A man who was caught dealing class A drugs on the streets of Norwich has been jailed.

Two former military men from Norfolk are heading to London to run the marathon for an Armed Forces charity.

The final words of a teenager who took his own life have been inscribed on a memorial bench placed in his memory.

Norfolk youngster Freddie Steward has made a surprise first appearance for Leicester Tigers in the Gallagher Premiership – at the age of just 18.

A drink-driver had been trying to escape his girlfriend after an argument, a court has heard.

This is the moment a man who threatened to take his partner’s jaw off was arrested after he flipped his van in a field following a dramatic high-speed chase.

A “vulnerable” man with pneumonia died after taking morphine, an inquest has heard.

Two long away trips to the north-west which produced three points and put the Canaries back on top of the Championship, two points in front of Leeds... all in all not a bad four days’ work away from Norfolk for the lads.

Speed on a section of the A140 is set to be reduced to 30mph when work begins in earnest on a £4.4m roundabout to replace a crossroads that is a notorious crash blackspot.

A cat was left with an infected wound with flies laying eggs in it after its owner ignored its injuries, a court heard.

A teenager who had been watching online videos promoting suicide by walking into water subsequently took his own life by entering a river and drowning.

A group of young people from the Diocese of East Anglia travelled across the globe to join Pope Francis and up to 600,000 other pilgrims at a vigil and Mass in Panama.

Norwich has been named as the UK’s first sharing city, joining the likes of New York, Barcelona, Athens and Dallas - with an ethos that people and businesses in the city can benefit from helping each other.

A motorist accused of failing to provide a specimen for analysis after being stopped by police has “needle phobia” a court has heard.

He was the man who brought back the good times for the grandfathers of Norfolk rock ‘n’ roll and their fans....and raised more than £120,000 to help charities and good causes across the region.

More than 25 crashes on a notoriously dangerous stretch of road resulted in injuries or deaths last year, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.

New initiatives aimed at improving the standards of junior golf in the county - and encouraging more youngsters to play - have been introduced by the Norfolk CGU.

A man who was caught urinating outside a takeaway by a police officer has avoided punishment at court.

Former Norwich City footballer James Maddison has shared a photo of “little angel” Sophie Taylor in a touching tribute on social media.

A Hollywood actor has given his support to a Norfolk boy battling cancer.

The death of a woman in Great Yarmouth has been linked to injuries she sustained in a road accident nine years ago.

The cast of this year’s pantomime in Diss, Dick Whittington, have said how excited they are for the show’s opening on Wednesday.

Norwich scored a late penalty to claim a dramatic win on a day when the weather had a huge affect on the game.

A special red dress and a celebration with family and friends are at the heart of a 100-year-old’s birthday plans in north Norfolk.

A couple who saw years of family photos go up in flames after a fire claimed a large part of their house said their “Christmas is gone”.

Police are appealing for help to trace the family of a man who died at his home last month.

A popular restaurant chain has become the first in the UK to ban mobile phones at its family tables.

Can Norwich City make it seven Championship wins on the spin? Get in the mood for tonight’s game at Hull (7.45pm kick-off) with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.

A community has rallied round a family after their baby was diagnosed with a brain tumour.

A Norfolk Youth for Christ worker has taken up a new role in the Identity Youth Project in Gorleston.

A 28-year-old man has been charged with burglary following a bank break-in earlier this week.

Patients in Norwich are being encouraged to take part in one of the growing number of parkrun events in the county as part of a drive to get them fighting fit instead of fighting illness.

From the odd layout of Norwich to his sympathy for one of Norfolk’s most famous rebels, fans of the best-selling author CJ Sansom have enjoyed a rare opportunity to hear the author talk about his latest novel.

Two members of a gang who were behind more than 200 break-ins across the region, including 96 in Norfolk, had only just been released from prison after being jailed for a series of ram raids across the county, it can be revealed.

An organised crime gang carried out more than 200 burglaries costing victims more than £2m in an 11-month crime spree.

