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An 800-year-old royal charter which granted special privileges to the Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk has been discovered by historians.

The University of East Anglia’s student newspaper was recognised as one of the best in the country after shortlists for the Student Publication Association awards were announced on Sunday.

For hundreds of years, they have stood relatively unscathed in the wooden hammer beams of a medieval church.

Two friends aiming to visit every Good Beer Guide pub in the UK ticked six Norwich pubs off their list whilst visiting for the Hull City match.

Folk East continues to grow in size and sature as one of the most eclectic folk festivals in the country. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at this year’s tempting bill of fare

There’s something oddly romantic about timeless tales of masked highwaymen. Arts editor Andrew Clarke speaks to writer-director Cordelia Spence about East Anglia’s very own Dick Turpin

This unique property in East Harling, which is on the market with TW Gaze for a guide price of £695,000, offers lots of potential.

Norwich Castle is this weekend gearing up for the return of the Vikings - more than 1,000 years since they arrived in East Anglia.

Star exhibits from the British Museum and York Museum join some of Norfolk’s most significant recent Viking and Anglo Saxon finds – on show for the first time.

A north Norfolk department store has won another national award.

The overriding feeling from Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Sheffield United seemed to be that winning the game wasn’t as important as not losing it.

A prisoner is to go on trial accused of being in possession of an offensive weapon at Norwich Prison.

The Queen has attended a church service in Norfolk accompanied by the Duke of York, while the Duke of Edinburgh did not attend.

As the Christmas drink-drive campaign comes to a close three more drivers have been disqualified - for a total of almost four years.

A Norwich pub is encouraging its customers to drink the bar dry and send the business off in style before it closes at the end of the week.

A young bricklayer from Lowestoft has been named the UK’s top apprentice by a national housebuilder.

The Norfolk-based Construction Industry Training Board has been accused of “betraying” its staff after it emerged that more than 200 staff faced relocating out of the county to keep their jobs.

Updated City youngsters seal loan moves

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Devonte Aransibia and Caleb Richards have sealed non league loan moves until January 6.

Sonya Duncan went to Bruges on the ferry and had a wonderful trip despite force 9 gales.

Connor Rumbles was the early leader in the Diss Cycling Club cyclo-cross but Kieran Jarvis eventually made it a local win in the senior men’s race.

A Norwich father has celebrated a decade of helping thousands of vulnerable children across the world’s poorest regions with a gala hosted by a royal duo.

A Norfolk village disappearing into the sea has been named as on the national frontline in the fight against the devastating effects of climate change.

A young sales advisor from Beccles has been nominated as a regional housebuilder’s top trainee.

The Prince of Wales’ official website has revealed 70 facts about the heir to the British throne ahead of his 70th birthday on Wednesday.

A racecourse in Norfolk has been named as one of the best in the country for racehorse owners.

A woman from Norfolk who competed in a British bikini bodybuilding championship achieved first place this month.

As Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress design is unveiled, Nicola Barrell takes a look at Royal wedding gowns through the ages

Pub landlords, beer writers and tourism bosses from eight cities across the UK shared their knowledge on beer tourism during a forum in Norwich.

Even lukewarm royalists enjoyed the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, earlier this year but as a waverer when it comes to the further reaches of the Royal Family , Lynne Mortimer wonders if Princess Eugenie’s big day will the attract the same enthusiasm.

The prospect of aircraft once again taking to the skies from the former RAF Coltishall base has moved a step nearer, after council bosses agreed to lease a hangar to a company which wants to test planes there.

Emmerdale are doing an all-female episode next year to mark International Women’s Day which has Sharon Griffiths lost in the irony of it all

A planning consultancy with a base in Norwich has increased its team by more than a third, as well as opening new offices in London and Cambridge this year.

The landlords of a popular Norwich pub which is celebrating its tenth year have told of their sadness at seeing other watering holes fall by the wayside.

A Norfolk woman and diversity campaigner has appeared in court after allegedly verbally threatening trans women.

The annual Potters Cup weekend proved to be an emotional occasion as the Cranston trio took victory in the Potters Shield.

