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  1. Clacton Air Show continues with tribute to Great War dead

    Clacton Air Show continued today with the Red Arrows and Great War Display Team both celebrating 100 years of the Royal Air Force.

    More than 30,000 biodegradable poppies were scattered in the water off Clacton Pier to remember those who died in World War One.

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  2. Peterborough theatre boss hits out: ‘Greedy acts killed The Broadway’

    Peterborough Telegraph

    The man hoping to revive the fortunes of The Broadway has launched an astonishing attack on “greedy performers” blaming them for the city theatre’s woes - and became involved in a war of words with one of the companies left out of pocket.

  3. 'Extremely busy' Peterborough hospital's bank holiday plea

    Peterborough City Hospital has urged people to only attend its A&E over the bank holiday weekend if they require emergency treatment.

    The hospital has tweeted it is "extremely busy treating poorly patients" and asked those needing non-emergency healthcare to find help elsewhere.

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  4. Fans hope to banish the blues at Portman Road

    Ipswich Town stadium

    A group of Ipswich Town fans has started a campaign to improve the matchday atmosphere at Portman Road.

    Max Helm of new supporters' group Blue Action said: "The atmosphere here is inconsistent, often very flat and can be very negative.

    "We want to consolidate the fantastic like-minded fans who want to make some noise for 90 minutes."

    He said he was liaising with the club on its ideas, including grouping Blue Action fans in the North Stand, behind the goal.

    The club has been approached for comment.

    BBC Sport: Ipswich Town

  5. Thieves walked elderly man to cash machine

    Police are trying to trace up to seven young men who "ganged up" on an elderly man in Ipswich and forced him to withdraw cash for them.

    Sainsbury's Hadleigh Road Ipswich

    The suspects forced their way into his home in the Handford Road area late on Wednesday and searched the house for an hour.

    They then walked the man to the cash machine at Sainsbury's on Hadleigh Road, where he withdrew cash between 00:30 and 00:40 on Thursday, and then walked him home.

    He called police when they left at 01:00.

    Det Ch Insp Jeff Yaxley said the "cowardly" suspects were aged in their teens to mid-20s and were believed to be eastern European.

  6. Woman and two men jailed for Class A dealing in Norwich

    A woman and two men from Norwich have been jailed for conspiracy to supply class A drugs including heroin and crack cocaine in the city.

    Yasmin Luparello, Connor Griggs and James Dexter
    Image caption: (left to right) Yasmin Luparello, Connor Griggs and James Dexter

    Yasmin Luparello, 30, of Cubitt Road, was sentenced to two years at Norwich Crown Court

    Connor Griggs, 21, of Skelton Road, received a 32-month term and James Dexter, 42, of Jordan Close, was jailed for 16 months.

    All had pleaded guilty to drug dealing offences committed between November and March.

    Det Sgt Matt Barden said: "We are continuing to take positive action against those who are concerned in supplying Class A drugs regardless of whether you are local or coming into the county to commit crime."

  7. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M25 Essex anti-clockwise

    BBC News Travel

    M25 Essex anti-clockwise severe disruption, from J27 for M11 J6 to J26 for A121 Honey Lane.

    M25 Essex - One lane closed and slow traffic on M25 anticlockwise from J27 M11 J6 to J26, A121 (Waltham Abbey), because of a broken down vehicle.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  8. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A140 Norfolk both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A140 Norfolk both ways severe accident, near Rectory Road.

    A140 Norfolk - A140 Ipswich Road in Tivetshall Saint Mary blocked and queuing traffic in both directions near the Rectory Road junction, because of an accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  9. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M11 Cambridgeshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M11 Cambridgeshire northbound severe disruption, at J14 for A14 J31 Girton.

    M11 Cambridgeshire - One lane closed and slow traffic on M11 northbound at J14, A14 J31 (Girton), because of a broken down vehicle.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  10. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M25 Essex anti-clockwise

    BBC News Travel

    M25 Essex anti-clockwise severe disruption, after J26 for A121 Honey Lane.

    M25 Essex - One lane closed and very slow traffic on M25 anticlockwise after J26, A121 (Waltham Abbey), because of a broken down vehicle.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  11. Plans for £2.6m investment at Hadleigh swimming pool

    Suffolk Free Press

    Work on a new multi-million pound investment in Hadleigh’s swimming pool is set to commence at the beginning of 2019, as details of the project are unveiled.

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  12. TV drama featuring Dereham will 'benefit local area'

    A new drama starting on BBC One this weekend, from the writer and producers of hit police drama Line Of Duty, will include footage of Dereham in the dark!

    The new series, called Bodyguard, stars Keeley Hawes as the home secretary assigned a heroic but volatile war veteran as her specialist protection officer, played by Richard Madden of Game of Thrones fame.

    Bodyguard scene

    Some scenes were filmed in February on the Mid Norfolk Railway and its manager George Saville said the series will benefit the whole area.

    "it's a good revenue generator for the railway and will bring in more people to benefit providers of accommodation, pubs, restaurants and attractions.

    "We're just trying to figure out a place to put a television screen on the station so we can all watch it."

    Bodyguard is on Sunday at 21:00.