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

Norwich has been named one of the top 20 best cities to work in the UK, according to research looking at everything from job satisfaction to pay.

A bid has been lodged to turn an empty unit in Norwich city centre into a tattoo studio.

A survivor of meningitis raised £2,640 to help fight the disease.

One of two men who hid multi tools and lock knives in their rucksacks and later breached their bail conditions has been jailed for eight weeks.

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

A drug dealer from London who acted as a driver bringing heroin and cocaine to Norwich was arrested after he supplied an undercover police officer during a city-wide blitz on drugs dealing.

A Norfolk victim of the contaminated blood scandal will give evidence tomorrow into the inquiry into the treatment of thousands of people in the 1970s and 1980s.

It’s been a busy week in the business world, so we’ve rounded up some of our biggest and most interesting stories that may have gone under the radar - and you can test your knowledge of both national and East Anglian stories in this week’s Biz Quiz.

A jury has today heard a dramatic 999 recording of a father telling how there was a “seriously injured or even dead” woman in his son’s flat.

Critically acclaimed rapper and singer Stefflon Don is coming to Norwich on her biggest ever UK headline tour.

The Eastern Daily Press has appointed Eleanor Pringle as business writer.

A “young man of promise” is today behind bars after being caught supplying cocaine to an undercover police officer during a Norwich-wide blitz on drug dealing.

When Georgia Millan invited a Hollywood dancer to her family dance school in Norwich, she wasn’t expecting a response.

The highlight of carnival week is finally here.

A man is to appear in court on Wednesday charged in relation to the discovery of 300 cannabis plants in a Great Yarmouth warehouse.

A Norfolk man has lost 10 inches from his waistline after joining his local slimming group.

A new memorial was unveiled and dedicated at a north Norfolk village.

Predicting the outcomes of football matches is a precarious business – as difficult as trying to work out where your team will finish in eight months time.

Scores of churches have been protected against the threat of roof raiders a year after the launch of a new campaign backed by the Eastern Daily Press.

A 26 year-old man charged with an attempted robbery appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court.

A remembrance garden will be created around a new war memorial at a north Norfolk village.

Four Staffordshire pottery mementoes of one of Norfolk’s most notorious Victorian murderers are to go under the hammer.

A man will be sentenced next week after admitting theft and robbery offences.

Instead of being hunched over paper on desks high school students have unleashed their creativity on to big, bold canvases.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals who were jailed in Norfolk courts in June.

Family and friends gathered for a special celebration in honour of Evelyn Carter’s 100th birthday.

A Norwich couple who met at a bus stop in 1957 are today celebrating their 60th diamond wedding anniversary.

Stephanie and Patrick Barnes recently got married in Malta and put an unusual twist on their first dance.

People living in a small north Norfolk village are fundraising for a new war memorial.

The family of a former maintenance worker from Norwich who died of asbestos-related cancer earlier this year have launched an appeal for answers over his illness.

Hundreds of people gathered at a church to celebrate the completion of a £250,000 Heritage Lottery Fund building repair project.

Butchery wins big at the Meat Management Industry Awards.

They have been married longer than many of us have been alive.

The friends of a “beautiful, smart, caring” woman from Norwich who died days after moving to Manchester to start a new life are fundraising to bring her home to be laid to rest beside her parents.

She looks like an ordinary three-year-old, but Chloe Donlevy has a one-in-a-million form of cancer.

An inquest has opened into the death of a retired wholesaler who was found unresponsive in bed.

Tributes have been paid after a former Lord Mayor of Norwich, who served as a city councillor for 25 years, died at the age of 98.

One of Norfolk’s most wanted men has been detained by police in connection with county lines drug dealing.

A group that funds a voluntary lifeboat in north Norfolk had to postpone buying new equipment because its secretary stole almost £4,000, a court heard.

The region’s mental health trust has insisted it repeatedly reported murderer Alex Palmer to police and other organisations before he killed dog walker Peter Wrighton.

A heartbroken daughter has told of how the grief of losing her mother had been brought back as she realised she may have been caught up in the breast cancer screening scandal.