Sheikha Reika confirmed trainer Roger Varian’s belief in her when landing the richest ever race at Great Yarmouth, the £50,000 John Musker Fillies Stakes over 10 furlongs.

Embrace the past and go visit a museum

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Nick Conrad has been up in Yorkshire and was bowled over by a brilliant museum - and suggest you should go and check one out and engage with the past

King’s Lynn Town boss Simon Clark doesn’t expect the pressure on him to ease until he manages to halt his side’s recent poor form.

They almost certainly did not all storm into battle wearing horned helmets, but something the Vikings definitely did do was to shape every aspect of life in Britain, including in Norfolk.

James Marston says we must keep talking about anti-semitism

Thanks to the scorchingly hot summer, the bars and pubs in Norwich have been filled with drinkers sharing their sun-drenched afternoons on social media.

A YouGov poll has revealed that York is considered the most liked city in the UK by 55,000 people.

A poll of thousands of people has found that Norwich is more popular than major cities including Manchester and Birmingham.

Students at Sheringham High School are celebrating another ‘outstanding’ year for A-level pupils.

As the first City of Ale, Norwich is looking forward to an event this year which will be the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.

A former soldier is joining thousands of Armed Forces veterans from across the world to pay tribute at a historic pilgrimage of remembrance.

East Anglia is known for its rich comic heritage, stretching from the Singing Postman right through to current alternative comedians like John Kearns. Here is a look at 20 comedy stars with links to the region.

Josh Coley has described his switch to Norwich City as ‘a dream come true’.

A Norwich comedian who was forced to move her mobility scooter from a disabled space on a train has spoken of another “rough day” on public transport.

The only place Ben Godfrey looks to be heading is Norwich City’s first team.

Creditors of retailer Mattressman have approved restructuring plans which will see 14 stores close.

An array of vehicles of all shapes and sizes have rolled up on the seafront in Great Yarmouth.

Urban planning in the region’s towns and cities will have to fundamentally change to help them weather the storm which changing shopping habits has caused.

One hundred and sixty years ago, an East Anglian naturalist set out on a remarkable quest: to prove that one of the famous extinct birds in history was really alive after all. Trevor Heaton tells the story of Alfred Newton and the great auk.

Ben Godfrey is not about to join Josh Murphy or James Maddison in the Premier League - but a Championship loan move may be on the cards.

Mind master Derren Brown learned to espresso himself in a whole new way when he gave making coffee another shot at a Norwich cafe and roastery which he always makes a point of visiting when he’s in the city.

More than 130 jobs are at risk after a Norfolk retailer became the latest to announce plans to close stores due to a slump in sales.

It has been dubbed the “biggest and beeriest” festival yet.

A national restaurant and bar chain has applied to the council for a premises licence to open in Norwich.

Statues of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have been installed at Norwich Cathedral to mark the 65th anniversary of Her Majesty’s coronation.

Supporters and players of both Norwich City and Shrewsbury Town have rallied round to show their support for young striker Carlton Morris after news of a serious knee injury.

A popular beer festival which is attracting crowds of revellers is helping to showcase the Norwich pub scene - so punters can enjoy the finest ales all year round.

Norwich was once described as having a pub for every day of the year and now a festival is making its return to celebrate our Fine City’s ale heritage.

A road haulage company has closed its Great Yarmouth depot site, ending a more than 100-year-old link to the town.

It was 150 years ago when a baby boy was born who would grow up to become a “second Dick Whittington” and one of the best-loved and respected men in Norwich. Derek James pays tribute to Sir Henry Holmes.

Video New titles for royal couple

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

After their wedding, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will likely become a Duke and Duchess... but of where? Here’s a look at the options

Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York’s marriage ended in Divorce. But is there a hint they could re-marry?

A restaurant and bar chain describing itself as “mansion splendour meets village hall eccentricity” is bidding to move into a former bank in Norwich.

It was a dark and rather scary place where large men in uniform stared at you and occasionally wagged a finger in your direction when you got too near an object on display.

