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  1. Investigations continue into RAF Marham attempted abduction
  2. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge release pictures of Prince George on his third birthday
  3. Norwich City's new third kit is a throwback to the club's old 'egg and cress' shirt of the 1990s
  4. Updates from Norfolk on Friday, 22 July 2016

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By Caroline Kingdon

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our coverage throughout the day

    That's all from the Norfolk Live team for today, and for this week - thanks for joining us.

    Here's a brief look at some of the stories we've brought you today: 

    • Police say their investigation into the RAF Marham attempted abduction has "progressed" and they're urging anyone in the vicinity of the Costcutters store to come forward
    • New photographs of Prince George have been released to mark his third birthday - they were taken at the Sandringham Estate, home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

    And the sports news:

    • Norwich City unveil their new third kit
    • Sergi Canos is set to make his first appearance for the Canaries this weekend

    Thanks for joining us - have a good weekend.

  2. Weather: A warm, dry night

    BBC Weather

    Any showers will ease, leaving a dry and warm night. There may be some mist or fog patches.

    Minimum temperature: 15C (59F).

    Weather graphic for Friday night, Saturday and Sunday

    Mist or fog will soon clear to leave a warm and mostly dry day, with sunny spells. There may be a few showers in the afternoon.

    Maximum temperature: 26C (79F).

    BBC Weather has more information for you. 

  3. 'Tough love' course next month in bid to help Diss teenagers

    Diss Express

    Teenagers from Diss will have a chance to begin setting their lives straight at a three-day “tough love” course in August.

    Town sign for Diss
  4. Police issue appeal following two-vehicle collision

    Police are appealing for witnesses following a collision between two vehicles on the A149 this morning.

    Emergency services attended the scene on the Caister bypass, near the Princes of Wales Road junction, shortly after 11:00 following reports of a collision between a silver Vauxhall Astra and a black Mini.

    The Mini's occupant suffered serious facial injuries and was airlifted to the Norwich and Norwich University Hospital for treatment. The occupant of the Astra, who suffered chest, leg and hand injuries, was taken to hospital for treatment.

    The A149 was closed while emergency services dealt with the incident, reopening shortly after 16:00.

  5. RAF Marham attack 'almost certainly terrorism', claims former army commander

    The former commanding officer of the Royal Anglian Regiment, Col Richard Kemp, says he can't think of any motive other than terrorism for the attempted abduction of an RAF Marham serviceman.

    "The description of the individuals is of either Middle Eastern or Asian origin which would certainly suggest the profile that's most common to Islamic terrorists operating here in the United Kingdom," he said.

    "So I think it's highly likely that with somebody in the vicinity of a military base - obviously a military person out running - attempted abduction is almost certainly going to be terrorism."

    Richard Kemp

    He said the attacks were "obviously" directed at air bases connected with bombing raids on Iraq and Syria.

    "We should not seek to appease these people; we should not become afraid of them, we should respond to their attempts at aggression against us with far harder aggression against them," he said.

    "The last thing we need is to be beaten by these people - they are not capable of beating us and we should stand up to them in every possible way we can." 

  6. Watch: Canaries look backwards for inspiration

    Rob Sykes

    BBC Radio Norfolk

    Today we've brought you news that Norwich City have released a new third kit that is sure to divide opinion.

    They've taken inspiration from the shirt they wore during the inaugural season of the Premier League when they finished third.

    The green and yellow flecked shirt drew derision from fans, but has gone on to become something of a design classic.

    The club will be hoping the new shirt brings as much luck as its predecessor.

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    Video caption: Norwich City revive classic kit that divided opinion
  7. Travel: A11 remains blocked

    BBC Travel

    The A11 in Thetford remains blocked, with queuing traffic northbound after the A1075 junction, because of a multi-vehicle accident.

    Congestion has built up to the A134 Brandon Road junction.

  8. Norfolk MP sworn in as Lord Chancellor

    Caroline Kingdon

    BBC Local Live

    The South West Norfolk MP, Elizabeth Truss, has been been formally sworn in as Lord Chancellor, the first woman to hold the role in its 1,000-year history.

    Dressed in black and gold, Mrs Truss took her oath and pledged to respect the rule of law, defend judicial independence and ensure effective support for the courts.