Two financial advisors who defrauded hundreds of investors were “inexperienced” and had a “false belief” in their abilities, a court has heard.

Two financial advisors who admitted to defrauding millions from their clients are due to be sentenced this week.

Some of the UK’s top young choristers treated passers-by to a special pop-up performance in Norwich city centre.

An inquest has opened into the death of a cyclist who was involved in a crash on Aylsham Road.

After months of anticipation, a first look at the upcoming movie Fighting With My Family about a wrestler from Norfolk has been revealed.

The memory of a generous and popular man was saluted at a meeting of the Norwich Traffic Club which raised £1,000 for the Big C Charity in honour of Terry Long.

This summer’s Norfolk 20/20 competition at Horsford will be contested by the same six teams as last year – but there will be one subtle difference.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals who were jailed in Norfolk courts in March.

A care home on the edge of Norwich has been named one of the best in the region thanks to reviews from residents and their families.

Norwich City has some of the most loyal football fans in the land, but there is one who is a much-loved living legend and is celebrating 70 years cheering on the Canaries. Derek James pays tribute to Roy Blower.

One of Norfolk’s leading disability empowerment charities is celebrating the successes of a dedicated fundraiser.

It’s World Down Syndrome Day on Wednesday, March 21, and families in Norfolk are raising awareness of the joys and challenges of bringing up a child with an extra chromosome and extra needs.

When Arlene and Garry Todd opened their pension statement in 2015 they thought there was a typo.

Ideas and suggestions for ways in which county residents and businesses plan to celebrate Norfolk Day have been as varied as they have been exciting.

Daniel Farke is a big fan of ‘gentleman’ Mick McCarthy – but that will not stop him looking to send his rival packing in what could be the Ipswich manager’s final derby duel.

A Norwich man has been charged after a woman in her 90s was robbed close to the city centre.

A lack of checks on patients tranquillised while under the care of the region’s mental health trust has been branded as “appalling”.

Best known as a comedian Jim Moir – aka Vic Reeves – is also an artist and he will show his surreal, amusing, bizarre works, and often with a sinister edge, alongside those of his friend, Norwich artist Colin Self.

It is a problem you would expect in the crowded streets of London but a Norfolk market town has become embroiled in a battle against dangerously high pollution levels. If it is not solved residents, particularly children and the elderly, could face serious health risks. STEVE SHAW reports...

Norwich City midfielder Adam Phillips is hoping to get his first taste of Football League action this weekend.

Norwich joined several other cities around the country in lighting up a significant building to mark 250 years since the birth of circus.

A Great Yarmouth mum has spoken of her terror after a rock was thrown at her family’s car while driving near Dereham.

A man has been charged in connection with a bank burglary in which almost £1,000 was stolen.

A Norwich GP was behind one of the more unusual festive sights in the city on Christmas Eve.

A drink driver who ploughed through the garden of a family home and flipped his car on its side was spotted trying to stand up in the vehicle by a passer by, a court heard.

Actor and writer Stephen Fry, who has connections to Norwich, has been named as the first guest for the University of East Anglia’s Literary Festival Spring 2018.

A woman who was the victim of a horror crash which put her in hospital over Christmas has been reunited with the air ambulance crew who saved her life.

Cutting subsidies to Norfolk bus routes, which could lead to services being axed, would be “a catastrophe”, according to campaigners for older people.

Norwich has been named one of the top property hot spots of the year.

Years of work to prevent people in Norfolk being isolated could be undone if half a million pounds is cut from subsidies for bus routes, one of the region’s major operators has warned.

James How and Tim Dowden of Langley School Kayaking Academy became National Schools Kayak Sprint and Marathon champions for the second year in a row as six Norwich Canoe Club schools crews dominated at the U19 National Schools Championships in Wokingham.

A stroke survivor from Norwich has joined the Stroke Association’s Lost for Words campaign.

