A mystery which has left drivers scratching their heads has been solved.
Popular Pakefield fundraiser Zoiyar Cole has been kept busy with her latest special challenge.
Two pet tortoises have gone missing from the back garden of a home in Carlton Colville on separate days.
Having been an EDP columnist for over a year I must admit I didn’t expect my next one to be about dancing.
Hundreds of dictionaries have been delivered to 21 primary schools in the Lowestoft area – thanks to the three town-based Rotary clubs.
Southwold youngsters received medals and certificates for completing this year’s summer reading challenge.
Throughout the 2015/16 season, Lowestoft Town will come face to face with a number of established teams including Stockport County, Boston United and FC United of Manchester.
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Little Acle United will pit their wits against Luton Town as part of an awesome foursome looking to secure Women’s FA Cup victories.
Lowestoft Town need to get back to basics as they look to arrest a run which has seen them win just one game in their last 11.
Gorleston boss Ricci Butler believes the pressures of modern life is making it even harder to manage a non-league side.
Norwich City’s excellent start to the new season continued on Saturday when they recorded a third straight win.
Norwich City Ladies came out on top in a tough derby game against Norwich Dragons II to maintain their 100pc start in Division 1N.
With a global audience of millions and an East Anglian crown to retain, Strictly Come Dancing is back on the dance floor once again.
For many, those familiar calls of: “Oh no he didn’t” and: “He’s behind you” are as much a part of Christmas as carol singers and turkey dinners.
Each piece captures history from around the world form an exhibition at King’s Lynn Arts Centre.
Here’s a quick guide to events taking place in Norwich tonight.
London musicians the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will be performing at the medieval church in Trunch on Saturday at 7.30pm.
A horror comedy which won a top award at the Edinburgh Festival fringe is being staged at Sheringham.
Carry on screaming with 1970s detective werewolf mystery He Had Hairy Hands, plus Lesley Garrett, an improvised musical and a celebration of Mozart wind pieces. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.
GAVIN CANEY helps shine the spotlight on one of our area’s most media savvy clubs, Bungay Town, as they – and many of their rivals – prepare to enjoy Non-League Day.
Boss Stewart Larter will not turn his back on the youngsters who have done depleted Wroxham proud in recent weeks.
Dereham will be aiming to get back to winning ways when they entertain Cheshunt, writes Rene Kendal.
In the latest of our updates from Young Norfolk Sports Academy athletes, swimmer Nathan Wells provides an update on his progress – including three national gold medals
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