Stacia Briggs says meditation is a really great way to improve your wellbeing, heart health and blood pressure. It’s also a lovely chunk of time to spend feeling furious, anxious, uncomfortable or hungry without distraction
When pupils complained no-one wrote books about children like them, teacher Hayley Long turned novelist. Now she is a full-time, award-winning writer, living in Norfolk with her next two books set in Suffolk
Norfolk independent record shops among the 240 taking part nationally, stocking limited edition releases ranging from David Bowie to ABBA, an early ‘Stone Roses’ demo, and folk, jazz, country and African rarities.
The agreement of a near two-year transition period after Brexit has provided some relief for East Anglia’s small businesses – but many feel more clarity is still needed on how leaving the European Union will impact them.
After a long, hard 2017 season racing on the continent while based at home in Great Yarmouth, young roadman Zak Coleman has earned help from the Dave Rayner Fund and is setting out to live in Belgium and race on the roads of Flanders and beyond in 2018
Experts from the world’s first Brexit research centre will visit Great Yarmouth Town Hall to get the views of local residents, businesses and politicians on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The Erasure composer on how Trump, Brexit and LGBT rights inspired them to speak out, how The Graduate opened his eyes musically and how they’ve given songs a classical makeover for new album World Beyond.
How Harry and Meghan should conduct themselves until their Big Day in May... advice from Michael Cole, the former BBC royal correspondent whose PR agency now advises famous people and leading corporations on their public image
Most of the shops will be shut for one day, maybe two... so why do I have two fridges groaning under the weight of food and drink plus a cool box full of veg including a great stalk of Brussels sprouts?
The mystery of what happened to a missing Magritte painting has led art experts from New York to Stockholm to Norwich. And now, the final part of the jigsaw has been found in Brussels, arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.
Manufacturers from across Europe have issued a warning that failure to achieve a deal on the UK’s departure from the European Union will be “highly damaging” for industry in both Britain and the rest of the continent.
North Norfolk enthusiast Calvert Churchill joins his team-mates in the Belgian amateur team United Cycling tomorrow – and by Sunday he will be racing with them for the first time at Sint Joris Weert, east of Brussels.
Geat Yarmouth’s seafront air show has been cancelled this year because of the cost of counter-terrorism measures. It’s a great shame as many of us hoped this event would boost the local economy – but have we, inadvertently, made ourselves the ‘victims’ of terrorism? Are we in danger of stopping events because of our worst fears? Could it be argued that the threat of terrorism is being taken too seriously?
Red tape, 6ft funding billboards and the “ridiculous” three-crop rule should all be ditched to help farmers become more productive outside the constraints of the European Union, said Defra minister Andrea Leadsom.
Before we begin, let’s make it absolutely clear that Yorkshire Puddings DO NOT belong on a Christmas Dinner plate (some of you probably have beef with that, literally.) Now we’ve got that out the way; from trifle to turkey, parsnips to pigs in blankets here’s the definitive list of Christmas foods ranked from worst to best.
They have divided opinions around countless Christmas dinner tables – but those who love their Brussels fear a festive shortfall after the damage done by a summer invasion of sprout-loving caterpillars.
Cambridgeshire’s elected mayoral contest is due to take place in May next year. Bookmaker Ladbrokes has opened a book on who might take the powerful new job. Heidi Allen, who was the first Conservative to put her name forward, has the shortest odds as things stand.
Nigel Farage set out his three tests for whether Brexit means Brexit in a farewell speech to his party faithful which received rapturous applause at today’s UK Independent Party conference in Bournemouth where Diane James was elected as the new party leader.
Prime Minister Theresa May has set her face firmly against a second referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union, telling Cabinet colleagues that “Brexit means Brexit” and there will be no attempt to stay in the EU “by the back door”.
The most deprived areas of Norfolk and Suffolk must continue to benefit from the level of funding which currently comes from the European Union, local leaders have said as Conservatives jostled for who would be the next prime minister.
An emergency budget to deal with the fallout from the referendum vote to leave the EU looks unlikely to take place until the autumn, as Chancellor George Osborne said it was better to delay action to shore up the public finances until a new prime minister is in place.
The impact of the European Union common fisheries policy (CFP) on the UK fishing industry is set to play a huge part in the EU referendum debate, particularly in hard hit coastal towns such as Lowestoft. Kathryn Bradley looks at the issue.
I am European. As Europeans we generally share common values, a common religion, heritage, culture and history. We have common treaties, which, in the case of Portugal, go back to the Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of 1373.
Pensioners could lose “dramatic sums of money” if Britain remains in the EU, Iain Duncan Smith claimed as he dismissed Government assurances it had seen off the threat of potentially damaging Brussels regulations.
His journey along the American railroad took him from Chicago to Los Angeles and inspired the latest offering from the Bard of Barking before he arrives in Great Yarmouth. Songwriter and political activist Billy Bragg talks to DOMINIC GILBERT ahead of his appearance at the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.
As the prime minister and chancellor set out a Treasury analysis suggesting a vote for a Brexit could prompt huge job losses and a recession, political editor Annabelle Dickson looks at the issue of the European Union and the economy in the first of the EDP in-depth European Union series.
US president Barack Obama has been branded an irrelevant “lame duck” by leading Leave campaigners furious at his warning Britain would be at “the back of the queue” for American trade deals if it backed Brexit.
With the EU referendum taking place on June 23, we asked two young people to outline opposing views on UK’s relationship with the EU. Here, Joe Hamilton puts forward the case for voting to leave the EU.
Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city’s Metro stations on Tuesday, killing at least 31 people and wounding dozens, as a European capital was again locked down amid heightened security threats.
What causes trade? Could we use the cash we give to the European Union better if we chose how to spend it ourselves? How will we control our own borders if we stay in the EU? Why is our Parliament one of the most famous buildings in the world? And what does this say about how we should be governed? These questions should be at the centre of the debate about the European Union and whether Britain should remain or leave.
With the issue of soil health becoming one of the hot topics in agricultural forums in recent months, a pioneering East Anglian project is aiming to give farmers improved data on the complex ecosystem which supports their crops.
Downing Street described wrangling over the new deal in Brussels as “hard going” - but David Cameron emerged with a positive message and claimed his graft will earn Britain “special status” in Europe. What does the agreement include?
A Normandy veteran who “got through the war without a scratch” has been awarded the Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest decoration, for his part in liberating dozens of towns and villages from German occupation during the Second World War.
As French officials named the alleged ringleader behind the Paris attacks and an international manhunt continues for Salah Abdeslam, more information has emerged about those behind Friday’s massacres that left 129 dead.
It’s been a long wait for recognition from the French government to reflect the immediate thankfulness of the French people in June 1944. Normandy veteran Len Fox has been awarded France’s highest honour for the part he played in the liberation of Europe. STACIA BRIGGS celebrates the achievements of a quiet hero.
A new play looking at the bravery of tragic First World War nurse Edith Cavell is being staged in North Walsham this month. Edith Cavell – Facing The Silence is being toured by the Broad Horizons Theatre Company at the Atrium on Friday September 25.
Failures to properly administer the system of EU farm payments have cost the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) more than £600m in fines, the Whitehall spending watchdog has disclosed.
Last week, East Anglian farmers told us their demands from the incoming government after the General Election. In an exclusive interview following Elizabeth Truss’ reappointment as environment secretary, CHRIS HILL asked for her responses to those issues.