innovation hub launched a decade ago today.
Zenos Cars started with just three people when it began production at the Hethel Engineering Centre four years ago. Now more than 20 people are employed at its new and larger premises in Wymondham, where it produces 100 vehicles a year.
The E-10, which comes in three variants, was launched last year with a selling price starting just below £27,000. Managing director Mark Edwards describes their sports cars, half of which are sold overseas, as "pure, thrilling fun... at an affordable price".
BBC Radio Norfolk
Hethel Engineering Centre, near Wymondham, is celebrating its 10th anniversary today.
The £4.5m venture was created by the county council in partnership with the East of England Development Agency and other partners as a base for engineering and business in the region.
Over the past decade it has created 700 jobs, as well as providing space to get new firms off the ground. It has also developed a national reputation for high-performance engineering.
The boss of a home care provider in Norfolk says it is working to improve, following a damning report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Better Healthcare Norwich was found to be inadequate in the way it handled complaints, and didn't have enough staff to meet people's demands.
The company has recruited 21 new carers since the beginning of the year, bringing the total to 50. Managing director Marc Diamond said: "We're not completely out of the woods as it takes a while for the new carers to get the experience necessary... but we've come a long way since the beginning of the year."
BBC Radio Norfolk sport
Three Norfolk sides will go into the final weekend of the football season fighting over one place outside the relegation zone.
Swaffham lost their game in hand 3-1 against Saffron Walden last night to remain in trouble.
With Whitton United already relegated, the other two relegation positions will be filled by Norfolk teams.
Although there are three relegation places, there could be a reprieve for the team finishing third- bottom.
BBC Look East political correspondent
There were impassioned speeches in Parliament yesterday as MPs got their first chance to debate plans for East Anglian devolution.
Under the scheme, which could be introduced next year, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire would get a directly-elected mayor, who would have new powers over matters such as transport and strategic planning.
The Conservative MP for South Norfolk, Richard Bacon, pointed out that there were already 1,200 councillors across the three counties, asking whether the public really wanted any more.
Sir Henry Bellingham, North West Norfolk Conservative MP, said there was a "passion for Norfolk... we have no affinity to a concept such as East Anglia".
The MPs present at the debate said they all supported the idea of devolution, but were not happy with the present plans.
Cromer Town FC, which is facing the prospect of having to leave its Cabbell Park home, may have been thrown a lifeline.
Plans for a £3.5m medical centre for the site had left the club facing the loss of its community clubhouse, which brings in vital funds for them. North Norfolk District Council and MedCentres, which are behind the development, have now struck a deal offering the club a three-year lease period to remain at the clubhouse until it finds a suitable home.
District council leader Tom Fitzpatrick described the deal as a "win-win situation".
Eastern Daily Press
BBC Radio Norfolk sport
Grand Prix speedway star Niels-Kristian Iversen says it was the correct decision to postpone the meeting between King's Lynn Stars and Poole Pirates last night.
Rain and hail in west Norfolk had left the surface very slippery and potentially dangerous.
Due to the meeting being televised there was no option to delay the start in order to continue to improve the track.
BBC Radio Norfolk
A fire that broke out in a thatched cottage in Belton last night has re-ignited this morning.
About 70 firefighters fought the blaze, which started shortly before 19:30. Crews left the scene seven hours later.
Three fire engines have been called back to the scene this morning, as the fire has started again.
A company that provides carers to help people in their own home has been told it has to improve.
A report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) says Better Healthcare Services (Norwich) was not "consistently safe or caring." The company admits there was a problem after 12 carers quit in the space of a fortnight.
The remaining carers were praised in the CQC report. The firm says it has been recruiting more staff and improving services.
BBC Look East weather
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