Five things we learned this week

Amber Heard, left, and Johnny Depp arrive at the 27th annual Palm Springs International Film Festiva

Amber Heard, left, and Johnny Depp arrive at the 27th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) - Credit: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Here's a look back on some of the stories we covered on the EDP this week.

•Johnny Depp is not moving to Norwich

A spoof website claimed that the Hollywood actor was on the brink of moving to Norwich. Scores of people said how excited they were that the Pirates of the Caribbean star was set to move to the city but sadly for them the story was untrue.

•Driving with a wardrobe strapped to your car roof is not a good idea

Police stopped a driver in Great Yarmouth who had attached a wardrobe to their car roof using bubble wrap. Police also found a passenger laying under the doors in the rear of the car.

•You can keep things hidden for 700 years

A rare medieval plainsong thought to be from the 14th century was discovered by a Great Yarmouth conservator to be binding a book together. It had been used to bind the book produced in 1548 and was stored at Norwich Cathedral's parish library.


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•Kirsten Rausing and her family are still the richest people in East Anglia

The 2016 Sunday Times Rich List was released this week and it revealed that Newmarket's Kirsten Rausing and her family are still the wealthiest people in the region. They are worth £8.7bn. •New owners at popular village pubThe Boars pub in Spooner Row has new owners in the form of Russell Evans and his wife Clare. The pub dates back to the 17th century and the new owners aim to change the menu every six to eight weeks.

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