Matthew Gudgin sits in and looks ahead to a decision on the King's Lynn incinerator.
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Chris is live from the Royal Norfolk Show to find out what's happening on day two.
Chris is live from the first day of the Royal Norfolk Show and finds out what's happening.
Chris finds out about some small businesses that have been the target of scammers.
Chris finds out why tenants in a block of flats in Norwich are worried about eviction.
Chris finds out about a campaign to make the road between Norwich and North Walsham safer.
Chris finds out about the industrial action being taken by some Norfolk GPs today.
Chris finds out why fishing boats in King's Lynn have been told to stop work.
Chris finds out why many of us can't be bothered to recycle our waste correctly.
Chris finds out about the Norfolk-born solider who has been killed in Afghanistan.
Chris hears how Norfolk County Council has invested £26 million in tobacco companies.
Chris hears how the mother of a cyclist killed in Norwich wants the law to be changed.
Chris hears how a new report says too many inmates at Norwich Prison are self-harming.
A man pleads guilty to vandalising police cars and a police station in Great Yarmouth.
Chris looks at plans for a new supermarket in Wells-next-the-Sea.
Chris looks at Norwich City's appointment of Chris Hughton as manager.
Chris discovers that a new manager for Norwich City could be appointed soon.
Chris looks at new plans to develop the site of the former RAF Coltishall air base.
Chris brings you coverage of Jubilee celebrations in Norfolk.
Chris finds out about celebrations for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee this weekend.
Graham Barnard sits in, as Paul Lambert offers his resignation to Norwich City.