August 21 2014 Latest news:
Latest videos from the EDP and the EDP24 YouTube page, covering news, sport and entertainment in Norfolk.
Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi bring their familiar pub-boogie shuffle back to Norfolk, Bob Mills headlines a night of Yarmouth stand-up, there is a new summer school adaptation of Great Expectations, one of the world’s finest classical guitarists Xuefei Yang visits and there is free-wheeling sketches and inspired clowning from musical comedy duo Igudesman & Joo. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.
Community media group Archant, publishers of the EDP, Norwich Evening News and weekly titles including the Lowestoft Journal and Great Yarmouth Mercury, has appointed Jeff Henry as its new chief executive.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City make it two wins and six points in just four days with back-to-back Championship victories.
They are supposed to be man’s best friend, but not everyone is smitten with dogs.
The latest edition of Three Up Front Extra brings you all the analysis from Norwich City’s first points – and win – of the new Championship season.
For some, playing and watching football is just an enjoyable pastime.
Spilt drinks, smart outfits and super-fast pouring were all part of the fun at the waiters’ race in Cromer Carnival.
They are a great British icon. Streaming red, white and blue across the skyline, the Red Arrows are a quintessential part of the summer skies.
The latest craze to hit the country has come to Fenland in the shape of giant inflatable balls that you run around in.
George Thomson’s superb last-minute free-kick secured King’s Lynn Town an opening day 3-2 win at Ramsbottom United after being two goals down inside 10 minutes during an amazing afternoon of Evo-Stik Premier Division football.
The art of tattooing was celebrated at a special festival in Norwich.
Impromptu readings of Jabberwocky by John Hurt, energetic live music and though-provoking literary talks are some of the highlights at this year’s Voewood Festival.
The colours, tastes and sounds of the Philippines were brought to a Norfolk village as the culture of the county’s Filipino community was celebrated.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City opened their Championship win account against 10-man Watford.
Military vehicles past and present lined up to thrill visitors to a tank museum.
A second man has been arrested after a woman in her 20s suffered “life changing” injuries when a corrosive liquid - believed to be acid - was sprayed in her face during an assault in the Pakefield area of Lowestoft.
She has battled back from serious illness as well as a major car accident, but Sophie Allinson is living proof that you should never give up.
A man who accidentally set himself on fire has warned against copying online videos.
A pregnant mother was lucky to escape unscathed after a car crashed into a wall outside her Lowestoft home and showered her lounge with debris as she lay asleep on the sofa.
In the latest edition of Three Up Front, the panel assess Norwich City’s Championship opener and its fall-out.
The new season is up and running – so Three Up Front Extra brings you the fall-out from Norwich City’s opening Championship fixture of the season.
When James Dasaolu dipped for the finish line to claim the European 100m title on Wednesday night, the celebrations in a corner of Heartsease were more intense than most.
One small step for a Norfolk mammoth, one giant leap for the public imagination.
There are many timeless sayings that parents across the world will never tire of using and one of them has to be “stop playing with your food”.
A Norwich photographer and filmmaker has created a three-minute city video of Pyongyang in North Korea.
Clean-up operations were continuing this morning after the region was lashed by the remnants of Hurricane Bertha.
From grey clouds skidding across the darkening horizon, to swirling rain and biting wind, before the arrival of calmer, blue skies - this video captures the passing of the remnants of Hurricane Bertha over Norwich on Sunday afternoon.
A company set up 25 years ago when a father and son found themselves unemployed now employs 100 staff -and is projecting to double its £8m turnover in the next five years swelling its workforce by a further 25.
Michael Bailey reports from Molineux as Norwich City begin life in the Championship with that familiar feeling of an away defeat.
With her sky-scraping masts, proud bow and wide deck, the Thames barge Cambria makes for an arresting sight as she glides through the water.
Three Up Front is back for the new season with a bumper preview of Norwich City’s Championship campaign, as they set about making a successful return to the Premier League at the first attempt.