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Tracy Beaker is coming back: as a single mum living on a ‘rough’ housing estate. Millions of us grew up reading Jacqueline Wilson’s books and watching Tracy’s exploits on CBBC. But just what will grown-up Tracy be like?

Grange Hill closed its school gates forever 10 years ago but its memory lives on thanks to Generation GH who grew up with the children’s show. On Grange Hill’s 40th birthday, we celebrate 40 facts about the iconic series

“Come on, you starlings – do a murmuration,” says my husband, looking out on the back garden.

A Norfolk MP has called for the revival of a cross-party campaign group to push through vital upgrades to the A47 in the wake of two deaths on the road in recent days.

Thousands of elderly people across Norfolk and Waveney may be living with undiagnosed dementia, according to estimates by the NHS.

Opinion: Man up, and tell us how much you earn

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Almost 50 years after the Equal Pay Act, rampant inequality is still the norm. It’s time it ended, says Rachel Moore.

Out with the old, in with the new. Norwich City embarked on a voyage of discovery in 2017 after calling time on the end of another bright young thing. Paddy Davitt reflects on a tumultuous year at Carrow Road.

The former Mock The Week regular, and familiar face from just about every panel show, returns to Norwich Playhouse with his latest show, described as an adlibbing, joke-fuelled rallying cry for a better Britain.

There is no doubting Priti Patel’s ambition.

Opinion: The latest scandal to hit Westminster is making the Tories even more antagonistic to each other, says Chris Moncrieff.

Liz Nice asks why the State has failed to catch up with reality when it comes to the way it discriminates against deliberately unmarried couples.

Opinion: Is Boris Johnson accidentally helping to strengthen Theresa May’s position? Political Editor Richard Porritt wonders if the law of unintended consequences is applying once again...

Nobody could’ve predicted the events of 2016. Who knows what’s still to come. Comedian and activist Mark Thomas aims to find out and maybe make a few quid on the side with his latest show.

John McDonnell, Emily Thornberry and Dennis Skinner all enjoyed rapturous applause at Labour Party conference – Sir Keir Starmer not so much.

Sir Vince Cable will set out his plans to develop an anti-Brexit, cross-party coalition when he declares to Liberal Democrat supporters: “I am a proud saboteur.”

People have been invited to a string of roadshows about work on the A47.

Kirsty and Phil are entertaining but reinforced the cliché in relation to property of “Location, Location, Location” while for many first-time buyers it is the “how, how , how” rather more than the where.

A Norfolk MP has declared Boris Johnson is wrong and Britain must pay its Brexit divorce bill.

As he prepares for another shot at grand slam glory, Alfie Hewett was ‘brave’ enough to take on the challenge posed by DAVID FREEZER – and showed exactly why he’s a star of the wheelchair tennis world.

The families of two men killed following a “flash over explosion” at a Norwich industrial unit will have to wait a little longer to find out if criminal charges are to be brought over the deaths.

As the nation reels from this week’s shock general election result, party members of all stripes will be scratching their heads and asking themselves: ‘How could this have happened?’

Since the financial crash of 2008, who can lead the strongest economy has been a central debate in general election campaigns.

A jubilant Clive Lewis has predicted this election has ended Theresa May’s time in 10 Downing Street as exit polls point to a hung parliament.

Theresa May’s gamble on a snap election looks set to cost her overall control of the House of Commons, according to an exit poll released after the June 8 general election.

We asked the general election candidates in Norfolk and Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them today. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

We asked the general election candidates in North West Norfolk to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. This is what they said:

Speaking at a hustings event at East Coast College in Great Yarmouth, Catherine Blaiklock showed the audience a framed photograph of herself with her husband.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis appeared on this morning’s episode of The Wright Stuff, addressing the Labour manifesto leak, the importance of a second referendum on the Brexit deal and Labour’s chances in the General Election – “the most important in the post-war period”.

Technological developments are gathering pace in the world of drone imagery and data-driven farming – but there are regulatory hurdles to clear if this technology is to reach its full potential.

David Cameron famously signed off as Prime Minister with a jibe he was the future once. Whatever your political persuasion it is difficult to shake the feeling this set of Norwich City players know the end is nigh.

This week I say farewell to the Eastern Daily Press and the East Anglian Daily Times.

Highways England has been warned it will face a backlash if an upgrade to the A47 is among 16 road schemes which are under review.

The UK’s health supremo paid a flying visit to Norwich today but refused to address the Fine City’s residents through this newspaper.

Nick Clegg has claimed there will be an “industrial scale blame game” if Brexit “curdles and goes belly up”.

Will the UK Independence Party (UKIP) exist in 2019, when Britain is due to cut its ties from the European Union? That was the key question for leader Paul Nuttall as he unveiled his six key tests to prove that “Brexit means exit”.

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