No Facebook to share stories - five EDP highlights not to be missed today
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With Facebook down, the news may be slightly less easily accessible than normal. The social media site has been out of action for more than four hours.
Here are five of the EDP's top stories today to keep you up to date.
One in 20 young people at secondary pupils had coronavirus last week, according to estimates.
It is the second week in a row that Covid rates among Norfolk school children hit a record high.
The new landlord of a troubled pub has pledged to return it to its place at the heart of the community.
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Aaron Bowers says he is committed to creating a vibe at The New Tramways where locals feel it is "their" pub.
Plans for homes in a flood-hit area will go ahead, despite questions over how the application was approved and work being started without permission.
- 1 Revealed: The most expensive towns to buy a home in Norfolk
- 2 Couple fined £400 for digging up 8,000 Norfolk bluebells
- 3 Hundreds more trees on route of Norwich NDR have died
- 4 BBC Autumnwatch returns to Norfolk for another season
- 5 950-home bid takes step forward after £7m developer contribution agreed
- 6 What might happen to former Debenhams store in city centre?
- 7 'I remember shutting down' - Singer on cancer diagnosis at Norfolk hospital
- 8 Woman left 'penniless' while waiting five weeks for first pension payment
- 9 What does the ice-cream man do during winter?
- 10 Road closed after crash involving car and two tractors
A bid for eight houses on land east of Mill Road in Shipdham were first submitted to Breckland District Council in 2011.
A 16th century house that would not be out of place in Downton Abbey tops the list of most expensive homes sold in August.
The Grade II listed Cropton Hall sold for a whopping £1,392,549 — nearly £75,000 more than the original asking price.
A chef from Hemsby with a passion for locally sourced and vegan food has turned to artisan baking and opened his first store.
SJG Artisan Bakery opened its doors on Mill Road, Cobholm on September 12.