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November 26 2014 Latest news:
Fears have been raised about a “really serious problem of low educational standards in Lowestoft” as a third secondary school out of four in the town is today put into special measures.
Fresh hopes have been handed to Norwich communities hit badly by flooding earlier this year.
A Norfolk teenager has told of the horrendous abuse suffered by his mother as he backs an anti-domestic violence campaign.
Like many little girls, four-year-old Carmel Lucas dreamt of starring in Swan Lake and becoming a ballerina.
Communities have rallied to support two Norwich high schools which came under heavy fire in damning Ofsted reports.
Bosses at automotive group Caterham are locked in crunch talks to determine the fate of its business in Norfolk, the EDP understands.
New writing, theatre, dance and more is in store for audiences in the New Year at Norwich arts venue The Garage.
Writer GARETH CALWAY meets a Norfolk electrician who’s heading off for a career break.. in the South Atlantic
It was a wartime love story, that concluded with a happy ending.
What did you think of Norwich City’s performance against Brighton? Let us know by rating the players out of 10 at www.pinkun.com/rate-the-players
A huge collection of memorabilia from Great Yarmouth’s Speedway track has sold at auction for more than six times the estimate.
The Duchess of Cambridge was greeted by ecstatic schoolchildren as she arrived at the Norfolk Showground on Tuesday morning to launch a charity appeal.
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A growing family firm is using the power of new media to encourage would-be staff to think about careers in the agricultural machinery sector.
Michael Bailey turns the spotlight on Tuesday night’s Norwich City Football Club annual general meeting at Carrow Road
The home of quarter-finalists Gorleston will host this evening’s last scheduled Norfolk Senior Cup fourth round tie between Caister and King’s Lynn Town.
From Belgian chocolates to Transylvanian glass, the flavour and feel of the continent comes to four Norfolk market towns over the next few weeks as they are transformed into bustling European market places.