December 11: This evening’s top stories on the EDP

The discovery of a significant cannabis farm at Gibbett Site Pig Farm on Hale Road in Bradenham in N

The discovery of a significant cannabis farm at Gibbett Site Pig Farm on Hale Road in Bradenham in November 2013. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: IAN BURT

Here's a round up of some of the top stories on the EDP today.

Tonight's headlines:

Two men jailed over Bradenham cannabis farm Two men involved in the production of cannabis at a pig farm in Bradenham have started prison sentences totalling more than 12 years.

Detectives from Norfolk Constabulary's Tactical Crime Unit charged the men following the discovery of a significant cannabis farm at Gibbett Site Pig Farm on Hale Road in Bradenham in November 2013.

Work on new £2m cycle path alongside part of A47 will begin in 2016 Roads, junctions and roundabouts across the region are being improved to make them safer for cyclists.

Highways England has awarded a £2m contract to make a stretch of the A47, between Dereham and Norwich, and roads around Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth more bike-friendly.

Taylor Swift reveals BBC's Big Weekend in Norwich was highlight of her yearTaylor Swift was crowned International Artist of the Year at the BBC Music Awards on Thursday night and thanked Norwich for making her year.

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The global superstar performed live at Radio 1's Big Weekend in May and last night thanked the Fine City in a video message from Australia, where she is touring.

Norwich City footballer Gary O'Neil banned from driving Norwich player Gary O'Neil has been banned from driving for six months after being clocked doing 103mph and 97mph in separate speeding incidents.

The Premier League footballer was recorded doing the speeds on the A11 in Norfolk and A14 in Suffolk a month later.

Bid to demolish historic Norwich hotel set to be refusedPlans to demolish a historic city building and replace it with flats have been recommended for refusal by council officers.

Businessman Tony Burlingham, who manages a number of budget hotels operated by MJB Group, is seeking permission to knock down the Lodge Hotel in Unthank Road.