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TV Cook and   Norwich City Fan Delia Smith  and her mother Etty Smith have pledged their allegiance to Labour Party in the May 2015 elections
Norwich  Labour candidates Clive Lewis and Jessica Asato with Delia Smith and  Ed Balls

Delia Smith will appear alongside Ed Miliband and Ed Balls today as she throws her support behind the Labour Party ahead of Thursday’s knife-edge general election.

Louisa Pratt looking at the Kett's Oak which stands in the grounds of Ryston Hall. Picture: Ian Burt

It may not have quite the renown of its illustrious namesake near Hethersett, but this Kett’s Oak at Ryston Hall, near Downham Market, has its own link to Kett’s Rebellion.

The Norwich Nepali Semaj (society) hold a candlelit vigil outside the Forum to raise money for the aid work in Nepal following the earthquake.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

More than 80 people turned out to “pray for Nepal” as part of a moving candlelit vigil held in Norwich to remember those lost in the disaster.

The night sky as seen from Morston Quay in March 2015. Picture: STEVE LANSDELL SKY PHOTOGRAPHY

Awe-inspiring dark skies, one of East Anglia’s most breathtaking natural features, are increasingly threatened and need protection, according to a leading charity.

The Grand East Anglia Run in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

About 3,000 runners braved the rain to compete in the “wettest but biggest ever” Grand East Anglia Run through the historic streets of King’s Lynn.

The 10th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair at St Catherines Church, Ludham.
People looking at the stalls.

Picture: James Bass

Celebrating its tenth year, Ludham’s much loved arts and crafts festival brought a creative buzz to the Broads village.

The naming of Hemsby Lifeboat's new inshore Broads boat. Photo from Hemsby Inshore Rescue Service on Facebook.

The independent Hemsby lifeboat service has officially named its new Broads boat.

Flag Force member Robin Twigge

A campaign has been launched in Harleston to help boost a traditional summer sight above the town.

Sheringham diabetes sufferer Peter Hodkinson, 74, was diagnosed with the condition in 2012 and with the help of a balanced diet and exercise he has been able to control the disease and is urging others to do the same. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A diabetes sufferer has spoken out about how he has managed to control the disease with the help of a balanced diet and exercise, and is urging others to do the same.

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Safer Neighbourhood Team member PCSO Marc Evans out and about in Norwich
Photo by Simon Finlay

Crime might be at its lowest level since records began but with falling officer numbers and heightened security fears it is a big issue, as PETER WALSH reports.

Health

Action from the first day of Pedal Norfolk on the Holkham Estate. Picture: Ian Burt

Riders ranging from toddlers to grandparents and novices to an Olympic medallist were among those taking part in the third annual Pedal Norfolk Festival.

Business

James Archer of Archers Butchers, Norwich with a previous award

Two butchers from Norfolk are getting fired up to take on counterparts from across the UK in the national final of the Q Guild’s barbecue competition.

Education

Great Witchingham Church of England Primary School children and artist Alison Wagstaffe put the finishing touches to their GoGoDragon!. Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Pupils have been having fun creating a colourful character at Great Witchingham Church of England Primary School.

Politics

(Left to right) Prime Minister David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. Photos: PA

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.

Environment

The night sky as seen from Morston Quay in March 2015. Picture: STEVE LANSDELL SKY PHOTOGRAPHY

Awe-inspiring dark skies, one of East Anglia’s most breathtaking natural features, are increasingly threatened and need protection, according to a leading charity.

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