More than 2,000 people have participated in a conversation about adult mental health services in Norfolk and Waveney

A giant elf is set to make mischief in a Great Yarmouth shopping centre.

Police have issued a warning following an increase in the last two weeks of cold calling rogue traders in the Broadland area.

Marks & Spencer has been criticised for a “grotesque” and “vomit-inducing” Christmas window display advertising women’s “fancy little knickers” alongside men’s suits.

Being diagnosed with diabetes would be a shock most of us would struggle to come to terms with. But for one Norfolk primary school pupil it has been the spur to help others with the condition.

A Norwich MP who pretended to shoot himself in the mouth during a House of Commons debate has prompted a mixed reaction from our readers.

American Football used cheerleaders, cricket turned to T20, and football had the short-lived Golden Goal.

Police have issued a warning to householders following reports of scam calls and emails in the area.

The Elf on the Shelf is taking a break from his surveillance role keeping an eye on the behaviour of children to make mischief in a Great Yarmouth shopping centre.

Police have warned motorists not to “get caught out” after two vehicles were seized on successive days for not having any insurance.

An East Anglian children’s charity is set to host a sell-out cross country event for another year.

This is the dramatic moment a driver narrowly avoided a nasty crash on the A47 in Lowestoft.

Norwich City correspondent Michael Bailey answers your questions in our latest online debate.

A safety notice has been issued after life saving rings were thrown over a barrier near Asda in Lowestoft.

Norfolk’s main roads are slowly clogging up as a record number of vehicles take to the streets.

Firefighters and the Coastguard were called to a boat fire in the Broads.

Updated Costa opens new shop in North Walsham

Saturday, November 17, 2018

A north Norfolk town became the county’s latest location for a Costa Coffee shop today.

A fleeting visit to John Wilson’s tackle shop began a 40-year friendship for Nick Beardmore with “the greatest fisherman in the world.”

Remember, remember the beginning of November…it was the month, back in 1995, when Norfolk’s skies were lit up by close encounters of the third kind.

TV naturalist Chris Packham has called on energy bosses to “work harder” to avoid building a massive substation in a “beautiful” Suffolk habitat.

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.

‘It’s just lucky no-one was hurt’ - that is the message after a bus shelter close to a pub in Caister was flattened by a lorry that had been turning around.

DJ duo Chase & Status are set to see in the new year in style at a special event in the city.

Thousands of pupils across the country attended school in non-uniform to raise money for Children in Need on Friday.

Police are urging communities to secure their homes and vehicles and to be vigilant this autumn.

A man who fought testicular cancer has walked a gruelling 60km with a ball and chain to demonstrate the mental strain of fighting the illness.

He was a founding member of Sea Palling lifeboat service, headteacher of Stalham Primary School for 26 years as well as a loving husband, father and grandfather.

It is that time of year again when people come into Sportlink or send me private messages and emails asking me what is the secret to training for a marathon.

The sister of murder victim Hannah Witheridge has described as an “absolute atrocity” the actions of a tormenter troll who set up a “dark and unusual” fake profile in her name.

Crime prevention events and police street meets will take place across Waveney next week.

Have your cake and eat it at home as you can now get afternoon tea delivered in Norfolk and you don’t even need to do the washing up.

Dashcam footage has captured the moment a sportscar weaves in and out of traffic in Lowestoft.

A graphic design student is searching for women to share their experiences of trying to conceive.

As support continues to gather for Iceland stores’ banned Christmas ad, Lynne Mortimer looks at how it measures up to other banned and complained-about TV commercials over the years

Police in Norwich are asking people what issues they would like officers to focus on in the west of the city.

A 41ft boat was stolen from moorings in Norfolk and found more than 12 miles away in Suffolk, police have confirmed after appealing for witnesses.

Witnesses are being sought after a teenage girl was punched in the face by a man.

It’s Norfolk’s own Diagon Alley, a hidden street completely hidden from the Muggle world, a secret deep below a bustling Norwich street accessed not through The Leaky Cauldron, but rather through the headquarters of a charity which encourages people to be kind.

A Norwich tattooist is using his artistic talents to help fund a young musician’s life-saving cancer treatment.

As diesel car registrations drop, more and more motorists are becoming aware of the benefits of hybrid cars and how easy they are to drive. Toyota’s pioneering role in hybrid technology means nearly half its total sales now combine petrol and electric power, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

A mid Norfolk history group have produced a painstakingly researched book on how the lives of their village’s residents were affected by the war that was meant to end all wars.

Touching tributes have been paid to a man who was killed in a crash in Great Yarmouth with one friend describing him as “the most caring and loyal friend you could ever ask for”.

Vandals broke into a pensioner’s shed, stole a bucket of paint and threw it over his bungalow while he babysat his granddaughters nearby.

A personalised Santa experience has proved so popular organisers have had to create an ‘express’ visit in a second grotto to ensure young visitors are not disappointed.

A dog sitting company is celebrating the role that canines played in World War One this Remembrance Day.

People living in part of Norwich have been urged to take to social media to vote for what the police’s crime fighting priority should be.

Witnesses are being sought after two bikes were stolen from outside a home in Carlton Colville.

Get 10pc off all ice rink tickets if you book before November 8.

