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Among the many big games approaching for Norwich City during the final weeks of the season, one stands out for young star Max Aarons.

Sitting enjoying a wonderful performance of Verdi’s Requiem by the Norwich Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir recently, the inadequacies of St Andrew’s Hall soon became apparent.

It’s 25 years since women were first ordained to be Church of England Priests - and it’s something to celebrate, say two Norfolk women ordained into priesthood a quarter of a century ago who remember what it was like waiting to get the news that equality had been granted.

Daniel Farke has issued a warning to his ‘rule breaking’ Norwich City not to let standards drop against Swansea City.

A familiar face to bus passengers around the county has been honoured with a special award for keeping Norfolk moving for nearly 50 years.

Clyde Brown was just 21 when he worked on the British Concorde prototype (Concorde 002), which would make its maiden flight on April 9, 1969 from Filton near Bristol.

Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.

Guest columnist MATT GUY looks at the importance of Norwich City’s fringe players over the next dozen games

Todd Cantwell is ruled out of Norwich City’s Championship test at Millwall with a quad injury.

Daniel Farke is stopping short of banning his Norwich City players mentioning the P-word but wants fans to keep dreaming of the Premier League.

Daniel Farke told a Norwich City fans’ forum there might come a point when supporters get bored of his endless ‘passing, passing, passing’ style. Not a chance.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 3-2 Championship win against Bristol City.

Just 12 months ago, our region was in the thick of a cold snap, days before the arrival of heavy snow and the Beast from the East.

Daniel Farke was not interested in downplaying the significance of Norwich City’s 3-2 comeback against Bristol City - a result he felt secured a Championship play-off spot.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his Bristol City verdict after the Canaries’ stirring 3-2 Championship comeback win

Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell is calling on fans to lead a special tribute to little “superhero” Denver Clinton who lost his battle with cancer last week.

Can Norwich City end Bristol City’s Championship winning surge? Get in the mood with video, quotes, betting odds, predicted line-ups and squad news.

Bristol City assistant head coach Jamie McAllister insists Norwich City is not a one-man team, although stopping Teemu Pukki is a top priority in Saturday’s Championship promotion showdown.

It has been quite a week for young Norfolk rugby player Jack van Poortvliet.

I can’t remember a season when there have been so many late, late goals.

A team from a Norfolk high school is set to compete in the final of a LEGO® robotics competition, with a chance to go on and battle for the global title in America.

The fate of Norfolk’s HMV stores has been revealed as auditors KPMG revealed which 27 stores would be axed from the chain.

The fate of Norfolk’s HMV stores has been revealed as auditors KPMG revealed which 27 stores would be axed from the chain.

Norfolk-born Brexit-backer Sir James Dyson is to relocate the Dyson head office from the UK to Singapore.

Two contestants on the new series of Channel 4’s Hunted stayed at a friend’s caravan in Cromer to evade capture.

Daniel Farke felt Grant Hanley’s early red card was harsh on Norwich City in a 1-0 FA Cup third round defeat to Portsmouth at Carrow Road.

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Daniel Farke was left to count the cost to his depleted squad after a breathless 3-3 Championship Boxing Day comeback against Nottingham Forest at Carrow Road.

Scrooge is one Christmas fable Daniel Farke is more than happy to see endure on his watch, when it comes to Norwich City’s defensive approach.

It’s a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

However unexpected it may be, Norwich City are in prime promotion position as the halfway point of the season approaches today – but a statement result at Blackburn would really get yellow hearts racing.

Getting a result without playing well is key to any promotion push, so while it was disappointing to see City have to come from behind having led, albeit somewhat undeservedly, at Ashton Gate, the fact that they garnered a point from a game they could so easily have lost is a real positive.

Norwich City Council did not apply to be part of a multi-million pound scheme to tackle rough sleeping - because they believed it would not go far enough.

It’s a worrying truth that the planet is in trouble. But by making small green choices everyday, householders are making a difference.

