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Staff from John Lewis and Partners made a special delivery to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to drop off presents for the smallest patients.

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.

In his excellent fortnightly column, my colleague, David Hannant, looked into the history books trying to work out whether the omens are good for Norwich City to be promoted.

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

A woman who was beaten by an abusive former partner has revealed how the abuse began on her 18th birthday, as a domestic violence campaign begins.

Norfolk writer Kevin Crossley-Holland has conjured treasure from the stories which thread through our landscape and light-up childhood and beyond

“History from the bottom up” - this is how an archive editor at Archant has described the company’s project to digitise 150 years of its stories.

A couple of weeks back there was talk of a memorial to John Wilson, some of it from Archant, the publisher of this very paper.

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

Christmas is just around the corner and we’ve got a stack of fantastic goodies to give away in our annual Langleys Toys and Norwich Theatre Royal competition. Win the top 10 toys for 2018 and tickets to this year’s pantomime, Aladdin, and light up the faces of the little ones in your life.

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

Nearly a million older people will spend Christmas alone this year and so we’ve teamed up with Age UK to help give those feeling lonely something to look forward to over the festive period.

In Christine Webber’s newly published book, In Honour Bound, the former Anglia TV presenter and psychotherapist draws on all her experience to create a supreme love story. Lynne Mortimer talks to the author.

Opinion Theresa May’s biggest problem? Being a woman

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Liz Nice says Theresa May’s sex makes it impossible for her to win over Brexit

Outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were honoured at a glittering awards ceremony.

They’re a gang - but not in the way you might think.

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.

Over the last five decades, the riding school on Carlton Rd, Lowestoft have catered their services to people with physical and mental needs.

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.

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

Owning a Vauxhall Viva proved educational for Bob Hobbs – engine problems while on holiday in France led to a lifelong study of speaking French.

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

When it comes to digital marketing, the devil is often in the detail - so make sure you know what you are getting, says Jamie Brown of Archant’s Local Impact.

The second North Norfolk Business Awards, which celebrate the best businesses in the region, are now open for entries - and businesses are being encouraged to put themselves forward to win one of the prestigious titles.

After a summer travelling around in a Renault 4L camionnette, running market stalls in France, it transported Sylvie Wheatley to university where she experienced a scary moment with a sleepy ‘stowaway’.

Tributes have been paid to a Norwich man who turned 100 years old in August and had worked with a newspaper publisher for more than 40 years.

Desiree Bromwich-Hughes

Bob Vousden had a hairy moment after tackling the hairpin bends on a mountain road when the brakes failed in his well loaded Morris 1000.

A life-sized figure of a soldier who fell during the First World War will help teach the latest generation about remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

A glittering awards ceremony honouring “people who do extraordinary things” has been hailed as a “wonderful success.”

Guidelines shaping the future development of the Prospect House site in Norwich have been given unanimous approval.

Achieving greater gender parity in Norfolk’s boardrooms will be a key goal for the new president of the county’s biggest business organisation.

The judges for this year’s Stars of Lowestoft and Waveney awards have announced the shortlist of finalists ahead of the its annual ceremony.

The region’s smaller businesses are catching up with their larger counterparts when it comes to investment in employee training, a new survey has revealed.

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.

The results are in – is your business among the East’s best companies to work for?

It’s time to start collecting - our Books for Schools campaign begins today.

It was 12 years before Sharon Willmott was able to afford her first car, a £20 1948 Morris Minor, but she then kept ‘him’ for more than 20 years... with the help of her father.

Jamie Brown of Archant’s free Digital Decoded workshops explains how customer habits are changing – and businesses must keep up to survive.

Acclaimed shoe designer Milly J has reopened her unique shop in a new city location.

Roger Norvill found life with his 1931 Austin 7 could be an uphill struggle but playing hide and seek after fellow Servicemen’s good-humoured antics were all part of the fun.

One of Norfolk’s biggest ever murder cases will be re-examined in a new podcast this autumn.

Has your school signed up to win its share of £20,000 worth of books with our exciting new Books for Schools campaign?

Potential participants in a charity sleep out in Norwich which raises awareness of homelessness have been hearing more about the feat.

Graham Coe’s first car was a Ford Prefect 107E and he aimed to keep it as immaculate as the previous owner had done with plenty of polish and a plastic cover to protect it.

Norwich’s top independent department store is opening for a great customer event - and you’re invited!

Duncan Bradford’s first car was a 1953 Ford Prefect 100E, his second – a Reliant Fox – was his first, and only, new car and he’still driving it.

He is well known and much loved for being one of Norwich City’s most exciting ever talents but Canaries legend Darren Eadie has done the unthinkable - by pulling on an Ipswich badge.

You’re spoilt for choice this September with hundreds of free events and activities taking place across the county.

Pony Club members tell us why they love the Netflix coming-of-age drama

Is it on-the-move Chris Evans? Or Sara Cox? Or maybe that bloke from Kiss? Do let us know who puts a spring in your step

Some of Norfolk’s most exciting stories - fact and fiction - are being retold for children

John Telford and his identical twin shared a Ford Popular but sometimes it ended in double trouble as he recalls here.

Eileen Kittell has fond memories of fun and laughter travelling with friends in her 1933 Austin 7, including cooking for 200 boys on a summer camp while she was on half-pay as a school cook.

What began as an understandable parental warning has developed into a unique online platform scheduled to launch next month. Thanks in part to the Eastern Daily Press.

