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A divided cabinet, a “mounting feud” in the Labour Party, and a public unclear about the arguments on both sides.

Ben Godfrey’s emergence at Norwich City has been rewarded with a call-up to the England Under-20s squad for internationals against Poland and Portugal later this month.

A luxury American cruise ship will return this summer to Great Yarmouth.

An East Anglian audio visual distributor has reported a record set of profits, allowing it to pay out £3m in dividends to its managing director.

Diverse businesses across Norfolk including antique dealerships and a beer giant could be set to benefit from improved signposting, after County Hall agreed to update one of its policies.

They wing their way over 3,000 miles to get to Norfolk, but little terns still aren’t necessarily safe when they touch down.

A sudden rise in knife crime has hit the headlines this week - but Iain Dale says it can be stopped, just look at what happened in Glasgow

The spotlight will be shone on how a proposed multi-billion pound wind farm could impact on sealife, the shipping industry and traffic this week, as the decision process over it continues.

The former head of the British Army has said the Home Office is making a serious mistake by attempting to strip Shamima Begum of her citizenship.

A showcase of all that’s best in East Anglian country pursuits returns to the Norfolk-Suffolk border at the end of next month – and the events and outdoor activities are focused firmly on the family: adults, children and the dog.

It’s time to take learning out of the classroom and on to the beach, according to an East Anglian college.

Walking down the catwalk in New York modelling for some of Europe’s top designers is many girls’ dreams.

An amazing wildlife spectacle has been spotted in the skies above Norwich.

The royal’s New York party has been much reported and speculated upon. Our columnist reveals more about the tradition.

Norfolk is bracing itself for Brexit. But what impact will leaving the EU actually have on your wallet?

Norwich MP Clive Lewis has called Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement that the Labour party will back moves for a second EU referendum in the coming weeks as a “hugely positive step.”

An actor best-known for his part in British film This is England has told how he was lucky to have kept his licence after he was caught speeding.

A brave Brexit-inspired expedition by two Norwich students across Europe is now available for people around the world to see.

There is no Plan(et) B: so it’s a good job that we’ve got our children to clear up the mess that the adults have made and left for them to inherit. Why the kids are all right when it comes to climate change.

Tributes have been paid to the Norfolk wildlife artist Martin Woodcock, who is believed to have died on Sunday.

There’s a Norwich City star competing with hot shots from Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich this season – and it’s not Teemu Pukki...

Football can be a nasty old world.

Worried East Anglian farmers say they have been left in limbo after the industry sought to nail the government down at a key annual conference on what kind of future the sector faces as Brexit looms.

Having now written articles for the EDP and Run Anglia for what will be two years come May, I have tried to vary my columns in the hope of keeping them informative, thought provoking and at times a little historical particularly when writing about some of the events of Norfolk athletics past or indeed people who have been great ambassadors for our sport.

As part of a new EDP project, we’re casting a close eye on life in our towns. Today, reporter Reece Hanson takes a look at the UK’s most easterly town: Lowestoft.

East Anglia was once connected to continental Europe by an expanse called Doggerland. ALAN TUTT from Cromer Museum looks at what remains of this near-mythical land.

Norwich MP Clive Lewis has condemned “the very real problem of left-wing anti-Semitism” in a debate in Parliament.

Forbes has recognised two former Norfolk students in a list of Europe’s most influential young businesspeople.

Video WATCH: Meet Start-Rite’s new CEO

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

A former buyer for Harrods and Tesco, Kate Tansley is now spearheading Norwich’s 227-year-old beloved children’s shoe firm.

Retailers and fashion producers should have to pay a penny per garment to fund better clothing recycling in a bid to end throwaway fashion, a group of MPs has suggested.

A former buyer for Harrods and Tesco, Kate Tansley is now spearheading Norwich’s 227-year-old beloved children’s shoe firm as its new boss.

Ben Whitehead is trying to make a difference by producing snacks from fruit and veg which would otherwise be thrown away.