After a spirited response to draw 2-2 at Bristol City, David Freezer assesses the Canaries’ Championship progress as the halfway point of the season approaches.

If ever one image summed up Norwich City at present it was the sight of an exhausted Christoph Zimmermann gulping in air with his hands on his knees deep inside the penalty box.

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.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 2-2 comeback at Bristol City

Flu-hit Norwich City had to dig deep to grab a point in a 2-2 Championship draw at Bristol City that extended their unbeaten league run to 10 games.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict Ashton Gate

Norwich City showed their fighting spirit yet again to draw 2-2 at Bristol City and stretch their unbeaten run to 10 games – but it wasn’t enough to climb back above Leeds at the top of the table.

Top spot in the Championship table may have slipped away but Norwich City fans were still full of praise for the efforts of the Canaries players to fight back and earn a 2-2 draw at Bristol City.

Campaigners wanting to highlight a lack of action over climate change took part in a ‘funeral’ procession and ‘die-in’ beneath Norwich’s tunnel of light.

Q: What have you made of the season so far – is Lee Johnson still the right man for the Robins?

The sight of Teemu Pukki bearing down on goal is one few Championship goalkeepers will relish at the moment and Norwich City’s striker is looking forward to pitting his wits against Bristol City’s number one this weekend.

Teemu Pukki is loving life under Daniel Farke as Norwich City set their sights on continuing their brilliant away form in Bristol this weekend.

It could be the beginning of the end for trendy ‘super-food’ avocado breakfasts as the ingredient might soon be a lot harder to get hold of in the UK

Lines might be on the agenda this week at Colney to ensure no repeat of the case of mistaken identity involving Jamal Lewis against Rotherham.

Norwich City Council Green Party group leader Denise Carlo on why Norwich needs to become carbon-neutral in the next decade.

Jack Yule was unable to repair the damage after a poor start to his final Europro Tour event of the season.

What once was an office block on Prince of Wales Road in Norwich is now a plush apartment development brought to the city by Regency Residential and more than half way to being completely sold out. So what do these one, two and three bedroom homes at Grosvenor House, ranging in price from £154,375 to £284,950, have to offer?

Films with re-watch value, movies with a unique quality, will become the classics of the future. Arts editor Andrew Clarke presents a series of idiosyncratic suggestions for movies that may entertain if you are in the mood for something different.

Introducing the finalists in the Large Business category of the Norfolk Business Awards 2018, sponsored by City College Norwich – and what our judges thought of them.

Pig out and help raise money for Nelson’s Journey at Porkstock 2018.

Thetford Town Council are proposing a number of measures to prevent illegal encampments and vehicles accessing the commons.

A new rector for the Thetford Benefice has said he is “delighted” to be starting in his new role.

In 1978 a small company with one truck took a job to transport Bob Marley to Ibiza. Forty years on the iconic black and gold lettered trucks of Transam Trucking can now be seen at gigs and festivals across Europe.

After last year’s sell-out event, Let’s Rock Norwich! has announced its 2019 line-up.

The low roar of Jaguar E-Type engines is filling the Norfolk air as a small fleet of the classic automobiles cruises through the county to help fight prostate cancer.

You’ll need to have a little patience on Friday morning as Take That tickets go on sale.

As Norwich City’s season continue to follow a rather recognisable pattern, David Freezer assesses the lessons learned from the Carabao Cup exploits of Daniel Farke’s first campaign in charge of the Canaries.

A Great British Bake Off contestant and top chefs from across the county are heading to the Norfolk Showground for Porkstock 2018.

As Freshers flood to university for their first week away from home, it’s time to take a look at some television shows which focus on students. From Fresh Meat to The Young Ones, Bad Education to Clique, relive your uni days in front of the box.

Victims said the horror of what they experienced at St George’s School in Norfolk and Suffolk still lives with them 40 years later.