The Commonwealth’s newly-minted squash champion is set to return to the Norfolk leisure centre where he first picked up a racquet.

Norwich City academy product Carlton Morris is hoping to fulfil a boyhood dream by playing at Wembley this afternoon.

Fans gathered on a busy city street to pay tribute to a popular street musician as part of a nationwide rendition of a Beatles classic.

Friends, family and fans of a Norwich busker who died last month will sing his favourite song at six locations across England this weekend.

A £430,000 attempt to cut pollution in Norwich city centre by reducing the number of cars commuting into the city has been dealt a major blow - after the government snubbed the project.

Making dye with human urine, going commando in the name of history, being ducked in the River Wensum as a witch and watching a disappointing 0-0 draw at Carrow Road – which was the worst ordeal for Professor Alice Roberts as she made new TV series Britain’s Most Historic Towns?

UEA philosophy student Sophie Goodwin recently became the youngest person to complete 100 marathons as she reveals what keeps her going

A model of the railways around King’s Lynn has helped a man in Australia get his life back on track after suffering a brain tumour.

As the exhibition The Square Box on the Hill continues at Norwich Castle Museum, Trevor Heaton looks at ten key objects which tell the story of the keep’s 900-year history.

The injury nightmare of Norwich City winger Matt Jarvis continued this evening as the former England international limped off after 20 minutes of a comprehensive under-23s defeat to Fulham at Carrow Road.

It was a last-ditch attempt to win the Virgin Queen’s hand, a firework display that costed the modern-day equivalent of £23 million - but at what cost to the nearby town?

How easy is it really to renovate a property from scratch? Property editor Caroline Culot went to see Norwich graphic designer Vish Joory who has just bought a terraced house in need of a complete renovation and restoration.

Norwich Castle has been a part of Norfolk’s life for 900 years, and now that connection is being celebrated in an evocative new exhibition. Trevor Heaton reports.

The new landlords of a village pub are hoping to encourage families to return to their local.

Gallery The perfect weekend getaway

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

It was a stay of juxtapositions, old and new, snuggled up warm and snow falling down outside, the chaos and the calm.

The multi-award-winning comedian will kick off a 37-date UK tour of her show LadsLadsLads at Norwich Theatre Royal in September, before visiting King’s Lynn in November.

Ale lovers will be congregating in Norwich to discuss how to promote beer celebrations across the country.

The Queen was all smiles as snowflakes fell during her visit to the picturesque Castle Rising church.

The Queen attended a service at St Lawrence Church in Castle Rising, King’s Lynn, on Sunday morning.

Great Yarmouth has a wonderful history. So let’s celebrate it - and the future - says Anne Edwards.

Jack Pye of Wymondham was Norfolk’s only starter in the SMPT British Open at York and as expected he was fast out of the blocks to establish his credentials as a real contender for the title.

Spud’s teaser: Who did Norwich play when they appeared on Match of the Day for the first time?

Nearly 100 people have joined the newly-formed Civic Society of Great Yarmouth.

Norwich City loanees Ben Godfrey and Carlton Morris have been enjoying some time under the national spotlight after helping Shrewsbury Town take West Ham to an FA Cup replay.

One hundred new Co-op food stores are set to open in 2018.

Leauge One promotion hopefuls Shrewsbury have confirmed they are in talks with Norwich City to extend Ben Godfrey’s stay.

UK Live favourites Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox are coming to Norwich to headline the UEA LCR in March as part of their major UK tour.

Indie rock fans were on standby for a memorable night of music as Shed Seven rode magnificently into Norwich’s UEA.

Retailer Toys R Us has revealed the stores to be closed as part of a restructuring programme.

Shed Seven are coming to Norwich to play a sold out headline show at The Nick Rayns LCR after the announcment of their first studio album in 16 years.

I have reached that stage in life when I am regularly attending children’s birthday parties.

A booklet tracing the history of a “poor relation” drill hall has been produced to help spread the word about its important role.

As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.

