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Jez Moxey will replace David McNally as Norwich City's chief executive. Picture: PA

Norwich City have confirmed Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey will replace David McNally as the Canaries’ new CEO.

Ben Godfrey is eligible for Norwich City's crack at the new pilot EFL Trophy this season. 
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Norwich City’s development squad will compete in the new-look EFL Trophy competition this season as one of 16 elite academies invited to take part alongside clubs in Leagues One and Two.

Michael McGovern of Norwich City during the pre-season match against Coventry City at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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Michael McGovern hopes keeping a clean sheet on his debut will be just the start of his success at Norwich City – as he made his claim to become the club’s new number one.

Norwich City keeper Declan Rudd is being linked with a loan move to League One Charlton. Picture by EXPA Pictures/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City duo Declan Rudd and Louis Thompson are being tracked by League One Charlton with the Addicks’ keen on a loan swoop for the City pair.

Jacob Murphy and Josh Murphy were both on target in Norwich City's 3-0 friendly win over Coventry City on Tuesday night. 
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Alex Neil insisted Norwich City will not be held to ransom in their pursuit of a proven Championship striker.

Wes Hoolahan celebrates with Kyle Lafferty after opening the scoring in Norwich City's friendly against Coventry City on Tuesday at Carrow Road. 
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Alex Neil may be trying to add an injection of youth into Norwich City’s ranks but it was an old favourite who marked his return in style on Tuesday night at Carrow Road.

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A government overhaul of insolvency fees has been criticised by experts within the industry, who warn that the changes could amount to a “tax on creditors”.

People playing Pokemon Go on St George's Street, Norwich.

The breakthrough of Pokémon Go marks the coming-of-age of augmented reality you can carry in your pocket. But what opportunities does it offer for business - and how can they capitalise?

Norfolk construction company Bateman Groundworks has been shortlisted in the 2016 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.

The country’s biggest rail franchise, which includes Southern and Gatwick Express, is facing the threat of fresh strikes in a new dispute over jobs and pay.

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Several of the aircraft which will be on display and performing during the Old Buckenham Airshow in July.
Pictured is a 1943 Staggerwing with the Wildcats

This weekend Old Buckenham Airfield will be playing host to its annual airshow, which last year saw the team succeed in putting Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman) back in her Goldfinger Helicopter after 50 years. This year there are lots more exciting events taking place that you just won’t want to miss.

Weekend Guide: Old Buckenham Airshow, Phil Nichol at Laugh In The Park and Gorleston Cliff Top Festival. (L-R)

Looking for something to do on Saturday or Sunday? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place across the county.

There is just one weekend of events left for this year’s Holt Festival but there’s still chance to catch some of the most exciting shows in the north Norfolk town.

A giant 18-foot tall red lobster is to visit Norwich’s Castle Mall as part of summer of fun at the shopping centre.


Liam Walsh on the way to victory over Troy James.

Cromer’s Liam Walsh will face Russian Andrey Klimov in October on the final step towards a world title fight.

James Hale had a good match for Norfolk, scoring a total of 102 runs and only being dismissed once. Picture: TIM FERLEY

The second match of the annual Norfolk Festival of Cricket ended in disappointment for the hosts yesterday when they slid to defeat at the hands of Lincolnshire.

Will Smith. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

Dereham’s Will Smith is vowing to bounce back from his latest slice of Paralympic heartbreak.

The Norfolk men's team  who were in County Cup action.

Norfolk’s men and women suffered very differing fortunes at this year’s Aegon Summer County Cup week.

Lowestoft Town (blue/ white) v Braintree Town at Crown Meadow.
Pre Season Friendly.
Andrew Fisk.

Picture: James Bass

Lowestoft Town enjoyed their best work-out of pre-season so far despite going down to a 3-1 defeat against Braintree Town at Crown Meadow.

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Footgolf course at Eaton Park.

A second footgolf course is to open in Norwich alongside the pitch and putt course in Mousehold.

Sea Palling beach

Bathers were yesterday in the part of the sea at Sea Palling where two men got into difficulties at the weekend, leading to the death of one of them.

Melvyn Shields taking part in his wing-walk in aid of the Retired Greyhound Trust. Picture: Submitted

A Norwich pensioner saw in his 76th birthday strapped to the wings of a Boeing Stearman biplane as he braved a 500ft charity dive.

Harold Bodmer, executive director of Norfolk County Council's adult social services department, has died.

The sudden death of Norfolk County Council’s director of adult social services has “ripped the heart” out of the authority, according to a former County Hall leader.

Local residents who are furious about plans drawn up by developers to redevelop St Peter's Methodist Church in Park Lane and replace it with 20 flats + one house.

Residents who are against plans to convert a city centre church into 20 flats are urging other neighbours to have their say on the future of the site.