A drug addict, who was taken to court for begging when he asked a Police Community Support Officer for money, died of a heroin overdose, an inquest has heard.

Two fundraisers who have raised thousands of pounds for the Norfolk Renal Fund have been honoured for their efforts over the years.

Just weeks after an EDP investigation highlighting the lack of mobile internet coverage in Norfolk a county-wide map is set to be created.

English Folk/Americana singer and songwriter John Smith is coming to Norwich on his headline European tour.

The family of a man who died under the care of the region’s mental health trust say they are devastated failings in the way he was cared for appear to have continued since his death.

Proposals to create a definitive map of Norfolk’s mobile coverage which would be used to press for improvements in the county’s ‘not-spots’ will be discussed next week.

A man who installed an iron gate which fell on a grandmother and crushed her to death has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.

Grab your leg warmers and get ready to get into the groove.

An ex-policeman turned conman has failed in a bid to overturn his convictions for cheating a former business partner out of £140,000.

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is looking for volunteers in Norfolk for a study into how best to support new mothers in giving up smoking long-term.

The number of rough sleepers in Norfolk and Waveney has increased by 100pc in the past five years, new figures show.

An economics student who abandoned her cat in a cage for nearly a month while visiting China could be disqualified from keeping animals.

Cohesion replaced carnage as the prevailing driving force of Norwich City’s impressively-assured Championship win over Birmingham City.

Here is our monthly look back at some of the criminals jailed in Norfolk courts in August.

Norwich Airport has been ranked the third best small airport in the country for customer happiness.

Former My Chemical Romance guitarist Frank Iero is heading to Norwich with his new band.

Officer Cadet Harrison Jefferies, a 23-year-old from Norwich, has joined the ranks of the British Army’s next generation of leaders, after passing out in a prestigious graduation ceremony at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

People are being asked to help give an “incredible” send off to one of the last survivors of the notorious Burma Railway.

Norwich has been named as the Greatest Sporting City in East Anglia as Ipswich falls to second bottom in the country.

An inquest has opened and adjourned into the death of a former removal firm worker.

There are not enough swimming teachers - That is the message from the Swimming Teachers Association East Anglia (STA) as they trained future swimming tutors at Thorpe St Andrew High School.

League Two side Cambridge United provided Norwich City with a thorough test in a 120-minute friendly split into two matches, but there were injury worries over Timm Klose and Alex Pritchard for the Canaries.

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A woman who sent indecent pictures of herself to a pupil and encouraged him to do the same has been handed a four-month suspended sentence.

A couple who were held at knifepoint inside their home by an armed gang are living in fear that whoever tipped off the robbers is still out there, a court heard.

Poignant photos will be revealing the hidden lives of unpaid carers in Norfolk at a free exhibition.

Hundreds of motorcyclists will be revving their engines down the A47 to show their commitment in the fight against cancer.

Wes Hoolahan has the green light to focus on Austria and fire the Republic of Ireland a step closer the World Cup finals.

A woman who was found dead in front of her TV by her son died from unknown causes, an inquest heard.

A pair of teenage sweethearts who met in front of the silver screen are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary tomorrow.

Two companies have gone on trial today charged with safety offences after four Suffolk men were crushed to death six years ago.

They came from the other side of the world to fight during the First World War, enduring terrible conditions far away from home.

The organisation behind the Royal Norfolk Show says poor weather, a rise in non-paying school visitors and a national downward attendance trend all contributed to a financial loss for last year.

It was hailed as a “momentous day” for an east coast village.

Singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner has announced he will be coming to Norwich on his latest tour.

A family has described the “seven year period of spiralling decline” a man suffered before sustaining fatal injuries while under the care of the region’s mental health trust.

Norwich City have given supporters an insight into life behind the scenes for Canaries players at the club’s Colney Training Centre.

Norwich has been named as one of the slowest cities for motorists in the country, with traffic only reaching an average driving speed of just over 16mph.

Jeremy Corbyn did not give the impression of being a man under pressure.

Avid fans of YouTuber Oli White anxiously waited outside Waterstones in Norwich on Tuesday to meet the star.

