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There is a former Norwich City manager, who will remain nameless, that had a vastly different approach to blooding youngsters compared with Daniel Farke.

Norwich City’s scouting brains aim to stay one step ahead of the pack again this summer.

Max Aarons’ emergence as Norwich City’s first choice right-back has earned him England youth recognition – but Aarons knows he faces plenty of competition at international level.

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If you are a fan of podcasts than the show No Such Thing As A Fish will not be a new name to you.

A new film about the exploits of former prisoner of war turned legendary goalkeeper Bert Trautmann will have its most avid viewer in Norfolk where his son works alongside the cutting-edge F-35 jets at RAF Marham.

Members of a youth theatre group are busy rehearsing what they hope will be another great musical in Dereham.

Big screen entertainment is set to mean something different than live sports when a Norwich pub turns into a pop-up old fashion picture palace.

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With international matches apparently/allegedly occupying the minds of football supporters, it’s perhaps time to look at the effect on the local football scene.

Dereham gained a superb 3-2 victory over Bury that should go a long way to help them remain in the Ryman North division.

Lowestoft Town will be aiming to take another big step towards safety after picking up two tremendous results against fellow strugglers.

The third and final act of a vital week for King’s Lynn Town takes place in Stratford today – and with a new addition to the squad.

A gymnast from Norwich has vaulted his way to gold at the Special Olympics World Games.

Business

Bailiffs have changed the locks on a Norwich phone shop that still has stock inside.

A conservatory firm has collapsed leaving hundreds of thousands of pounds in debt.

A Norwich-based family jewellers has created a nappy cream lid with more than a little sparkle as a tribute to expectant mum the Duchess of Sussex.

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Three flats given the ‘designer London look’ are believed to be among the most expensive to hit the rental market in Norwich – with the biggest available for £3,000 a month.

He hated wearing his seatbelt if it creased his shirt and he’s been tempted to check his phone when waiting at the lights, but men don’t have to take risks, says former Norwich footballer Darren Eadie

It was a wartime escape immortalised by Hollywood. But for one Norfolk-based airman turned ‘great escaper’ misfortune turned out to be the most astonishing stroke of good fortune in a wartime career crammed with incident. Seventy-five years on from the most remarkable mass prisoner of war breakout of the Second World War, Steve Snelling charts a saga of survival that all but beggars belief

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A 19-year-old convicted of being involved in a knife attack on a man in a Norwich flat has been warned he faces a “very long custodial sentence” after being found guilty.

A customer at a Norwich Tesco almost swallowed a sharp piece of plastic inside an own brand noodle pot.

A finalist on MasterChef: The Professionals is set to open a new Italian restaurant in the city.

The glory days could soon be back at what was once known as the fishermen’s local pub in Cromer.

A popular Norwich bakery and cafe is expanding to a stall on Norwich Market.