There were four hour delays from London Liverpool Street to Norwich on Wednesday night.

Rail passengers experienced serious delays between London and Norwich tonight after a train fault at Shenfield.

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Ross Barkley scores his penalty in Everton's 4-3 penalty shootout victory over Norwich City in the fourth round of the Capital One Cup in October 2015. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City will travel to Premier League side Everton in the third round of the EFL Cup.

New signing? Man spotted in the crowd during the EFL Cup match at Carrow Road, Norwich
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A man watching Norwich City’s victory over Coventry at Carrow Road on Tuesday night sparked a storm on Twitter with many Canaries’ fans hinting that he could be a new signing.

Jacob Murphy celebrates scoring Norwich City's fourth goal during their EFL Cup win over Coventry. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

The more games the merrier was Jacob Murphy’s verdict after Norwich City strolled past a sorry Coventry, to book their place in the third round of the League Cup.

Nelson Oliveira in action for Nottingham Forest last season. Picture: PAGEPIX LTD

Norwich City have lined up a move for Benfica’s Portuguese international striker Nelson Oliveira.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil dismissed rumours Dame N'Doye was at Carrow Road for Tuesday's 6-1 EFL Cup romp against Coventry City. 
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Alex Neil has confirmed Norwich City would be interested in Jordan Rhodes if the Middlesbrough striker is not part of Aitor Karanka’s Premier League plans.

Norwich City Sergi Canos hit a brace in the 6-1 win over Coventry City. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

The future is bright for Alex Neil after Norwich City’s youth brigade tore Coventry City to shreds on Tuesday night in a 6-1 EFL Cup rout.

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Joe Greenwell CBE, Karen Jones CBE and Prof David Richardson of the UEA.

The serial entrepreneur charged with sharpening the University of East Anglia’s focus on business says she is determined to kindle a “culture of entrepreneurship” from which every student can benefit.

File photo dated 09/01/12 of Lloyds Banking Group boss Antonio Horta-Osorio, who has expressed regret over damage to done to the lender's reputation following allegations about his private life. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday August 24, 2016. In a memo to staff, Mr Horta-Osorio addressed reports that he had spent almost £4,000 while entertaining an alleged lover during a trip to Singapore. See PA story CITY Lloyds. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Antonio Horta-Osorio, the boss of Lloyds Banking Group, has expressed regret over damage to done to the lender’s reputation following allegations about his private life.

From running a single spa to opening its own fitness centre and managing facilities at a luxury London hotel, it has been a busy few years for Mosaic Spa and Health Clubs.

A company restructure and shift in focus to blue-chip contracts has fuelled belief at Dardan Security that the firm can become East Anglia’s first national security company.

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Norfolk’s Wildcat Aerobatics team to appear in new BBC series. Picture BBC/The Garden Productions

A Norfolk aerobatics team has given TV cameras unprecedented access to their awe-inspiring displays for a new BBC series.

The nine Red Arrows pilots at Norwich Airport. Photo: Bill Smith

They wow crowds at events across the country and the pilots have become as popular as rock stars - here’s a look back at the Red Arrows arrivals in Norwich over the past few years.

Looking for something to do this Bank Holiday weekend? Here’s a look at some of the events taking place across the county on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Norwich Castle’s keep is this week the stage for a special revival of a medieval theatrical tradition.


Swardeston cricketer Joe Gatting made his debut for Dereham Town Football Club last night. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Dereham progressed to the first qualifying round of the FA Cup with Dawid Radomski’s second-half strike settling a close game, writes Rene Kendal.

Jake Reed netted for the Blues last night. Picture: JAMES BASS

Hitman Jake Reed opened his account for the season as the Blues returned to winning ways.

Connor Ingram, left, went so close to being Gorleston's hat-trick hero last night. Picture: DAVID HARDY

Gorleston continued their impressive start to the Premier Division season by beating Walsham-le-Willows 2-0.

Will King's Lynn Stars team boss Rob Lyon have something to smile about this evening? Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn ace Troy Batchelor says the Stars are desperate to turn their form around – starting when they head to Belle Vue tonight.

Seven year old Alice Hall won the gold medal in the 100m at the East of England Children and Young People's Diabetes Games in Essex.

While our Olympians savoured success in Rio, budding athlete Alice Hall tasted gold at a competition for children with diabetes.

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Norfolk's perfect picnic spots: Eaton Park, Plantation Garden and Stiffkey Saltmarshes (L-R)

Wanting to get out and make the most of the weather before summer officially ends? Why not pack a picnic and head on out to one of these picturesque locations across Norfolk.

Police released this CCTV footage of a burglary in Brampton

A man whose TV was stolen from a house in Brampton near Halesworth has offered a reward for information about the theft.

Giggling Squid Thai restaurant is opening in Norwich next month. Picture shows the restaurant's duck spring rolls. Photo: Giggling Squid

Chain restaurant Giggling Squid is set to bring a taste of Thailand to Norwich next month as the company opens its first Norfolk restaurant in Tombland.

The Red Arrows put on a spectacular show over Cromer in one of the highlights of the town's carnival week. Pictures: ALLY McGILVRAY

The famous Red Arrows will take to the skies over Norwich this week as they make their way to the Clacton Airshow.

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Shoppers at Chapelfield in Norwich will be handed virtual reality headsets at the weekend so that they can experience a shopping centre from the perspective of an autistic child.