Crowds in their hundreds turned out to the North Norfolk Railway’s annual Dad’s Army weekend, to see Captain Mainwaring and his hapless Home Guard recreate the ‘Royal Train’ episode of the hugely popular 1970s BBC sitcom.

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Norwich’s own Paul Warne will be a Championship manager again after guiding Rotherham United to League One play-off final success – at the expense of Norwich City’s Ben Godfrey and Carlton Morris.

Follow all the build-up, live score, action and reaction as we bring you full coverage of the League One play-off final between Rotherham United and Shrewsbury Town, in our Matchday Live blog from Wembley.

Norwich City look set to miss out on striker Marvin Ducksch with the striker likely to join Fortuna Dusseldorf this summer.

It wasn’t a job Neil Adams set out to get, but it’s definitely one he is making his own – MICHAEL BAILEY catches up with Norwich City’s loan manager

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Kaiser Chiefs closed a fantastic weekend of live music at Norwich’s Earlham Park. T

British Sea Power are no strangers to the region’s music scene. The indie rock band have been regular fixture on the main music stages at Latitude, and played Norwich’s Waterfront late last year.

Reverend and the Makers have been regular visitors to Norwich over the last decade. They’ve had some “good times in Norwich” as the band announced - they were even once supported by a young lad called Ed Sheeran (what happened to him?).

The drum and bass super group - comprised of MC Skibadee, Shabba D, Harry Shotta, DJ Phantasy and Macky Gee - have been taking the UK by storm with their mix of hard hitting jump up style of drum and bass and fast flowing lyrics.


The Aston Martin V12 Vantage ruled Snetterton as they locked out five of the six British GT Championship podium places with victory shared between Nicki Thiim/Mark Farmer and Derek Johnston/Marco Sorensen.

Norwich favourite Zaiphan Morris passed the biggest test of his pro career - and says raising his game is becoming a trademark.

Norfolk will be doubly represented at this week’s BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Apeldoorn, with Norwich’s Ben Bartram selected to make his wheelchair tennis debut for Great Britain alongside Cantley’s world number Alfie Hewett.

King’s Lynn travel to Rye House for the first A10 derby of the season in front of the BT Sport cameras on Monday evening (7.30pm).

Nathan Dale admits a shift of focus away from boxing could actually prove to be a major influence in the ring.


A flurry of new dessert bars opening over the past year is offering hope on the High Street. Bethany Whymark finds out what makes them so popular.

Royal Bank of Scotland executives are expected to face a barrage of questions from shareholders over dividends, branch closures and re-privatisation at the lender’s annual meeting next week.

A newly formed facilities management group has flexed its muscles with its first acquisitions it was formed in a merger.


Paloma Faith is back and turning her eye on the world around her. The new mum spoke about taking time off to have her first child and why her latest album is about fighting for a better future.

Norwich is a city which has long been celebrated for its beautiful gardens, as Jane Hales explores in this 1960 essay from our archives.

By the 1830s Norwich Castle was so tumbledown that prisoners in it were using its ramshackle exterior to escape down. But one person was determined to save it. Trevor Heaton tells the story of a man named Stone.

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A college and sixth form in Norfolk will be among the first 52 centres in the country to teach a new technical qualification.

A councillor has condemned the closure of a town’s Post Office as “unthinkable” after residents received a letter stating the store would shut down temporarily.

A major hospital is under fire as staff are set to protest an increase in proposed parking charges a trade union has announced.

A huge cache of weapons was confiscated this afternoon including knives, saws, tools and a baseball bat filled with nails.

It’s the uplifting tale of how a showgirl shook up a convent, immortalised in a 1992 film starring Whoopi Goldberg.