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It could almost be the plot of a classic festive film: a kind gesture from a mysterious stranger who vanishes before being thanked.

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Daniel Farke refused to get embroiled in a verbal spat with Lee Johnson after the Bristol City boss labelled the decision not to dismiss Alex Tettey a ‘joke’ in the Canaries’ 2-2 Championship draw.

Norwich City had a tough time at Bristol City – and Max Aarons knows that is the new reality for the Championship promotion hopefuls.

Ipswich Town have been linked with a loan move for Norwich City midfielder Ben Marshall.

Our latest Norwich City player watch kept a close eye on young defender BEN GODFREY during Saturday evening’s 2-2 draw at Bristol City.

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A group of figure skaters have strut their stuff on Norwich’s ice rink, showing everyone what perfect balance and finesse on the ice really looks like.

“I’ve smiled so much my face hurts,” laughed the lady sitting next to my son after singing her heart out in the closing moments of Aladdin at Norwich Theatre Royal.

From a pop-up ice rink to vegan Christmas fair, festivities are in full swing across Norfolk with plenty of events taking place across the county this week.

Heading to Norfolk to play the Emperor in this year’s Norwich Theatre Royal panto, Aladdin, was like a homecoming for actor Alex Delamere – for he has been coming to the county since he was a baby.

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It’s as you were in the Anglian Combination Premier Division as the top-of-the-table clash between Long Stratton and Caister ended in a goalless stalemate.

There are few things that a manager, particularly a former defender, loves more than a clean sheet – unless it’s one of his back four getting on the scoresheet with a goal worthy of any of his strikers.

King’s Lynn Town extended their unbeaten league run to a dozen games as they beat high winds, driving rain, the bitter cold and a stubborn Rushall Olympic side 3-0.

Lowestoft Town midfielder Andrew Fisk is likely to miss the festive period due to a recurrence of a hamstring injury.

King’s Lynn Town have signed young striker Charlie Clarke on a short-term deal.

Business

A north Norfolk family business has won gold at a prestigious awards ceremony for a product which ensures both parents and newborns get to sleep like babies.

Laws around debt are out of date and in need of modernisation, argues Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert.com.

Christmas shoppers are heading to a new store in north Norfolk that offers the personal touch not available on social media.

Features

Donovan Blake is one of the family of faces on ITV Anglia’s main news programme ‘ITV News Anglia Tonight’. He’s the Sports Correspondent and has been working with the broadcaster for the last eighteen years. Originally from Manchester, Donovan started his journalism career at Jarrold’s News Agency in Ipswich. He also worked for Suffolk County Council as a Press Officer and was Sports Editor for the Ipswich radio station SGR FM prior to joining ITV. He talks to Gina Long

Nigel Pickover cruises past verdant icy landscapes, whales, glaciers and magnificent mountains on the trip of a lifetime

An East Anglian farmers’ leader is cautioning against creating a post-Brexit divide between those able to afford food reared and grown to a high standard in the UK and those who can’t.

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A primary school, whose parking system has been branded “lethal” by parents, has vowed to introduce new safety measures.

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a collision in Thetford.

The East of England has been told to brace itself for a cold weekend after a yellow weather warning for ice and snow was issued by the Met Office.

Daniel Farke needed just four words to sum up what it means to lead Norwich City - ‘my heart is yellow’.