August 2 2014 Latest news:
A village memorial was shattered when a car smashed into it on the eve of the centenary of the First World War.
A woman in her 50s remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital following a three vehicle crash near Norwich.
The government needs to give the community more power to hold police and crime commissioners to account, according to the county councillor who chairs Norfolk’s Police and Crime Panel.
A crowd of thousands is expected in Watton this weekend for the return of one of the UK’s longest-running showcases of country pursuits and family entertainment.
Stylish wedding dresses spanning the century will be on show this weekend for charity.
Joined-up thinking between companies on an edge-of-city business estate has led to faster access to the internet.
Shows fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, live music, new writing and more feature in the new season at The Garage in Norwich.
In Saturday’s Eastern Daily Press, we reproduce every name of the 16,500 individuals from Norwich and all towns and villages across our region who marched off to war and never came back.
With frightening levels of youth unemployment, you’d think employers crying out for raw young talent would have applicants queuing around the block.
On August 4 1914 darkness fell across Britain after the outbreak of the First World War.
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A north Suffolk student has been named runner-up in the Jamie Oliver national youth cooking competition.
Nrowich City boss Neil Adams insists he would welcome Ricky van Wolfswinkel back into his squad if the Dutch international rejects a loan move to French Ligue One club St Etienne.
This week’s West Norfolk Sports Podcast focuses on a massive weekend for those connected with two sports in the area.
Hungry residents and peckish visitors feasted on dishes from across the globe during an alfresco evening of food, music and fun in Great Yarmouth.