Review: A night with....Sian Websdale and Harry Quirk at the Seagull Theatre, Pakefield

An East Anglian company specialising in mobile payments has been named as one of just 20 businesses selected for a national fintech programme delivered for the treasury.

Take a walk on the weird side, discover more about Norfolk’s rich folklore, hear ghost stories and legends, make a lucky charm to ward off bad dreams and celebrate the county’s oddities during this year’s Heritage Open Days, which has chosen Weird Norfolk for one of its main themes.

Guest reviewing for us throughout The Great British Bake Off is chef Richard Hughes who enjoys a surreal week in which contestants made Mount Fuji, Bristol, the London Marathon, Kilimanjaro and Las Vegas out of...biscuit.

Thanks to the scorchingly hot summer, the bars and pubs in Norwich have been filled with drinkers sharing their sun-drenched afternoons on social media.

Norwich Airport has been named among the top 10 in the UK in a consumer poll.

Castle Mall’s £3m redevelopment is bringing three new restaurants to Norwich, but what are they?

A poll of thousands of people has found that Norwich is more popular than major cities including Manchester and Birmingham.

It was all smiles at Thetford Grammar School as the pupils achieved an 100pc pass rate.

The hotly anticipated Ivy Brasserie is about to open its doors, so we took a sneak peak inside to find out what you can expect.

You’ll be feeling sky high after a night of musical tribute to mark 100 years of the Royal Air Force.

A mother and her three-year-old daughter endured a nightmare journey from Norwich and were left stranded for nearly 30 hours as they were passed between recovery teams by the RAC’s breakdown service.

Wine lovers rejoice as Norwich is set to get a cafe dedicated to your favourite tipple.

Striking figures, iconic architecture and geometric masterpieces await visitors to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts’ Sculpture Park. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more.

An Eccles man who is just one of 60 people in the UK to have had a four-organ transplant has urged people to talk to their family members about donating after death.

A bright pink bus emblazoned with the words “become a pork lover” has prompted a vegan protest in Norwich city centre.

A Suffolk MP has spoken about his “deeply personal” reasons for respecting the NHS during his maiden speech as health secretary.

A group of young people at Latitude, working with the Eastern Daily Press/Creative Nation in the Inbetweeners project area went out and about at the festival to find out what people made of the Suffolk event.

Controversial proposals which would see the conversion of a Norwich church into flats have been revived.

A Norwich University of the Arts student is set to work on the forthcoming Shaun the Sheep Movie 2 after impressing filmmakers at the famous Aardman Animations studio.

Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of State has accepted an application by Orsted Hornsea Project Three (UK) Ltd of 5 Howick Place, London, SW1 P 1 WG (“the Applicant”) for a Development Consent Order under the Planning Act 2008. The Application (Reference No. EN010080) was submitted by the Applicant to the Secretary of State do the Planning Inspectorate on 14 May 2018 and was accepted on 8 June 2018.

The founders of one of Norwich’s best-known restaurants have put the business up for sale as they prepare to bow out of the industry.

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Miss Saigon star Ashley Gilmour - who plays American GI Chris - looks forward to playing every new venue on the musical’s mega tour - but Norfolk will be particularly special: it’s the place he calls home.

Train enthusiasts in Norfolk will be able to catch a glimpse of Britain’s most luxurious train later this month.

Cycling in Norwich has been handed a £1.7m safety boost after the city was named as one of six places to share a multi-million pound pot of cash.

How many kinds of sweet flowers grow in an East Anglian country garden? You can find out this summer by wandering through some of the many which are open to the public.

Manchester City starlet Lauren Hemp admitted leaving the family behind in Norfolk was her biggest sacrifice to try and launch the promising striker on the path to the top of the game.

As young girls Amy and Lauren Hemp loved a casual game of football in their back garden in North Walsham.

It has been dubbed the “biggest and beeriest” festival yet.

