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Battle of Britain parade and flypast after the service at Norwich Cathedral. Photo: Steve Adams

Battle of Britain commemorated at Norwich Cathedral service

It was ‘their finest hour’ and the bravery of those who took part in the Battle of Britain in 1940 was commemorated in a poignant service at Norwich Cathedral.

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Norwich City midfielder Jonny Howson with children at Hethersett Old Hall School fete.

Norwich City star donates shirts to Hethersett school’s delayed fete

A school showed how perseverance will get you there in the end after putting on its annual fete four months later than planned.

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Richard Leeds, operations manager at Cromer lifeboat, reading his EDP in the RNLI lifeboat shed.

Over to you - show us where you like to read your EDP

Every day the EDP strives to be at the heart of life in the region.

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The average house across the region is now worth £15,000 more than a year ago. Photo: Rebekah Downes/PA Wire

Norfolk’s property values on the rise as prices return to pre-slump levels

The average house in King’s Lynn is worth £10,000 more than a year ago, as prices across the region return to pre-slump levels.

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The renovation and conversion work on Westlegate Tower in Norwich nears completion.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Norwich’s Westlegate Tower is finally freed from scaffolding

What was described as Norwich’s worst eye sore has finally been revealed in all its glory as the scaffolding on Westlegate Tower is finally taken down.

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Advertising for gambling is seemingly everywhere these days  including on football shirts worn by players, such as Matthew Etherington who has fought his own battle with a gambling problem.

Are television betting adverts to blame for causing more gambling problems?

With two Norfolk men jailed recently following crimes created by gambling problems, has the time come to pull the plug on TV adverts?

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Edinburgh Fringe award winner Bridget Christie. Photo: Steve Ullathorne

Review: Bridget Christie

So this could be awkward: Bridget Christie is a woman and a feminist. We know this because she tells us, repeatedly. I’m a male journalist - and a target for a reasonable chunk of her material.

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The colour of time.

25 must see treats at Out There Festival

Out There Festival assembles a zany, worldwide cast of international streets artists, circus performers and assorted strange happenings in Great Yarmouth.

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is coming to Norwich Theatre Royal in October 2014.
Pictured is a children’s choir on stage in the current production with Danielle Hope (winner of TV’s Over The Rainbow) who plays The Narrator. Photo: Darren Bell Photography.

Youth choir seeks new members to perform in musical at Norwich Theatre Royal

A Norfolk youth choir is looking for new members who could have the opportunity to perform in a hit musical at Norwich Theatre Royal.

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Six September comedy events in Norfolk that will keep a smile on your face

The end of summer need not be a source of gloom. This week has plenty of comedy nights. Simon Parkin picks some to keep a smile on your face,

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Fred Beckett painting which he gave to raise money for Harford Manor school. From left: John Allen, Toby Vernon, Ben Vernon, Henry Vernon, Debbie Vernon, Paul Eteson and Tim Vernon.

Norwich school celebrates £12,500 boost from champion fundraisers

A Norwich school is celebrating a £12,500 boost thanks to champion fundraising efforts co-ordinated by the grandfather of two pupils at the school.

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Rose Tremain. Photo: David Kirkham

Norfolk novelist shortlisted for national short story award

A Norfolk-based author has been named in the shortlist of one of the most prestigious prizes for British short fiction.

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The future's bright, the future's orange is a saying that some feel doesn't apply to Diss right now after their torrid start to the season. Picture: Mick Howes

Thurlow Nunn League round-up: Out-of-sorts Diss Town suffer a heavy loss at home

Diss Town’s start to the season went from bad to worse as they suffered an embarrassing 7-0 defeat at home to Godmanchester in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

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Wroxham versus Waltham Abbey at Trafford Park. Photo: Steve Adams

Wroxham 0, Waltham Abbey 3 - Visitors get caught short but still leave with Ryman League points

Wroxham succumbed to their first home defeat of the season in Division One North of the Ryman League on Saturday as a resurgent Waltham Abbey claimed all three points at Trafford Park.

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Cameron Jerome is denied a winning goal by Birmingham goalkeeper Darren Randolph at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Cameron Jerome ensures the smiles don’t depart Norwich City fans with Birmingham’s Carrow Road visit

Arguably the reaction of Carrow Road said a lot on Saturday – because if they had wanted to get on their side’s back, they could have done. The reasons were there.

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Cameron Jerome is applauded by Norwich City boss Neil Adams after scoring his side's equaliser against Birmingham at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Championship video report: Norwich City 2, Birmingham 2 – including reaction from Neil Adams and Lee Clark

Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City have to settle for a second successive draw at home, this time against Championship strugglers Birmingham.

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Norwich City's Bradley Johnson celebrates Cameron Jerome's leveller in a 2-2 Championship draw against Birmingham. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Neil Adams - Norwich City go to the well again to peg back Birmingham

Neil Adams admitted Norwich City must not rely on their powers of recovery after overhauling another two goal deficit to earn a Championship point against Birmingham City at Carrow Road.

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The future's bright, the future's orange is a saying that some feel doesn't apply to Diss right now after their torrid start to the season. Picture: Mick Howes

Thurlow Nunn League round-up: Out-of-sorts Diss Town suffer a heavy loss at home

Diss Town’s start to the season went from bad to worse as they suffered an embarrassing 7-0 defeat at home to Godmanchester in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

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The Magpies were not singing from the same hymn sheet on Saturday. Picture: IAN BURT

Harlow Town 6, Dereham Town 3 - Magpies rally but go down to a heavy defeat

Dereham Town’s seven-match unbeaten run came to an abrupt end at Harlow.

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Wroxham versus Waltham Abbey at Trafford Park. Photo: Steve Adams

Wroxham 0, Waltham Abbey 3 - Visitors get caught short but still leave with Ryman League points

Wroxham succumbed to their first home defeat of the season in Division One North of the Ryman League on Saturday as a resurgent Waltham Abbey claimed all three points at Trafford Park.

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