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  1. Police investigate "unexplained" deaths of two people and a dog on a boat at Wroxham
  2. Updates resume at 08:00 on Monday

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Thank you for joining us on a day dominated by continuing investigations into the deaths of a man and woman on a boat moored at Wroxham on the Broads.

    Among the other stories we have covered was news that Norwich City have extended the contracts of Alex Tettey, Wes Hoolahan and Michael Turner, and on King's Lynn Town's search for a match day mascot.

    You can scroll back through our updates for any you might have missed.

    We'll be back at 08:00 on Monday. Have a good weekend.

  2. Overnight weather: Mainly dry, feeling humid

    Dan Holley

    BBC Look East weather

    A few isolated showers are possible tonight, but most places will be dry. It'll be mild and humid, with lows of 11C (52F).

    Overnight weather map

    There'll be some bright or sunny spells tomorrow, but there will also be a few scattered showers developing, which could be heavy or locally thundery. Highs of 22C (70F).

    Get the full forecast where you live from BBC Weather.  

  3. Watch: 'Sky-view' of the NDR route

    If you've driven around the north of Norwich recently, you can't have missed the construction work taking place for the Northern Distributor Road.

    The 20km (12.4 miles) dual carriageway will run from the A47 at Postwick, east of Norwich, to the A1067 north of Taverham.

    Local photographer Mike Page has taken to the skies, and sent us this video showing the latest stage of construction work.  

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    Video caption: Aerial view of construction work on the NDR
  4. Airport cyber attack: Investigations continue

    Paul Moseley

    BBC Radio Norfolk

    An investigation by Norfolk police into a cyber attack on Norwich Airport is continuing.

    In November, BBC Radio Norfolk received a call from a man claiming he had hacked into the airport's website to prove it was vulnerable to attack.

    The man, who called himself "His Royal Gingerness", said he'd heard another hacker had planned to put fake bomb alerts on the site at Christmas, potentially causing chaos.

    Fingers typing on a computer keyboard

     A 29-year-old man was arrested in Dover, in February, in connection with the cyber attack.  He was given bail until this month, and police now say he has been rebailed until August 1.   

  5. Councils join forces to fight coastal erosion

    Councils from Norfolk and Suffolk are joining forces to fight coastal erosion along the 220km (136 miles) of coastline from Holkham in north Norfolk to Landguard Point in Felixstowe.

    Representatives of the council with a banner

    Four councils - North Norfolk District, Great Yarmouth Borough, Waveney District and Suffolk Coastal District - have signed up to a new organisation, "Coastal Partnership East", bringing together resources and expertise.  

    Quote Message: The great advantage of bringing together these four councils is we can share resources and expertise... helping us to meet some of the big challenges along our coastline." from Bill Parker Head of coastal management, Coastal Partnership East
    Bill ParkerHead of coastal management, Coastal Partnership East
  6. Broads deaths: 'Growing belief' that carbon monoxide may have been factor

    Kim Riley

    BBC Look East

    Although investigations continue into the deaths of the two people found on a boat on the River Bure at Wroxham Broad, there's a growing belief that their deaths may have been due to carbon monoxide poisoning, say from a cooker or a heater on board.

    Forensic officers' vehicles at the scene

    That, of course, if yet to be established, and police stress the deaths continue to be treated as "unexplained".   

    Today forensic teams have been at work at the site of a boatyard at the Norfolk Broads Yacht club, where the boat was towed. The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has been assessing the vessel.

  7. Listen: King's Lynn Town search for new mascot

    Chris Goreham

    BBC Radio Norfolk sport

    King's Lynn Town have launched a competition to find the club's first ever mascot. 

    They're asking local primary schools to get involved in designing a new character to become part of the match day entertainment at The Walks next season.  

    Manager Gary Setchell told me he looks forward to a "big old teddy bear high-fiving me every time we score"...

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    Video caption: The Linnets manager Gary Setchell on a competition for children to design a new mascot

    The closing date for the competition is 30 July.

  8. Watch: Reporter looks back at 'gentlemanly' 1975 referendum

    In 1975, Michael Cole was one of the BBC's referendum correspondents, and 41 years later he's gone back on the campaign trail to see how things have changed.

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    Video caption: Former BBC reporter returns to the campaign trail

    You can see more of his report in Sunday Politics at 11:00 on BBC One.

  9. Climber was taking 'very serious risks' says travel expert

    Yesterday we reported news of the death of Norwich man Aiden Webb, 22, who fell while solo-climbing a mountain in Vietnam.

    Today travel expert Simon Calder has told us that Mr Webb was taking "very serious risks" climbing the mountain on his own.