A national restaurant and bar chain has applied to the council for a premises licence to open in Norwich.

Channel 4’s choice to omit the East of England from the shortlist for new regional hubs has been labelled “worrying” by those behind Norwich’s bid for the title.

Channel 4 will not be coming to Norwich after the television broadcaster revealed its shortlist for new hubs outside of London.

Norwich will today find out whether it has been shortlisted to become one the new homes of Channel 4, as the broadcaster looks to move out of London.

Website and restaurant guide SquareMeal has revealed the UK’s favourite places to eat following votes from thousands of its readers, as well as bloggers and local foodies.

A popular beer festival which is attracting crowds of revellers is helping to showcase the Norwich pub scene - so punters can enjoy the finest ales all year round.

Norwich was once described as having a pub for every day of the year and now a festival is making its return to celebrate our Fine City’s ale heritage.

With the Antiques Roadshow team heading to Cromer today (May 24), we decided to ask our readers how much they really know about the show.

Excitement is high as north Norfolk residents gear up to welcome the Antiques Roadshow team to Cromer.

Bristol-based musician Kid Carpet (an anagram of his name Ed Patrick) is a one man phenomenon.

A popular retro-themed music festival is set to return to the city - taking thousands of revellers back to the 1980s.

A North Walsham boy with leukaemia is recovering after undergoing a bone marrow transplant at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.

Norwich has submitted its bid to become one of the new homes of Channel 4 outside London, ahead of today’s deadline for submissions.

With his boundless enthusiasm and madcap sense of humour, children’s TV legend Johnny Ball put a fun and exciting spin on maths and science for thousands of youngsters in the 1970s and 80s.

A picture perfect Instagram food trend has launched in Norwich.

A restaurant and bar chain describing itself as “mansion splendour meets village hall eccentricity” is bidding to move into a former bank in Norwich.

The times when Norwich was said to have a pub for every day of the year have gone, but a new survey has shown the city is still one of the pub capitals of the country.

TSB customers will not have to pay overdraft charges in April, pledges chief executive Paul Pester

A group of friends are cycling 350 miles to Torquay in five days to raise money for a cancer charity.

Lauren Hemp capped a stunning season by being named the PFA young female player-of-the-year at a glittering awards ceremony in London on Sunday night.

It wasn’t to be third time lucky for Norfolk in the final of the Denny Cup at the National Indoor Bowls Championships as they were defeated by Cumbria.

The magic of the big top is set to take centre stage in Norwich’s Chapelfield Gardens as the city park hosts a special festival as part of the Circus250 celebrations.

Residents are bracing themselves for a second battle with developers looking to convert the St Peters Methodist Church in Norwich’s Golden Triangle into flats.

Perry Parsons had a lot of fun in his 1954 two-seater Morgan Plus 4 sports car which, unfortunately came to an untimely end when hit by a bus.

Households in Norwich have one of the most modest budgets for home help like cleaning and gardening of any city in the UK, according to research by an insurance company.

Talented youngster Amelia Williamson will begin her quest for another English National Schools’ title next week.

Fickle Friends, with support from The Islas and Swimming Girls, brought an evening of 80s synth pop sounds and neon lights to the rescheduled date at The Waterfront Studios last night.

His controversial art has been displayed in the most celebrated venues around the world, and for his latest show Damien Hirst has picked north Norfolk’s Houghton Hall as the magnificent backdrop.

A controversial chemical will continue to be used to kill weeds around Norwich after alternatives, including vinegar, were ruled out following trials.

Norwich will make a bid to be one of Channel 4’s new creative hubs outside London, the leader of the city council has confirmed.

Four sets of spouses have been dispatched to an island to couple up with strangers for new TV show Seven Year Switch which sets out to save marriages - nope, I can’t see what could possibly go wrong with that concept.

Muffins, cakes, scones and even cinnamon buns are getting the vegan treatment at Timberhill Bakery.

