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Mitchell Dijks has helped Norwich City bulk up for the Championship combat. 
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Alex Neil is adamant his Double Dutch transfer raid has beefed up Norwich City for the Championship run-in.

Freddie Sears wheels away after putting Ipswich ahead against Leeds. Picture: Steve Waller

Ahead of Sunday’s derby clash, Norwich City writer David Freezer went behind enemy lines to assess Ipswich Town’s form during their 1-1 draw with Leeds.

Alex Neil and Mick McCarthy go head-to-head again on Sunday in the latest East Anglian derby. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City and Ipswich Town renew rivalries at Carrow Road this coming weekend with bragging rights and Championship points at stake.

Jubilant scenes at Carrow Road after Norwich City beat Ipswich Town to seal a Wembley play-off date in 2015. 
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Norwich City have held the bragging rights over their bitter East Anglian rivals Ipswich Town for a number of years - but is that in danger of ending on Sunday at Carrow Road?

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The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film The Red Shoes has been adapted by choreographer and director Mathew Bourne. Picture: Johan Persson

The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film about a ballerina torn between the ambitions of two men, is his latest acclaimed ballet adaptation, using the music of Hollywood composer Bernard Herrmann.

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The work of Turner Prize-winning British sculptor Richard Long is set to feature in a new exhibition called Land and Sky: Richard Long, at Houghton Hall. Here are 10 things you might not have known about the world-renowned artist.

Jordan Pundik of New Found Glory on the Main Stage, on day one of the Reading Festival 2013. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The Floridian quartet have announced that their 20 Years of Pop Punk tour is expanding to include a show at The Nick Rayns LCR due to high demand.

Richard Gadd is bringing his Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning show Monkey See Monkey Do to Norwich Arts Centre. Picture: Submitted

Richard Gadd’s award-winning genre-busting performance Monkey See Monkey Do sees him explore what it means to be a man via treadmills and gorilla costumes.

Sport

Gary Setchell has left King's Lynn Town. Picture: TIM SMITH

King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell has left the club, it has been confirmed.

The current spell of mild weather has seen the carp on the feed on the stillwaters, with fish showing at Springside, Bear and Shepherd’s lakes.

Junior member Matthew Rogers with one of his four fish from Norfolk & Suffolk Flyfishers' East Tuddenham Lakes. Photo: Tony Hull Photography.

Visitors young and old at the Norfolk & Suffolk Flyfishers’ East Tuddenham lake have enjoyed limit bags again.

John Bailey and Simon Clark celebrate a big spring pike.

It’s that most wonderful time of the angling year when spring is just around the corner and the daylight hours are stretching out ever further.

Glen Mason with his 51lb 5oz catch after winning the UG Angling Club match at the Reepham Fishery. Photo: Kellie Broadway

The welcome rise in air temperatures warmed the commercial carp lakes, forcing the top match catches into treble figures.

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A very hot and sunny Gorleston beach.
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East Anglia’s tourism industry could suffer from “unfair” changes to business rates, a sector leader has warned, as pressure mounts on the government to think again over its revaluation.

Darren Venn and James Ingham of Radius Sports Marketing. Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2017

Putting some of the biggest brands in the world in touch with top Premier League clubs may sound like the realm of large international agency.

A technician at work repairing a phone at Anovo in Norwich.

Contract wins with mobile phone networks including Vodafone and Three are fuelling expansion at one of Norfolk’s biggest employers.

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Lizzie Wallis came first in the Advanced Street Photography category for this picture entited Starting the Journey.

A picture of a cyclist put other entries in the shade in North Norfolk Photographic Society’s latest competition.

From e-cigarettes to litter - find out what's been annoying our Norfolk grumps this week,

The complaints just keep on coming as Norfolk grumps deliver the latest helping of East Angrier, tackling issues including e-cigarettes, litter and men.

Abbey Lane, the way it was, in the 1930s. It is still there today but looks very different. Photo: Archant library.

Meet the boys and girls and some of the grown-ups who lived, along with thousands of other people, off busy and bustling King Street in the heart of old Norwich.

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Norwich City V Ipswich Town derby at Carrow Road in 2015. Police hold back Norwich fans. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Hundreds of police officers will be on the streets of Norwich on Sunday for the East Anglian derby game against Ipswich.

East Anglian Air Ambulance staff with the Nembo Spider.

It was built in 1964 and became its owner’s most beloved car - but now a rare Ferrari will provide much-needed funding for the region’s air ambulance.

Chris Skinner at his time as head of legal services in Yarmouth

Tributes have been paid to a lawyer who provided key legal services to local authorities in Norfolk.

The Bell Hotel and Santander bank in Norwich.
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The popular Bell Hotel pub in Norwich is to close for 16 weeks as part of millions of pounds worth of refurbishments on the building.

Police were called to an incident on Watton Road, Shipdham.

A community remains in shock as a police investigation continues following the arrest of a man on suspicion of making threats to kill with a firearm.