December 5 2013 Latest news:
Police are warning there is likely to be 36 hours of disruption across Norfolk and Suffolk as a result of the floods expected to hit the region this evening.
As the chancellor is delivering his annual Autumn Statement this morning, follow the EDP's live coverage here.
Communities across Norfolk are today being urged to brace themselves for strong winds and flooding as forecasters issued severe weather warnings across the county.
Residents in parts of Great Yarmouth could be forced to leave their homes if flooding hits.
Make today the day you change someone else’s life.
That’s the message from charity bosses, who are urging people to use International Volunteering Day as the launchpad to make sure there is nobody lonely this Christmas.
Three severe Flood Warnings - meaning that there is a danger to life - have been issued by the Environment Agency for the stretch of the north Norfolk coast between Morston and Walcott.
Sometimes dubbed the “mini-budget” the Autumn Statement is the second most important day of the Chancellor’s year when he provides an update on the progress of the economy and the government’s spending plans.
Three men have been arrested in connection with an attempted theft of an ATM machine at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
Royal British Legion representatives in Fakenham, Dereham, Watton and Swaffham expressed immense pride in their towns where hundreds turned out to remember the sacrifices of fallen heroes.
A West Norfolk businessman has described the terrifying moment two masked men burst into his bedroom to rob him.
Many of us may not be retiring anytime soon - but the paper tax disc will be next year.
A £19m ‘care village’ could be created on the outskirts of Norwich, to help cope with the dementia timebomb Norfolk is facing.
A south Norfolk school is celebrating being judged good across the board after inspectors praised pupils’ achievement and behaviour and the quality of teaching and leadership.
About 1,000 properties in north Suffolk are “likely to be affected” as a result of the nine severe flood warnings issued by the Environment Agency along the county’s coastline.