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More people have been affected by Cyclone Idai than the entire population of Norfolk. The majority of these have been children.

As part of a Nostalgic East series running in the Eastern Daily Press, REBECCA MACNAUGHTON looks back at days gone by in the north Norfolk town of Aylsham.

The search is on for the cohort of Future50 businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk.

A huge donation will be used to build facilities at a new children's hospice.

A schools community in north Norfolk is devising a plan of action to help disadvantaged children following revelations of the extent of pupil poverty in the county.

Drivers travelling on one of Norfolk's most notorious stretches of road have been disrupted by more than two days worth of closures since 2016, new figures reveal.

The last time Jeanette Kempton was seen alive, she was staggering down a London street holding a funeral wreath. Her body was found 16 days later in a north Suffolk ditch. Why has this case gone unsolved for 30 years?

Norfolk is brimming with history going back hundreds of years, with extraordinary finds still being made preceding the Anglo-Saxon era.

The winners of the Archant Win Cash competitions that have been running in our daily and weekly publications have been announced.

Punk princess Toyah and music legend Georgie Fame are among the first highlights announced for the Holt Festival 2019.

A photographer whose stunning drone image of Norfolk's oldest church tower ended up going viral after appearing on this website has turned his attention to this month's wacky weather - producing a 'transition' video showing two aerial views of the village taken exactly a year apart.

The founder of Radio Broadland has shared the story behind the station, as its current owners Heart announced the closure of its breakfast show.

Award-winning singer-songwriter Lisa Redford has released her latest single which is the first taste of her upcoming EP.

A series of free seminars aiming to empower businesses to take control of customer experiences is set to take place across Norfolk and Suffolk.

A bland hospital corridor has been transformed with a display of vivid colourful images and montages in a project hoping to spark memories for patients living with dementia.

From royalty to national treasures and well known local personalities, the inaugural Norfolk Day received the backing of dozens of famous faces.

A winter appeal aimed at helping vulnerable people is making headway in easing the plight of the homeless and those living with learning disabilities.

As part of a new project, we're looking for your views and opinions on life in towns around Norfolk and Suffolk, and this is your chance to get involved.

Businesses in Norfolk and Suffolk looking to gain greater insight into physical and digital marketing are being offered a free information session, courtesy of Archant.

A fourth and final wellbeing night organised by a Norfolk chef who has suffered with mental ill health will leave a message of not suffering in silence.

Buy your tickets to Classic Ibiza at the Blickling Estate before February 28 and be in with a chance to win a dream holiday.

Following the success of our Sports Equipment and Books For Schools campaigns in 2018 we are delighted to announce a new partnership with CreativeHUT that will allow us to provide LEGO Education resources to schools across the county.

Organisers of the third annual series of summer concerts planned for a north Norfolk estate say ticket sales already up "fourfold" on last year.

Tampa is a US city packed with culture and restaurants which make it a food-lovers' dream, as our sports reporter David Freezer discovered when he visited Florida with Norwich City...

As temperatures plummet to as low as -7C, funds raised through Norfolk Community Foundation's Surviving Winter appeal is critical to the health and wellbeing of our county's most vulnerable people - especially those sleeping rough on the streets.

The frosty weather did not deter dozens of people who took part in the first ever ParkPedal event in Norwich.

The installation of speed cameras on the road where the Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a crash was put on hold - against the wishes of Norfolk's chief constable - because county councillors raised concerns.

Ahead of the most depressing day of the year, Blue Monday, organisations are keeping wellbeing at the front of their minds.

Editor David Powles spends a day in the life of a Norwich homeless charity to look at the work they do, cover the stories of some of the people they help and to find out about the current situation in the city.

Norwich's most famous family took a break from wrestling to tackle questions from the press ahead of the film release.

People trying to cut back on sugar this January will still be able to enjoy a sweet treat with their copy of the Eastern Daily Press this weekend.

