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Sarah Drew, a dental nurse from Hingham, is planning to go to Uganda on a volunteer trip. Picture: via TIM DREW

A dental nurse from Hingham is set to embark on a life-changing volunteer expedition to Uganda.

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Jonny Howson celebrates bagging Norwich City's third goal against Wolves on Saturday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Jonny Howson ran the show at Carrow Road – and for once, he was happy to enjoy a game where everything came off.

Robbie Brady of Norwich celebrates scoring his sides 2nd goal from the penalty spot during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich
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21/01/2017

Here’s how Express & Star reported on Norwich City’s 3-1 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Carrow Road.

The Pink Un Show Matchday reviews all the latest Norwich City action from Carrow Road.

The Pink Un Show Matchday returns to Championship action, as the crew review Norwich City’s victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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A fun children’s drama delves into the reason words disappear off the tip of your tongue.

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Pablo Larrain’s film about First Lady in the aftermath of JFK’s assassination is an exploration of the intensity and shock of grief.

Autumn comes in June to the Norwich cathedral cloister for the final day of filming Tulip Fever. Photo: Bill Smith

Film fans are continuing to be kept in suspense as to when Norwich Cathedral’s starring role will be revealed on the big screen in the movie Tulip Fever.

Sport

George Russell during an FIA Formula 3 European Championship Test Vallelunga in Italy. Picture: Thomas Suer

Norfolk’s George Russell has moved a significant step closer to his Formula One dream – by being signed up by the world champions.

King's Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell.

He predicted that Weymouth were shaping up to give someone a thrashing – but little did King’s Lynn Town boss Gary Setchell expect his side to be on the receiving end.

An early chance for Joel Watts in Gorlestons 8-2 defeat at Newmarket. Photo: DAVID HARDY

Losing 8-2 at Newmarket has already been forgotten about by Gorleston boss Ricci Butler as he looks to get his team back on track when they host Ipswich Wanderers today.

World Indoor Bowls Championship at Potters Resort, Hopton. 
Rebecca Field and Paul Foster (RED) play Robert Paxton and Ellen Falkner (GREEN) in the mixed pairs quarter finals.
 
PHOTO: Nick Butcher

You know when you have a great game of bowls on your hands when the commentators who have the task of adding words to pictures as part of the World Bowls Tour streaming service run out of superlatives and start inventing new ones.

Aaron Jones in action Stateside. Picture: Clemson Athletics

Four years ago Aaron Jones was mulling over a one-year offer from Notts County, having just been released by Ipswich Town.

Business

Last few days of Christmas shopping in Norwich.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Retail sales in the UK fell at the fastest rate in nearly five years last month, as shoppers spent less on clothing, footwear and household goods in the run-up to Christmas.

Hamilton House, Lowestoft.

PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Redevelopment of a landmark building by a community healthcare provider could bring new jobs and improved services to the area, according to its chief executive.

Dominic Purslow, Depot Principal at Jack Richards & Son

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Police in Primrose Hill are going to be more lenient with cyclists caught riding on pavement as they crackdown on road safety, do you think a similar operation should be implemented in Norfolk?

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A coroner has praised the actions of two members of the public who ran into the sea to try and save a man.

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Norfolk Police Sergeant Chris Harris.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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