This week Gina Long meets Guy Nicholls, owner of Tru7 Group.

An historic Norfolk pub which has been closed for more than a year is due to spring back to life in early November.

The chairman of aboutDereham has responded to a councillor who urged his colleagues to consider a bus station in the town after seeing “near misses” between pedestrians and vehicles.

A parent, who does not want to be named, has shared what it is like to get a coronavirus test in the city - and it was not what they had hoped.

A number of paths around a Norfolk village have been closed by a landowner after problems caused by dogs allowed to roam free.

This week Gina Long meets Suffolk-based potter Jonathan Keep.

Almost £500,000 in repair and conservation grants have been awarded to churches across Norfolk.

Any threat of wet weather will give a Norfolk youth club a real headache.

Free yoga and cycling classes designed to get people active outdoors have been made available to Great Yarmouth residents thanks to a community group.

Aimee Mathison, 16, is from Breckland Youth Advisory Board, and shares what impact lockdown had on her.

A former department store is set to be used by artists as a place to work and exhibit.

Entrepreneur Loui Blake shares his Heaven and Hell with Gina Long MBE.

Alex Gallacher, a 21-year-old drama student at the University of East Anglia, previews Interlude Fringe heading to Chapelfield Gardens this Sunday (September 13), which features a jam-packed line-up of local acts.

More than 40 sacks of rubbish have been recovered from a litter pick in a village.

Walcott Village Hall has opened for business again since various repairs costing over £25,000 were completed and celebrated with a long-established annual event.

More than 35 years after meeting on a blind date a legendary Norfolk singer, now in his 80s, has just married his the love of his life.

Many newspapers including the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News were delayed after climate change activists blockaded a print works on Friday night. Prof Rupert Read, a former EDP columnist, explains why.

Suffolk singer songwriter Ashton Jones shares his East Anglian Heaven and Hell with Gina Long.

Norwich North MP Chloe Smith is not her husband’s keeper, and can’t be held responsible for him.

This week we meet Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk, Tim Passmore.

The guardians of Gressenhall Workhouse wanted to educate the children in their care. They trained them for a trade so that they would be more likely to get a job and less likely to come back to the workhouse in later life. The boys learnt tailoring and shoemaking. The girls learnt domestic science.

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