A Norfolk stonemason has been commissioned to produce a new piece of public artwork for the village of Hingham – which will celebrate the area’s brewing heritage.

Residents of a North Norfolk town have celebrated the news that a hefty donation has been made to the rennovation of their war memorial.

A group of seven neighbours have been recognised as digital heroes for helping older people get online.

Museum bosses have revealed they are hoping a combination of two major exhibitions in Norfolk, the weak pound and Norwich’s airport will bring bumper visitor numbers from The Netherlands to the county.

A team of volunteers at Olive House residential home in Newton Flotman have been shortlisted for a national award.

Bath’s loss is Great Yarmouth’s gain on Thursday afternoon when another eight-race card brings down the curtain on the three-day Eastern Festival.

A dozen fillies go to post this afternoon in Great Yarmouth’s most valuable and prestigious event of the entire racing season.

People are today urged to make themselves part of history - by helping to raise thousands for an ambitious project which will transform Norwich Castle’s iconic keep.

Mark Royal and Matt Flatman open the quarter-final stages of the men’s singles at Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls today.

An era of fresh, funny, bold and brilliant broadcasting is about to come to an end as Norwich’s Mustard TV prepares for its final shows.

Norwich’s Mustard TV is preparing its final broadcasts as Archant gets set to sell it to the That’s TV Group.

As the 20th anniversary of her death approaches, we asked our readers to share their memories and thoughts on Princess Diana. Here’s a look at what you had to say...

This beautiful country hall in north Suffolk, set in gardens and parkland with a lake and a swimming pool, could be yours for £2.5million.

At least we beat Birmingham.

Norwich City starlet Ben Godfrey has signed a new four year deal, which will keep him at Carrow Road until the summer of 2021.

E Nesbit’s story steams into Norwich this week in a new production that recreates the magic that made the famous 1970 film so beloved. Stewart Wright, who is playing Perks, tells us how he took on the iconic part despite having never seen the film.

Norwich has been declared a flood risk area by Government experts, with 11,000 properties threatened.

We did not need government experts to tell us this, we needed them to listen to the concerns of local residents and tell us why Planning Police Statement 25: Development and Flood Risk has been constantly disregarded.

There will be a rare chance to hear the roar of wartime aeroplane at a festival celebrating engineering.

The novel War Horse has been turned into a play, a film and more. Ahead of bringing a concert version to Norwich, author Michael Morpurgo talks to Emma Knights.

A former Norwich MP has called on the developers behind plans for Anglia Square to seize the opportunity to create something special to draw tourists to the city.

As tighter finances and a shift in philosophy bring Norwich City’s academy productivity into sharper focus DAVID FREEZER looks at which youngsters are most likely to make the breakthrough this season

Norfolk churches will be hosting creative worship activities as part of a global prayer movement.

An F-15 Strike Eagle from RAF Lakenheath was involved in a near miss with another jet over the Vale of York, a report has revealed.

The beauty of the Broads in all its glory is to be showcased at the prestigious RHS Chelsea Flower Show this weekend.

The Broads National Park is in the running to be named the UK’s best, but needs your help to sail to victory.

New statues of the Queen and Prince Philip are to installed in Norwich Cathedral to mark the 65th anniversary of the monarch’s coronation next year.

After a campaign featuring plenty of goals despite the disappointment of falling away from the promotion race, David Freezer assesses Norwich City’s forward options ahead of next season’s fresh start

The normally quiet streets of a small Norfolk town are about to be transformed by the visit of one of the UK’s largest musical celebrations of its type.

General election campaigns are invariably filled with bold declarations, sweeping arguments, stinging attacks and flippant faux pas.

Champion jockey Jim Crowley has four excellent chances to mark the start of Great Yarmouth’s 2017 racing season with a win this afternoon.

With its stunning architecture and array of quaint shops, Norwich’s Elm Hill boasts plenty of charm and character making it an ideal location for a bank holiday outing.

Guided walks focusing on the rich cultural heritage of the Great Yarmouth borough are getting underway, with a range of new walks added.

