Derby County have reportedly made a bid of £8million for Norwich City striker Nelson Oliveira.

It’s common knowledge that Norfolk offers all manner of diversity... except mountains. Don Black writes about discovering the fact late in life.

From Russia with wings

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Mike Toms on the shore lark, a hard-to-spot visitor which might have flown all the way from Russia.

It seems 2018 is the year to visit Norfolk, with The Guardian listing it among one of the top places to go worldwide.

Pam Taylor has been looking out for our winter visiting swans, the Bewick’s and whooper.

Footballer – and those who play it in particular - often get a bit of roasting in these pages.

Norfolk has proved itself to be a rich and varied county of culture over the last 12 months. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at just some of the arts highlights during 2017

One reader is encouraging others to give up something they find addictive, but that others might think is normal behaviour.

There was a time when Oscar-winners were also crowd-pleasers. As the Golden Globe nominees are announced Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at how the box office no longer mirrors the trophy cabinet

Timm Klose would never force a Norwich City exit to try and gatecrash the Swiss World Cup squad.

The financial concern brewing at Carrow Road was clear to anyone who was at last week’s AGM.

Callum Wilson is the one who got away for Norwich City.

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.

This time of the year is best to see ducks’ dazzling plumage, says Emily Kench of the RSPB. Here’s her East Anglian top 10.

Whether it’s Brazil or Barnsley he’s facing, Norwich City number one Angus Gunn is not getting too carried away with his future prospects.

We now know England will be our sole representatives in the World Cup in Russia next summer after both Northern Ireland and their neighbours the Republic of Ireland both suffered heartache in their respective play-offs.

It seems to me this season more than any the impact of international breaks has become a big talking point in this neck of the woods.

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

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.

What to watch tonight

Friday, November 10, 2017

Friday’s best TV: Extreme Wives with Kate Humble, International Football England v Germany, Travel Man: 48 Hours in Stockholm

What to watch tonight

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Wednesday’s best TV: Big Life Fix, The Truth About Slim People, Doc Martin

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.

The launch of the Great Yarmouth Air Show 2018 has taken place, with details emerging of the event including the fact it is hoped 175,000 people will enjoy the spectacle.

We are all set for take off!

Wales have called up Norwich City forward Marley Watkins again, ahead of two friendly games during the international break.

Eve Stebbing reviews an intriguing new play at Norwich’s Hostry Festival.

The first ever Briton to visit outer space, Helen Sharman OBE, retold her inspiring journey at Norwich Cathedral.

The draw for the World Cup qualifying play-offs has thrown up an interesting potential Norwich City duel with Michael McGovern’s Northern Ireland landing a two-legged tie against Timm Klose’s Switzerland.

Royal Fabergé - part of a new Russia-themed exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts – explores the story of the famous artist-jewellers and their links with the Royal family. Its curator

Ian Collins tells the tale of an item with a poignant local connection.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has made three changes to his starting line-up for today’s Championship clash with Hull at Carrow Road.

Most Read

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Latest from the EDP

Show Job Lists

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 3°C

min temp: 1°C

Listen to the latest weather forecast