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Ian Clarke

And so there’s just one more day left in the term.

It’s been a long time since the final three games of a season have meant so little to Norwich fans.

I often get accused of being an overly positive City fan.

About 40 Christians gathered on Dereham’s Neatherd Moor for the Easter Sunday dawn service.

A Norwich church has installed a life-sized tomb as part of its Easter garden.

Right, hands up if you would have stayed at home in the warm on Saturday if you hadn’t got a season ticket or not bought your seat for the game a while back.

At the start of its 70th year, huge credit must go to Dereham Theatre Company for taking on the challenging Passionate Woman for its spring play.

When probably the worst pitch invasion of all time is one of the big talking points of the game, you know it wasn’t 90 minutes to savour.

Well it’s not been a bad week for Canary fans then....

Firefighters have tackled a fire in a lorry under the A47 flyover at Harford Bridges on the edge of Norwich.

A woman is in custody after police found 30 cannabis plants in a garage.

Four people have been arrested following trouble near the King’s Lynn’s Mart.

Henry Bolton has been ousted as Ukip leader after party members backed a motion of no confidence in him.

So are you a heart or head kind of football fan?

Opinion: We need action not words over A47 work

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Another week and another tragedy on the A47.

The trial of two teenagers accused of offences including kidnap and robbery is due to take place in April.

A thoroughly impressive away win at one of the Championship promotion chasers which triggered optimism that a play-off spot may still be possible.

You’d better watch out (especially if you’re a Norwich player in the opposition’s box from a set piece). You’d better not cry (not easy if you’re a City fan at the moment). You’d better not stand (yes I know I’ve changed the words - but don’t stand in Barclay Block A).

Who has a spring in their step and can’t wait for Saturday’s game then?

City super fan David “Spud” Thornhill said he was “overwhelmed” after becoming a national celebrity following his starring role as fourth official at Carrow Road yesterday.

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