Evening News: A week in pictures
PUBLISHED: 08:06 30 September 2012
The rejection of Asda's proposed site was still in the news this week but what else happened this week?
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.
EN week in pictures
Boxer Herbie Hide spoke out for the first time since a warrent was issued for him to return to court over an unpaid fine.
Tributes were paid to Former Norwich City manager John Bond who died this week.
City College students who grow over 60,000 plants each year to add to adorn the streets of Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams
iPhone 5 customers waited at the Apple Store, Chapelfield, Norwich eager to get their hands on the must have latest generation of the mobile phone. Photo: Steve Adams
Children including Bea and Louis Bertram had their first opportunity to enjoy play time on Sandringham Road in Norwich after the street was closed. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY
Private cars on St Stephens Street in Norwich maybe a thing of the past if council plans go ahead. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY
Frank Bruno and Trisha Goddardwere together for the Mind Charity Gala Event at Dunston Hall. Photo by Lee Blanchflower.
The old Bally factory site from Bessemer Road, where the proposal to build an Asda Supermarket had been rejected by the City Council was still in the news this week. Picture: Denise Bradley
Sheridan Smith, marketing manager for Chapelfield Shopping Mall tried out the Magic Mirror, watched by Adam Vahed from Apache, the company who developed the virtual changing room that could change the way we try on clothes. Picture: Denise Bradley
Olga Demina who died from cervical cancer is being remembered by friends and family in a kayak paddle in her name.
The Nemesis electric supercar, which was built by an expert team at a secret Norfolk location, is believed to have broken the UK land-speed record . Photos: Ecotricity press office.
Actor Sam Clemmett, from Brundall has got his big break in ITVs Foyle's War. Photo: Faye Thomas.
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