December 6 2013 Latest news:
‘Tis the season to be jolly. But some of those jokes in the Christmas crackers are more likely to make you groan than grin. RICHARD BATSON had a hunt around Santa’s grotto for top 10 festive rib ticklers. But you might still groan.
Police have warned flood “sightseers” at the seafront and North Quay areas of Great Yarmouth that they are putting their safety at risk.
High-profile media reports about child abduction and the risk from increasingly busy roads have led to a situation where only one in seven children plays outdoors as much as their parents did.
A Norwich-based scientist has joined a quest to help improve healthcare in a deprived African country after setting up a new charity.
Have a merry local Christmas this year by filling your festive table with the best of Norfolk’s food and drink. The EDP Adnams Food and Drink Festival isn’t just for September – it’s an all-year-round celebration of the best the county has to offer. STACIA BRIGGS reports
Familiarity certainly doesn’t breed contempt with the Ford Mondeo – it’s popular, practical and provides sensible transport for so many people.
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While shivering through one of the coldest winters in recent years, many Norfolk people would have jumped at the chance to relocate to the warmer climes of Florida.
Planning a wedding? Make sure you save the dates of the EDP wedding shows – they’re one stop shops for everything your special day could possibly need, says EDP Bride magazine editor JO MALONE.
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When it comes to choosing a pair of spectacles, most of us will try on a few designs, check the latest trends and see what our friends and family think of the frames. For dispensing opticians like James Conway at Dipple & Conway, its three years’ hard study and annual training “top-ups” to be able to interpret people’s prescriptions. Amanda Sandland-Taylor finds out more.