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Artist's impression of how The Avenues could look once the Push The Pedalways changes are brought in.

Drivers in Norwich are set for yet further disruption from next week, when more roadworks get under way.

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Steven Whittaker and John Ruddy earned Norwich City a crack at the Premier League, but the club mates are on opposite sides of the play-off divide in Scotland.

Norwich City defender Martin Olsson will miss Sweden's Euro2016 qualifier next month to get shoulder surgery on a long-standing injury. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City left-back Martin Olsson is poised to undergo shoulder surgery later this week which will rule him out of Sweden’s Euro2016 qualifier against Montenegro next month and a friendly against Norway.

Norwich manager Alex Neil and first team coach Gary Holt share a moment during the Wembley play-off final win against Middlesbrough. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Alex Neil wants to build a dynasty of success at Norwich City.

Sebastien Bassong lifts the trophy after Norwich had won Monday's Championship play-off final. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON/FOCUS IMAGES

The softer side of disciplinarian Alex Neil helped instill a greater fighting spirit inside Norwich City’s dressing room.

Re-live Norwich City’s play-off final triumph with our 56-page PinkUn special

To celebrate Norwich City’s Championship play-off final victory at Wembley, Friday’s EDP and Evening News will contain a 56-page picture special.

Norwich fans get to see the Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Trophy close up at City Hall. Carol Symonds has her picture taken with the cup. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

There have been hundreds of selfies snapped as Norwich City fans got the chance to have their photographs taken with the Championship Play-Off Trophy.

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Mazda6 saloon combines sleek, stylish looks, strong engines and a fine chassis to create an entertainting driving package.

2015 is shaping up as a great year for Mazda with three all-new models, two facelifts, UK sales forecasted to top 50,000 and fleet business in the fast lane, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

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The Angel Road, Steel Band practicing ahead of this year's Lord Mayors Procession.

The sounds of carnival are in the air as preparations are well under way at one school for the city’s biggest street party.

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Google has unveiled how it plans to introduce virtual reality to the classroom and to YouTube this year, as well as the much rumoured new photo-sharing service Google Photos.

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Scandal-hit outsourcing group Serco has named former Centrica boss Sir Roy Gardner as its new chairman as the company seeks to turn around its fortunes.

B&Q store. Photo: Paul Faith/PA Wire

B&Q parent Kingfisher said it was ploughing on with a shake-up plan “at pace” as it reported a first quarter slide in sales at the DIY chain.

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A Wymondham-based business boss said the dualling of the A11 had driven a significant upturn in fortunes for the firm in the last six months.

Victory Park off London Road, Attlebrough.

One of the region’s largest construction companies could relocate some of its group businesses to an industrial space in Attleborough.

Opening of the new Co-op store on Cromer Road, Norwich. Left to right, John Cook (director East of England Co-op), Sam McGhee (sales assistant), Sandy Gooch (store manager), Daisy Dugdale (sales assistant) and Roger Grosvenor (executive officer East of England Co-op)
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Bosses at the East of England Co-operative are set to undertake a fresh push to sell the virtues of locally sourced food.

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A seaside entertainment festival is ploughing this year’s charity cash into a cause literally close to his heart.

The poster for the film The Goob which was filmed around Norfolk. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The Goob is an excellent film, both tense and absorbing, and deserves to be ranked alongside the best British indie films of recent years, such as Dead Man’s Shoes, Son of Rambow and My Summer of Love.

The Radio 1 Big Weekend big clean up as the stage is taken down at Earlham Park. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The Big Weekend was a real success – and now it’s time for the big clean-up.

Latitude Festival. Photo: Ben Kendall/PA Wire

An eclectic range of artists have been added to Latitude Festival’s line up for this year.

Amanda Howell in Noises Off

Two Norfolk couples are to step out on stage together in one of the most ambitious productions ever attempted by Sheringham Little Theatre.

The Jigantics

Contemporary folk fusion band The Jigantics (pictured) are appearing at Davenport’s Magic Kingdom in North Walsham next month.

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The depleted Stars did themselves proud tonight to stun the champions and maintain their 100pc home record in 2015.

Jordan Yong, right, has become a key figure at King's Lynn Town. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Defender Jordan Yong has become the latest player to commit his future to King’s Lynn Town.

Ryan Crisp on the ball for Needham Market earlier this season. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Boss Matt Henman has softened the blow of losing attacking talent Ryan Hawkins by bringing Ryan Crisp to Dereham Town, writes Gavin Caney.

Neil Jarvis, right, was the former assistant of Wayne Anderson, left. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Fakenham Town have opted for continuity by handing Neil Jarvis the first team manager’s position – with Robbie Harris as his assistant, writes Gareth Davis.

Alistair MacKinnon leading a pack of cars at Rockingham. Picture: Jakob Ebrey

After an eventful start to the British GT Championship at Oulton Park, Cromer’s Alistair MacKinnon bounced back with fourth place at Rockingham – which he hopes will lead to a podium place in the upcoming Silverstone 500, the blue riband event of the series.

Norfolk Under-11s, back row from left: Jonty Black, Harry Nunn, Tom Wicks, Cameron Tasker, Sam Utting; Middle: Charlie Barber, William Bowman, Ben Ashford; Front: Simon Black (manager), Jonah Wicks, Ben Wilcox (captain), Freddie Fairey, Lohitashva Kannan, Lewis Denmark (coach).

Norfolk Under-11s made it two wins out of two when they comprehensively beat Suffolk by 80 runs at Halvergate.

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.

The Norwich fans build up the atmosphere before the Sky Bet Championship play-off semi-final against Ipswich at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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The Mason’s Arms in Donisthorpe didn’t know what had hit it.

The peacetime of an otherwise normal Saturday lunchtime shattered by a crazed Norwich City fan, desperate to see them reach Wembley.

Nathan Redmond of Norwich has a shot on goal that is handled on the line by Christophe Berra of Ipswich Town who is sent off by Referee Anthony Taylor during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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As the club looked through the annals of seasons past to summon former derby goal heroes onto the pitch before kick off on Saturday, a ploy that added brilliantly to the atmosphere at an already electric Carrow Road, City fans had been hoping recent history would play a bigger part in the make-or-break derby.

Norwich City's Jonathan Howson (centre) celebrates scoring the opening goal with team mates Cameron Jerome (left) and Bradley Johnson (right) during the Sky Bet Championship, Play Off Semi Final, First Leg at Portman Road, Ipswich. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday May 9, 2015. See PA story SOCCER Ipswich. Photo credit should read: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Editorial use only. Maximum 45 images during a match. No video emulation or promotion as 'live'. No use in games, competitions, merchandise, betting or single club/player services. No use with unofficial audio, video, data, fixtures or club/league logos.

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The Players, Management and Fans all enjoy the lap pf appreciation at the end of the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich
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There was an interesting comment from Alex Neil in the press conference after the Fulham game as he spoke about the change at the club in recent months.

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