August 30 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk photographer David Tipling talks about the atmospheric winter picture which has put him in line for a prestigious wildlife award – with the help of EDP readers.
His documentaries are billed as surprising real-life stories and hard-hitting current affairs but, reports ROWAN MANTELL, one of the biggest stories he covered came as a shock even to BBC presenter David Whiteley.
A lucky holidaymaker galloped to a great win at Great Yarmouth Racecourse after scooping more than £3,400 - from a £6.40 bet.
Rain, rain — go away. With today’s heavy showers it pays to be prepared for your summer fun not to be spoilt. Thankfully there is still plenty to do with wellies and an umbrella. SIMON PARKIN picks 25 places to head to stay dry.
The Archdeacon of Norwich has urged other cancer patients to not hide away from the disease after sharing her story about her ongoing battle with breast cancer.
It’s time to celebrate a decade of fantastic food and delicious drink. The Norfolk Food and Drink Festival 2014 has been officially launched with six weeks of celebration to look forward to. STACIA BRIGGS joined almost 300 guests at The Assembly House in Norwich to kick-start the festival.
Tim Holden, chief executive of Holden Group, breaks his holiday resolution to look at a diesel dilemma.
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Roughly 200 people have volunteered at a beloved abbey on the River Bure as the project to restore it comes to an end.
A pretty home, with a Georgian façade, Hill Farm at Heckingham, near Loddon, brings together country character and modern style - and all in a beautiful setting - for £750,000.
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