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Dana Creedon who was the victim of a sexual assault in Norwich. Photo : Steve Adams

A young woman who was sexually assaulted as she walked home from a night out in Norwich has told of her ordeal.

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Martin Olsson admits the collapse of his dramatic deadline day move to West Brom may be a blessing in disguise with Norwich City closing in on the Premier League.

Scotland's Steven Whittaker expects a different type of test in Sunday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Group D minnows Gibraltar. Photo: Richard Sellers/PA Wire.

Norwich City and Scotland defender Steven Whittaker has plenty of practice this season dealing with the unique challenge posed by Euro 2016 minnows Gibraltar on Sunday at Hampden Park.

Russell Martin has been impressed by Alex Neil's impact at Norwich City. 
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Russell Martin is in no doubt Alex Neil has all the attributes to cast the same successful spell on Norwich City as Paul Lambert.

Norwich manager Alex Neil will handle the pressure of a Championship promotion run-in. 
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Norwich City boss Alex Neil will not wilt in the intense heat of a Championship promotion battle.

Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan limped away from training ahead of the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City’s talisman Wes Hoolahan suffered an injury scare in the build up to the Republic of Ireland’s vital Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Sunday.

Harry Toffolo in action for Swindon Town. Picture: Dave Evans.

Norwich City youngster Harry Toffolo is relishing his return to the England youth set-up.

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Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

An 83-year-old woman cut the ribbon to open a new Co-op in Sprowston, on the date of her 50th wedding anniversary to her late husband whom she met while working at a Co-op store.

Nostalgia

A coin found in Langham dating back to Anglo-Saxon times.

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Business

Norfolk holidaymakers could be jetting across the English Channel to Paris as part of bold plans to expand the route network at Norwich International Airport.

Aviva, formerly Norwich Union, Surrey Street, Norwich. Photo: Steve Adams

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Wayne Hemingway MBE, of Hemingwaydesign, speaks at Broadand District Council's Regional Energy Efficiency Growth Conference, held at The Space, Norwich. Picture: KEITH WHITMORE

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The existing Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm off north Norfolk. Work has started on the nearby Dudgeon windfarm off Cromer -  but on land to begin with.  Picture: Ian Burt

Work has begun on the onshore cabling which will connect a new Norfolk offshore wind farm to the National Grid.

Jonathan Adnams, chairman of Southwold-based Adnams.

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Beacon Park Enterprise Zone on the edge of Gorleston next to the A12.

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Foundation work is under way for two new medium-sized industrial units at Beacon Park, in Gorleston, as the enterprise zone site continues to set the pace for economic growth in the borough.

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Six books have been shortlisted for a prize celebrating literature associated with or influenced by East Anglia.

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Wayne Anderson, left, and Neil Jarvis will stand side by side for the last time as Fakenham's management duo tomorrow. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

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England's Ben Youngs is blocked down by Ireland's Paul O'Connell during the RBS Six Nations match at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin. Picture: PA

Ben Youngs has been voted into sixth place in voting for the RBS Six Nations Player of the Championship award, which has been won by Ireland captain Paul O’Connell.

Regular readers will know that I’m not a fan of international breaks and the way that they interrupt the flow of a season.

Jonny Howson of Norwich celebrates scoring his side's first goal during the Sky Bet Championship win over Nottingham Forest at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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At last this season has truly come alive – what a shame we’re now in the middle of a frustrating international break and after that have only a handful of games left to enjoy.

Alex Neil has raised the standards at Carrow Road since his arrival in January. 
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