    Lord Neuberger in black and gold robes and wig, Ms truss in black and gold, and Lord Dyson in red and gold with a wig

    The country's job judges, including Supreme Court President Lord Neuberger (above left) and the Master of the Rolls Lord Dyson (above right) were present for the proceedings at the Royal Courts of Justice yesterday.

  9. Your pictures: Blue skies over Norfolk

    BBC Weather Watchers

    Many thanks to BBC Weather Watcher "Flamingo" for this photo taken in Harleston shortly before 13:00.

    Those blue skies may be clouding over later - the latest BBC weather forecast warns of heavy showers later. 

    A field of golden crops, blue sky with clouds
  10. Police liaising with Met Police counter-terrorism unit

    The attack on a serving member of the armed forces at RAF Marham on Wednesday is still being treated as an attempted abduction, says Norfolk's assistant chief constable.   

    In an interview with BBC Look East's Mike Liggins, Nick Dean said the force had been in "close liaison with the Metropolitan Police counter-terrorism unit from the start".  

    Nick Dean

    He added: "They've been working with us and liaising with us throughout this inquiry.... at this time there's no information or intelligence which has declared this a counter-intelligence investigation."

    Quote Message: That could change as information and intelligence is reviewed and comes into us, but at this time attempted abduction is the main line of inquiry." from Nick Dean Assistant Chief Constable
    Nick DeanAssistant Chief Constable
  11. RAF Marham inquiry 'not limited to Norfolk'

    Norfolk's Assistant Chief Constable Nick Dean said the force was searching beyond East Anglia for the men responsible for the attempted abduction near RAF Marham.

    "We've not just done local CCTV reviews - a number of inquiries have gone beyond Norfolk, into the region and beyond", he said.

    Quote Message: This inquiry is not limited to the vicinity of RAF Marham - any routes beyond the village, into west Norfolk, south into Suffolk and Cambridgeshire - any avenues out of Norfolk, then we'd be looking." from Nick Dean Assistant Chief Constable
    Nick DeanAssistant Chief Constable
  12. RAF Marham: Police investigation has 'progressed'

    Norfolk's Assistant Chief Constable, Nick Dean, says the force's investigation into the Marham attack has progressed over the last 24 hours.

    CCTV has revealed a significant number of people were in the vicinity of the Costcutters store, and police urge them to come forward "no matter how insignificant they think their information is".

    Exterior of the store
    Quote Message: It's the community that come and help us in these inquiries and provide valuable information to us." from Nick Dean Assistant Chief Constable
    Nick DeanAssistant Chief Constable
  13. Travel: A11 blocked northbound

    BBC Travel

    The A11 in Thetford is blocked northbound due to multi-vehicle accident before the A1075.

  14. Canos to make Norwich City bow this weekend

    Chris Goreham

    BBC Radio Norfolk sport

    Norwich City new boy Sergi Canos is set to make his first appearance for the club this weekend. 

    The 19-year-old former Liverpool winger is expected to play against the Russian side Rubin Kazan as the Canaries end a pre-season training camp in Austria. 

    Sergi Canos

    The Norwich City players who featured at Euro 2016 have now joined the squad in Austria but they are not due to play in tomorrow's friendly. 

  15. Media interest continues at RAF Marham

    Jill Bennett

    BBC Radio Norfolk

    Outside the main gate at Marham it's clear that security remains high at the camp.

    The police are still combing CCTV for more clues about the attackers and their vehicle. 

    There's still considerable media interest here with television satellite trucks and camera crews waiting further developments. It's expected that Norfolk police will be able to update on the progress of their investigations later in the day.

    Television cameraman with television reporter Ben Ando
  16. RAF Marham: Supermarket at centre of witness appeal

    Police investigating the attempted abduction of a serviceman near RAF Marham want to talk to people walking or driving near a supermarket at the time of the incident.

    The serviceman was threatened with a knife on Wednesday between 14:55 and 15:26.

    Police want to talk to people walking on Squires Hill, near the Costcutters store, at around the time of the incident.

    Officers have not ruled out a link to terrorism.

    The Costcutters store, with parking area and vehicles