Strong gales are expected on Thursday. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Temperatures may have hit a high of 17.5C in Norfolk yesterday, just one week after snowfall hit the county.

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Jubilant scenes at Carrow Road after Norwich City beat Ipswich Town to seal a Wembley play-off date in 2015. 
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Norwich City have held the bragging rights over their bitter East Anglian rivals Ipswich Town for a number of years - but is that in danger of ending on Sunday at Carrow Road?

Norwich City manager Alex Neil knows it needs a slip up from the top six to get in the promotion mix. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Alex Neil admits Norwich City have reached crisis point in their Championship promotion bid.

Former Norwich City youngster Kyle McFadden is back in his native Ireland with Sligo Rovers. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Former Norwich City FA Youth Cup winner Kyle McFadden is not giving up hope of a return to English football, ahead of his League of Ireland debut with Sligo.

Norwich City assistant boss Alan Irvine is being touted with the vacant Rangers post. Picture: Jasonpix

Alan Irvine has emerged as a leading contender to take over at Glasgow giants Rangers.

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The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film The Red Shoes has been adapted by choreographer and director Mathew Bourne. Picture: Johan Persson

The 1948 Powell and Pressburger film about a ballerina torn between the ambitions of two men, is his latest acclaimed ballet adaptation, using the music of Hollywood composer Bernard Herrmann.

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England international Tymal Mills has sealed his first Indian Premier League contract. Picture: Clive Gee/PA Wire.

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Harleston Magpies took the Premier Division derby honours as they came away from relegation threatened Dereham with a hard-fought 2-0 victory.

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Harleston Magpies Ladies went marching on in the East Conference when they saw off visitors Chelmsford 3-1.


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Library image of Great Yarmouth power station at South Denes adjacent to the site of the proposed biomass station. 
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Five teenagers have been arrested in connection with far-right and anti-Semitic graffiti which was sprayed on shop windows in Long Stratton.

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