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Radio Norfolk's Paul Hayes tells the bizarre story 80 years ago of Norwich City choosing a referee as their next manager

Lifestyle

You'll live with it for decades to come, which may explain why choosing a rug can be a daunting task. Luckily, The Rug Studio's Rachel Simpson helps to break it down for us.

Need to make adaptations for easier living but don't want white plastic grab rails cluttering up your home? We look at adjustments that can be stylish as well as genuinely useful.

High-pressure situations can make or break a friendship, but in the case of Tamara Bridge and Kate Savill theirs was forged in one.

In the next few weeks, we'll start deadheading the final roses of summer and clearing out the window boxes - but here's what to plant now to ensure your garden stays full of colour this winter.

Will the writers of this new show give us a satisfying conclusion, or leave us hanging?

EDP Weddings

Family-run business Bus and Us Ltd is offering brides-to-be free rides to East Anglia's biggest two-day wedding show, Bride: The Wedding Show in association with the Eastern Daily Press.

You'll find more than 140 exhibitors, fashion shows and a Champagne bar at our popular wedding show this month.

Heritage

The people behind an exciting project to unearth an ancient temple have lifted the lid on their work by inviting members of the public to look around the excavation site.

At the end of the 1980s, a town's historic clock was mysteriously moved from one side of the road to the other.

They are the pebble-hunter's Holy Grail, the all-seeing eyes that protect us from nightmares and witches. Weird Norfolk looks at witch stones - the pebbles with holes all the way through them - and finds out the folklore that surrounds them

It is an iconic Broads feature which has attracted people for several decades.

An antique street fair will return to a market town to raise vital funds for East Anglian Air Ambulance, after a local woman was saved by the service.

Travel

Liz Nice wanted a holiday with her children which went well - for a change! The Isle of Wight, as ever, did its work...

I'm well aware this is a confession that some people will find strange - but not surprising if they've ever met me or read my articles. I like travelling by train.

If you've booked a holiday you may want to start thinking about whether you need vaccinations prior to travelling, and if so, which ones.

What was your best holiday yet? Our readers and staff have been sharing their memories of getting away from it all.

A melting pot of history, religion and cultures, tell anyone you're visiting Istanbul and you'll most likely be met with collective 'ooos' and 'ahhs' of those who have always wanted to go and haven't made it yet or previous visitors who long to return.

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