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It is a simple idea aimed at cutting a growing problem - food waste.

“I love pantomime and hearing the children laughing – the special thing about pantomime is the audience.”

Lily Barba Greatrex is only four-years-old yet has already overcome and achieved so much.

Last week we left Trans Euro Trail-blazer Ian Womack handing over his passport to police in Albania after being hit by another motorcyclist who fled the scene. But this low point turned into a highlight of his 10,000km adventure.

He’s the invisible menace that terrified us as children. But is there more to the bogeyman than an imaginary behaviour monitor?

A delegation from the South African government will visit three key sites in the East of England this week, as they seek to learn how the region is encouraging growth by clustering sectors together.

East Anglian action man Ian Womack – former soldier, ex-firefighter and all-round adventurer – is one of the first motorcyclists to tackle 10,000km of the new, dirt road Trans Euro Trail. In the first of a two-part feature he tells of the thrills and spills of this epic challenge.

International orchestras and sought-after soloists feature in a new classical music series at Norwich Theatre Royal which seeks to cement Norfolk’s name on the classical music map.

A fraudster who scammed internet shoppers out of £18,000 has been jailed – four years after the crimes took place.

Holidaymakers will be able to jet off from Norwich Airport to Turkey from next summer with the opening of a new route.

An Englishman’s home is his castle but that ‘castle’ is getting more and more out of reach for many, says Joe Pattinson, from Newbury New Homes.

I have never dipped my toe, or anything else for that matter, into the criminal underworld so spending an evening in the company of ‘The Count’, ‘The Gaffer’, ‘Disco’ and ‘The King of Spain’ is the closest I will ever come to sounding like a proper Gangster.

King’s Lynn Town have completed a major double swoop this morning, signing former Norwich City stars Grant Holt and Simon Lappin.

“I’m just taking Pol down to vote,” said my wife, as my 10-year-old son followed her out the door: a perfectly normal thing to do in any normal Western European country. Not in Catalonia. Not on Sunday.

Former EDP deputy editor Martin Kirby, now living in Catalonia, writes about the impact of its referendum vote.

A passenger flying back to Norwich from Spain claims an unexpected diversion left him and around 200 others stranded at Manchester Airport.

Use up the last of those summer tomatoes in this easy classic Spanish tapas dish.

A stork that stopped off on its way to North Africa has taken up residence on a chimney in a Norfolk market town.

Richard Melia, the man who gatecrashed Sizing John’s Cheltenham Gold Cup celebrations, is set to be banned from all tracks owned by Arena Racing Company after appearing in the winner’s enclosure at Yarmouth on Thursday.

A fraudster, who had been wanted by Norfolk police after fleeing to Spain, admitted conning his victims out of £21,000 on Thursday - four years after committing the crimes.

Coming from a family where no one in the household drove a car (deeply annoying, especially if the village they’ve stuck you in only has one bus an hour and none on Sundays) learning to drive wasn’t just useful, it was life-saving.

It’s well established that bird migration is one of the great marvels of the natural world - but studies in a Suffolk seaside town are showing that it’s even more miraculous than might be thought.

Norwich can’t get enough of gin it seems, with another gin festival set to take place in the city this weekend. Here’s a look at everything you need to know about the Big Time Gin event.

Norwich Market is making waves in the world of food and drink.

Norwich City have made five changes for this afternoon’s return to Championship action against Birmingham City at Carrow Road.

A delicatessen in a Norfolk town is about to open its doors for the final time.

If your teenager has been working all summer and just gone back to school or college, you might want to give them a treat such as a funky item for their bedroom...

Peter Kirkpatrick’s life was hanging by the thinnest of threads when it was saved by an organ donor he knows almost nothing about.

The chief executive of Sainsbury’s has warned fresh food could be left rotting at the British border if strict customs controls for EU goods are put in place after Brexit.

As the hype and speculation of deadline day begins, David Freezer picks out some of the big names to watch out for as Championship clubs look to fine tune their squads for the campaign ahead of 11pm tomorrow.

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