Norwich City's sporting director Stuart Webber has been a target for other Premier League clubs, television presenter Jake Humphrey claims in a wide-ranging podcast interview with this newspaper.

Television presenter Jake Humphrey has revealed he has been considering whether to stand as a Norfolk MP to ensure he has a lasting legacy beyond his media and charity work.

It's time to start having a different conversation around mental health, says editor David Powles.

In the second EDP Big Interview podcast, editor David Powles spoke to Norfolk Constabulary Chief Constable Simon Bailey about the challenges the force faces, government cuts, drug and knife crime and his own time in the police.

Editor David Powles looks at how Norfolk has been hitting the headlines for some of the wrong reasons in the past fortnight.

In a new podcast series, editor David Powles chats with key Norfolk and Suffolk characters about their life in the region. In his first interview he was joined by comedian Karl Minns, best known as one half of The Nimmo Twins and a writer for numerous popular television shows, including Have I Got News For You and Russell Howard's Good News. He is currently appearing at Norwich Playhouse with his much-loved character She Go. He are some of the extracts from the interview.

Editor David Powles looks at the changes to Norwich city centre and the rise of King's Lynn Town Football Club.

Editor David Powles discusses media coverage of the struggles within the NHS.

Editor David Powles outlines his team's priorities for 2020, the Eastern Daily Press' 150th year.

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.

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