A Michelin star restaurant and hotel has been urged to make its policy on guide dogs clearer after a blind woman was refused entry because its chef has a fear of the animal.

From watching their first films as children to enjoying first dates with their sweethearts, lots of people have fond memories of the old Noverre Cinema at Norwich’s Assembly House.

A steam engine making its way to the North Norfolk Railway travelled through the region on Thursday.

Plans are being made to build 60 new homes in the village of Great Ellingham - but not everyone is happy about it.

A 60-year-old steam locomotive is expected to make its way through East Anglia next week on its way to a heritage railway.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis could still be punished by Norwich voters over Labour’s policy on Brexit, the Liberal Democrat leader has claimed.
Tim Farron said he sensed the East was a region where his party could make a comeback.

Am I the only one who thinks Norwich was unfairly singled out in the professional wind-up merchant’s latest offering?

The Machine Stops, the author’s atypical 100-year-old novella that predicted the internet and our dangerous reliance on technology, has now been turned into a stage production.

A team of budding entrepreneurs from a Norfolk primary school are celebrating national success after a royal visit saw them meet a star of Dragon’s Den.

Norwich has been ranked as the 15th least affordable city in the UK, according to a new study by Lloyds Bank.

Britpop band Shed Seven have announced plans for their first studio album in 16 years alongside their biggest ever UK tour which is stopping in Norwich.

Campaigners have hailed a decision by Church of England’s ruling body to throw out a controversial report on same-sex marriage as “a victory for love and equality”.

Norwich Dragons became only the second team to take points off East League Premier Division leaders Bedford, recording a highly creditable 1-1 draw at The Den.

It is 65 years since the front page of the ‘late final’ edition of the Ipswich Evening Star proclaimed THE KING IS DEAD as flags were lowered to half-mast and theatres shut for the day.

British rock legends Status Quo have announced that they will be coming to Norwich as part of their Aquostic Live tour.

Whether you lived or stayed at this breath-taking, barn-style home in Brancaster, you would find absolutely everything you needed right at your fingertips.

The region could be set for snow towards the end of the week, with forecasters warning of Arctic air and winds moving south.

Housebuilding giant Persimmon hailed “healthy” demand from buyers as it reported a 10% surge in sales over the final six months of 2016.

A gull that fell into a vat of curry and a sheep with a traffic cone on her head are among this year’s most memorable animal rescues, according to the RSPCA.

Researchers at the John Innes Centre and the Earlham Institute have helped to identify genetic markers for disease tolerance that suggest UK ash trees may have a fighting chance against a fungal infection that has the potential to wipe out 90pc of the European ash tree population.

EDP editor-in-chief Nigel Pickover sends festive greetings as he gears up for retirement after a 44-year career on regional and national daily newspapers.

They have made the journey from London to the Monarch’s country retreat, near King’s Lynn, by helicopter after feeling under the weather with what were described as “heavy colds”.

Dereham editor ADAM LAZZARI explains why he loves the town’s green lung: Neatherd Moor...

Unfortunately not all fairy stories come true and so it was proved as King’s Lynn Town exited this season’s FA Trophy competition despite a fighting display in the North East.

Moats: these “quiet mirrors of history” are quite a feature of our eastern region. Mainly surrounding ecclesiastical or manorial buildings they can also be found enclosing farms and other buildings.

The sun was just going down as Prince Andrew was given a tour of this season’s completed projects at the Constructionarium site in Bircham Newton yesterday.

An ex-Canaries player could make an unusual career move for a footballer when he hangs up his boots.

It has been quite a year for Alex Redston and Kieran Ball, founders of Prison Voicemail.

Former Norwich City midfielder Simon Lappin has signed for York City.

Children from Greyfriars school in King’s Lynn helped launch next year’s Grand East Anglia Run 10K.

It was a celebration of 75 years of Jeep and a chance to check out the go-anywhere ability that have made its models so iconic. Motoring editor Andy Russell puts Jeep’s big-selling Renegade to a rugged, rocky, off-road test.

York City have taken former Norwich City favourite Simon Lappin on trial with a view to signing the 33-year-old on a free transfer.

