Search

Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News

Two Myanmar migrant workers Zaw Lin, front  and Win Zaw Htun, behind,  arrive at  Samui provincial court in Suratthani province, Wednesday, July 8, 2015, accused of killing Hannah Witheridge and David Miller. 
(AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

One of the men accused of raping and killing Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge on the Thai island of Koh Tao told a court today how he was tortured to confess to her murder.

Karen White and her son Carl, who suffers from Autism, who returned from holiday too find his sensory garden artificial grass had been stolen over bank holiday weekend.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A five-year-old autistic boy was left in floods of tears after callous thieves targeted his specially-adapted garden.

Police at the scene of a road accident on the A47 neat Swaffham heading to King's Lynn. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A van driver died after the vehicle he was driving left the road and crashed into a tree.

Sean Hunter has created a moving garden so he can run his train.

It is, to say the least, an unusual source of marital strife.

Lyng conker tree. Villagers are trying to save the horse chestnut tree outside the Fox pub,

A bid has been launched to help save a long-established conker tree which sits in the heart of a rural village.

Mental health. Pictured: A woman consoled by her friend. Picture: Newscast Online

Thousands of people with common mental health problems will receive specialist help to overcome anxiety, stress or depression following the launch of an new-look Wellbeing service across Norfolk and Waveney.

The demonstration by Norfolk Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) members and the Unite Community Union members outside the Jobcentre Plus at Kiln House against the Work Capability Assessment (WCA), after figures were released of people dying after being found fit for work. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

More than 20 people have held a demonstration calling for changes to the welfare system outside of Jobcentre Plus in Norwich.

Firefighters from Norfolk placed wreaths at the Menin Gate in Belgium. Pic: Submitted

The bravery of those who gave their lives in the First World War was commemorated when Norfolk firefighters paid their respects to those who fell on a Belgium battlefield.

George Nobbs, leader of Norfolk County Council, Toby Coke, chairman of the environment,development and transport committee and Tom McCabe, the council's executive director of community and environmental services. The council will today consider how to plug a £30m funding gap for the Norwich Northern Distributor Road. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A decision will be made today on how to plug a £30m funding gap in the cost for the controversial Norwich Northern Distributor Road.

News Videos

Crime

Karen White and her son Carl, who suffers from Autism, who returned from holiday too find his sensory garden artificial grass had been stolen over bank holiday weekend.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A five-year-old autistic boy was left in floods of tears after callous thieves targeted his specially-adapted garden.

Health

Mental health. Pictured: A woman consoled by her friend. Picture: Newscast Online

Thousands of people with common mental health problems will receive specialist help to overcome anxiety, stress or depression following the launch of an new-look Wellbeing service across Norfolk and Waveney.

Business

New managing partner Colin Fish

Regional accountancy firm Lovewell Blake has announced the appointment of a new senior partner and managing partner to lead a new-look senior management team.

Education

Record breakers challenge afternoon at Beccles library.
Oliver Brooks eating jelly with chopsticks.

Picture: James Bass

Children are taking on the reading challenge and attempting to beat world records with a little help from Beccles Library.

Politics

Conservative Norwich North MP Chloe Smith. Photo: Steve Adams

There’s an extremely serious vote coming up in Parliament: on Assisted Dying. Readers may shudder at this – it’s a hard one. We think of what we would want for our loved ones or ourselves.

Environment

Lyng conker tree. Villagers are trying to save the horse chestnut tree outside the Fox pub,

A bid has been launched to help save a long-established conker tree which sits in the heart of a rural village.

Tech

Professor Rob Field, from the John Innes Centre in Norwich.

Garden ponds could be a surprising source for new medical discoveries, according to Norwich scientists.

News Photo Galleries

Most Read

Featured Pages

Most Commented

Overcast

Overcast

max temp: 16°C

min temp: 12°C

Listen to the latest weather forecast

Digital Edition

cover

Enjoy the EDP
digital edition

Subscribe

Broads Outdoor Festival

cover

Enjoy the Broads
Outdoor Festival
digital edition

Read

Eating Out in the Broads

cover

Enjoy the Eating Out
in the Broads
digital edition

Read

Great Days Out

cover

Enjoy the Great Days
Out digital edition

Read

Get Into Summer

cover

Enjoy the Get Into
Summer digital edition

Read

Might Have Missed