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Baseball had it all. It had Babe Ruth, it had one of sport’s greatest quotes (say it ain’t so, Joe). It had notoriety, glamour, history.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his Carrow Road verdict

The only way to find the cheapest rail ticket is to throw all logic out of the window.

Russell Martin will become just the 23rd player to play 300 matches for Norwich City if he plays against Brighton tonight.

Independent chartered accountants and business advisers Whiting & Partners has expanded further with its second merger in six months.

Suffolk-based cleanroom and healthcare consumables manufacturer Nitritex has been acquired by the Australian group Ansell in a deal valued at £57m.

The man changed with murdering 48-year-old Dzilva Butiene has been remanded to appear in court tomorrow.

King’s Lynn boss Dale Allitt admitted they were left to rue a slow start after slipping to a 50-42 defeat at Rye House on Saturday night.

The world’s most famous engine the Flying Scotsman will be returning to the region after cancelling its previous visit over fears spectators would get too close to the tracks.

As financial crises threatens the future of some of the country’s most cherished religious buildings, Norwich Cathedral reveals how it is bucking the trend.

Dashcam footage has captured the moment after a drink-driver launched her car in the air, trapping herself and her 19-month child inside after speeding over a roundabout in Cambridgeshire.

Do you recognise any of Norfolk’s old beauty and carnival queens?

It’s 60 years since the Colin Chapman inspired iconic Lotus Seven hit the streets and it’s fitting that its lineage continues with the Caterham 7 Championships starting the models Diamond celebrations off at Snetterton this weekend.

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society’s future sponsorship relationship with Norwich City “remains under review”, despite the chain’s plans to rebrand by the start of next season.

Workers arriving in The Fens from countries such as Lithuania are being warned about possible exploitation before they leave home, a Government minister said today.

The government’s mooted plan to split the current franchise’s Norwich-Liverpool route at Nottingham strikes uncomfortably close to my livelihood: were the split one station closer to Norwich I might have to quit my job.

The East Midland Rail franchise is due to end in March 2018. It is reported the government is minded to axe the hourly Norwich to Liverpool Lime Street service from the new franchise.

The controversial Checkatrade Trophy still has a strong future, English Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey has said.

Natwest has opened its flagship branch in Norwich, nearly two years after taking on the lease - though its two other city-centre banks have closed.

The RSPCA received more calls from concerned people about animal cruelty and neglect across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire in 2016 compared with the previous year.

A transport minister will hear the case for improving the A47 at a business breakfast in West Norfolk.

A steam engine making its way to the North Norfolk Railway travelled through the region on Thursday.

An agreement to move forward work to improve rail capacity through the Ely area has taken a significant step forward thanks to funding from two local enterprise partnerships (LEPs).

King’s Lynn hosts its first meeting of the season this weekend when a big crowd is expected for Simon Lambert’s testimonial meeting.

Norwich and Peterborough Building Society says it will “remain flexible” on the deadline for its current account holders to find new banks, after concerns were raised that other providers could not cope with the influx of new customers.

Fenland Park is a mess. It’s overgrown; the former home of Wisbech Town Football Club is not so much weedy as a jungle.

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid refused to be drawn today on whether he supported MP Steve Barclay’s call for the chairman of the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to step aside pending an inquiry.

Teenagers leaving Norfolk County Council’s care are no longer being housed in new placements with controversy-hit Sixteen Plus after a series of concerns were raised about living conditions and services.

Norwich Dragons were held to a frustrating 4-4 draw by visitors Bromley and Beckenham in the Premier Division – after being ahead four times.

Highways bosses are considering building new stretches of road either north or south of the current A47 at Hockering and south of the current A47 between Blofield and North Burlingham.

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