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Rookie reporter turns amateur sleuth after hold-up

A suspected robber was photographed by a journalist from the Norwich Evening News as he left the scene of an armed hold-up at a fast food restaurant. Quick-witted trainee Pete Walsh, who is studying at Hastings, is more used to

Xtreme fun – thanks to the News

A popular local skate park has been saved thanks to a campaign by the Norwich Evening News. The Xtreme Fun Park, which attracts up to 2,000 young skaters a week, was threatened with closure due to high financial demands. Now,

Putting communities first

A move back into branch offices is paying dividends for Norfolk Publishing as reporters, receptionists and advertising staff are now at the heart of the communities they serve. A new office in Diss, where reporters from the Diss Mercury are

Evening News hoping to be changing rooms

The Norwich Evening News is calling on its readers to help revamp a room at a centre for young people with special needs. The newspaper has teamed up with staff from the Hamlet Centre to launch an appeal to raise

Readers Shop A Pusher

Drug-related calls to Crimestoppers in Norfolk have more than trebled since the Evening News launched its Shop A Pusher campaign. Readers of the Norwich Evening News, keen to see streets free from the menace of drug dealers, have swamped call

Norwich to keep its conker trees

The Norwich Evening News has been victorious in its campaign against proposals to cut down 17 conker trees in the city. The paper’s Save the Trees campaign was backed by media from across the country, who gathered to hear an

Home Office backs Evening News bogus caller fight

The Home Office has backed a high profile campaign against bogus callers, set up by the Norwich Evening News. John Denham MP, who has special responsibility for crime, has sent a letter praising the paper’s work after reading articles from

Drugs father backs campaign

The father of drugs victim Leah Betts is lending his support to a Norfolk newspaper’s anti-drugs campaign. Paul Betts is getting involved with the Norwich Evening News’ Shop A Pusher campaign in order to prevent young people from being killed.

Evening News leads bid to 'bin the blades'

The Norwich Evening News is joining forces with the police to launch a knife amnesty in a bid to halt the rise in attacks on the streets. Knife owners in the area will be given the chance to Bin their

Archant sees profits fall

Pre-tax profits down almost 20% as advertising slows

Profits fall at Archant

Newspaper and printing arm of publishing group sees 19.9 per cent drop in profits

Evening News triumphs at EDF Energy Media Awards

The Cambridge Evening News has won the title of Daily Newspaper of the Year at the EDF Energy East of England Media Awards today. The title also won the award for Community Campaign of the Year, for its work on

Pictures and the judges’ verdict on the EDF Energy East of England Awards

More than 180 journalists gathered to find out who had been named the winner in 19 categories for the second EDF Energy Media Awards for the East of England, held in association with HoldtheFrontPage. The awards were presented by Essex