Ian Clarke

Can you believe it's only 53 days since one of the greatest victories in Norwich City's 117-year history?

The Duchess of Cambridge is to officially open a new £10m children's hospice,

Tesco is to remove one billion pieces of plastic from products by the end of 2020 as it seeks to reduce its environmental impact, the UK's biggest retailer has announced.

Investigations are continuing into the death of a "compassionate and selfless grandmother" who was hit by a van on the edge of Norwich.

Updated A140 re-opens after car hits two horses

Monday, October 28, 2019

The A140 was closed in both directions for more than two hours this morning after a car hit some horses.

Asda customers will be encouraged to bring in their own refillable containers when shopping from next year in a bid to cut down on plastic waste.

It was a good day for a whole range of reasons down in Bournemouth.

For the second time this season I am worried about the Canaries.

A "keyboard warrior of the worst kind" launched a campaign of harassment against a Norfolk woman whose partner had been killed in a crash, a court heard.

The Debenhams store in Norwich city centre has reopened after being hit by flooding.

The new bishop of Norwich has called on the region's MPs to treat one another with respect as the debate over the type of language being used in Westminster and beyond rages on.

One of Norwich city centre's biggest shops is closed for a second day after flooding.

Quick question to start this week's column (and huge praise from me if you can get the answer without contacting Mr Google).

Drivers have been warned of long diversions while one of the busiest parts of the A47 is closed for roadworks.

We've had some great defenders at our club over the years.

We all knew this season would throw up plenty of big challenges for City.

Wells inshore lifeboat rescued four people and their dog when they were cut off by the tide on a sand bank.

Warm tributes are pouring in to a popular Norwich City fan who was killed in a crash on the Northern Distributor Road.

In all of Norwich City's 117-year history, there surely can never have been such positivity among fans after a 4-1 defeat.

The Bishop of Lynn is to address the congregation at Norwich Cathedral from the top of the 50ft helter skelter.

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