This week I wondered if I might talk about another facet of being British and that is having to put up with the terrible state of our road network.

Make our utterly indulgent salted caramel fudge for friends and family this Christmas.

Rail passengers in Norfolk and Suffolk are bracing themselves for the largest hike in rail fares in five years.

The Crown 2: All you need to know about the Netflix drama - minxy behaviour, scandal and a brilliant Royal joke (according to me)

Renowned Chinese artist and filmmaker Ai Weiwei’s new documentary Human Flow, which see him address the global refugee crisis, is being shown in Norwich with a live discussion with the artist.

We venture out of the city to explore The Boars on Spooner Row.

The memoirs of a Norfolk man involved in the secret testing of “swimming tanks” at Fritton Lake during WWII have been published by a local society.

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.

Fearless and fearful in equal measure, Jack Sherwood-Kelly brought fame to the Norfolk Regiment a century ago. But his bravest fight was a war of words with Winston Churchill that culminated in his ruin, as Steve Snelling reports.

In this archive EDP essay from 1967, Pamela Clabburn recalls the great days of the Norwich shawl.

Attempts to “level the playing field” for new mums and dads with shared parental leave have been hindered by a lack of awareness and low uptake.

People lined the streets in the village of Mattishall on Friday to pay their respects to a World War Two veteran who died at the age of 95.

A regional insurance giant is “levelling the playing field” for new mums – and dads – by offering equal paid leave.

One hundred years ago, the battle of Cambrai signalled the dawn of a new era for a weapon forged on the training grounds of East Anglia. Steve Snelling tells the remarkable story of a Norfolk tank pioneer’s leading role in a struggle that helped change the course of modern warfare.

Brewer Adnams collaborates with the Yeastie Boys.

Veteran Russian performance artist Slava Poulin brings back his spectacular hit family show, a joyous mix of unconfined chaos of clowns, music and a finale that turns the theatre into a swirling snow storm.

A booklet tracing the history of a “poor relation” drill hall has been produced to help spread the word about its important role.

A group of locals held a special ceremony to salute the Pakefield men who died during the First World War.

A man who made 10 trips to and from Normandy as part of the D-Day landings has been presented with France’s highest honour.

A drug used to treat epilepsy has been blamed for causing health problems in thousands of babies. Parents want to know why they weren’t warned about sodium valproate.

Wes Hoolahan starts on the bench for tonight’s World Cup qualifying play-off decider against Denmark in Dublin.

It’s make-or-break time for Wes Hoolahan and the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup hopes this evening.

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

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.

With the tenth East Anglian Book Awards just around the corner, Courtney Pochin takes a look at some of the most brilliant authors from the region.

A collection of letters, written from the battlefields of the First World War, inspired a Suffolk woman to research her uncle’s bright life and devastating death.

James Maddison could soon be the newest member of an elite group of Norwich City players if he wins his first England Under-21 cap on Friday.

Just five Norwich City players are away on international duty during the current break from Championship action.

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

The remarkable picture you see here shows history in the making - the Russian Revolution - and Suffolk journalist and poet Aidan Semmens’ grandmother took it. Aidan tells her story.

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