A man who suffered fatal injuries while under the care of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust had run out of medication to treat his schizophrenia, an inquest has heard.

While pensions may be a priority for those who have already embarked on a career, today’s teenagers have no shortage of other things to worry about.

Question: Jimmy Jewell was appointed Norwich manager in January 1939. What part did he play in the 1938 FA Cup Final?

A Beccles writer who was left with a severe brain injury after being involved in a near-fatal accident as has been honoured with a national royal award.

A major dualling project on the A47 past King’s Lynn is on a wish list which will form the basis of the region’s next roads cash plea to the government

Looking for a new job? Here’s a quick guide to some of the highest paid job opportunities currently being listed on Jobs24 in Norfolk.

Tributes and donations have continued to flood in after a popular Norwich DJ and gay pride advocate died earlier this month.

A hole was punched into the side of a 15th-century building when a Norwich drink-driver more than four times the alcohol limit ploughed into it.

Two guide dogs have been named after a college that has raised thousands of pounds for the Guide Dogs for The Blind charity.

The Church of England has been accused of proposing a “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” plan for gay clergy.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ victory against Paul Lambert’s side.

Norwich has been named as the second most friendly city in the country in a survey conducted by the Co-op.

Norwich has been named among the five places predicted to grow the fastest growing in the UK in 2017.

A Norwich man wept in the dock as he was sentenced to six years in prison after admitting a string of sex offences against young boys.

A former police officer began a four-and-a-half-year prison sentence on Tuesday after carrying out a series of frauds across Norfolk’s building trade totalling £1m.

A police officer-turned-conman found guilty of a £1 million fraud is due to be sentenced on Tuesday afternoon.

A kind-spirited Caister couple have continued their Christmas tradition of collecting toys for children.

A 33-year-old man has been jailed for 16 weeks after pleading guilty to setting up an online false dating profile of a woman and a posting an intimate photograph of her to the web.

A cleaner who had previously worked in schools was handed a one-year jail sentence - suspended for two years - after he admitted making indecent pseudo-photographs of a children.

A caring father and keen athlete who died unexpectedly will be remembered by members of a Parkrun community he helped establish.

The region’s children’s hospice charity has launched a film to show how much it needs a hydrotherapy pool which can help seriously ill youngsters.

Far-right writer and Holocaust denier David Irving has blamed a mix-up for including Norwich on his speaking tour of Britain.

Norwich City football player, Tim Klose, made a splash at UEA Sportspark last week as he joined a woman from Norwich on her Channel Challenge.

A woman charged in connection with a hit-and-run incident in North Walsham appeared in court today (Thursday).

A study co-led by Norwich scientists has found people with genes for high educational achievement tend to marry, and have children with, people with similar DNA.

A bike-mad grandmother had a fitting send off as a horde of bikes flanked her funeral procession.

Air ambulance crews in East Anglia were flying high this week after being confirmed as being among the best in the country.

Ian Holloway savoured every second of his revenge mission against Norwich City as his latest QPR reign got off to a winning start.

A man accused of a string of historical sexual offences against 11 victims, had been investigated before, a court has heard.

A 70-year-old man has gone on trial accused of a string of historical sexual offences between 1973 and 1995.

Scores of motorcyclists are expected to turn out for the funeral of a bike-mad grandmother.

The winner of the Great British Menu 2015 has returned to the college where he learnt his trade to pass on his skills to the next generation of prospective chefs.

Champagne flutes at the ready as Cupcakes & Bubbles prepares to open a cafe bar and gift shop in Norwich city centre.

A man from Bowthorpe, Norwich, has been jailed for two-and-a-half years, for sending indecent images of himself to young girls he was chatting to online.

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald announced last night that they will be coming to Carrow Road in 2017 for the final date of their hotly-anticipated Wonderland Tour.

An anonymous donor has pledged a huge £1,000 to help the family of one in a million baby Victoria Komada have life-changing surgery to her legs.

