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Aerial pictures have shown the destruction caused to a Hemsby fish and chip shop after a blaze tore through it yesterday.

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Alex Neil faces an anxious wait to assess the extent of Youssouf Mulumbu’s foot injury after the midfielder hobbled off in the closing stages of Saturday’s pre-season winning finale against Brentford at Carrow Road.

Youssouf Mulumbu suffered a foot injury in Norwich's 2-1 pre-season friendly win over Brentford. 
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Youssouf Mulumbu’s second half injury proved a sour footnote to Norwich City’s friendly win against Brentford in their final pre-season finale ahead of the Premier League kick-off.

Alex Neil has completed his fifth summer signing with a deal for free agent keeper Jake Kean. 
Picture: Antony Kelly

Norwich City have confirmed the signing of former Blackburn keeper Jake Kean, who arrives on a two-year deal to become Alex Neil’s fifth summer addition.

Norwich City's new signing Robbie Brady with his Republic of Ireland team-mate Wes Hoolahan.
 Picture: Antony Kelly

Norwich City new boy Robbie Brady revealed the Canaries were always his number one choice.

Norwich City duo Seb Bassong and Alex Tettey share a joke at training on Friday.
 Picture: Antony Kelly

Norwich City’s boss Alex Neil aims to make the most of one last chance to get the perfect blend for Crystal Palace’s opening-day Premier League visit in Saturday’s pre-season climax against Brentford at Carrow Road.

NCFC training session at Colney.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Photographer Antony Kelly was at Norwich City’s Colney training centre on Friday as the players prepared for their game against Brentford.

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Simon Gray, managing director of Credo Asset Finance.

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Bernie Reddington, her son Chris and guide dog Ashley attempt to negotiate the A-boards in Gentleman's Walk. 
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

Norwich’s status as a Fine City is being threatened because of street clutter, graffiti and flyposting, civic watchdogs have warned.

Business

The region’s high street retailers have reported a slowdown in summer sales as a result of fewer people hitting the shops.

E & SJ Walpole's North Pickenham site was struck by a fire in November. The commercial side of its business in Dereham is now expanding. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A firm which was struck by a devastating fire is set to expand part of its operation due to increased business.

A campaign has begun to save the HSBC bank in Reepham. Pictured are (from left) Michele Savage, Michelle Sambrooks, Brenda Gostling, Sally Jones, Jules Allen and Tom Oakley. Picture: Ian Burt

Reepham needs a bank. That is the message campaigners want to drive home after HSBC confirmed it would close its branch in the town’s Market Place in October.

John Maxey in the Wisbech auction hall

The new National Living Wage has dealt a hammer blow to a Wisbech auction house which is blaming the compulsory pay rise for a decision to close this autumn.

A computer-generated image of how the Sizewell complex will look after construction of Sizewell C.

Development of Sizewell C took a huge step forward today as the companies were announced that will build its sister nuclear power station in Somerset.

File photo dated 28/10/14 of members of the public using cash machines at a branch of Lloyds Bank in the City of London, as the state-backed bank added £1.4 billion to its bill for compensating customers mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI). PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday July 31, 2015. But Lloyds was still able to report a 38% rise in pre-tax profits for the first half of the year to £1.19 billion and announce a 0.75p dividend for shareholders, amounting to £535 million. See PA story CITY Lloyds. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

State-backed Lloyds Banking Group has added £1.4bn to its bill for compensating customers mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).

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You cannot be serious! A super speedy duck inspired by tennis star John McEnroe has paddled to victory on the River Wensum for the second year in a row.

Norfolk Arts Award finalist: Marcus Patteson and Sistema in Norwich. Photo: Pete Huggins.

Leading lights in our county’s arts scene are set to be honoured when the Norfolk Arts Awards returns in September.

Last Night of the Blickling Proms supports Veterans Norfolk Concertgoers watch a choreographed Spitfire flying display

A summer music concert in north Norfolk will again be raising fundraising for a military veterans charity.

Saturday's EDP will be GoGoDragons! ballistic with extra stickers and sticker book vouchers.
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Dragon fans are set for a big weekend of sticker fun thanks to two special offers in Saturday’s Eastern Daily Press.

Getting ready for The Grand Norwich Duck Race, organisers, artists and sponsors prepare at The Ribs of Beef.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

A colourful and quirky array of decorated ducks are preparing to take to the water to raise funds for children’s charity Break.

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Swashbuckling fun with medieval stalls, demonstrations and lots of fun is planned for tomorrow, August 1, when St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth holds a medieval day.

Sport

Former captain Jamie Godbold returns to Lowestoft Town with his AFC Sudbury team this afternoon.

Action from the Norfolk Basketball Festival at the Sportspark, Norwich.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

After a last minute venue change due to safety concerns caused by a typical English summer, the Norfolk Basketball Festival – in partnership with the Solar Shed and the Norfolk Awards – got started as scheduled at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich, writes Diccon Lloyd-Smeath.

Sophie Alden, centre, on top of the junior podium at the British Triathlon Championships in Liverpool.

The budding career of Hellesdon triathlete Sophie Alden has been given a major boost after the 17-year-old was crowned the British junior women’s champion.

East Anglian Premier League cricket Swardeston ( batting ) against Great Witchingham - bowler Jimmy Hale.Photo:Steve Adams

A fine display in front of Norfolk captain Chris Brown has helped Great Witchingham’s James Hale land a county call-up.

Stars boss Rob Lyon. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn boss Rob Lyon is confident his riders’ confidence has not been damaged by their poor away record in 2015.

Norfolk's women celebrate their Group Two success in the Summer County Cup at Cromer, from left, Vianne Palffry, Maddie Brooks, Ami Partridge, Rosie Pooley on shoulders of Lucy Brooks, Olivia Nicholls, Karen Highfield and Sam Noble.

Norfolk’s women will compete in Group One of the Summer County Cup for the first time in 25 years next summer, after sealing promotion in style.

It’s fantasy football time again. That period when many football fans will be making mental wish-lists of those their team should sign and those they should ditch.

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