    Aiden Webb

    Mr Calder, senior travel editor for The Independent, said people travelling to relatively poor countries could not expect the same standard of search and rescue efforts as in the west.

    He said: "I'm sorry to say if his girlfriend goes to the police and says 'My boyfriend is lost on the mountain' they're going to say 'Well, what do you expect us to do about it?'. 

    "That sounds terribly harsh but I'm afraid they're poorly resourced; they don't have the same scope to organise big rescues and their response."

  10. Wroxham deaths: More details released

    The man and woman found dead on a boat on the Norfolk Broads were aged in their 60s and 50s respectively, police have said.

    Officers were called to the privately-owned boat at about 16:00 yesterday. The body of a dog was also found on the boat.

    Investigations are continuing.

  11. 'Disney' kittens dumped by roadside

    Five kittens have been rescued by the RSPCA after they were found dumped by the roadside in Attleborough last week.

    The five kittens in a box

    The three female and two male five-week-old kittens were discovered in a cardboard box on West Carr Road, by a passer-by who heard them mewing.

    The box that contained the kittens

    The kittens have been named Nemo, Bruce, Dory, Flo and Squirt after characters from Disney's Finding Nemo. RSPCA officer Paige Burnham says they're doing well, and "hopefully will be ready to be rehomed in a few weeks".

  12. Wroxham boat deaths: Broads Authority rangers were first on scene

    The Broads Authority has issued this statement from its chief executive John Packman regarding the deaths of a man, a woman and a dog on a boat at Wroxham Island.

    It says: "We received a call from a member of the public at 16:00 who was also advised to call the police while we mobilised. Two of our rangers were first on scene at 16:20 and we provided support to the emergency services.

    Broads scene with yacht

    "They transported police officers and paramedics to the private cruiser, advised police on the details of the vessel and closed the river while maintaining access for officers as required throughout the evening."The boat was recovered by rangers and the river was reopened at 21:30 when we were stood down but we will continue to help with any ongoing investigations."Our thoughts and sympathies are very much with all those affected by this tragedy.”    

  13. Watch: Police at scene of 'unexplained' boat deaths

    Investigations are continuing into the deaths of a man and woman whose bodies were found on a boat moored on Wroxham Broad yesterday afternoon.

    The deaths are being treated as unexplained.  

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    Video caption: Death on Broads boat 'unexplained'
  14. Peregrine falcon chick died following 'harassment' from dominant female

    Back to the sad news about the loss of the peregrine falcon chick from the Norwich Cathedral spire.

    Nigel Middleton, from the Hawk and Owl Trust said the bird left the nest box - as seen in the video below -  yesterday morning and landed on a very low wall.

    "We had to intervene and take her back up to the bell tower so that the parents, the male bird, could actually bring her food," he said.

    "And all things were going well and then she started to get a lot of harassment from the dominant female that we now have there, the newcomer and unfortunately that newcomer treated her not as an existing fledgling chick but as an intruding peregrine falcon."

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    Video caption: First peregrine chick on Norwich Cathedral fledges
  15. Picture: A Red Arrow's-eye view of Norwich

    At the speed they travel, you might think everything would be a blur, but the Red Arrows passed over Norwich yesterday and managed to take this fantastic picture.

    It's certainly proving popular on social media, getting 366 "likes" on Twitter at the last count.

    View more on twitter
  16. Wroxham deaths: Who raised the alarm?

    BBC Radio Norfolk

    Police were called to Wroxham Island after the public alerted them over the amount of time the boat had been moored there.

    Aerial photo showing Wroxham Island

    It was then that police found the bodies of a man and a woman and a dog on the privately-owned boat. 

    Officers say they are currently in the process of contacting their next-of-kin and no further details will be released at this stage. 

  17. Wroxham deaths: Two dead confirmed as man and a woman

    More now on the deaths of the two people at Wroxham. 

    Officers have confirmed the two bodies are of a man and a woman, and that they are treating the deaths as unexplained

    They were called to the scene at Wroxham Broad yesterday afternoon. The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has been called in to assess the boat, which has been towed away to a local boatyard.

    Police forensic van at Wroxham yacht club
  18. BreakingNorwich City extend Hoolahan, Tettey and Turner contracts

    Chris Goreham

    BBC Radio Norfolk sport

    Norwich City have announced that Alex Tettey, Wes Hoolahan and Michael Turner (pictured) have all triggered one-year contract extensions. 

    Nine players are leaving the club, including Gary O'Neil who signed for Bristol City yesterday, and youngsters Jamar Loza, Reece Hall-Johnson and Cameron King. 

    Michael Turner

    Two other academy graduates, Michee Efete and Ray Grant have signed new one-year deals with the option of a further year.