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Business secretary Greg Clark has responded to our plea for an explanation of what he is doing to help more than 1,150 people in Norfolk whose jobs are on the line - but failed to fully answer the questions we posed.

More than £30,000 has been raised for a charity which helps young homeless people, after a record number braved freezing conditions to give it a boost.

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

Readers are invited to join the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News in celebrating the festive season with a special Carols for Christmas service.

The lights have been switched on, the decorations are beginning to go up – Christmas is just five weeks away. But for more than 1,150 people in Norfolk a dark shadow has already been cast over the festive period.

Keith Skipper talks about the EDP great who inspired him to become a journalist.

A determined group braved the elements to raise money for a charity which helps homeless people get off the streets.

The latest design from Norfolk’s ‘van’ Gogh - Ruddy Muddy - is a poignant Remembrance Day piece.

Christmas is a special time for families and friends but it can also be hard when loved ones are no longer with us to share the festive season.

Counting down for the switching on of the Christmas lights is one of our many festive traditions, so don’t miss out with our guide to some of the events around Norfolk this coming season.

They were an ordinary family in an ordinary house in an ordinary street. But what happened behind closed doors was absolutely extraordinary.

The brightest stars in our business community were recognised last night as the winners of the EDP Business Awards 2017 were revealed.

We’ve an abundance of weird and wonderful spooky spots and characters in Norfolk and Suffolk, from highwaymen galloping through inns to monks reassuring actors.

Norfolk children sat wide-eyed as they listened to local war veteran Jim Lycett talk about his experiences as a boy soldier in the 1950s.

Prime minister Theresa May is to visit Norfolk today as she launches a national programme of mental health support.

A friendly collared dove which has become a “local celebrity” in a small Norfolk village has gone missing - and now a reward is being offered for his safe return.

Prime minister Theresa May is today visiting Norfolk to launch a national programme of mental health support. Here she writes exclusively for the EDP about why it is one of her main priorities in office.

As thousands back our campaign to save Norwich’s Britvic and Unilever factories, we travelled to the headquarters of both companies to make your views heard.

It’s that time of year again! Grab your skates and get ready for the return of Norwich’s favourite Christmas attraction.

Each year we send our team of professional photographers to capture primary school children across Norfolk and Waveney as they embark on their journey through school in their very first class.

Jingle bells will soon be ringing in the air as the countdown to Christmas begins - and today we invite all our readers to join us at a special carol service.

Shining stars of Norfolk’s great cultural scene were celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony at Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry.

His emotive, often inspiring artworks have graced the backs of white delivery vans for 11 years.

Norwich City fans are preparing to show their support for this newspaper’s campaign to save hundreds of jobs and keep a famous local name where it belongs.

Get shirty to keep Colman’s in Norwich!

The contenders for the tenth East Anglian Book Awards, the region’s longest-running showcase for great writing, are announced today – with four top authors lined up to speak at the presentation event. Trevor Heaton reports.

Readers have been sending us their stunning shots after Norwich was treated to one of the prettiest sunsets in years.

People will get the chance to put questions to Norfolk County Council leader Cliff Jordan today, when he joins the Eastern Daily Press team for a Facebook Live event.

A potential water crisis has been averted at a Norfolk animal rescue centre, thanks to the power of social media.

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