As the latest season of The Apprentice draws to a close, we look back at Sir Alan’s past apprentices and see where they are now

The greatest sporting rivalry (yes, even greater than Ipswich v Norwich) has been rekindled Down Under with England and Australia going toe-to-toe in the Ashes.

It’s a top-order partnership which would make the England cricket team proud.

A museum, which collects, preserves and displays objects relating to the history of the area and its people, has marked “a very good season.”

Popular local poet and Bungay Library patron Luke Wright will be back at the library this Friday, December 15, to subject the English language to a series of degrading new tricks for everyone’s amusement.

DIY SOS and Who Dares Wins host Nick Knowles has long had a secret yearning for music. Now the presenter-turned-singer, who has fond memories of growing up in East Anglia, has released his debut album — at the age of 55.

Inspired by Charles Dickens’ classic festive tale, A Christmas Circus Carol being staged in Norwich will include a cast of Guinness World Record holders and local amateurs.

Two sisters are raising awareness of serious conditions which killed their younger brothers at a charity fundraiser.

An intrepid brain injury survivor was reunited with his twin brother for the first time in 18 years, while on the Clipper Round the World Yacht challenge.

Vanessa Trevelyan, Norwich Society Chair, says that the city has always been at the forefront of shopping innovation.

It’s been a dramatic year for Norfolk cycling star Sophie Wright but it’s finishing on a high, as one of the newest members of British Cycling’s senior squad told David Freezer, as she sets her sights on an exciting 2018.

It was a day that the guns fell silent after more than four years of bloodshed in the trenches.

He has lived around the world for nearly 40 years, but now, after returning to the region he is coming to Diss to sign copies of his new book.

Inter Forever have confirmed the first three players who will feature for them at Carrow Road in May’s fund-raising game against a team of Norwich City legends.

From Spitting Image to ceramics, a new exhibition looks at the highlights of Roger Law’s extraordinary career. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.

A Labour MP whose uncle was rescued off the coast of Cromer during the Second World War made a poignant visit to the town’s museum to see the lifeboat he was saved in.

MP Elizabeth Truss has backed Norfolk in the face of more than 1,150 potential job losses.

More than 100 people braved the cold to get a small idea of what it is like to be homeless on the streets of Norwich.

A hospital payroll clerk has finished in the top 35 players at the World Scrabble Championships held in Kenya.

Opinion: David Clayton hails the reversal of BBC cuts to local radio - because being local really does matter.

Two moving days, two unexpected near-calamities. In this vintage EDP essay from 1964, Ida Fenn recalls her memorable moves across Norfolk.

TV Editor Stacia Briggs finds out who we can vote to torture in the Australian jungle this year

“I understand you were involved in a road accident that wasn’t you fault...” Motoring editor Andy Russell knows he not alone in wanting to cause these nuisance callers personal injury!

Dozens of former students of a teacher training centre in Norwich have reunited at their old college.

On World Kindness Day we have the chance to make a difference to someone’s life − a stranger, a friend, a loved one. Seize the day.

When Robert Fleming watched one of the world’s most powerful weapons detonate 60 years ago, little did he know of the lasting impact it would have on future generations.

Grant Whillance’s first car was shared with a shipmate and kept in a garage near the docks so it was available when home on leave.

As we remember the fallen, Derek James pays tribute to a former Far East PoW who survived the slave camps to become “The Mighty Atom” of Norwich Speedway and who will be celebrating his 100th birthday in January.

One of the fastest thinking comics around, Jason Byrne is revealing the method behind his madness with new show The Man With Three Brains.

There’s a blast from the past for fans of a former local Sixties band who played alongside Tom Jones, The Who and Donovan.

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