Take a walk on the weird side, discover more about Norfolk’s rich folklore, hear ghost stories and legends, make a lucky charm to ward off bad dreams and celebrate the county’s oddities during this year’s Heritage Open Days, which has chosen Weird Norfolk for one of its main themes.

The deadline to nominate unsung heroes from across Waveney for a community award which recognises their valiant efforts has been extended.

Ron French passed his driving test first time after just 10 lessons and says it might have helped that, being a keen cyclist, he had good road sense.

A passenger on a Norwich Airport flight to Turkey that was diverted to Brussels has described the “scary” experience after it reportedly hit a bird.

Graham Godbold had a few dramas in his hand-painted purple Ford Zodiac but the scariest was when his wife nearly fell out on a roundabout.

Two of the four hidden GoGoHares rocks have been found in Norfolk this morning, as trail fans headed out early to find the treasures.

How do you build loyalty in your customers, and keep them coming back to you, asks Jamie Brown of Archant’s Local Impact programme.

Cathie Edmunds grew up with cars and learned to drive in her 1935 Morris 8, called Taffy. More than half a century later, she still wonders what became of it.

To celebrate the pitter patter of tiny flippers, Banham Zoo would like readers of the Eastern Daily Press to help choose a name for its new sea lion pup.

Jamie Brown of Archant’s Local Impact programme examines how you can make your business stand out from the crowd.

Ronald Wood’s first set of four wheels was a Ford Squire van, followed by a Mini Traveller. They put him on the road to a car-buying bug which sees him buying a different model almost every year.

Ray Rose’s Standard 8 van was the business for transporting logs for sale but ended up on its roof on a nasty S bend.

What exactly is kombucha anyway?

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis met Louise Avery of new business, LA Brewery.

Jamie Brown of Archant’s Local Impact explains why search engine optimisation could be the tool you didn’t know you needed.

A group of young Norwich jobseekers learned about the world of newspaper publishing during a visit to an employer in the city.

Philip Fowles was given a beautiful 1950 Triumph Renown saloon when his father had to give up driving... on condition he ‘chauffeured’ him around. What a great deal!

Listen to the latest edition of the PinkUn Norwich City Podcast – World Cup Special – as we re-live the joy and relief of England’s memorable shootout victory over Colombia and discuss the latest Canaries issues.

John Pollak tells of his motoring pleasure, and scrapes, in Samantha, a 1948 Vauxhall Wyvern, and how she helped King Harold on a college rag week stunt.

Homes, offices and shops are mooted for the site of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News’s Prospect House headquarters if it is demolished, according to a blueprint for future development.

Firms from across the county heard about the transformative impact of the Norfolk Business Awards at a reception hosted by Archant.

Alan Eggleton tells of his 1935 BSA three-wheeler – great fun to drive, with some real character, and a slap-happy tail in crosswinds.

Leadership at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital came in for criticism from inspectors at the Care Quality Commission.

Trevor Lightening kept his 1958 Vauxhall Cresta PA running smoothly, albeit rather smokily, with the help of shots of Redex.

Tens of thousands of people have enjoyed the Great Yarmouth Air Show and our photographer has been out capturing the crowds.

Saturday is the day Great Yarmouth is put firmly on the aviation map.

Jamie Brown of Archant Local Impact explains how you can access help to make your business stand out online.

With just days to go before planes from all eras roar over the coast here’s a quick rundown of what to expect and how to make the best of your visit.

Patricia Abbott explains why her Fiat 127 hatchback, a temperamental starter on cool mornings, had so many dents on the roof over the driver’s door.

The programmes for the Haven Great Yarmouth Air Show brochures are now out and can be picked up for just £5 from the EDP office at Prospect House in Norwich and the Great Yarmouth Mercury and Lowestoft Journal EDP offices.

We have a pair of weekend tickets to give away for the classic rock festival featuring The Cult, Mott The Hoople, Blackberry Smoke, Steel Panther, The Cadillac Three and more.

Peter Elphick’s first car, a 1934 Austin 7 Ruby, was 25 years old when he bought it but his first new car was a Morris Traveller.

Football and cricket were his two great sporting passions and songs representing both were played at a service of celebration for the life of John Cushion.

We have a pair of weekend tickets with three-nights camping to give away for the festival at Donington Park, headlined by Ozzy Osbourne, Avenged Sevenfold and Guns N’ Roses.

Details have been released for the funeral of a former news and sports reporter from Fakenham.

Jamie Brown, head of knowledge and development at Archant, introduces Local Impact.

The end of the road for Charles Drake’s 1947 Standard 10 Tourer was something of a moving experience on a foggy, frosty morning.

The team at Archant’s Information Services department took on a skydive to raise money for their charity of the year.

Norfolk author Henry Sutton is about to publish the second in his acclaimed ‘Yarmouth Noir’ crime thrillers. Daniel Bardsley caught up with him.

Tony Hewlett had some explaining to do when his 1962 Ford Popular was used by criminals and he did not know it was missing. But it didn’t fare so well as a tow car.

Pedal power will be used to raise money for a charity which supports children and adults with disabilities and complex health needs.

Peter Lane bought a year-old Ford 100E van in 1961 and he and a school friend enjoyed some memorable, and eventful, camping trips in Scoland with it.

A Norfolk technology company specialist has given its backing to a major campaign to restore the Norwich Castle Keep to its former glory.

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