December 9 2013 Latest news:
Latest videos from the EDP and the EDP24 YouTube page, covering news, sport and entertainment in Norfolk.
Four days after the storms and tidal surge caused flooding in dozens of the region’s towns and villages, we will attempt to visit as many of the affected communities as possible to see how they are coping in the aftermath.
A festive feelgood factor has descended on Norwich – which could make it a fairytale Christmas for shoppers and traders alike.
Gary Setchell has answered all sorts of questions since being Linnets boss.
Defender Jason Lee admits he will never forget the moment he became King’s Lynn Town’s goalkeeping hero.
Dom Dwyer has emulated superstar David Beckham by winning the MLS Cup for Sporting Kansas City.
North Norfolk’s MP has described the flood-ravaged scenes in Walcott as “horrifying” after he walked through the village to meet with residents and businesses.
This was the devastation facing residents and businesses in Walcott as they joined forces to rebuild their community after Thursday’s floods.
What a memorable week it has been at the word, picture, video and TV furnace that is the EDP in 2013.
A councillor has called for a group to be set up to keep Wisbech’s residents better informed of environmental incidents after the town narrowly escaped being flooded last night.
Michael Bailey reports from The Hawthorns as the Canaries record only their second Premier League away win of the season with a stubborn success in the Midlands.
Reporter Gavin Caney picks the bones out of the Linnets’ memorable draw against Nantwich.
Movie superstar John Hurt cast a glow over Cromer tonight when he took to the stage to turn on the town’s Christmas illuminations.
About 3,000 festive revellers braved the cold weather last night to watch former Coronation Street star Amanda Barrie turn the Christmas lights on in Southwold.
Pupils at Norwich School have been learning the art of film-making from an award-winning TV production company.
Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis has praised the residents of Great Yarmouth for their hard work during the floods.
A Great Yarmouth hotelier has captured on CCTV the shocking moment thieves stole sandbags from his doorstep - and left a trail of sand to theirs.
Michael Bailey and this week’s panel give their predictions and starting XIs for Saturday’s Premier League visit to Steve Clarke’s inconsistent Baggies at The Hawthorns.
Michael Bailey reports from Norwich City’s Colney training ground as the Canaries prepare to shake off their 5-1 thrashing at Liverpool with a second successive away game – this time Saturday’s trip to West Bromwich Albion (3pm).
Christmas is just around the corner and we’ve got a stack of fantastic goodies to give away in our annual Langleys Toys and Norwich Theatre Royal competition. Win one of the top 10 toys for 2013 and tickets to this year’s pantomime, Cinderella, and light up the faces of the little ones in your life. STACIA BRIGGS and Prince Charming present some fantastic Christmas prizes.
Communities on the Norfolk and Suffolk coast are keeping a watching brief tonight – but a repeat of last night’s destruction is not expected.
The night was cold but the sparkling festive lights above Sheringham’s shopping streets cast a warm glow across scores of people who turned out tonight to watch the big switch on.
Animal lovers rallied round to evacuate 30 horses from Pakefield Riding School last night following warnings that the site could be flooded by the tidal surge.
Gaping holes in Cromer Pier’s decking and theatre floors, along with major damage to the box office, are putting the venue’s Christmas show in jeopardy.
Engineers have now inspected the bridge across the Ouse at St Germans, and say it can re-open after all.
A small crowd gathered above Sheringham’s east promenade early this morning, to photograph gigantic waves crashing over the sea wall up towards Beach Road.
It was the night when years of planning and preparations paid off.
Marine experts are racing against time to save sharks, turtles and other sea creatures after their aquarium was flooded.
Waves battered Wells lifeboat station in north Norfolk last night filling the bottom floor and causing thousands of pounds of damage.
Almost 60 residents of two Great Yarmouth care homes were moved out on Thursday night following advice from authorities.
Two fire service boats were on stand-by in Great Yarmouth as the second surge tide arrived, but defences appear to have held.
More than 20 Norfolk schools are closed today because of the flooding, says Norfolk County Council.