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Sarah-Jane Roberts; photo by Adrian Judd

A businesswoman has appeared in court charged with failing to pay VAT, income tax and national insurance while she was the director of two companies based in Norwich.

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Norwich City’s record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel is in discussions with former club Sporting Lisbon regarding personal terms after the clubs reportedly agreed a transfer deal, according to Dutch media on Monday afternoon.

Norwich City's summer signing Youssuf Mulumbu will be part of the Canaries' squad heading to the German Alps as part of their Premier League build-up. 
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Norwich City have confirmed friendlies against Maccabi Haifa and FC Augsburg later this month as part of their Premier League build-up.

Norwich City's young keeper Remi Matthews has re-joined Burton Albion on loan. Picture: Action Images / Alex Morton

Norwich City keeper Remi Matthews has re-joined League One new boys Burton on loan until January 2.

Danny Russell (2) heads the field of the Lord Mayor's 5km City Centre Classic shortly after the start - before going on to win the race. Photo: Steve Adams

Danny Russell beat the course and conditions to win the 20th anniversary edition of City of Norwich Athletic Club’s Lord Mayor’s 5k City Centre Classic on Saturday.

Norwich City club record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel is being heavily touted with a move back to Portugal. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City could be prepared to cut their losses on club-record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel and sanction a return to Sporting Lisbon.

Norwich City defender Martin Olsson faces a battle to be fit for the Premier League kick-off after shoulder surgery. 
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Norwich City have insisted Martin Olsson is not poised to miss the opening two months of the Premier League season after undergoing successful shoulder surgery.



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Royal Norfolk Show at Anmer, Sandringham. Pictured: King and Queen with Lord Cranworth Red Polls. Date: 1950. Picture: EDP Library

In late June 1950 the Royal Norfolk Show was held for the first time in its history at Anmer Park on the King’s estate. The King, Queen and Princess Margaret motored the three miles from Sandringham to spend the best part of both days at the showground. The King went on to win several first prizes for his Red Poll cattle, and the fine “Royal” weather was enjoyed by record-breaking crowds.


Pom Pom picnic to break the world record for the longest string of pom pons at Manor Road Primary School. Pictured is Max and Milly Tang.  Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

It was both an attempt to knock Kirstie Allsopp off the record books and showcase a transformation after shocking vandalism.


A Broads vineyard is toasting gold medal success at the industry’s annual national wine awards.

Carly Stroud has cut the ribbon on her new business venture - The Tulip Room.

Picture: James Bass

Going to work is a pleasure for busy mum-of-three Carly Stroud since she flicked the switch on a promising electronics career to open her own beauty and holistic therapy business.

New trainees at Grant Thornton accountants, which has said its new recruitment strategy is bringing more young people from different backgrounds to the firm. Picture: submitted

GCSE results, A level grades and degree class do not matter - it doesn’t sound like the average job description of a financial profession.

BP petrol station, as BP reported a 20% drop in first-quarter profits today after it was hit by a sharp slump in oil and gas prices. PRESS ASSOCIATION: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The deadly Gulf of Mexico oil spill was a disaster for BP in the boardroom, its bank balance and reputation.

Wine-tasters gather around the Broadland Wineries stall at the Norfolk Show

A Norfolk wine supplier which was bought out of administration 10 years ago has rolled out an international expansion plan on the back of 20pc year-on-year growth.

First day of the Royal Norfolk Show 2015. Proxama' s Neil Garner showing the Loka app. Photo: Steve Adams

App-savvy showgoers can have information and offers beamed straight to their mobile phone by walking past hotspots scattered throughout the showground.

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The magic of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is celebrated in Jersey Boys, Mark Thomas previews his latest show, Tommy Cooper is recreated, plus music, art and theatre. SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

A co-ordinated campervan and food stall at the Dubs at the Hall festival. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Hundreds of vintage VWs, from campervans to Beetles, lined up at north Norfolk outdoor centre Holt Hall at the weekend, at a family music and motoring festival celebrating all things Volkeswagon.

Paloma Faith at Thetford Forest

Having seen Paloma Faith perform at Glastonbury in 2010 I knew the flame-haired star would not disappoint in Thetford Forest, Norfolk, with her quirky stage presence and ability to belt out every note perfectly.

Artist Carolyn Ash, right, repairs GoGoDragon! GoGoMosaic at Tombland with help from Charlotte Disney, business development and marketing manager for Leathes Prior Solicitors, after two spoons and a fork were removed from its head. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

One of Norwich’s GoGoDragons! has been repaired and is once again standing proud in Tombland.

The baby GoGoDragons! are lined up ready to get on the coach for their move to Castle Mall, Chapelfield, and the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A blaze of 120 baby dragons have flown in to join the GoGoDragons! fun in Norwich.

Overjoyed eight year old Corey Pettifer who picked up his last GoGoDragon stickers to complete his sticker book. Photo : Steve Adams

Eight-year-old dragon hunter Corey Pettifer is super excited after snapping up all the stickers for his GoGoDragons! album.


Racing at Great Yarmouth Racecourse has been delayed until the end of August after it was decided to give the track a further month for the turf to develop.

Great Yarmouth's Sophie McKinna is slowly reaping the rewards from her change of coaches, taking bronze at this year's British Athletics Championships.

Sophie McKinna believes her total overhaul in technique will eventually help upgrade her medals – after she took bronze at the British Championships at the weekend.

Norwich's Morello Racing claim a double Pirelli National Superstock 1000 podium at Knockhill, with championship leader Josh Elliott on the top step and team-mate John Ingram (right) third.

Bowthorpe-based Morello Racing outdid their excellent home round victory at Snetterton last time – with two riders on the podium at Knockhill on Sunday.

Sam Gaughran is back where it all began after signing for the Linnets again. Picture: IAN BURT

Defender Sam Gaughran admits his burning desire to give something back to the Linnets helped influence his Walks’ return.

From left, Chris Holder, Niels-Kristian Iversen and Peter Kildemand stand atop the British Grand Prix podium. Picture: DAVE FAIRBROTHER

Niels-Kristian Iversen bounced back from his World Cup nightmare by experiencing Grand Prix heaven in Cardiff.

Anthony Ogogo is set for a long-awaited return to the ring. Photo: Jerry Daws/

Anthony Ogogo will end months of agony and make his return to the ring next month.

It’s fantasy football time again. That period when many football fans will be making mental wish-lists of those their team should sign and those they should ditch.

Action from the Championship playoff final between Norwich City and Middlesborough - Norwich City celebrate getting to the Premiership - Alex Neil salutes the fans. Picture: Matthew Usher.

If Norwich City’s season formed the basis of a Hollywood movie, the final scene at Wembley couldn’t have been written more perfectly.

Cameron Jerome punishes Dani Ayala for his 'grotesque' Cruyff turn at Wembley. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

In Monday’s column I emphasised the need for a strong referee for the play-off final.

NCFC v Middlesbrough play off at Wembley.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

So who still thinks the play-offs are a bad idea? Without checking on Wiki, pause now and guess when they were first introduced.

Norwich City fans can play their part at Wembley against Middlesbrough.

Although it’s 30 years since I last watched Norwich City at Wembley the day itself will forever be etched upon my mind.

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