Blue October, an alternative rock band from Texas, are heading out on their UK tour next month stopping at The Waterfront in Norwich on March 21.

It may have been fun to see victory snatched away from Ipswich in such comically late fashion by Timm Klose, but it’s time to come back down to earth.

James Maddison is not the only Norwich City player with the X-factor to settle another tense East Anglian derby - the Canaries have another gem in Moritz Leitner.

Millions of pounds are up for grabs to further boost cycling provision in Norwich.

Dynamic duo Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro are coming to Norwich on their ‘Feet Don’t Fail Me’ tour to headline Norwich Arts Centre on February 20.

Creditors owed money by Jamie Oliver’s chain of restaurants have pushed through plans which will see 12 of them closing, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.

Derby fan Tom Walsh is the man in the chair as he answers questions on today’s clash between the Rams and Norwich City at Pride Park

We’ll soon find out if Netflix’s Everything Sucks! can become the latest in a line of cracking TV shows to nail the teenage experience and muscle its way onto a ‘best of’ list. In the meantime, here’s a list of our 10 favourite teen dramas that got it right

Remi Matthews kept his seventh clean sheet of the season as the Norwich City loanee helped continue Plymouth Argyle’s remarkable revival in League One.

Having recently premiered on Huw Stephens’ BBC Radio 1 show, Demob Happy are set to embark on their headline UK tour stopping at The Waterfront Studio in Norwich on April 12.

Norwich City did not snub a £2m bid for Marley Watkins from Championship rivals Cardiff City on deadline day.

Norwich City winger Marley Watkins is set to stay at Carrow Road this window despite January interest – which The Sun claims has included a late bid from Cardiff.

Lincoln City would like to take Sean Raggett on another loan from Norwich City but manager Danny Cowley admits it is unlikely to happen.

Following Norwich City’s win at Brentford, David Freezer takes a closer look at some of the Canaries’ wider issues.

News the BBC1 hit Antiques Roadshow is coming to Cromer Pier has been met with joy by town leaders.

Daniel Farke is willing to let the madness of the transfer window finale pass him by.

When we finally get to look back on this season of change I suspect that this last week may prove to be a significant staging post on the journey towards a new-look Norwich City.

Wallace and Gromit maker Nick Park’s latest stop-motion film, a comedy of errors that traces the history of football to our club-wielding prehistoric ancestors, has charm but is too safe.

The stars of Nick Park’s latest film Early Man, in cinemas this weekend, have a go at creating their own Hognob with Aardman’s model maker Jim Parkyn — what will yours look like?

Recently formed group Welles, founded by 23-year-old Nashville singer Jesse Welles, will be playing in Norwich on January 30 as the support act on Highly Suspect’s tour.

Metal band Of Mice & Men are coming to Norwich on April 26 to headline The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA with support from Wage War and Sylar.

David Clayton gets a preview of what East Anglian trains might look like - one day...

Ale lovers will be congregating in Norwich to discuss how to promote beer celebrations across the country.

A new pastor has taken up his post at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Gorleston.

The week leading up to the game at Bristol was a difficult one for everyone connected with Norwich City Football Club, with Alex Pritchard jumping ship for the greener grass of Huddersfield and Daniel Farke’s plans for the game disrupted by a late training ground injury to Tom Trybull.

Ben Youngs has confirmed he is set to sign a new contract with Leicester Tigers, to bring in and end to speculation linking him with a summer exit.

While the national media will inevitably give City no chance in tonight’s Stamford Bridge replay that won’t be the mindset in the away dressing room.

He may be a chip off the old block but Angus Gunn hasn’t quite surpassed his father for City’s greatest ever save.

James Maddison and Angus Gunn inspired Norwich City to a 1-0 Championship win at promotion hopefuls Bristol City.

Our latest Norwich City player watch followed the fortunes of striker Nelson Oliveira during the Canaries’ 1-0 win at Bristol City, following reports of an £8million bid from Derby for the Portugal international. Here’s how his game unfolded...

