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From Take That playing two dates at Norwich City Football Club to Tom Jones performing at Holkham Hall in north Norfolk - our region looks set to enjoy a great summer of outdoor music this year and a major profile boost on the national stage.

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Norwich City youngster Jacob Murphy made his debut for England Under-21s in Friday night’s friendly against Germany in Wiesbaden.

Steven Naismith admits time is running out to fulfil his dream with Scotland.

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From Take That playing two dates at Norwich City Football Club to Tom Jones performing at Holkham Hall in north Norfolk - our region looks set to enjoy a great summer of outdoor music this year and a major profile boost on the national stage.

Let your mum put her feet up and have a well earned rest for a special treat this Mothering Sunday. We have some great places to take her and ways to spoil her.

Despite sounding like the next Tarzan spin-off, this tale of real-life Amazon explorer Percy Fawcett is a striking success that tells a true story with verty British restraint.

The former leader of The Commotions looks back, while Stockport’s light-psych-pop five-piece headline the latest NME Awards Tour, plus Hannah Peel, Grammy-winning metallers Ghost, Ben Haenow and Blackberry Smoke.

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Runners have reacted angrily to the announcement that they are now expected to pay to park on the National Trust estate.

Defensive worries dominate the thoughts of manager Ian Culverhouse as King’s Lynn Town bid to get back to winning ways tomorrow.

The cricketers of Downham Town have a date at Lord’s to look forward to tomorrow.

Gorleston are gearing themselves up for two tough games in the space of four days that could make or break their Premier Division title challenge,

Langley School’s under-15s are celebrating reaching a national final after a long trip to Devon.

Business

A restauranteur is hoping to get a bigger slice of the £9bn veggie food market by launching a vegan pizza brand.

Customers who receive a poor service from their landline or broadband provider could be in line for automatic compensation as part of new proposals.

A north Norfolk arts charity is set to close just six months after its chief executive quit.

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With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we asked our readers to tell us what makes their mum so great. Here’s what they had to say:

Trains, boats, trampolines and a spy satellite are some of the more unusual ways to make mum’s day on Sunday.

Opinion: Delays and inconvenience are the price we pay for feeling safer - and it’s going to get worse, says Sharon Griffiths.

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Operation Gravity not only targets the most serious offenders involved in dealing and transporting Class A drugs into and around Norfolk, it also works with partners to protect those most vulnerable to drug abuse and exploitation.

Tourism chiefs and seafront businesses have hit out at plans to impose parking charges during the winter months in Great Yarmouth.

Police arrested six people in Norwich yesterday in their latest attempt to combat possession and distribution of Class A drugs in Norfolk as part of Operation Gravity.

Norwich City’s new managing director Steve Stone insists it is business as usual regarding a number of the Canaries’ first team squad out of contract this summer.

A train driver, who was hailed a hero for his actions after a train collided with a tractor at a level crossing, said he knew he would not have been able to stop from ploughing into the tractor.