Keith Skipper remembers an old friend from Downham Market, the local legend Tinker Taylor.

In his final feature for the EDP, Trevor Heaton reflects on what makes Norfolk different to anywhere else - and reveals the three things he's learned about the county.

Don't throw away that phone directory, says Mike Hicks.

One of Norfolk's least-known heritage organisations has launched an ambitious plan to put it right at the heart of local life. Trevor Heaton reports.

Emily Kench of the RSPB looks ahead to wildlife in our gardens in July.

A planning inspector's sentiments have Keith Skipper baffled.

In the latest of her Norfolk Day columns, Stacia Briggs considers our wonderful dialect and accent.

We're the poorer if we don't take the trouble to learn a foreign language, says Sharon Griffiths

Opinion Let's give adders a better deal

Friday, June 29, 2018

Adders have more to fear from us than we do from them, says Nick Conrad

Robert Wright enjoys a twist-filled Agatha Christie play at Bury Theatre Royal.

Eve Stebbing joins a sell-out Theatre Royal crowd to welcome back Shrek.

As she watches her son graduate, Rachel Moore reflects on the path ahead for him.

Are you daring to dream yet? David Clayton - who remembers watching the 1966 World Cup final - is tempted...

A speech in Norwich 150 years ago this summer saved the lives of millions of birds. And it was all down to remarkable East Anglian naturalist Alfred Newton. Trevor Heaton reports.

Chris McGuire: The Out Of Depth Dad finds himself trapped in a tots' universe.

Before we rush to legalise cannabis, let's think about the mental health issues, says Sharon Griffiths.

International concert violinist Clio Gould - no stranger to Norfolk - directed the latest annual Academy of St Thomas visit to Salle Church. It was a splendid occasion, says Frank Cliff.

Why on earth do we tolerate traffic in the heart of our towns and cities, asks Sharon Griffths.

Keith Skipper casts his eye over Cromer church concertgoers....

They were Strangers who became friends - and their legacy lives on. This week sees the launch of an important new history book which tells a poignant story we can all relate to today. Derek James reports.

Gina Long signs off her monthly columns about Norfolk charity fundraisers with this special report.

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