The refrain is a familiar one. The power in modern football now resides with players and agents.

Former EDP deputy editor Martin Kirby, now living in Catalonia, writes about the impact of its referendum vote.

It was another special weekend in the career of Norfolk triathlete Kimberly Morrison – who has become the 14th fastest British female Ironman competitor in history.

He may be 35 years old but the magic feet of Wes Hoolahan have still seen the talented Irish playmaker ranked among the top players in the Championship for the new edition of the popular Fifa video game series.

Tom Trybull insists Norwich City’s big-time reputation counts for nothing in the Championship.

It wasn’t the most glamorous of ties pulled out the hat but when Norwich City were paired with Brentford in the Carabao Cup immediate thoughts turned to a reunion with Sergi Canos.

Ryanair has published details of flights cancelled up to the end of next month.

Alex Tettey has seen plenty of comings and goings at Carrow Road and insists Daniel Farke’s Norwich City blueprint will take time.

Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts assembles another zany international cast of circus performers, streets artists and strange happenings this weekend. We preview what not to miss at what promises to be another weird weekend by the seaside.

The old adage that empty vessels make the most noise rang true again when the transfer window closed last week.

I am not proud of the fact that the last time I saw Sir Bobby Robson I asked him to autograph a Norwich v Ipswich team sheet. It’s not the ‘done thing’ for a journalist, you see.

Daniel Farke labels the mounting pressure on Steve Bruce ‘crazy’ but the Norwich City head coach admits it comes with the territory.

One minute he was enjoying a coffee on a summer’s afternoon in Barcelona, the next he was hiding inside a locked restaurant as terror swept across the city.

Growing up in Cromer, we called them grockles - the tourists who descended upon our town between Easter and September.

A new stall is cooking up a storm on Norwich Market.

A father and his two sons will be carrying out a screwball challenge to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) nook appeal.

He is one of the team behind the stunning BBC series Planet Earth II.

The best European wine holidays

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

As the summer holidays approach, Jeremy Dunn, chief wine tutor at Norfolk Wine School, explains why wine holidays are a great way to get to know a country or region and shares three of his favourite European wine holiday destinations and a wine recommendation from each to get you in the holiday spirit.

Jarrold department store has been standing in Norwich city centre since the early 1900s, but have you ever noticed these decorative details?

A group of young people are to be given the chance to create their very own literature festival after Writers’ Centre Norwich was awarded £40,000 in European Union funding for the project.

Calling all food and drink fanatics! Here’s a selection (there’s too many to list) of fabulous food and drink events happening across Norfolk this June. Any take your fancy?

Norwich City kept some esteemed company during the past season, mixing with the best clubs in Europe despite missing out on the Championship promotion race.

Few companies on the Top 100 list have had as eventful a year as Midwich.

As the Bank Holiday weekend approaches you might be wondering whether you’ll be basking in the sun with a BBQ or facing a total washout.

The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings you its 2017 Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix Review.

Alex Brundle can feel robbed of a decent haul of points in the latest World Endurance Championship race at Spa-Francorchamps after taking the lead in the LMP2 category halfway through the six-hour event.

Sergi Canos is already looking forward to next season at Brentford, having moved on from his Norwich City nightmare.

Nobody believed Ian Odgers when he told friends and family he was going to run the London Marathon.

Josh Files made the perfect start to his TCR German Championship title defence by winning the opening race at the Oschersleben Motorsport Arena.

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