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Emergency vehicles outside the Castle Mall in Norwich after a medical emergency. Picture: SOPHIE WYLLIE

Paramedics saved a teenager’s life after he suffered a cardiac arrest in a busy shopping centre forcing the whole building to be evacuated.

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Wes Hoolahan about to be fouled by Carl Ikeme against Wolves at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Join Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt in our pinkun.com Norwich City online debate from 1pm today – at pinkun.com/debate

As captured by Talk Norwich City, Canaries fans gave a new home to the banner taken to Carrow Road by their Wolverhampton Wanderers counterparts.

As Norwich City showed the Wolves visitors through the Carrow Road door, Michael Bailey offers his six big observations.

Sergi Canos looks set to move on from Norwich City. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Sergi Canos could seal a return to Brentford this week with the Bees set to step up their interest in the Norwich City wide player.

Carl Ikeme was red-carded for his reaction towards Wes Hoolahan after conceding a penalty. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Alex Neil had no sympathy for Carl Ikeme after a rush of blood from the Wolves keeper tilted a feisty Championship contest in Norwich’s favour.

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Billy Bragg and Joe Henry at Open. Photo by Steve Hunt

An icon of Left-wing politics and activism, Billy Bragg has long been a favourite of many as evidenced by a packed out venue at Open, in Norwich on a cold Sunday evening in January.

Framlingham Castle appears at the end of Ed Sheeran's video

Ed Sheeran has released the video for his “love song for Suffolk” - which was filmed in the county at the end of last year.

Action from the Sentence Snatchers. Picture: Flat Pack Productions

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

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Sport

Alfie Hewett is preparing for the Australian Open. Picture: Akira Ando

Alfie Hewett will face world number two Stephane Houdet in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open men’s wheelchair singles on Wednesday.

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.

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Byline: Sonya Duncan
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Dereham went down to a narrow defeat at home to Romford as the Magpies’ search for consistency goes on.

Wroxham gave their survival hopes a boost with a thrilling win over Thamesmead.

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

Lowestoft Town slipped to a heavy defeat on the road as Folkestone’s Sam Hasler and Jordan Wright ran riot against the Trawlerboys.

Business

President Donald Trump speaks on the campaign trail. (AP Photo/John Locher)

Donald Trump’s shock election victory and unfavourable sporting results dented takings at bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair to the tune of £40 million in the fourth quarter.

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.

Features

On September 2 1966 six-year-old Mark Newstead being presented by manager Ray Cossey with a transistor radio for being the 100,000th person to see The Sound of Music at the Gaumont.

Fifty years ago, The Sound of Music was such a hit at a Norfolk cinema that it ran and ran and ran until more than 250,000 people had seen it. Local film historian PHILIP YAXLEY tells the story of why we fell in love with Julie Andrews and co.

Cycling on the pavement in Magdalen Street, Norwich, right in front of the No Cycling sign.  Photo: Bill Smith

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?

Beautiful sunset by @mofimofi13

We get loads of brilliant photos sent to us every week of Norfolk; here are some of our favourites from the last week.

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An early morning walk on a frosty day. Photo: db/citizenside.com

Across the region on Saturday Evening temperatures plummeted below zero to give way to what forecasters say was the coldest night in four years.

Finger on the lips. sign for silence. Photo: VladimirFloyd/GettyImages/iStockphoto

I don’t know who the average East Anglian is – not me, I hope – but he or she only experiences less than an hour of peace and quiet each day.

Photos of James Bishop, who has been named Earlham Slimming World's Man of the Year for 2016 after losing 9 stone. Before (left) and after (right). Photos submitted by James Bishop

Going for a walk across the city to see the Go Go Dragons in 2015 left 24-stone James Bishop feeling breathless and unwell.

Anne Jary, co-owner of Harleston's now-closed Apollo Club, with some of the bits and pieces from the club that were being sold at a public sale. Picture: STUART ANDERSON

There were sofas, pint glasses and light bulbs, dart boards, wooden reindeer and other Christmas decorations.

The number 25 First bus at Castle Meadow, Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

One of the county’s largest bus operators believes changes to the city’s road network have led to more than 350,000 new passenger journeys.