Five things we learned this week

First World War German submarine wreckage discovered in the North Sea.

First World War German submarine wreckage discovered in the North Sea. - Credit: Archant

In case you missed them, here are five stories that caught our eye this week.

1) There's a WWI German U-Boat off the Norfolk coast

Yes, only five percent of the world's oceans and seabeds have been explored so may be we shouldn't be surprised when they throw up, well, surprises. But the discovery of a First World War German submarine was spectacular as this video shows.

2) There's rarely a dull day for Norwich City fans

It's been a very busy week for our Norwich City writers. The week started with changes on the club's board which saw the departure of Stephen Fry. We then moved on to two big player signings and ended with a Premier League classic at Carrow Road.

3) 52 schools in Norfolk are at risk of being classed as 'coasting'

The latest GCSE league tables came out this week and our education correspondent Martin George analysed the latest exam data to discover that 52 or our schools were at risk of being classed as 'coasting' by the government.

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4) Australians don't have Argos

A reporter from Down Under, who is visiting the EDP for three months, penned his first thoughts about Norfolk for us this week, which include his confusion about Argos.

5) Norwich's road planners are taking inspiration from the Dutch

City Hall approved plans for a cycling-friendly roundabout on the junction of Woodcock Road and Catton Grove Road in Norwich this week.