For people who like a certain type of music a Shed Seven gig is as much of a festive tradition as mince pies, sprouts and the after lunch snooze.

Editor David Powles calls for passengers to be kept better informed of the current disruption to trains in the region.

So how do you solve a problem like County Lines? That was the question posed by editor David Powles to all of the Norwich North and South candidates in the forthcoming election. Here he analyses their responses.

An appeal to build a new hospice for people in Norfolk and Waveney has reached the £5m mark, hundreds of people were told at a special Norwich Cathedral service.

Editor David Powles writes to the parliamentary candidates for Norwich on the growing problem of drugs in our city.

For lovers of a certain type of music, you know it's Christmas when indie-band Shed Seven announce a tour. And on Tuesday, December 10 the York-based band will come to Norwich to perform their many 90s classics, as well as a few tunes from their most recent album, 2017's brilliant Instant Pleasures. Ahead of the gig, in which they'll be supported by The Twang, lead singer Rick Witter spoke to David Powles.

Editor David Powles reflects on some of the issues in Norfolk over the last fortnight.

Steve Mason, with support from Pictish Trail, plays Norwich Arts Centre.

As community and business leaders met to debate a vision for Norwich to be realised between now and 2040, editor David Powles looks at five challenges the city faces that we're highlighted during the debates.

A compelling, thought-provoking and fast-paced play telling the story of one of football's black pioneers came to Norwich's Maddermarket Theatre on Tuesday night.

There are times when being the editor of a local newspaper and website can feel a little like walking a tightrope.

EDP and Norwich Evening News editor David Powles on why he's running the 2020 London Marathon to raise funds for the Priscilla Bacon Hospice Appeal.

It should be a night that highlights just how far we've come in the world, instead events of the last few days have left me wondering whether much has actually changed.

If you ever want proof of just how infectious music can be, stick 200 people in a room on an otherwise dull Monday night and get Ibibio Sound Machine to play to them.

Richard Hawley could play the LCR every night for a month and I would go to every one - and not grow bored at any of them either.

What would you do if you were given 30 seconds in the company of Prime Minister Boris Johnson?

Editor David Powles looks at what needs to be done to make his favourite park as accessible as possible.

Two women are on stage armed with plastic tennis racquets playing a rather ferocious game of swingball. Welcome to the surreal world of Tape Face.

EDP and Evening News editor and Norwich City season ticket holder David Powles on a night to remember at Carrow Road.

Our coastal village of Hemsby has always been one of my favourite parts of Norfolk.

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