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Six men have been arrested after an attempted robbery at Winsor Bishop in Norwich this morning.

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The body of a woman believed to be that of missing Norfolk holidaymaker Suzanne Hughes has been found in the sea near Holland.

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Robbie Brady is adamant he has joined a Norwich City squad who will prove they belong in the big time ahead of Saturday’s opening day Premier League test against Crystal Palace.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil is relaxed about his Premier League bow. 
Picture: Antony Kelly.

Alex Neil knows how big his first crack at the Premier League is but the Norwich City manager insists he has faced a bigger challenge in his brief managerial career.

Norwich's Russell Martin, Andre Wisdom and Steven Whittaker
Credit: Action Images / Andrew Couldridge

The developers of a popular gaming app with millions of users have announced a partnership with Norwich City FC.

Jonny Howson plays the ball with Russell Martin watching on - two Norwich City players who will return to the Premier League this season knowing exactly what it's all about. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City are the club primed to make the most of their Premier League return – that’s according to Danny Murphy.

Norwich City's Under-21 manager Dmitri Halajko (left) will take charge of the club's second Premier League International Cup bid. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City’s Under-21 squad will once again feature in the Premier League International Cup this season.

Gary Hooper did not feature against Brentford in Norwich City's pre-season finale. 
Picture by Daniel Hambury/Focus Images Ltd

Alex Neil is not looking to cull his strikeforce ahead of Norwich City’s Premier League bow.

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Vending machines at St Augustines Swimming Pool, 1963 (Down Memory Lane, May 20). Andy Pownall recognised himself on the left of the picture and John Edser at the machine. John and he were at the time Deputy Head Boy and Head Boy respectively at the Hewett School. John had qualified to teach lifesaving in 1963 and Andy had a Standard 8 car which came in useful for conveying fellow students to the swimming pool.

It’s time to look back at some previous archive features for which readers have been able to supply new information or explanations.

Nostalgia

Olive and Bernard Rayner from Thetford celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary

When Olive and Bernard Rayner met in Ranworth, it was love at first sight.

Business

A former Tesco commercial director is to replace outgoing Kettle Foods chief Dominic Lowe who is to retire after four years at the helm.

Picture: Richard Pohle/The Times/PA Wire

The number of people working nights has increased to more than three million since the recession and is set to rise further because of plans to extend services and the NHS, according to a new report.

Ryanair passengers rise. Picture: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Budget carrier Ryanair said it became the first airline to fly more than 10m international passengers in a month as its customer service overhaul continues to boost business.

Chris Durdin

Former RSPB employee Chris Durdin began organising wildlife holidays in an era when green tourism was far less mainstream.

Ross Mendham of Bare Naked Noodles.

Holland and Barratt, Morrisons and now Waitrose, the health-loving Wymondham entrepreneur behind Bare Naked Foods has seen his business grow into a national brand.

Helen Kirkham, from Thorpe St Andrew, has launched her Mrs Gleam cleaning products after she got fed up with harsh, chemical-filled products on the market.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Entrepreneur Helen Kirkham has achieved her dream of stocking her range of family-friendly cleaning products in supermarkets across the region.

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A unique portrait celebrating the vibrancy and diversity of Norwich’s Magdalen Street has been created by photographer Katherine Mager.

GoGoDragon! Bling. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

GoGoDragons! are almost everywhere you look in Norwich this summer, and each one is a unique work of art. In the first of a two-part series about the 84 colourful characters in Break’s charity art trail, arts correspondent EMMA KNIGHTS gives a snapshot of 42 of the dragons’ stories.

The Sonics

It’s taken the Sonics nearly half a century to release their latest album. And it’s taken them even longer than that to find their way to Norfolk.

The Great Norwich Duck Race in aid of BREAK.

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.

Sport

Lewis Kerr on the speedway track. Picture: Ian Burt

A support fund set up for injured King’s Lynn speedway star Lewis Kerr has stormed passed its fundraising target of £2,000 in less than 24 hours and stood at close to £4,000 on Wednesday morning.

Lewis Kerr. Picture: Ian Burt

A support fund set up to help speedway star Lewis Kerr and his family has raised £1,400 towards the £2,000 target in just hours.

Carter Cup semi-final action between Brooke (Batting) and Swardeston. Another wicket for Michael Eccles

Paceman Michael Eccles ripped through Brooke’s top order as Swardeston powered their way into the Carter Cup final yesterday.

Niels-Kristian Iversen won the first heat of the night. Picture: Ian Burt

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Carter Cup semi-final action between Brooke (Batting) and Swardeston. Matt Collinge is bowled by Michael Eccles.

Adam Todd took his fine form for Norfolk into the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League as Vauxhall Mallards comfortably saw off Saffron Walden after being skittled out for just 129.

Jonny Howson in action during the pre-season friendly against West Ham. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

It seems wrong to even suggest this, especially when you consider the stigma attached to the Stoke City style of play, but Norwich City need to use their rise to Premier League solidarity as primary inspiration for this coming season.

Wes Hoolahan in action during the pre-season friendly against FC Augsburg. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

The first game of the season is so close you can smell the plastic wrapping on the vast amount of DVDs being peddled by the club shop.

Norwich City manager Alex Neil celebrates with the play-off trophy at Wembley.

It feels like an age since that wonderful Bank Holiday Monday at Wembley, as if this momentous event in the club’s history is already being looked back on in the same way the 1959 FA Cup run is by those who were lucky enough to be there.

Norwich City fans celebrate Cameron Jerome's goal at Wembley.
Picture: Simon Finlay

Look, I know that the cynics in you will say that what happened at Wembley in May 2015 is now done and dusted and that we should all move on and confine it to the history books, that we should concentrate on the future and forget the past and all its glory.

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