July 24 2014 Latest news:
Latest videos from the EDP and the EDP24 YouTube page, covering news, sport and entertainment in Norfolk.
A £11.5m hub to bring businesses together with top scientists could herald the dawn of 21st century rural renaissance for Norfolk, the new life sciences minister has said.
Norwich City midfielder Elliott Bennett is confident there will be no mental scars from relegation as the Canaries bid to bounce back from the Championship at the first attempt.
The tent is packed away, the wellies are clean and you are probably just about starting to feel human again.
What a perfect time, therefore, to relive some of the best bits of Latitude in pictures and video.
A Norwich community centre which has been closed for five years has been reclaimed by residents.
It was hardly World Wrestling Entertainment, but pupils were delighted to see their teachers transform into wrestlers at King’s Lynn Academy.
A six-year-old north Norfolk girl is celebrating the arrival of her new motorised wheelchair – bought as the result of a flood of donations including an anonymous £8,000 windfall.
Norfolk Judoka Colin Oates will always be left to reflect on what might have been at London 2012, but is determined to continue his progress up the world rankings with a medal on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A musical adaptation of the classic novel Frankenstein has been crowned best film in an annual media awards ceremony.
A new piece of organ music will be given its première at North Walsham church this weekend - and help raise funds for its tower repairs.
Latest technology now means we can meet our baby long before they are born but with the popularity of 4D scans on the rise, reporter DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP asks if we are losing focus on the real reason for having them?
‘Jo, can you take your feet off my pedals please,’ says a loud voice through my headset. JO MALONE is upside down 1,000 feet over Norfolk in the front seat of a Wildcat Aerobatics Pitts Special, and she’s not helping! Pictures by DENISE BRADLEY from the aircraft next door...
Norfolk triathlon star Chrissie Wellingon has made a plea for witnesses after a prized bike which she used to win the 2011 World Championship was stolen.
Norwich City have today unveiled their new away kit - a red and purple number.
As the dust settled on another year of live music and entertainment, festival goers made way for the big annual clear-up to begin at Latitude.
In the latest summer edition Three Up Front Extra, Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey is joined in the studio by BBC Radio Norfolk commentator Chris Goreham, as they size up Norwich City’s pre-season to date.
Soaring temperatures did not deter the annual staging of the World Snail Racing Championship at Congham.
Thousands turned out in sweltering temperatures to take a step back in time for what is believed to have been the biggest Weeting Steam Rally in its 46-year history.
Neil Adams will learn precious little from this exercise regarding whether his men can handle the Championship grind.
The show is over - but there is still time to savour the spectacular lightning fantastic staged at the weekend by Mother Nature.
Ros Staveley started making a quilt for her daughter’s 18th birthday. She’s hoping to finish it in time for her 34th - fingers crossed.
There were traffic delays, sweltering temperatures and tents to put up - but Latitude was in high spirits as it welcomed festival-goers yesterday.
Fire crews have now left the scene of today’s earlier blaze at the empty Pinebanks sports and social club in Thorpe St Andrew, near Norwich, and will return in the morning.
The aluminium-alloy frames of Jaguar jets used to sparkle on the runway at former RAF Coltishall.
Holt Festival returns from Saturday to July 27 with another packed programme of music, theatre, cabaret, comedy and much more. SIMON PARKIN highlights 10 things to make sure you don’t miss (and a few more because he couldn’t make up his mind).
It is reportedly a favourite hobby of the Queen’s and is a pastime loved by the British to while away the hours on a lazy afternoon
And now a woman from Norfolk has stepped up the pace and become the British Jigsaw Champion.
After six decades working on the Broads, fourth generation boatman John Burton is looking forward to spending more time... on the water.
A man and a woman arrested in connection with an incident at Tesco on the outskirts of Norwich had a hearing at Norwich Crown Court.
Pupils from 19 north Suffolk primary schools were among those presented with awards at Suffolk County Council’s Junior Road Safety Officer Scheme awards ceremony.
Norwich City hit the goal trail at Braintree to step up their pre-season preparations in style on Tuesday night at the Amlin Stadium.
History buffs enjoyed a trip back in time when they reunited to toast the success of the Norfolk museum they helped launch.
The sighting of an extremely rare bird in Norfolk has got twitchers in a flap - with spotters travelling from across the country to catch a glimpse of it.