The widow of a Pizza Hut delivery driver killed in a botched robbery of three pizzas screamed “you’re evil” as the man who punched her husband gave evidence.

An Ipswich man has been jailed for 10 months after attempting to throw a rucksack filled with mobile phones and other banned items into Norwich Prison.

Patrols are to be stepped up in part of the city following a rise in reports of sex workers operating in the area.

Norfolk Constabulary’s diversity manager will stand trial next year after he denied fraud offences.

Norfolk Constabulary’s head of diversity will appear in court tomorrow after being charged with fraud offences.

A 22-year-old man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the manslaughter of a father-of-two from Great Yarmouth

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According to a new study by uSwitch, Norfolk is the seventh best place to raise a family in the UK, with Hertfordshire being ranked the overall best. Here’s a look at some of the reasons why Norfolk may have landed among the top ten.

I couldn’t agree more with Bill Kite’s accurate assessment of the decline of Norwich in his letter (EN August 19).

There is no doubt that the canaries are expected to fly straight back up through the cage of the championship and into free air of the Premier League.

Two Norfolk-based financial advisers charged with offences of fraud appeared at Norwich Crown Court.

Norwich City new boy James Maddison is making the right first impression on Alex Neil.

A man was stopped by police and reported to the Civil Aviation Authority for flying a drone in the vicinity of HMP Norwich prison during an operation targeting visitors bringing illicit items into the prison.

Alex Tettey’s indestructible streak will be vital this season, suggests chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt in the latest part of a summer series.

As soon as Norwich City’s relegation was confirmed, there was something set to happen that was as inevitable as the Canaries featuring in the Championship fixture list – Nathan Redmond’s departure.

Chief Norwich City writer Paddy Davitt cautions Ivo Pinto faces another crash course in English football, in the latest part of a summer series.

Chief Norwich City writer Paddy Davitt focuses on the club’s next generation, in the latest part of a summer series.

Ryan Bennett has often been the support act at Carrow Road, but chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt insists, in the latest part of a summer series, it is now time to move centre stage.

Life at Norwich City is never dull for Seb Bassong, but chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt assesses the merits of a possible divorce, in the latest part of a summer series

Scottish international Steven Whittaker has to make the most of his reprieve argues chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt, in the latest part of a summer series.

Chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt gives his verdict on Cameron Jerome’s new City contract, in the latest part of a summer series.

Chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt assesses whether Russell Martin can win over his detractors, in the latest part of a summer series.

With house prices rocketing each year, buying a home is a challenge at best and a distant dream at worst, especially for those wanting to live in larger towns and cities. Here’s a look at some of the more affordable houses currently on the market on in Norfolk.

A 48 year-old man who repeatedly raped a young girl has been given a 14-year prison sentence.

Norwich Philharmonic Society celebrated its 175th season in truly spectacular style on Saturday with a performance of Mahler’s 8th symphony, the Symphony of a Thousand, so called because of its colossal forces; multiple choirs, eight solo singers and a huge orchestra. Maybe not a thousand performers, but a capacity audience of almost twice that amount in the vast arena of the Norwich Showground: surely a mark of how much the city values its vibrant musical culture and its heritage.

Dereham Town have lifted the Norfolk Senior Cup trophy for the fourth time in their history following a 2-0 win over Norwich United in the final at Carrow Road.

The death of a young motorcyclist on the A47 near Dereham has prompted fresh talks on how safety can be improved on the road.

Two people arrested in connection with the death of a girl at Harlow Town Park in March have had their bail extended.

A woman jailed after persuading a man to sexually assault an unconscious female has had her sentence shortened.

A community united in a vigil on Saturday night to pay tribute to “beautiful, confident”, Summer Grant from Hellesdon who died in an Easter tragedy.

John Hare and Robin Watson give top-notch performances as a barn-storming veteran Shakespearean actor and his dresser who has the tricky job of getting him ready to go on stage for his umpteenth appearance of King Lear in a provincial theatre during an air-raid.

