Eastern Daily Press

A £105,000 fund to support community groups across Norfolk and Suffolk has been announced today.

News that pop band Little Mix will be coming to Norwich has sparked lots of excitement on social media.

It is one of the biggest events in the region’s calendar and those who attend this year’s Old Buckenham Airshow will be in for a treat.

It was big news for the Eastern Daily Press in 1946.

The Budget sets out a plan for a “brighter future” as the UK leaves the European Union, the Chancellor has told MPs.

It was during February of 1957 – 60 long years ago – when it was announced in the Eastern Evening News and the Eastern Daily Press that an event would be taking place – one which would worry the grown-ups and delight the “cats.”

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt discuss the Canaries’ East Anglian derby draw with Ipswich Town alongside fellow sports journalist at the Eastern Daily Press, David Freezer.

She has sold millions of records around the world and spent more than 100 weeks in the UK charts alone.

Wedding bells were in the air at the Norfolk Showground as happy couples soon to tie the knot had a great time getting inspiration for their special day.

Norfolk’s premier two day bridal exhibition, Bride: The Wedding Show in association with the Eastern Daily Press and sponsored by Pure Bridal Boutique and Menswear, returns to Norfolk Showground Arena for its eighth year this weekend. Over 150 regional wedding suppliers from bridal boutiques to florists and photographers to cake experts are on hand to help brides-to-be plan their perfect wedding. Here are just ten of the things you can find on show throughout the event.

Archant has been shortlisted in four categories at this year’s upcoming British Media Awards.

Victims of a dog breeding scammer have come forward to express their disgust following a court ruling.

Revision is a fundamental part of achieving success at any level of education.

Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press chief writer Paddy Davitt have their say on the way home from Wigan, following Norwich City’s EFL Championship draw at the struggling Latics.

Snow-coated landscapes, encounters with emperor penguins and round-the-clock daylight aren’t usually in an electrician’s job description.

Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press journalist David Freezer have their say at New York Cardiff City Stadium, following Norwich City’s EFL Championship win at Cardiff.

The Eastern Daily Press has appointed Bethany Whymark as its new business writer.

A Norfolk MP has claimed a former Breckland councillor and hunt master’s comments to a female protestor were in a “different league” to Donald Trump and needed “sensible perspective”.

Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted the government is taking air quality seriously and it is planning to bring more proposals forward.

The boss of Norfolk car-maker Lotus has insisted the company remains on course to return to profitability this year, as its turnaround plan nears completion.

The search is on to find young people for this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival communications and events team.

It was 150 years ago when a baby was born in Norwich and he grew up to be one of our greatest citizens of recent times with a story which could never be repeated today... from the treadmill to the chief citizen.

Clive Lewis will vote to set the Article 50 trigger bill in motion - but has hinted he will be willing to defy his party’s whip if the government’s Brexit bill is not changed.

The prime minister has insisted GPs are “part of the solution” to the NHS crisis after she faced an angry backlash from local family doctors following a Number 10 threat over opening hours.

One of the region’s biggest events is to welcome a world-famous act which is sure to thrill the crowds.

Cynthia Robinson was named after the now-forgotten Norfolk-linked novelist Cynthia Stockley. Keen to find out more, she uncovered a tale of a life spanning two continents, of literary triumph but a complicated and sometimes tragic private life.

Thieves have tried to steal lead from the roof of a village church near Norwich for second time in five weeks.

Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press chief writer Paddy Davitt have their say at New York Stadium, following Norwich City’s EFL Championship defeat at bottom side Rotherham United.

Businesses and organisations are being encouraged to join an ambitious bid to make Norwich a dementia-friendly city.

Watch Norwich City forward Steven Naismith and manager Alex Neil get quizzed at Colney by our Canaries correspondents, Mustard sports editor Michael Bailey and Eastern Daily Press chief writer Paddy Davitt.

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