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Free Tony Martin exclusives show 'Mirror didn't have to pay'

The Eastern Daily Press has run its second exclusive interview with Tony Martin, the farmer jailed for killing a burglar at his home. Neither was paid for by the newspaper – with editor Peter Franzen meeting strict guidelines on payments

Press watchdog chairman on fact-finding mission to Archant HQ

Editors and executives from the Archant publishing group met Press Complaints Commission chairman Sir Christopher Meyer when he visited the company’s Norwich headquarters on a fact-finding mission. Sir Christopher spoke to editors about various ethical aspects of theCommission’s code of

Breast cancer appeal fund hits £200,000 target

A Breast Cancer Appeal launched by the Eastern Daily Press has hit its £200,000 target in under a year. Generous donations included an anonymous £50,000 cheque, which propelled takings forward and contributed to an early start on the unit. EDP

Norwich press steps up cancer appeal

Two Norwich newspapers have achieved remarkable success in their campaign to combat the pains of breast cancer. The Eastern Daily Press said their breast cancer appeal has crossed the £40,000 mark – more than a fifth of the way towards

"Dogged persistence" pays off in We Care victory

The Eastern Daily Press can finally make a bid for lottery funding for its We Care appeal after a long-running battle for a change in the law ended in victory. For the past two-and-a-half years a team of Norfolk lords,

Editor picks up his OBE for the Palace

Eastern Daily Press editor Peter Franzen has collected his OBE from Buckingham Palace. The 57-year-old received the honour for services to journalism after working for Archant for more than 30 years. He attended the ceremony with his wife Kate and

EDP honoured for war zone charity work

The Eastern Daily Press has received a major international award for helping thousands of tragic children and refugees in some of the world’s most horrific war zones. The award was picked up by the paper’s deputy editor James Ruddy, who