A woman in Norfolk has called for a ban on balloon releases after finding her calf choking on one.

A Norfolk castle, the She-Wolf of France, a murder and bloodcurdling shrieks which have heard for centuries – the spine-tingling story of Queen Isabella’s haunting of Castle Rising has been passed down through generations.

Dramatic photographs of a popular adventure fort being burned down have sparked outrage on social media.

Plans to improve road safety by removing slow-moving vehicles from fastest routes sparked a surge in conversation from our readers.

Due to huge popular demand, after his first tour-de-force, smash hit, sell out tour, ‘My Life Story’; Suggs is treading the boards again with a brand new show.

Witnesses are being sought after a vehicle parked in a south Lowestoft street was damaged.

Norwich’s vibrant music community came together on Tuesday night to discuss how to rejuvenate the scene for the future.

A popular cafe has changed hands after almost five years.

He has been the most loyal of friends, accompanying his epileptic owner on charity walks and helping to raise money for good causes.

This Budget was set to be the most difficult any chancellor has had to deliver in living memory.

Two friends who run shops opposite each other in St Benedicts Street have teamed up to bring “something different” to the city.

Suffolk Constabulary are calling on witnesses to come forward after a man was caught spitting on a dead man’s shrine.

Police are gearing up for two demonstrations in Norwich on the same day - one protesting about mass immigration and a counter rally showing migrants and refugees are welcome.

Early bird tickets for next summer’s Classic Ibiza show at Blickling Hall Eastate have already gone on sale.

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.

Tory MPs are looking to chancellor Philip Hammond to raise party morale as he delivers what’s expected to be his final budget before the UK leaves the European Union (EU).

Norfolk actor Matt Long has launched a petition to see train companies give actors cheaper fares. And our readers had a lot to say about it.

A Gorleston shipwreck sparked a Coastguard call after someone thought it was a whale that had got into difficulty off the coast.

A son is appealing for help to find a metal pheasant after it was taken from his father’s grave.

Drivers face disruption until the middle of December while a housebuilder improves a key roundabout junction serving the northern villages.

A family have been left “angry and disappointed” after the eye from their ‘Mad-Eye Moody’ scarecrow was stolen.

Everyone who is anyone in Norfolk knows the legend of Black Shuck – but have you heard of the county’s other demon dog with flaming eyes which haunts Burgh Castle, and sometimes further afield into Great Yarmouth?

People have expressed their shock after footage emerged of four teenagers crossing the Bascule Bridge in Lowestoft while the barrier was down.

A roadside cafe hit by a fire which saw six crews rush to the scene on Thursday has said it will close while repairs are carried out.

Think of lifeboats, and most imagine vessels launching into choppy seas.

A police appeal has been launched after a bracelet was found in Lowestoft.

West Norfolk’s biggest free bonfire night is returning for its 10th year.

Witnesses are being sought after fences were damaged at the back of homes in Lowestoft.

Many of us are guilty of taking home a traffic cone after a night out but that wasn’t enough for one Alan Partridge superfan.

Watton youngster Mason Foster is making a name for himself in the competitive world of motorsport - at the age of just eight.

There have been 15 crashes resulting in an injury on the Broadland Northway since it opened.

It may be getting colder, but the skies are certainly just as pretty.

Visitors to Anglia Square may be in for a fright as the centre receives a spooky transformation in honour of fright season.

A driving instructor is to provide free training for people on how to navigate the NDR’s roundabouts after witnessing so many near-misses.

Norfolk’s newest Costa Coffee branch is on track to open one day next month - but you could get to take a couple of friends there a day earlier than that.

A project designed to combat unemployment has successfully helped 12 people to find work.

Works to resurface Norwich Road in Dereham have now started, with the road set to be closed for a total of four days between 9:30am and 4pm.

It was an idea aimed at giving a voice to the community and celebrating everything positive about one of the country’s most beautiful seaside towns.

Organisers behind a much anticipated scare attraction have vowed to infuse even more excitement, terror and thrills, after its launch was met with mixed reaction.

Police have launched an investigation after a man was filmed spitting on a dead man’s shrine.

Police have issued appeals to trace the owners of a bracelet and a large bunch of keys, which were both found in Lowestoft.

The annual Poppy Appeal starts next Saturday and volunteers will again be on the streets of Cromer over the next fortnight selling poppies to members of the public.

He was born 75 years ago in New York City, he grew up to become the leader of the of the biggest acts of the swinging 60s, but there was a time when he lived in a house overlooking the common in a peaceful Norfolk village. Derek James reports.

The most remarkable facet of Norwich City’s Championship surge is the self-belief.

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.

Tributes have been paid to a “kind, sweet and funny” young woman who was killed in a serious road accident earlier this week.

What started out as an idea between friends has now grown into a radio station with more than 10,000 listeners.

Norwich return to London 2NE action after a week off with what is likely to be their toughest game so far, away at leaders Woodford.

What jobs will be gone in 20 years time? Lynne Mortimer looks at the most vulnerable.

Parents have accused a school of being “extreme” after a uniform supplier was called in to check girls’ skirt lengths.

Ahead of tomorrow’s landmark of 25 years since Norwich City’s famous victory in Bayern Munich, Canaries fans have been sharing their memories of that great night.

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