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Publishing company Archant has confirmed it is seeking fresh investors after suffering significant falls in advertising revenue during the Covid-19 crisis.

Are staycations the new normal? As the hospitality and holiday industry re-opens from today, Gina Long talks to Hannah and Jeff Hibbs, from Forest Lodge Holidays.

One of Hethersett’s most loved former head teachers has died, prompting a flood of tributes on social media.

Tributes have been paid to a “leading figure” of a Norfolk village, who has died at the age of 79.

A village pub will be among those to open its doors again on July 4, with a new look to help with social distancing.

In the latest article of a weekly series, EMILY PARKER from Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse reflects on this history of working the land at the site.

Hundreds of protestors gathered in Norwich city centre for the latest in a series of Black Lives Matter demonstrations.

Actor and theatre producer Matthew Townshend tells Gina Long about how technology is playing its part in enabling Southwold Summer Theatre’s rep season to go ahead.

Over the last few months, Norfolk’s families will have had to be inventive in how they’ve entertained their youngsters.

The people of Norfolk have a rich and diverse history, settling here over many centuries from continental Europe.

Norfolk’s businesses and attractions are looking forward to throwing open their doors once more after Boris Johnson revealed lockdown restrictions would be eased from July 4.

As part of a weekly diary, curator MEGAN DENNIS from Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse talks about the new bull and sheep arrivals.

OPINION: As a parent and black woman, who has had a son graduate from the Norwich School and a daughter who has been attending the school for ten years, I was saddened to read some of the experiences of students in the EDP article about racism.

Chef Richard Bainbridge shares how he’s adapted his busines during the coronavirus outbreak

His name was Bramwell Wesley Lowe and he was born in Norfolk back in 1934….but he became known and loved as Bram or, as the beer named after him was called, “Old Bram.”

East Coast College will return to some commercial training from June 8, with some teaching of year 12 students and apprentices recommencing from June 15, ensuring students gain licenses to practice to allow work progression.

A Conservative Norfolk MP has called for the prime minister’s chief adviser, who travelled from London to Durham despite the country being in lockdown, to apologise and allow the government to return work.

As a doctor working the front line in a Norfolk hospital I am becoming increasingly saddened by the social attitudes and behaviours of the community in which I live.

This reader from Norwich is concerned the city centre could become a “historic visitor centre” as other parts of the county flourish.

A feared influx of visitors to Norfolk’s coastline after coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased did not materialise as drab weather kept the seaside quiet.

They said it couldn’t be done.

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