Evening News: A week in pictures
PUBLISHED: 08:00 23 September 2012
This week in the news, Mustard Tv won its licence to broadcast, and Asda's bid for a new store got rejected.
Here are just some of the pictures that helped make the headlines in the Evening News last week. To scroll through the pictures, see the photo gallery at the top-right of this page.
Evening news a week in pictures
The Great Food and Drink Festival Quiz night was held at the Assembly House, Norwich this week. The quiz was hosted by Richard Hughes and tested tastebuds and brain power. Photo: Steve Adams
The sweet smell of life. Sixty five year old June Blythe has regained her sense of smell after 37 years without it. Pictured with some of her baking that she provides to Norwich Foodbank were she volunteers.Photo: Steve Adams
Celebrating the announcement of Mustard TV this week, finance director Luke Stone, chairman Johnny Hustler and managing director Fiona Ryder look forward to the Norwich based TV station. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY.
The public got into the spirit of International Speak Like a Pirate Day at the Theatre Royal. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY
Sharon Thorndyke from Tuckswood won the Granny of the Month on an internet site, . PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY
The Battle of Britain parade was at City Hall in Norwich, which included Lord Mayor Ralph Gayton inspecting troops from RAF Marham. Photo: Bill Smith
Florence Large celebrated her 102nd birthday on Thursday at the Shalom Care Home with senior carer Adam Goodrum. Picture: Denise Bradley
Dane Bowers left Norwich Crown Court for a plea and case management hearing. Picture: Denise Bradley
City College student, Emma-Louise Pottle, 19, received the Governors' Award for Outstanding Student Achievement despite battling with throat cancer during the year. Picture: Denise Bradley
Asda put in a bid for a new supermarket off Hall Road in Norwich, which was rejected by the council.
Aaron Waldrom was fighting in a wrestling event at Epic Studios in Magdalen Street, Norwich, when he dropped to one knee in the middle of the ring after a bruising bout to propose to his girlfriend Briony Thompson, both 27. Picture: Epic Studios
East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) launched its new helicopter, which is capable of flying at night. From left to right pilot Graham Wayman and critical care paramedics Rob Elias and Gary Steward.
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