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Norwich City manager Alex Neil will be speaking to the media this afternoon ahead of tomorrow’s Championship clash with Barnsley.

Norwich City bid to follow up their Brentford win at Barnsley this weekend. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Alex Neil is targeting a Championship win against his old club Barnsley to prove Norwich City is firmly back on track.

It's not been the ideal start to life as Manchester United head coach for Jose Mourinho, right.

It’s hardly a revelation when a former player backs his old club in some form or another – but it does usually make for a good debating point, especially when it comes to football managers.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil spent four years as a player at Barnsley. 
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Alex Neil’s old Barnsley pals admit they never saw him as management material ahead of the Norwich City chief’s first Oakwell reunion.

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Merry Xmas Everybody as Slade come to Norwich on their It's Christmas Tour. Picture: Submitted

Merry Xmas Everybody is sure to feature as the 1970s glam-rockers deliver an early Christmas present for Norfolk and Suffolk music and festive nostalgia lovers.

Joseph Gordon Levitt as Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone's film. Picture: Vertigo

Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Rhys Ifans give convincing portrayals in Oliver Stone’s provocative and confusing drama.

The Fruits of Enlightenment being staged at the UEA. Picture: Ella Joy Green

An Oscar Wilde inspired comedy, Russian drama and The Twelve Days of Christmas also amongst theatre presents.

Pun Man, the award-winning punning superhero, returns to Great Yarmouth. Picture: Leo Kearse

Where to unwrap some Christmas laughter with a series of special festive comedy nights in Norfolk and Suffolk this week.

Sport

England's Ben Youngs scores his side's third try during the Autumn International match at Twickenham Stadium, London. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire.

Ben Youngs’ remarkable year of success has been capped off with his announcement as England’s winner of the Old Mutual Health Player of the Series award.

Olivia Nicholls, third from right, celebrates winning bronze at the Master U BNP Paribas event in Lille, France, with the British Universities team. Picture: Submitted

Norfolk women’s number one Olivia Nicholls helped the Great Britain universities squad to win a bronze medal at the Master U BNP Paribas event in Lillie, France.

Jamie Powell fights at Contenders 17 on Saturday night

Jamie Powell is a man on a mission - and he sees Saturday’s fight at Contenders Norwich 17 as another step on the road to stardom.

Jonathan Drane has announced his retirement. Picture: David Davies/PA Wire.

Jonathan Drane leaves a sport with his head held high – and with praise ringing in his ears.

Launch of Royal Cromer Golf Club scholarship. Club professional Lee Patterson (centre, left), club captain Jayne Jones (centre, left), school manager Vicki Bumphrey (centre, right) and school principal Dr Geoff Baker (centre, right) with Cromer Academy students, left to right, Emilia Badowska, McKenzie Sturgeon, Freya Haughan-Davies, Sian Clarke, Daniel Byrne and Hayden Watson.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The next generation of players are coming to the fore at one of the country’s top golf clubs. Cromer Royal Golf Club has teamed up with Cromer Academy to offer pupils an introduction to the sport.

Business

Lowestoft car parks. Battery Green Road Car Park.

The planned closure of a town centre car park will affect the high street say local business owners.

CC Wells warehouse on Greens Road Industrial Estate, Dereham. Picture: Ian Burt

A fruit and vegetable trader in Dereham could be stopped from selling produce to the public from the company’s warehouse amid concerns that it is having an adverse affect on other town centre businesses.

According to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors there has been a rise in property sales in November. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Residential property sales are picking up across the region after lull earlier in the year, surveyors say.

Features

Artist Hannah Turner Wallis, photographed by Andi Sapey.

Norwich-based artist, Hannah Turner Wallis reveals what it takes to make creative dreams come true and how a job at The Playhouse Bar started it all...

Picture of houses. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Explore our interactive map to find out how much homes sold for in your part of Norfolk, according to the latest figures.

Most expensive homes sold in October: Ivybank, Cley. Photo supplied by Sowerbys.

The high end of the Norfolk property market remained strong throughout October, with a number of homes selling for over £1,000,000 and all of the top ten most expensive selling for over £630,000.

Christmas

The Coca-Cola truck drawing a crowd, eager to have their pictures taken next to the iconic seasonal vehicle.
 Photo: Steve Adams

Holidays are coming! Here’s everything you need to know about the Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour which will be heading to Norwich this winter.

Elsie Eve standing proudly with her 70-year-old tree and next door neighbours Toby and James Picture: Ailsa Sheldon

A Christmas tree is still standing 70 years after a Norfolk pensioner bought it for the equivalent of £1.05 whilst working at a handbag factory in the 1940s.

People gather to admire the lights in Thetford. Picture by Ryan Humphrey

A Norfolk family have successfully transformed their home into the Fairytales of Thetford as their three month long project has finally come to life in what may be one of the most extravagant displays in the UK.

Father Christmas at Snowland in Fakenham - 1990. Picture: Archant Library

As we’re all busy looking forward to this year’s Christmas, We thought you’d enjoy looking back at some lovely pictures of festive seasons from years gone by.

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Twenty years ago, Cedric Anselin was playing alongside Zinedine Zidane for Bordeaux in the UEFA Cup final against Bayern Munich.

CC Wells warehouse on Greens Road Industrial Estate, Dereham. Picture: Ian Burt

A fruit and vegetable trader in Dereham could be stopped from selling produce to the public from the company’s warehouse amid concerns that it is having an adverse affect on other town centre businesses.

Pictures from the raid by Norfolk Trading Standards at Thetford Food Centre. Picture: Norfolk County Council/Norfolk Trading Standards

A convenience store in Thetford could be stripped of its alcohol licence after trading standards officers found more than 9,300 allegedly smuggled cigarettes.

Lionwood Junior School celebrate their 'good' Ofsted result. Pupils pictured with, centre left to right, head of school Becky Adcock, executive headteacher Selene Sawyer and deputy headteacher Chris Hutchinson.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

“I’ve never had a boring lesson in this school and I don’t think I ever will” - these were the words of a pupil at a Norwich junior school, as inspectors rated it as ‘good’ in its latest Ofsted inspection.

Norman Lamb, North Norfolk MP and former health minister, has called for mental health services to be better funded. Photo: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Norfolk MP Norman Lamb did not walk through the voting lobby with his party tonight claiming he could not imply he would be willing to block Article 50 being triggered.

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