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Josh Murphy, James Maddison, Kyle Lafferty, Ryan Bennett and the fit-again Matt Jarvis are all in the club’s development squad for Monday’s Premier League International Cup quarter-final against Dinamo Zagreb at Carrow Road (KO 7pm).

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On a Greek island paradise, a story of love and friendship told through the timeless songs of ABBA. Mamma Mia! has been a global stage and Hollywood movie success, but only now arrives at Norwich Theatre Royal as part of its first UK tour.

It’s the beginning of the end…of February AND of Broadchurch, although the latter is finishing for good, and unless things go really pear-shaped over the Atlantic, we’ll probably see another February.

New Take That musical The Band will be heading to Norwich as part of its UK tour.

Barry Jenkins’ film shows life at its toughest and its most real, making it a worthy Oscar winner


The biggest schools sporting event is coming to Norfolk when the English Schools Cross Country Championships take place at the Norfolk Showground on Saturday, March 18.

Acle A have returned to the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League following their win at home to Beccles by 93 shots to 70, Jamie Howlett’s rink top scoring 31-11.

The Wymondham bandwagon rolled on as they won 9-1 at home to Connaught A in the Breckland League.

Champion Ylies Djiroun retained his European lightweight belt with a points win after 25 minutes of fascinating fighting with challenger Adam Boussif at Contenders 18 in Norwich on Saturday night.

The Thurlow Nunn Premier Division title race took another twist this weekend as Gorleston gave up ground after a 2-1 defeat at Ely City.


Being sure of your objectives and not “doing it for the money” are among a seasoned entrepreneur’s top tips for new business owners.

An intimate north Norfolk hotel, once used as a secret getaway by legendary crime writer Agatha Christie, has been ranked amongst the top 25 for romance in the UK by loved-up reviewers on a leading travel website.

Higher global sugar prices will contribute to a robust increase in first-half profits at Associated British Foods, the group said today.


Richard Bainbridge of Benedicts reveals why he loves Pancake Day and gives us his secret recipe.

Races, records, relays and stacks of snacks are planned for Pancake Day 2017

A unique, Grade II Listed property, with more than a tale or two to tell, has come to the market in Wrentham.

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Patrols are now being carried out at an undisclosed ‘heritage location’ in the north of the county, officers have revealed.

A Norwich man was punched in the face by a pensioner who he was trying to rob outside a newsagents, a court heard.

A vets has warned dog owners to be aware of snakes when walking their pets, after experiencing its first instance of a dog being bitten by an adder this year.

The attack happened on King’s Lynn’s Norfolk Street, on Friday night.

The death of a war veteran killed by his daughter could not have been prevented by health workers, an independent review has found.