A French inspired afternoon of songs and a tribute to one of world music’s biggest stars will feature in a busy month of events at Dereham Memorial Hall.

Flights out of Norwich Airport to Aberdeen will go ahead as normal despite the aircraft provider going into administration.

Welcome to the Enjoy Gardening More community where you’ll find amazing garden deals every day.

Jo Malone finds out about the alternatives to heating your home with oil and gas.

An historic East Anglian auctioneer and land agent said it was “delighted” with its new look as it launched a major rebrand.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has said Labour’s “dangerous mixed messages” on leaving the EU could be helping “facilitate a Tory Brexit”.

Everyone has a view on traffic in Norwich and how it could be improved. But will the city’s transport system look very different in the years to come? As part of our Future of Norwich series, Dan Grimmer reports.

Did you give a card or get a card? Or did you not bother? Rachel Moore says we don’t need to be forced into displaying love

It has all but eradicated homelessness in Finland, but could Housing First be the answer to Norwich’s homelessness problem?

An international sheepdog handler, who competed and judged trials around the world, and was a lifelong Norwich City fan, Rob McLean, has died aged 87.

There’s something in store for Leavers and Remainers at this north Norfolk business.

Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber is destined for the top says Daniel Farke.

A Norfolk village was at the centre of an oil rush after prospectors struck black gold beneath its fields.

MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis on things to remember before travelling out of Brexit Britain.

One of Norfolk’s most iconic seafront properties is getting a new lease on life.

Daft, hilarious, risking anthrax, 1950s retro, little grasp of reality, crushing cost: these were just some of the more polite comments about the suggestion from the Norwich Society – and subsequently taken up by the city council – that trams could be part of the answer to the city’s transport problems.

Video City ace reveals big ambition

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Norwich City starlet Simon Power aims to be a trailblazer in a Dutch loan spell he hopes leads to the Canaries’ first team.

Homes have been built on one Norfolk’s natural beauty spots for a rare visitor.

The beer market is moving on apace, and John Hadingham, who took over the reins at Suffolk brewery St Peter’s in 2018, is aware that his business needs to keep one step ahead.

A charity building a state-of-the-art sports facility outside Norwich has started the engine on a fundraising project which pays homage to its partner organisation.

Ad Feature How to reduce our carbon footprint

Friday, February 1, 2019

How can I reduce my energy bill – and my carbon footprint?

Fish and chip shop owners in Norfolk have said reports an endangered species of shark is being sold around the UK could affect their trade.

If you bought, hired or leased a lorry between 1997 and 2011 you could be due thousands of pounds in compensation.

A “first step” in bringing trams back to the streets of Norwich has been taken, with City Hall agreeing to lobby the government to help make it happen.

James Marston says Brexit has to be sorted and we might have to accept that none of us will be happy

Tough times may be ahead for the farming industry, but farmland is often seen as a safe harbour in uncertain times, East Anglian land agents point out as the farming industry grapples with the fall-out from the current political uncertainty created by the Brexit impasse.

Garden advice: spring surprises

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Spring surprises like hazel, rock cress, primula and Aubrieta are perfect for people who can’t wait to bring their garden to life. They bloom early and a couple provide a second round of flowering later in the year.

Specialist filtration company Porvair has reported a staggering 2018, with end-of-year revenue up 11pc to £128.8m.

It was a fabulous European adventure which Norwich City fans will never forget.

Bungay Museum possesses the Head Master’s log-book of school attendance and events for the Boys’ department of the local Council School.

A new fitness store is opening in Norwich city centre.

Campaigners who want a People’s Vote over Brexit are out on the streets of Norwich and Sheringham today (Saturday).

As MPs prepare to thrash out the details of Brexit in parliament once again, our reporters took to the streets of Great Yarmouth, Cromer, King’s Lynn, and Norwich to find out what people thought of progress, how they voted in 2016 , and if they would vote differently now.

The energy industry is once again alight with conversation after a new study has delved into the potential of storing power from wind farms in undersea rock beds.

Norwich City youngster Adam Idah is being tracked by clubs across Europe, according to reports.

