A journalist at the EDP is celebrating after winning a top national trainee award.

A Norfolk teenage tenpin hotshot stunned competitors by rolling the holy grail of the bowling alley: a perfect 300 points from 12 strikes in a row.

You can stuff your Bah Humbug

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Not in the Christmas spirit? I don’t understand, writes Jo Malone

Proposals for large companies to publicly declare how many people they employ with disabilities have been met with a cool response by Norfolk employers.

When you can’t blame the network or the engineers for the lack of rural Internet

Residents are being urged to keep their vehicles secure following a spate of van thefts.

Chasing my children around with a mouldy pumpkin seemed a good idea at the time, writes Jo Malone

A village is preparing to travel back 100 years to celebrate the return of its young soldiers and trace those lost in battle.

A Norfolk boy hoping to tuck into his favourite chocolate after trick-or-treating instead found a Brussels sprout inside when he opened the wrapper.

Campaigners will discover in the next few weeks whether a planning appeal over a bid to turn a church into homes they hope will fail has been a success.

Dozens of dog owners and their beloved pooches rallied together to raise hundreds of pounds for a group of Newfoundlands that were found abandoned and left to die on a rural road in Norfolk.

Move over Phantom of the Opera - Norfolk dancers are coming to your stage

Youngsters at a Wymondham school got the chance to try their hand at the Paralympic sport of Boccia thanks to a visit from an award winning coach.

Pupils have to walk down a dark lane after a key bus service was cancelled, a parent has claimed.

After weeks of delays, months of anticipation, and years of planning, a rugby club’s new home is finally on its way to completion.

One of Norfolk’s most iconic brands celebrated its 70th birthday in style.

A surgery has celebrated a successful 20 years of keeping a town’s residents healthy.

The UK’s largest fitness operator has chosen a Norfolk fire extinguisher maker to supply its network of more than 200 gyms.

A group of football fans have shown their charitable sides by riding more than 200 miles across East Anglia to raise £5,200.

Two medical practices have been given the seal of approval by local health bodies for their work in making their surgeries dementia-friendly.

UPDATE: This event has now been cancelled

The founder of a Norfolk cancer charity has stood down after nine years.

A South Norfolk cancer charity held their annual Garden Party earlier this August.

A driver arrested on the A11 after allegedly providing a positive drug test was on route to take his seven months pregnant girlfriend to hospital.

Parent, teacher and blogger Sally White has tips to help you start the new school year at the top of the class

A Norfolk distillery has won an international award just six months after launching its very first gin.

The latest attempts to build homes on the site of a Methodist church in Norwich’s Golden Triangle have been knocked back by councillors.

Concerned members of the public turned out in force for a planning appeal hearing over a bid to turn a Norwich church into homes.

A house builder with permission to develop land near Wymondham has applied to cut the number of affordable homes in the project.

A revived attempt to convert a Golden Triangle church into flats looks set to be knocked back, with council officers recommending it for refusal.

A cyber services firm in Norfolk is helping small and micro businesses get to grips with cyber security.

The annual memorial football match for Norfolk’s King of Sport will be taking place tomorrow.

Controversial proposals which would see the conversion of a Norwich church into flats have been revived.

A Norfolk cancer charity is appealing to people in the area to support their first ever sponsored event.

From borrowing books to sympathetic looks - Wymondham parenting blogger Sally White on the joys of the local library

A cricket club supported by volunteers has received a financial boost.

A Wymondham steelwork company has become the latest to fulfil its pledge to a charity campaign.

An East Anglian fintech company which has designed a digital search tool for finding lost financial assets is in talks with major national clients which could make its software the industry gold-standard.

Here are some important housekeeping notes for all showgoers to make your experience even better….

Three of our 10 Hares Rocks have already been found by eagle-eyed GoGoHares fans in Cromer, Wymondham and Norwich - and today we reveal the clue for where the seventh rock will soon be waiting to be discovered.

A controversial move, which would see the closure of part of a Norwich road and the removal of a set of city traffic lights, may be permanently ditched.

A consultant clinical psychologist from the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has spoken at one of the world’s top literary festivals on the subject of men and suicide.

As the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) approaches, Bethany Whymark speaks to East Anglian experts about the facts – and myths – around the biggest data protection shake-up in two decades.

An inspector has ordered a public hearing to help them determine whether city councillors were right to prevent a Norwich church from being turned into flats.

A retired couple have taken their 35-year-old Royal Mail Van for a third fundraising outing around the British Isles, this time in aid of a new school.

One day we will see the sea lions, promises Jo Malone

I am lucky that I can do my bit, and then some.

A Norfolk environmental group has had a record breaking litter pick event; both in the amount of volunteers who wanted to help, and sadly, the amount of rubbish collected.

Residents are bracing themselves for a second battle with developers looking to convert the St Peters Methodist Church in Norwich’s Golden Triangle into flats.

Two Norfolk organisations are celebrating a £1,000 funding boost thanks to a leading house builder.

Bringing the bedroom coder into the workplace has helped a Norfolk technology firm to combat the industry’s skills shortage – and now it is calling for other businesses to join in.

Five branches of Waitrose in East Anglia will be among the first to do away with disposable coffee cups.

Waitrose has announced a pilot to remove disposable coffee cups from nine stores - including in Norwich and Wymondham - as part of efforts to reduce plastics and packaging.

A village road on the outskirts of Norwich will be closed for almost two months for the creation of a new cycle path.

A dementia support group has been offered a place to eat by a former mayor, after appealing for help to celebrate Norfolk Day at the seaside.

Scores of people took part in the third Wymondham AC 20 mile race in the 2018 Sportlink Grand Prix today.

Fears have been raised that the controversial decision to close a village road for almost two months will put the lives of schoolchildren in jeopardy.

An easter egg hunt around town centre shops is being organised by a Norfolk solicitors firm.

We all know Norfolk is the best place to live, but now it seems the experts think so too.

Is it the quaint streets, the thriving town centre or the wealth of events?

A new daytime community choir based in Wymondham is offering free taster sessions in February and March.

Police are urging people in Norfolk to remain vigilant after a cold caller pretending to be a police officer once again tried to con a vulnerable person to withdraw a large sum of money.

A bus service between two Norfolk towns that was due to be scrapped at the end of February has been saved.

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk has scooped a prestigious national award for openness and transparency.

An issue that has been dividing a town for years was seemingly put to bed at a council meeting.

A shoe designer has said the sky is the limit after scooping one of the top prizes at an awards ceremony.

The Mayor of Wymondham has helped lay the building blocks of new housing development in the market town.

A dementia cafe in Wymondham has received a surprise donation of £400.

For years, Mulbarton-born Wayne Willgress has revelled in his annual visits to Potters to watch the World Indoor Bowls Championships.

An East Anglian travel agent has had a flying start to the year after seeing a surge in holiday sales.

A Norfolk community centre’s roof repair fundraising campaign has raised its first £1,000.

Mental health patients in Norwich are now receiving community mental health services from a new premises following a £600,000 refurbishment project.

A campaign to repair the roof of a much-loved community centre has reached its first milestone.

Riders and followers turned out in their droves for East Anglia’s traditional Boxing Day hunts.

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