A 90-year-old railway poster advertising Norfolk has sold for £1,388 at an auction in America.

If I still banged out my column on an old typewriter, I’d hate to see all the crossings out I would have made this week.

Ted MacDougall was a prolific goal machine at Norwich City. Paddy Davitt catches up with the returning Scot.

Nearly a quarter of all jobs in Norwich now rely on the city’s multimillion-pound tourism economy, which shot up by £27m last year.

Norwich’s Castle/Arcade District has been named as one of the country’s best high streets by being shortlisted in the third annual Great British High Street competition.

On grounds where a Norman knight who fought alongside William the Conqueror once roamed, school children armed with pencils and clipboards learned about one of the most famous and important battles in English history.

A Norwich man who bravely risked his own life to save his neighbour from a flat fire has won a national award.

How many of these glorious Norfolk gigs do you remember?

Train enthusiasts are being given a rare opportunity this November – to ride the rails all the way to York and back.

I have seen transport problems cited as one of the reasons people may not want to work in Norwich and Norfolk. A solution I have heard suggested is to increase the number of dual carriageways. My wife and I moved to Norfolk from Cheshire six years ago. We regularly visit family and friends in other parts of the UK and I cannot think of a single instance when we have had difficulty getting in or out of Norfolk. The problems occur well beyond the border.

A 1951 Humber Super Snipe put Adrian Cannon on the road and, with a friend’s help, taught him a valuable lesson of money-saving mechanical maintenance.

Norfolk boasts the most village signs in Britain, but have you ever wondered what stories lie behind the paintings and carvings you see?

An atrocious second half saw Lowestoft Town knocked out by lower-level opposition in the FA Cup first qualifying round.

Ben Godfrey’s brace helped clinch a 3-0 win for Norwich City’s Under-23s against FC Slovacko to finish their Austrian tour with a 100pc record.

Telecoms group TalkTalk has said its broadband customer base remains 9,000 lower despite halting the exodus from the firm following last year’s cyber attack.

This is the story of two photographs which were displayed on a pub wall in Norwich. Then they disappeared. One reappeared and the other has been lost.... or has it?

Housebuilder Persimmon moved to soothe fears over a Brexit hit as it posted robust home sales and assured there would still be “good opportunities” in Britain’s property market.

A slideshow about Hemsby during the lifetime of the Queen attracted nearly 30 people to the Barn Room last Friday. It was presented by Kenny Chaney and Andrew Fakes.

A couple who drove a lorry load of aid from Norfolk to help Christmas flood victims in York have been nominated for an award.

Princess Charlotte has made her royal debut on the Buckingham Palace balcony, rounding off the Trooping the Colour celebrations.

Sheepdog trials will return to a west Norfolk farm next weekend for the first time in three years – offering visitors the chance to watch working dogs and their handlers in action.

A clergyman who has spent much of his life in Norfolk has celebrated the diamond anniversary of his priesthood.

It was once the finest room in a magnificent stately home, an exhibit of a families history and their suffering.

Centuries ago it formed part of a route followed by the faithful in a display of religious devotion.

Norwich is the fourth most searched-for city for homes outside of London, according to research from RightMove.

Norwich has gained national recognition as the city of ale. But its crown is under threat from Sheffield, which claims it is the country’s beer capital, reports

A much-loved grandfather who enjoyed a successful career in the chemical industry has died peacefully aged 82.

No sooner had a notorious North Walsham eyesore been transformed into an attractive open space than some motorists decided to use it for free parking.

Buildings conservation students from Estonia recently visited the Great Yarmouth area to share knowledge and skills, while helping out with local conservation projects.

Princess Elizabeth’s birth was front page news in the EDP and Norwich Evening News in 1926.

In celebration of The Queen’s upcoming 90th birthday, we’ve dug out some archive videos of her visits to the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.

A farm worker whose van mysteriously burst into flames as he tried to fill it with diesel has been slapped with a ban after he was found to be over the drink-drive limit during the incident.