Fashion Jam is a challenge that began at The Forum with heaps of donated clothing and rags and ended at Norwich Castle with imaginative clothing collections.

Lorraine White, who was born in 1955, said: “A good deal of my work is manual and I am now starting to struggle and feel it will be impossible to carry on another six years. I’m not sure what the alternative will be.

They only get to celebrate their birthday every four years and are part of an exclusive club with just under five million members around the world.

A man who wrestled an armed raider to the floor during a hold-up in a convenience store has been selected to lead out the Canaries at Carrow Road tomorrow night.

Steve Hobley spent many hours maintaining his late father’s Ford Anglia for happy family outings.

A businessman accused of being part of a fraud which conned victims out of more than £9m has told a court that he never sanctioned mis-selling to customers.

A 21-year-old man has been charged with murder in connection with an incident in Great Yarmouth in November.

A school in north Norfolk has been part of an annual campaign this week which aims to get students thinking about the working world.

A carer who was walking along the A47 died from severe head injuries after being hit by a lorry, an inquest heard.

A Norwich company has admitted three offences in relation to the death of a woman who was crushed by an automated electric gate.

Drama, comedy, musical and kids’ shows, this spring offers something for everyone on the region’s stages. SIMON PARKIN picks 25 not to miss.

James Hubbard’s stunning fall from grace continued in Wigan as he failed to win his prized tour card back.

As our Community Chest boxes continue to fly out of our offices across the region, reporter JEMMA WALKER answers some of the most-asked questions about the scheme.

New technology rolled out across the region’s mental health trust will bring long-term advantages according to managers, despite staff experiencing software problems.

Some top comedians are coming to our region in January. Here’s ten of the best who’ll help you laugh away the January blues.

From the colourful clan of GoGoDragons! to the Big Weekend of music at Earlham Park - Norwich enjoyed an eclectic mix of cultural delights in 2015. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at some of the highlights.

Hundreds of people flocked into Norwich city centre this morning for the Boxing Day sales, with some eager bargain hunters having queued from the early hours.

A man has appeared in court charged with murder following the death of a man at a block of flats in Norwich.

One year ago Alex Neil was playing in a 1-0 win for Hamilton Academical over Ross County in the Scottish Premier League.

Business leaders have welcomed news that mobile phone provider Vodafone is rolling-out its 4G network in King’s Lynn.

Hearts were warmed on the cold ice, as one brave man risked a frost-bitten knee to pop the big question to his unsuspecting partner.

A chef who has dedicated more than two decades of his life to cooking Bangladeshi and Indian food has received a prestigious award for his skills in the kitchen.

A woman who was jailed for life 
after being convicted of sexual 
abuse of the “worst kind” against children is set to appeal both her conviction and sentence, it has emerged.

Alex Neil’s policy shift had the desired effect for Norwich City prior to the international break.

A 50-year-old man has been charged with a number of sexual offences against four women.

A motorist is struggling to remember where he parked his car before a night out – two weeks ago.

A 16-year-old boy from Norwich, arrested in connection with the investigation into alleged data theft from phone and broadband provider TalkTalk, has been bailed.

A police investigation into the deaths of two men at a Hellesdon industrial unit is ongoing, an inquest heard today.

Norwich has been named as the fourth most dangerous place to drink in the UK.

A woman who was struck by a train on the line near Norwich died by suicide, an inquest has heard.

The landscape and architecture of the Norfolk Broads has emerged as the inspiration behind the design of an award-winning building in central Europe. Mark Nicholls reports

The success of an experiment to cut anti-social behaviour in the heart of the city by closing roads at weekends means the initiative could be made permanent.

A teenager from Norwich, arrested in connection with drug offences, burglary and theft of a motor vehicle, has been released on bail.

Norfolk celebrity Myleene Klass returned to her home county to launch her latest range of children’s clothes at a new shop – and became a tour guide for the day to show off the delights of Norwich to her friends from London.

A group of Norfolk students have seized a unique opportunity to tell a government minister how their school’s efforts to promote democracy could be used as an example to others.