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 1-0 win at Ashton Gate.

James Maddison’s eighth goal of the season sunk Bristol City 1-0 in the Championship but the Canaries were indebted to a wonderful late point blank stop from Angus Gunn.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his verdict from Ashton Gate

James Maddison showed why he is Norwich City’s most valuable player once again at Ashton Gate, blasting his eighth goal of the season to snatch a 1-0 win at high-flying Bristol City.

Daniel Farke has had easier weeks as Norwich City boss. But there is a huge game to be won at Bristol City.

Norwich City’s academy has come in for intense scrutiny in recent times. But Paddy Davitt caught up with one of the real success stories from back in the day, ahead of Saturday’s latest reunion at Ashton Gate.

If you were forced to decide between your first Norwich match or your first sleepover, which would you choose?

Norwich joined several other cities around the country in lighting up a significant building to mark 250 years since the birth of circus.

The birth of the circus will be celebrated across the region as a landmark is set to be lit up.

He is one of Britain’s most controversial artists, known for exploring the themes of religion, science, life and death, and now his latest works are coming to Norfolk.

One hundred new Co-op food stores are set to open in 2018.

He’s a man who has spent decades of his life uncovering Norfolk’s hidden past and is as passionate as ever about our need to protect it. And now he’s written the story of those years. Trevor Heaton talked to Dr Peter Wade-Martins about his eventful career.

Manchester singer-songwriter Tom Walker is gracing the stages of Norwich Arts Centre on March 26 as part of his 2018 UK tour.

Roll up, roll up! Norwich and Great Yarmouth are set to be at the centre of national celebrations marking the 250th anniversary of circus next year.

UK Live favourites Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox are coming to Norwich to headline the UEA LCR in March as part of their major UK tour.

Nature: The wonder of dragonfly wings have taken 300 million years to evolve, says Pam Taylor.

Indie rock band Everything Everything are coming to Norwich on March 2, 2018 to headline The Nick Rayns LCR.

Alternative rockers Skindred are bringing their unique brand of metal and reggae to the Nick Rayns LCR on Thursday, April 19, 2018.

Reggae legends The Wailers are back in Norwich early next year, headlining the Nick Rayns LCR at the UEA on Sunday March 11, 2018.

The comedian and former I’m a Celebrity winner, who got his big break working as a Green Coat entertainer on the East Anglia coast, is the new patron of St George’s Theatre.

Preston’s injury issues have started to ease ahead of manager Alex Neil’s return to Carrow Road on Saturday.

Peter Hook & The Light are coming to Norwich next month to headline The Waterfront on December 7.

Grant Whillance’s first car was shared with a shipmate and kept in a garage near the docks so it was available when home on leave.

With support from Basement and Ecca Vandal, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are headlining the UEA on December 7, 2017.

Tom Grennan, a singer-songwriter from Bedford, will be headlining The Waterfront in Norwich on March 18, 2018.

English Folk/Americana singer and songwriter John Smith is coming to Norwich on his headline European tour.

You have to go a long way to find a derby day record that is as good as Norwich’s recent one against Ipswich.

Football can be a very cruel game at times and there was no better example of this than what happened at The Emirates on Tuesday night.

Questions about Arsenal’s use of a fourth substitute during extra-time against Norwich City look to have been answered easily enough.

Norwich grew faster than London, Manchester and Bristol in the second quarter of 2017, research has revealed.

After some time working on new material, Marmozets, an English rock band from Bingley in West Yorkshire, return to Norwich on their headline tour.

Norwich striker Carlton Morris scored his fifth goal of the season to help keep League One surprise package Shrewsbury unbeaten and top of the table.

Walk The Moon, a pop-rock band from Cincinnati are heading to Norwich.

A man wanted in connection with burglaries in Norfolk has been arrested in Liverpool.