Not only is today April Fools Day, it’s also Poetry and Creative Mind Day. Celebrate with these great poems about Norfolk.

Norwich may be famous for its mustard, but not long ago it was also well known for its production of popular chocolate. With Easter right around the corner, here’s a look back at Norwich’s old chocolate factory – no golden ticket needed.

A 48-year-old man has been charged with drink driving after firefighters were called to a car on fire just yards from a petrol station’s pumps.

An embarrassing eyesore in North Walsham town centre which was due to be transformed by Christmas is still a mess, with Easter just around the corner.

•The Flying Scotsman is coming to Norfolk and everyone is very excited.

Thousands once flocked to Stalham to enjoy a holiday on the Broads, packing trains from the Midlands.

It’s been a long two weeks since that disappointing 2-2 against West Ham and with just 12 games to go it’s now time to start winning again.

Its glorious return to the tracks this week has prompted excitement across the country, with thousands flocking to see it steam its way from London to York.

Steam enthusiasts disrupted the inaugural run of Flying Scotsman after its decade-long, £4.2 million refit by standing on the track to take photographs.

Emergency services have been called to the scene of an explosion which has destroyed a house in Haxby near York.

As the Premier League pressure builds David Freezer assesses Norwich City’s final 13 games

Norwich City’s Under-21s were ruthlessly put to the sword by a strong Manchester United side at Old Trafford on Monday night.

An estimated 800,000 people have dropped off the electoral register since the new system of individual sign-ups was introduced, according to Labour.

Royal seal of approval

Friday, January 29, 2016

Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society has been given the Royal seal of approval.

College students moved by the flooding devastation in the north of England travelled to York to help those affected by the disaster after collecting dozens of donations from generous members of the public.

Ben Godfrey’s signing is the first step in Alex Neil’s quest to find the best young domestic talent.

Norwich City have completed the signing of York City midfielder Ben Godfrey, in a deal that could reportedly rise to £1million.

Alex Neil has played down fevered speculation Norwich City are close to sealing a deal for FC Utrecht striker Sebastien Haller.

A senior fire officer played a key role in co-ordinating the response to floods in northern England.

Jeremy Corbyn’s famously disdaining look across the despatch box has been dubbed his “geography teacher stare”.

York City manager Jackie McNamara has revealed Norwich City have had a bid turned down for the League Two club’s highly rated young midfielder Ben Godfrey.

Research by the Co-op has revealed that residents in Norwich are the least lonely in the UK.

Two years ago they were helping flood-hit communities in Norfolk recover from the record-breaking tidal surge and now the Light Dragoons, who were based in Swanton Morley for 15 years before relocating to Catterick in Yorkshire this year, have gone straight to work to support their new community by helping the victims of flooding across the north of England.

A haulage company in north Norfolk is stepping up a gear by helping out the flood victims in the North of the country.

Norfolk’s fire and rescue service is continuing to deliver aid to the vulnerable in the aftermath of serious flooding in northern England.

Norfolk’s fire and rescue service is continuing to deliver aid to the vulnerable in the aftermath of serious flooding in northern England.

Crews from Norfolk’s fire and rescue service are today on red alert in the front line of the battle against the life-threatening floods in northern England.

A Royal gift has provided the perfect pick-me-up for local drama kings and queens.

Ryan Walsh will be fully aware of the new challenge facing him when he defends his British featherweight title for the first time.

The nostalgic sights, smells and sounds of steam drew hundreds of people to Norwich station this morning to see one of the most famous locomotives in the country.

Hundreds of steam enthusiasts will be heading from Norfolk for a day out in York on Thursday morning behind one of the most famous locomotives in the country.

Cromer boxer Ryan Walsh will make the first defence of his British featherweight belt next month.

Hundreds of steam enthusiasts will be heading from Norfolk for a day out in York next month behind one of the most famous locomotives in the country.

Norwich Dragons showed no mercy on struggling visitors Tunbridge Wells, coasting home 6-2 to make it four straight Premier Division wins.

People from across the region fell silent at 11am on Monday as they stood in solidarity with those in Paris to remember the victims of Friday’s devastating terror attacks.