Hundreds of people have signed up for the first ever cycling ParkPedal in Norwich, which is believed to be the first of its kind in the UK.

Hopes have been raised that an historic Norwich home, which council officers blocked from being knocked down, could get a new lease of life through a 'Grand Designs' type makeover.

Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News editor David Powles spends a day with Norwich homeless charity St Martin's Housing Trust.

A Norfolk sportsman and father who lived in the same village all his life has died aged 89.

Caroline Culot joins the business team this week in a new business and property role.

A couple of ounces of butter, eight ounces of sugar and four ounces of bacon, it doesn't seem like much, but for thousands of Britains 69 years ago today, suddenly it was all they had to last the week.

Norfolk legend Keith Skipper on the battle between the sexes

From an adult-only pantomime to a classic car show, there are plenty of events taking place to help beat the post-Christmas blues.

After weeks of thrills, slips and magical moments, time is running out to making the most of the Eastern Daily Press and Evening News Ice Rink.

Week two of skating is in full swing at the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News ice rink.

You've eaten enough food to go into hibernation and your brain hurts from playing so much Scrabble, so it is time to leave the house and head to one of these exciting events.

With the Norwich Ice Rink now open, would you like to know more about the facts and figures behind the scenes?

Here are some of the best pictures from Norwich Ice Rink this week.

The Eastern Daily Press has appointed a new business editor.

We've all heard of ghosts that rattle chains - but ghosts that rattle bedsteads in terrace houses in King's Lynn? No wonder crowds flocked in their hundreds to see what the spectre would do next.

From a pop-up ice rink to vegan Christmas fair, festivities are in full swing across Norfolk with plenty of events taking place across the county this week.

A winter campaign aimed at keeping the elderly and vulnerable warm and cared for has surpassed it's £10,000 milestone in public donations alone.

A former book publisher is turning to the public for help to track down four missing illustrations from a book celebrating the Norfolk dialect.

A selection of the region's most selfless and committed individuals gathered on Wednesday evening at The Halls in Norwich for the EDP Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards 2018.

A Norfolk chef who has struggled with mental ill health is set to hold his second monthly social event surrounding mental health and wellbeing.

As Theresa May battles to get the country onside with her Brexit deal, EDP readers had the chance to put their questions to the prime minister.

With Christmas fast approaching, why not get festive while raising funds for Norwich Evening News' Christmas charity, the Hamlet?

The annual Festival of Light in Reepham ended in chaos after two horses pulling Santa's sleigh became spooked and bolted, throwing him and two other people from the back.

Do you know a young person who goes above and beyond to make a difference in your community? Then nominate them for a Norfolk Youth Award to celebrate their achievements.

The region's most hard working, caring, and talented individuals were celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony this evening.

Christmas is a time of giving and receiving presents.

Art Fair East returns to St Andrew's Hall this weekend with work from over 200 artists at the three-day event.

Swing by the Forum this Tuesday to chat with members of the team behind the project making the rich local history contained in this newspaper's archives accessible online and via voice search.

The Gentleman Motorcyclist blog is a collection of ramblings from the perspective of a wealthy male stuck somewhere between 1920 and 1950, trying to fit in with and make sense of the modern world - and failing miserably due to having different old fashioned ethics. Here's what he had to say about Norwich's Northern Distributor Road.

A company that focuses on the communities where it operates is backing good causes and the local heroes who stand up for others.

It looked like any other council house in the row, a sturdily-built home, close to local amenities and perfect for a growing family - particularly one with an attendant poltergeist.

Amid the frenzy of shopping, wrapping, decorating, cooking, writing cards and generally Christmasifying anything and everything, spare a thought for the hungry, lonely, poorly and even the furry in Norfolk this Christmas. Here are some ideas to get you started.

Volunteers picked up almost 10,000 items and filled 63 bin bags on the beaches of Norfolk and Waveney over a mass four-day clean up.

This newspaper and Bullards are offering four lucky people the chance to spend an exclusive day behind the scenes at Norwich City Football Club's training ground.

