A new era for your Evening News
Your Evening News is changing the time it prints every day but, rest assured, will still be filled with the most comprehensive news and analysis of what's going on in Norwich.
The changes start in the week beginning February 28, when the Evening News will be printed at about midnight every day.
There are a number of reasons why we are making the change.
One is because the way you demand news has changed with the introduction of the internet and 24-hour news channels on TV and radio.
Long gone are the days when the first way to find out about breaking news was when the Evening News rolled off the presses. For the past decade the majority of the newspaper has been written the day before publication anyway, so our website at www.eveningnews24.co.uk is the place to go for breaking news, with the newspaper being a more comprehensive roundup of local news not offered anywhere else.
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Another reason is that the economy is still suffering and we need to save money to ensure our frontline journalism is maintained for readers. Printing earlier helps us do that.
Ultimately, what is in the Evening News will not change.
- 1 Alan Carr enjoys 'delicious food' and leaves large tip at city restaurant
- 2 'Disaster from start to finish': Parents slam school for failing kids
- 3 See how Norwich Castle's keep is being transformed
- 4 'I don't feel safe' - Boss' fears just one month into shop job
- 5 Tributes paid to 'amazing' Norwich shop worker
- 6 Schoolchildren still without playing field after TWO YEARS
- 7 All the fish and chip shops in Norwich with 5-star hygiene ratings
- 8 Family piano shop founded in 1887 is leaving the city
- 9 What might happen to former Debenhams store in city centre?
- 10 'They don't add up' - Mixed reaction to city development plans
The newspaper, along with our website and its sister website pinkun.com, will still be the biggest and best source of Norwich news, information and sport. And we want the paper to get even better – full of community news reflecting what people in the city are doing.
Evening News editor Tim Williams will be out and about explaining the changes next week, so feel free to drop into one of the sessions below to hear what he has to say and ask questions and tell us what you'd like to see in your Evening News.
He will be in Hellesdon Community Centre, in Middletons Lane, from 4pm to 6pm on Tuesday, February 22, in Frere Road Community Centre in Frere Road, Heartsease from 5pm to 7pm on Wednesday, February 23, and in The Costessey Centre in Longwater Lane from 4pm to 6pm on Friday, February 25.
Please come along, we'd like to hear from as many readers as possible as we continue to serve Norwich.