The Queen led the nation in honouring members of the armed forces killed in conflict as Remembrance Sunday services took place around the country.

North Walsham is set to receive a Christmas present the town first requested more than a decade ago.

Church of England bishops, including the Bishop of Norwich, have accused the Government of an “increasingly inadequate” response to the migrant crisis and called for at least 50,000 Syrian refugees to be taken in over the next five years.

More than 100 jobs have been put at risk in Norfolk after a company specialising in agricultural insurance announced a major shake-up.

It has a top speed of 15mph and can only travel between 30 and 50 miles a day.

The standard of Scottish Premiership football has surprised Norwich City’s on-loan striker Carlton Morris during his stint at Hamilton.

A British great-grandmother who died in a train crash in north India was on a “once-in-a-lifetime holiday”, her family said.

Broken, fragmented and often hidden behind buildings or foliage, the remnants of Norwich’s once vast city walls are a pale imitation of the formidable barrier they once represented.

The Queen thanked the nation for its kind messages on the day she became the longest reigning monarch in British history.

A multi-million-pound investment marks a new dawn for Norwich’s park and ride services today - but visitors have complained about the prices.

More than 150 people responded to an appeal for help to breathe new life into Norwich’s River Wensum.

Housebuilder Persimmon saw its profits jump by almost a third as the industry continues to benefit from a strong property market.

Norwich City face their second trip to Rotherham United’s New York Stadium in the space of four months after the draw for the second round of the Capital One Cup.

Peace may have broken out, but the immediate aftermath of the Second World War remained a time of rationing, uncertainty and hardship.

The major construction work under way at King’s Lynn’s Town Hall is intended to create space for a multi-million-pound exhibition called “Stories of Lynn”.

Norwich City striker Carlton Morris is the latest of the club’s young brigade to sign a new Carrow Road deal.

The July 7 London bombings ended any doubt about the dangers facing the UK. A decade on, the victims are not forgotten, reports Sam Russell

Lowestoft Town have pulled off a massive coup by beating a host of Football League clubs to the signature of Ryan Jarvis.

Joe Orton’s hilarious farce What the Butler Saw comes to the Maddermarket Theatre, plus comedy, music a family show and acclaimed cellist Richard Tunnicliffe. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

A college in west Norfolk that offers specialist training for the construction industry gained the royal seal of approval from the Duke of York, who spent about two hours looking around the site and speaking to students on a whistle-stop tour today.

Aviva could move hundreds of jobs to Norwich as part of a major shake-up sparked by its mega-merger with Friends Life, it is understood.

Leaders of a project which aims to unlock the potential of the River Wensum say people who use and love the waterway will be integral in shaping its future.

The chief executive of Aviva said the insurer’s turnaround plan was “on track and ahead of schedule” as it recorded a 14pc rise in the value of new business (VNB) for the first three months of the year.

The new Princess of Cambridge is fourth in line to the throne.

More than 100 Britons left stranded in earthquake-hit Nepal have been reunited with loved ones in emotional scenes after landing back on home soil.

The insurance industry’s biggest merger since 2000 was sealed today with the completion of Friends Life’s £5.6 billion takeover by Aviva.

Three years ago Tim Seager was a picture of health, living life to the full as he happily worked as a self-employed builder and enjoyed a loving home life with his wife Dawn.

One of the biggest insurance mergers in a decade has overcome a major hurdle after shareholders overwhelmingly backed Aviva’s proposed takeover of Friends Life.

On the day that Richard III will be interred at Leicester Cathedral, author KRISTIE DEAN explores the Norfolk locations linked with one of the most controversial monarchs in English history.

It’s an imposing reminder of a time when visitors to Great Yarmouth were far less welcome than they are today and the most impressive tower in a town wall which is only bettered by that of York. To launch four days of EDP features about the town’s history, STACIA BRIGGS visited the town’s South East Tower as it prepares for a whole new life as a holiday home.

It is an elite club that only a few hundred runners are members of in the country.

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