Ian Clarke

Well we’ve got to week four and hopefully you’re still finding these Dad jokes helpful in putting a smile on your face.

It’s now just over a month since we last saw Norwich City in action.

The Queen will use her address to the nation to recognise the pain felt by many families living through this “time of disruption” caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

We know life is proving really tough in so many ways - but we’re increasingly finding people are enjoying a bit of light relief from the worrying news.

One day we’re talking about Tim Krul’s heroics to send Norwich City through to the FA Cup quarter final and the next thing you know we’re watching videos of Tommy Trybull doing keepy ups with a loo roll and Korey Smith performing amazing tricks with a tea bag.

We had some good feedback to our first set of Dad jokes aimed at giving everyone some relief during these tough times.

We’re living in troubled times with everyone’s lives turned upside down by the coronavirus outbreak.

The family of Norfolk TV celebrity Caroline Flack have revealed moving details of her funeral service.

I reckon it was at about 2.30pm on Sunday, February 23 when for the first time I really thought Norwich were heading back to the Championship.

Updated Delays on A11 after crash

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Drivers faced delays on the A11 after a crash this morning.

Caroline Flack’s family has released a powerful message the TV presenter wrote days before she died, but was advised not to share on social media.

Exclusive news to start this week - Jurgen Klopp really was away during the winter break.

For as long as I can remember, City fans have enjoyed having a good moan about Match Of The Day.

I needed cheering up on Monday evening with a plum home FA Cup draw for Norwich City.

Two youths have been arrested after an arson attack on a children’s playground.

A lorry driver is due to go on trial today following the death of a pedestrian.

A court is today due to decide how much money should be clawed back from three men who were part of a gang that “deliberately and unscrupulously” trafficked children to sell drugs on the streets of Great Yarmouth.

The Canaries’ Trust has warned that fans are falling out of love with football due to the “fiasco” of VAR.

The Queen and other members of the royal family have attended the Sunday morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham estate.

More than 130,000 drivers were caught speeding in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire in 2018-19, a study has revealed.

The Bishop of Norwich the Rt Revd Graham Usher has written to the Norfolk and Waveney MPs in the wake of the general election, to offer his prayerful support and encourage them to address particular concerns.

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