April 24 2014 Latest news:
Latest videos from the EDP and the EDP24 YouTube page, covering news, sport and entertainment in Norfolk.
A band that appeared on ITV1’s the X Factor have showcased their talents during a visit to two academies in Lowestoft.
Britain’s newest cabinet minister has been told in no uncertain terms to fund faster broadband to set Norwich’s creative sector soaring.
Norwich University of the Arts is campaigning for Norwich to be included as a ‘Super-Connected City’ with ultra-fast broadband provision, and superior connectivity for mobile phones.
Civic dignitaries joined jubilant volunteers to celebrate a national accolade which puts the Mid Norfolk Railway on track to become one of the county’s major tourism assets.
Top chef Galton Blackiston judged a special bake-off to mark the 10th anniversary of Norwich Cathedral refectory.
In the latest edition of 3 Up Front Extra, Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey is joined by BBC Radio Norfolk’s Rob Bulter to chat through the Canaries’ galling Premier League defeat at home to Liverpool – and where it leaves City’s survival hopes.
A sun-blessed celebration of the season topped off a hugely successful Easter holiday period at Norfolk’s rural life museum.
Think Stomp meets Tap Dogs performed by a host of top dancers and you have Tap Factory, which promises an explosion of energy this Easter. John Bultitude found out more about the show.
A childhood spent bug-hunting on Mousehold Heath helped pave the way for Jess French to present a new CBeebies TV show.
Record queues to buy rare vinyl snaked out of Soundclash on Record Store Day.
Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City slip to a gallant yet ultimately pointless defeat at home to Premier League title-chasing Liverpool, leaving them slipping closing to top-flight relegation.
Hundreds of people have enjoyed a day of folk music on a Norfolk Estate, while the younger generation had fun hunting down Easter treats.
Delicious dishes from around the world have been on offer in Norwich over Easter.
Curious passers-by are pausing to enjoy a hula-hooping Easter chick on Cromer Pier this afternoon.
She was at the helm of HMS Loopy and is no stranger to unconventional adventures.
Police are awaiting the outcome of an investigation after a video showing alleged heavy-handed treatment by officers on a young man in Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road was posted on social media.
A toddler has made a remarkable recovery after undergoing open heart surgery within hours of being born - and her parents have been told there is only a “very slim” chance of her ever needing an operation again.
Budding broadcasters were given a voice on the airwaves in the lead-up to the Easter weekend, through a youth radio station set up at Dereham’s Sixth Form Centre.
While some youngsters’ bedrooms are adorned with posters of their favourite sportman or musician, Shae Williams’ walls are plastered with pictures of a different kind of hero.
After enjoying 30 years as a dance teacher helping hundreds of students perfect their pliés, Yvonne Cutting could be getting ready to hang up her dancing shoes in exchange for an easy life – but, instead, she will mark the occasion with a special anniversary show.
Anyone who plucks up enough courage to ask the question: “Will you marry me?” always hopes their partner won’t run a mile.
Horse lovers, holidaymakers and families flocked to the opening day of the Burnham Market International Horse Trials for a day of fun and world class sporting action.
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.