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Nick Rogers could have saved lives by donating his organs after his death as his family describe their “overwhelming gut-wrenching sadness” at his loss.

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Daniel Farke is confident Norwich City’s squad will reap the benefits of a successful German bonding trip after an impressive 3-1 friendly victory at DSC Arminia Bielefeld.

Steven Naismith admitted he is loving life under Norwich City’s head coach Daniel Farke after scoring in Friday’s 3-1 German tour finale against DSC Arminia Bielefeld.

Norwich City turned in a stylish performance to complete a 100pc winning record on their German tour against DSC Arminia Bielefeld.

Norwich City beat Arminia Bielefeld 3-1 in the final game of their pre-season tour in Germany and you can re-live the game here.

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Former Great British Bake Off contestant Kate Barmby has created something truly magical for The Assembly House in Norwich.

From music to theatre, cabaret to comedy to talk, the Holt Festival begins this weekend with another diverse programme of events. There is still time to grab tickets for some highlights.

A colourful kaleidoscope of art inspired by America’s City of Angels takes centre stage in a new exhibition at Norwich Arts Centre.

Sport

Swardeston lifted the NW Brown Norfolk Twenty20 trophy at Manor Park after a 72-run win over Great Witchingham.

On the back of my column last week with regards to defining the difference between running and walking pace, I received a number of messages with mixed thoughts about this.

After flaking out of it a couple of times I finally managed to get myself to one of Neil Featherby’s running groups this week.

There is a new name on Links Country Park’s Scratch Trophy – for the first time in seven years.

Aegon Summer County Cup action returns to Cromer Tennis Club next week.

Business

An audio-visual equipment distributor has said it expects to be ahead of its full year predictions after a strong first six months.

A ban on payment card transaction fees may be welcome news for customers – but some small businesses fear it could add to their costs.

Tourists jetting to the UK “in their droves” to take advantage of the weak pound could spend up to £2.4bn on our high streets this summer.

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With summer underway, and the weather looking promising (at least for another week) it is prime time to pitch up at a pub, find a table outside and spend hours enjoying a drink (or three), good food and the company of family and friends. Here’s a list to make finding the perfect spot in Norfolk that little bit easier.

Dereham residents turns out in droves today to support and question Highways England’s £300 million investment in the A47.

If a road doesn’t look wide enough for two cars and there’s nowhere to pull over, when something comes the other way, what do you do?

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Hundreds of theatre goers in Norwich were left disappointed after a stage production of classic Charlotte Bronte novel Jane Eyre was unable to go ahead.

The Red Arrows will no longer be flying into Norwich Airport to refuel today and tomorrow due to weather conditions.

Nelson Oliveira wants to spearhead Norwich City’s Championship charge.

Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash which left a woman in a critical condition.

Nottingham Building Society has secured the future of 50 jobs by announcing it is to open seven branches in towns where its rival Norwich and Peterborough Building Society (N&P) is withdrawing.