Shipdham runner Trish McCarthy speaks to Mark Armstrong as she prepares to take on one of Europe’s toughest ultra marathon challenges

Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable will speak out against Brexit at a meeting in North Walsham.

Marcelo Bielsa might be better advised getting his staff to give Elland Road a lick of pink paint ahead of City’s visit.

“Daddy,” asks your child, during a stroll. “What’s that tree called?” “Ah,” you fib shamelessly, “that’s rowan.” (Or magnolia. Or London plane. Or another tree picked at random.)

Food and drink producers from across Norfolk and Suffolk are reaping the rewards of a business mission to the Netherlands, which saw them exhibit at Europe’s largest hospitality 
trade show.

Suffolk and Norfolk food and drink producers have reaped the rewards of taking part in a trade mission to the Netherlands after gaining a host of fruitful sales leads.

The East of England is set to count the cost of a ‘no deal’ Brexit in billions of pounds, according to analysis by business lobby group the CBI.

An anti-racism meeting is to be held this week in response to the “growing racist right.”

More than half of our children have a toy so beloved that, if lost, the whole family feels the pain. What’s that all about?

The Walkman is 40 this year. Nick Richards rewinds to their heyday and then fast forwards to the current day in which cassettes are enjoying a mini-revival

Staycations are on the rise – and one famous Norfolk retreat is reaping the rewards.

A special memorial service will be held in West Norfolk to remember the Holocaust.

East of England MEP Stuart Agnew has been accused of getting “into bed with some very dodgy people” as he joined a new group in the European Parliament.

The port at Great Yarmouth is able to handle ferries carrying cargo to and from mainland Europe should it need to after Brexit, the company which runs the port has said.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has spoken out to back a second referendum just hours before Theresa May puts her Brexit deal to the Commons.

East Anglian firms are taking practical measures to shield themselves against extreme Brexit scenarios as the political turmoil around the UK’s exit from the European Union continues to cast uncertainty over future trading conditions.

Romantic, enchanting, passionate and charismatic, Russian ballet holds a special magic that continues to captivate.

Four carvings depicting Norwich’s old gates have been restored to their former glory after the new owners of a city shop spotted them in the window.

A farewell party will be turned into a celebration after news that a well-loved Norwich pub will be saved from closure.

The owner of a Norwich menswear store, which has a host of celebrity fans, has moved into a former bridal shop in the city.

The catering team one of at the UK’s biggest indoor sports venues is taking aim at a bigger slice of the dining-out pie following a £50,000 revamp.

Former Liverpool and England international Peter Crouch is tipping his old loan club Norwich City to get to the Premier League - and stay there.

Nineteen ways to make the most of 2019 – and enjoy some of the sights and experiences which make the county unique.

After ruining night bus travel for us, now Luther has put paid to selling fridges online. The plot thickens in episode two of Luther as two killers remain on the loose and our hero is ignoring looking for one of them while hiding the other one. Standard. CONTAINS SPOILERS.

From The Walks in King’s Lynn to the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow via the Rat Verlegh Stadion in the Netherlands, meet the Norfolk football fan who’s New Year’s resolution in 2018 was to visit as many stadiums as possible.

An increase in rail fares has prompted protests outside railway stations in Norfolk.

Christmas may be over but there are still plenty of events taking place at museums across Norfolk to keep the whole family busy in January.

There don’t seem to be many positives as far as Brexit is concerned - well, maybe it’ll make us all think about growing our own food

Honda played a key role in creating the hugely-successful SUV sector with the popular CR-V and the latest model is something of a radical revamp, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Video 10 Norwich bands to watch in 2019

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, Future Radio’s Jonzey takes a look back at some of the best local music from this year in his Top 10 Tracks of the Year.

It’s a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

This week we’ve heard from experts across Norfolk’s industries and sectors, on their hopes and fears for the coming year.

It will be a time to remember...when thousands of soldiers were killed, wounded or missing in action, so we can enjoy the freedom we have today.

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