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The shark which was seen circling the waters of Diss Mere.

First it was rampaging geese, then a “monstrous” 100lb catfish – now, it seems, there has been a new creature menacing the locals around Diss Mere.

Norwich City

John Ruddy has revealed the burning desire to prove they belong in the Premier League is what drives Norwich City’s squad.

Steven Whittaker lashes home Norwich City's second in a 3-1 Premier League win at Sunderland. 
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Alex Neil serenely dealt with the fall-out from Lewis Grabban’s wobble at Rotherham but it’s Southampton counterpart Ronald Koeman who appears to have more cause for concern ahead of Norwich City’s Premier League trip.

Alex Neil has run the rule over Wolves' Benik Afobe.

Alex Neil is enjoying the cut and thrust of the final days of Norwich City’s summer-long transfer quest.

Congo's Dieumerci Mbokani in an African Cup of Nations match. Picture: AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell

Congolese striker Dieumerci Mbokani is reportedly flying to England to seal a season-loan loan to Norwich City.

Norwich City keeper John Ruddy still harbours England ambitions. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

John Ruddy insists he can force his way back into the England squad if he shines for Norwich City in the Premier League.

Norwich City defender Steven Whittaker 's goal at Sunderland helped equal a club-record 12 games unbeaten on the spin away from home. 
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Norwich City go in search of a club record at St Mary’s on Sunday that Alex Neil insists is a testament to his players rather than his methods.

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Nine out of 10 young drivers admitted that they hadn’t always given the road their undivided attention.

Young drivers are more likely to be distracted while driving than their grandparents, it is being claimed.

Nostalgia

Graham Uttin setting up his exhibition of train memorabilia at the King's Lynn Arts Centre. Picture: Ian Burt

Two west Norfolk transport enthusiasts are sharing their prized collections of model trains and vehicles at a special exhibition for King’s Lynn Arts Centre.

Business

Payments by one of Britain’s biggest banks have seized up on the day when millions are expecting to receive their salaries and ahead of the bank holiday weekend.

The 'Gherkin' and Canary Wharf at sunrise in the City of London. Picture: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

The best performance in 17 years from firms in areas such as accountancy, law and marketing helped Britain’s dominant services sector bounce back after a weak start to the year, CBI figures show.

Dennis Blackmore, Managing Director of Learning Resources in King's Lynn.

A business based in King’s Lynn has been exploring potential opportunities in Germany through an international network established to renew the town’s medieval trading ties.

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Date: Aug 2014. Picture: MIKE PAGE

Serco, the embattled outsourcing company, has landed an £85m contract extension at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).

Picture: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Sainsbury’s is to increase wages by 4pc for 137,000 employees from this weekend, the supermarket said.

KSD welders

A Great Yarmouth fabrication company is poised to double its workforce after winning a contract worth nearly £1m.

What's On

Visitors to the Aylsham Show on Monday should escape any Bank Holiday downpours.

14-year-old Aden Gerrens and his dad Barry in the band Adenland. Photo: Oliver Foxley.

Norwich-based band Adenland is set to perform at the Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival in Lancashire on Monday.

The West Runton elephant being

The life-size articulated model of the world-famous West Runton elephant will take another stroll on West Runton beach this bank holiday weekend.

Artist Antonella Beschomer, with GoGoDragon! Skipper which was inspired by the artwork around the Royal Arcade, and named after the Arcade's designer George Skipper. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY.

Dragon hunters who venture into Norwich’s Royal Arcade will find a mythological creature inspired by one of the city’s great architects.

Dirty Dancing's Jessie Hart and Lewis Kirk - who play Baby and Johnny in the stage show in Jarrold’s new-look fashion floor where they demonstrated their dance skills to a crowd of shoppers. Photo : Steve Adams

Stars of the musical Dirty Dancing have been showing off their moves at a Norwich department store.

Aylsham Show 2014. A young sheep handler awaits the judges decision.  Picture: ANTONY KELLY

East Anglia’s largest one-day agricultural show, returns to the Blickling Park on Bank Holiday Monday.

Sport

Lowestoft Town return to the comforts of home this afternoon as they look to bring an end to a three-match losing streak in National League North – and we’ll be there to bring you all the action.

East Coast Lady, a former Newmarket winner, goes in Great Yarmouths 3.15pm race.

The long awaited first meeting of the season gets under way at Great Yarmouth on Sunday afternoon with officials expecting a great crowd.

Action from Kirkley & Pakefield's 1-0 win at Fakenham Town, orange, last weekend. Picture: TONY MILES

Matt Blake struck a late equaliser to keep Norwich United in the FA Cup last night.

Dereham Town's Sam Borrer returns to action today. Picture: ROB COLMAN

Dereham Town are on their travels again as they aim to kickstart an FA Cup adventure.

Lowestoft Town goalkeeper Marcus Garnham
. Picture by Greg Kwasnik/Focus Images Ltd

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists he hasn’t got a difficult choice to make over his goalkeeper for the Blues’ clash at home to Corby Town this afternoon.

Wroxham manager 
Stewart Larter. 

Picture: James Bass

Wroxham begin their FA Cup journey with a Norfolk derby at Trafford Park.

We’ve chosen our Norwich City Man of the Match against Southampton - now it’s time for you to vote for yours.

Lewis Grabban - a brave, or foolish, move to cross Alex Neil.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m heartily sick of the transfer window. Whilst it’s a wonderful excuse for Sky to crank up the hyperbole and for Jim White to practice his hyperventilating, it’s a major distorting factor on the development of this season’s Premier League, particularly with the big kick-off occurring almost a month before deadline day.

Who would make your starting XI for Norwich City at Southampton?

Norwich City travel to Southampton on Sunday and we want to know who you would pick to start for the Canaries.

Nathan Redmond sees his shot blocked the last time Norwich City faced Southampton.

Southampton are next up in our Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers, Norwich City legends Darren Eadie, Jeremy Goss and Iwan Roberts and presenters Jake Humphrey, Simon Thomas and Chris Goreham.

Norwich Manager Alex Neil gives instructions to Lewis Grabban of Norwich during the Barclays Premier League match at the Stadium Of Light, Sunderland
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Is it any wonder football managers seem to hate the current transfer system, which sees the window shut four weeks into the season?

Norwich City mascot Captain Canary isn't in our photo quiz, but can you guess 20 of his colleagues from clubs across the country?

Some are good, some are bad and some are just odd. Can you identify which clubs these 20 mascots represent?

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