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

A 52-year-old man wanted on recall to prison after breaching the terms of his license has been arrested.

Thirty six people from the east of England have travelled to Switzerland to end their life, the EDP today reveals.

Detectives have charged a 25-year-old man with attempted rape following an alleged attack on a woman at the weekend.

The Coroner’s Office is appealing for help to trace the next of kin of three people who have died in the past week.

Tributes have been paid to a lifelong gardening enthusiast who inspired others with his passion for plants.

Norwich City wideman Nathan Redmond played for 61 minutes as England Under-21s beat USA Under-23s 1-0 in a friendly at Deepdale last night.

A woman who devoted four decades of her life to helping children from a Norwich school cross the road safely, has died at the age of 90.

Detectives have charged a 69-year-old man with a series of sex offences which allegedly took place in the 70s, 80s and 90s.

Visitors to this year’s summer Cromer Pier Show will be able to enjoy a musician of many talents in action.

A man from Woodton, near Bungay, wanted in connection with a series of offences in south Norfolk and Norwich has been charged.

He left the military more than 40 years ago, following two decades in the army.

The struggle to find NHS dental treatment in the region has today been laid bare, after an investigation found around half of our practices are not able to offer an appointment.

If the object of the exercise was for Brentford to offer nuisance value prior to Crystal Palace’s Premier League visit then the Bees fulfilled their brief at Carrow Road.

A man has appeared in court charged with a series of drug offences.

Robbie Brady’s £7m move from Hull to Norwich City is close to completion, with the Tigers in final negotiations with the Canaries, the Hull Daily Mail reported today.

This weekend sees the seventh annual Norwich Pride. Each year, thus far, the event, which celebrates the city’s LGBT community, seems to grow in scale.

The two workers killed in the explosion at a Norwich industrial unit died from the effects of fire and fumes, the coroner for Norfolk has said.

While most artists strive to exhibit their art in expensive galleries, art student Devin Smith turned to the streets of Norwich for her inspiration and display space.

A Norwich businesswoman who once ran several bars and restaurants in the city has been found not guilty of defrauding HM Revenue and Customs.

Benefactors and staff from the

Norfolk Community Foundation gathered to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

An 89-year-old Suffolk man’s daughter has appeared in court charged with his murder.

A 50-year-old woman will appear at Norwich Magistrates’ Court this morning charged with arson.

Another batch of town and village signs from the 1960s and 70s is unveiled today, featuring newly carved signs and those that had been freshly restored. Many of the signs shown here are from West Norfolk and were paid for by community fundraising, in which local Women’s Institutes played a key role.

It wasn’t just fans in the city watching the playoff final between Norwich City and Middlesborough.

A 29 year-old man who acted as a courier to bring heroin from London with a street value of more than £10,000 to sell on the streets of Norwich has been jailed for 28 months.

Poet and performer Luke Wright returns with his latest hilarious show as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, plus Noël Coward, folk award winners, concert and exhibition, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this weekend.

An improved school reception area has been launched with the blessing of a bishop and some maypole dancing.

This early show of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival saw established writer Sarah Waters and relative newcomer Sarah Perry exploring the idea of the Gothic imagination.

East Anglia is preparing to welcome a new princess to the region with open arms.

Immigration – it’s a topic which divides dinnertime conversation and political debate. ROSA MCMAHON reports how it affects this region.

Police have arrested a 43-year-old man who was wanted in connection with nine crimes, including burglary, theft and robbery in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.

Norfolk is today mourning a farmer, nobleman and conservationist who turned his stately home into a national treasure.

The village north-west of Norwich has been named as one of the most desirable places to live in England.

The mother of a terminally ill child has said thanks a million to her nephew who has collected bottle tops for the hospice which cares for her son.

When the wind is in the east, the fish bite least.

A new lifesaving helicopter which would have room for the parent of an injured child will come to Norwich, the Chancellor will announce today when he is expected to hand £1.7m of banking fines to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

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