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Follow all the build-up, live score, action and reaction as we bring you full coverage of Norwich City’s 2018-19 EFL Championship clash with Bristol City, in our Matchday Live blog from Carrow Road.

Mario Vrancic returns on the bench for Norwich City’s Championship promotion clash against Bristol City but Daniel Farke names an unchanged starting line up from the team that hammered Bolton Wanderers 4-0.

Norwich City boss Daniel Farke is in no rush to fast track either Moritz Leitner or Philip Heise into his frontline plans.

At Carrow Road in early December, City made a meal of beating Bolton, surrendering a two-goal lead and only claiming the points through a Teemu Pukki strike late in injury time.

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Will Lady Gaga be recognised for her performance in A Star is Born or will Glenn Close win her first ever award? Our arts editor gives his views on this year’s Oscars.

Choreographer Richard Alston’s Dance Company took to the stage at the Theatre Royal in Norwich on Friday night [22 February].

Stephen Fry is set to appear as a special guest in the new series of Doctor Who.

Wrestling and film buffs of all ages packed out Cinema City on Friday night for an early screening of Fighting with My Family.

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Can Dereham keep their run going? Will Wroxham stay in the race? Who wins the big Anglian Combination match of the day? CHRIS LAKEY takes a look at this weekend’s local football action

Norwich City’s LGBT+ supporters group is preparing to celebrate its fifth birthday with the launch of a new campaign to help tackle LGBT-phobia on the football terraces and in the playground.

World record holder Tom Bosworth spoke to Mark Armstrong about carrying the race walking scene and his burning ambition for gold in Tokyo 2020

Ian Culverhouse will tell his players to heed the phrase “lies, damned lies and statistics” as King’s Lynn Town head to bottom club Bedworth United.

Having now written articles for the EDP and Run Anglia for what will be two years come May, I have tried to vary my columns in the hope of keeping them informative, thought provoking and at times a little historical particularly when writing about some of the events of Norfolk athletics past or indeed people who have been great ambassadors for our sport.

Business

Finding the motivation to go to the gym for a workout is something many of us struggle with.

Trading standards officers have warned people to be on their guard after report of doorstep cold callers selling household cleaning products.

This week our reader wants to know if they have to pay the pension contribution increase in April. Carl Lamb, managing director of Almary Green, responds.

Features

Peter McDermott shares his expert growing tips.

Nobody wants to pay to heat their home when they’re not there, but we all want a warm house to come home to – does Smart heating mean we can have both?

Fast fashion needs a long term ‘fix’ to minimise the affect it’s having on our planet, says Emily Cotton.

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Bags of dog poo were left at a children’s park in Norfolk just days after another play area in the county was targeted.

Speed on a section of the A140 is set to be reduced to 30mph as work begins in earnest on a £4.4m roundabout to replace a crossroads that at is a notorious crash blackspot.

A Norfolk couple said they are at their wits end after ‘intimidating and nasty’ bailiffs turned up at their home to recover fines incurred after their number plates were cloned.