Art Fair East returns to St Andrews Hall this week and will feature work from over 200 artists from Norfolk to Dubai.

Within a week of launching, the Surviving Winter campaign, which aims to help those who suffer the most during the colder months, has reached a third of its fundraising target.

'Nature champion' Jules Pretty takes the crown and there's an honour for the founder of Norfolk Children's Book Centre

The outstanding talent from Norfolk's deep and diverse business community was put firmly centre-stage at the county's premier awards ceremony.

More than 500 of the biggest and brightest names in the Norfolk business world will be stepping out for the Norfolk Business Awards this evening.

The Eastern Daily Press is encouraging readers to save money and shop local with our Norfolk Christmas offers

Norfolk's schools are pulling up their socks in the quest for improvement, according to new figures from the education watchdog.

The countdown to Christmas has begun and all our readers are invited to our special carol service to get into the festive spirit.

The killing of Watton teenager Johanna Young at Christmas 1992 became Norfolk's biggest ever murder inquiry. But 26 years later the case remains unsolved. This is what our new podcast found out.

More than 200 children went missing from council-run children's homes in Norfolk in the last academic year.

After going behind the scenes at two of Tampa Bay's top sports franchises, Norwich City director Stephan Phillips gave a rare interview to David Freezer about the Canaries' time in Florida - and the season so far.

Southampton are considering making a move for Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber, according to a national newspaper report.

Great Yarmouth's beach has won a competition to receive a 'big beach clean up' on Tuesday.

Art fans will be spoilt for choice at the upcoming Art Fair East which features over 200 artists from all across the UK and beyond.

And as our Books For Schools campaign enters its second month, we have been on a mission to crown the region's favourite children's book.

Following the announcement on Friday of Sir Ian McKellan's 80th birthday tour in 2019, we can exclusively reveal he is doing an extra Norwich show to a specially invited audience.

Norfolk celebrated peace a century ago with flags, parades, bells and even impromptu flypasts and a commandeered fire engine.

Explore almost 150 years of our region's history by volunteering in a fascinating new project to digitise this newspaper's archive.

This Christmas a network of local businesses plans to overturn the familiar definition of the term 'stone-faced', with festive expressions and jolly faces instead illuminating the walls of Norwich Castle.

It used to be a once-a-year-day, or a special treat for weekend workers.

They left their jobs, families and homes behind to go and fight on the battlefields of the First World War, but sadly none of them returned home.

A First World War commemorative figure beheaded by vandals has been replaced, thanks to the generosity of a Great Yarmouth company who stepped in to help after reading about the incident in the Eastern Daily Press.

A well-loved former staff member at the The Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News has died.

As the Rt Revd Graham James heads for retirement later this month, Keith Skipper reflects on his time with the church.

All will be revealed − and you can be there!

Taverham Mill is well worth a visit whether you are an angler or not.

How does a killer escape justice for decades? Why does the death of a schoolgirl go unsolved even when police believe they know who did it?

A decision over the future of the site of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News's Prospect House is due to be made by city councillors next week.

Chancellor Philip Hammond will present his final pre-Brexit Budget today - and the Eastern Daily Press will bring you the latest on what it means for people and businesses in East Anglia.

A question mark hangs over whether a major Norfolk road will get a share of a war chest to improve the nation's highways.

Norwich Ice Rink is coming back - and will be bigger and better than ever before!

On October 29 1938, King George VI and the Queen Mother came to open one of Norwich's grandest landmarks.

Norfolk's cultural champions were celebrated in style on Friday night at a glittering ceremony at Norwich Cathedral.

At the tail-end of the 1800s, a series of strange goings-on haunted Bumbler's Farm in Shelfanger: doors opened and closed of their own accord, a towel roller in the kitchen spun violently as if powered by an unseen hand, ornaments in the parlour crashed to the ground and the ghostly figure of a woman was seen.

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