April 18 2014 Latest news:
Latest videos from the EDP and the EDP24 YouTube page, covering news, sport and entertainment in Norfolk.
Shoppers were stopped in their tracks as a Blues Brothers flashmob leapt into action to launch Norwich’s dedicated smartphone app.
Former Norwich City midfielder Phil Mulryne has taken an important step in his training to become a Catholic priest.
A new German beer hall/sports bar is due to open in Norwich city centre next month, and the people behind it are promising it will offer something new for locals and visitors alike.
This timelapse video taken from the Weatherquest office at the UEA on Wednesday morning shows the mist over the Broad drifting across the campus and then dispersing as the sunshine starts to warm the ground.
These month-old lambs look quite at home grazing under the shade of a 14 megawatt solar farm.
Audiences at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival will be able to get a sneak preview of some innovative new shows heading north to the biggest arts festival in the world this summer.
A barge carrying thousands of tonnes of granite from Norway has moored off the Norfolk coast as a multi-million pound project to build new sea defences at Hopton gets under way.
It is regularly the setting for picnics, ball games, sunbathing, swimming and summer fun.
A bakery worker has swapped his delivery van for a pirate ship and a life on the high seas – as Captain Jack Sparrow.
Hundreds of people gathered on the outskirts of Norwich to pay tribute to a Norfolk teenager who died in a crash on the A47.
Michael Bailey reports from Craven Cottage as the Canaries suffered another crushing defeat on the banks of the River Thames – leaving their Premier League survival hopes in tatters.
Farmyard animals, tractors, local food, music, and more - families had fun today enjoying a snapshot of what is in-store at this year’s Royal Norfolk Show.
Nik Coleman’s only knowledge of sheep farming had been from listening to Radio 4’s long-running soap opera The Archers.
Freddy the tortoise has returned to his Rackheath home eight months after going missing – and he’s already back on his special treat, tinned peaches.
Victoria Melody and her basset hound, Major Tom, bring their one-woman, one-dog show, rising musical stars from Zimbabwe, The Arcadia Quartet launch Holkham’s concert season and eyes to the skies for astronomical celebration Yuri’s Night. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
What a joy it is to support Norwich City Football Club – and the last few days have simply highlighted the fact.
Sugar and spice and all things nice, that’s what the goodies at Drayton Junior School’s cake club are made of.
As thousands flock to the Norwich Gaming Festival, seven of our writers look back on the favourite cult games from their childhoods (and when they became adults).
Three HGVs and part of a roof have been badly damaged by a fire at a commercial vehicle workshop in south Lowestoft.
A swishwifflingly scrumdiddlyumptious and totally Dahlicious afternoon tea has been enjoyed by young patients at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
Easter has plenty of things to do for all the family. Simon Parkin previews dozens of events and activities to keep the kids entertained over the holidays — and don’t worry they don’t all involve eating chocolate eggs!
Trailblazing Norfolk fire service band The Backdrafts are taking their rock n’ roll show to the States – after being invited to New York to play a self-penned song inspired by the heroes of 9/11.
A peregrine intruder caused a flap at Norwich Cathedral, taking over a nest of eggs while the male was gone.
Callous burglars targeted a Norwich social club twice in six weeks, leaving a trail of destruction that has threatened its future.
It’s the biggest festival of its kind to be showcased in Norfolk and is bringing together gamers of all ages to celebrate the virtual world of video games. Non-gamer Stacia Briggs stumbled into an alien world.
A sunshine Spring Fling was a super success as thousands of youngsters flocked to the Norfolk showground.
Councillors have been conducting further traffic surveys in a busy Diss street in an effort to resolve long standing problems with traffic congestion.
She was brought up on a Norwich council estate and, at 21, is now the youngest person and only woman to be double champion of the wrestling world.
21-year-old Saraya-Jade Bevis, or Paige, as she is known in WWE, is the current NXT Women’s Champion and, as of the early hours of yesterday, the WWE Divas Champion.
Budding performers from across Norfolk will be showing off their skills in the hit musical Les Misérables.
Let’s show the world what is special and unique about Norfolk and Suffolk – that was the call from VisitEngland chief executive James Berresford during his visit to Norwich Castle.
An end of an era was marked in Great Yarmouth today when the town’s famous two bears left their seat in the sky.