A bid for a multi-million pound broadband boost for Norfolk could bring the UK’s fastest connections to the county.

A service of dedication led by the Bishop of Lynn, the Rt Rev Johnathan Meyrick, marked the official opening of Cromer’s £4 million crematorium.

Lynne has been creative in the kitchen, while her husband has started to grow his winter coat to become beardie man.

I’ve just come back from the River Wye, in the west, my other river passion. Yes, the Wensum in the east and the Wye in the west are my rivers I like to think, and I’ve known them since childhood, short trouser days.

Is your yellow and green mug half full or half empty as you look back on another Carrow Road match without a goal?

It was once a major spectacle, attracting tens of thousands of keen enthusiasts and competitors from across the world.

In amongst the latest midfield battle at Carrow Road was Canaries academy product Korey Smith, who remains a firm favourite with Bristol City boss Lee Johnson.

Back at Carrow Road we found ourselves facing Lee Johnson’s in-form Bristol City, unbeaten in nine games with the current leading goalscorer in the league – this could be a real test for our new-found solid defence, having kept a clean sheet in the previous three league games.

Our latest player watch followed the fortunes of striker Cameron Jerome during Norwich City’s 0-0 draw with Bristol City at Carrow Road.

Following Norwich City’s 0-0 stalemate against Bristol City at Carrow Road, our Canaries correspondent David Freezer takes a look at some of the key Canaries talking points.

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke has made two changes to his starting XI for this afternoon’s Championship clash with in-form Bristol City at Carrow Road.

Former Norwich City striker Jamie Cureton has taken his first steps into coaching by linking up with Arsenal’s youth academy.

Lee Johnson has admitted Bristol City were in competition with Norwich City for the signing of Marley Watkins from Barnsley this summer.

Toys’R’Us stores will remain open despite the business filing for bankruptcy protection in the US and Canada ahead of the crucial festive season amid mammoth debts and increasing online competition.

Is Norwich about to become the next Notting Hill?

Norwich City legend Jamie Cureton has set a stunning personal goal scoring record.

Police are appealing for assistance from members of the public to trace a wanted man.

A story about a disastrous first date has taken off online, which prompts the question - what’s the worst thing that ever happened to you on a date?

A tall ship which starred in the hit series Poldark has sailed into Great Yarmouth ahead of a major festival that celebrates seafaring.

Barry Cryer has written jokes for a who’s who of comedy greats but he is also a performer. This weekend he is back at Norwich Playhouse with partner at the piano Colin Sell.

Comedian Joe Pasquale returns to the region over the next few weeks. He took time out from his latest tour, The Devil in Disguise, to chat.

Battle is today being joined after a call was made to topple Nelson’s column in Trafalgar Square.

At least we beat Birmingham.

Norwich City will host League One side Charlton Athletic in the second round of the Carabao Cup – but only after a shambolic televised draw caused great confusion.

Norwich City will find out who their opponents in the second round of the Carabao Cup will be when a regionalised draw is made tonight.

Excitement – and anticipation – levels are high as 3pm at Craven Cottage on Saturday approaches for Norwich City fans.

Norwich comes second out of 14 cities in the UK for offering affordable homes for first time buyers

We have got the inside track from the reporters who will cover all 24 Championship clubs this coming season. This is part one of their scouting reports from around the country.

Ram-raiders have struck in north Norfolk for the second time in a week.

With the UEA class of 2017 being released into the big, wide world, here’s a look at what they wore to celebrate the momentous occasion. From tie dye socks adding some excitement to the proceedings to flower-print dresses left, right and centre welcoming in the summer, this year’s graduation was as quirky and fashionable as ever, even whilst wearing those navy and peach gowns.

Young people are passing on the idea of even learning to drive by being priced off getting on the road, according to new research.

First check tickets, second check wallet, third check mobile phone, fourth check tent and fifth check overnight bag.

As the theatrics of the Lord Mayor’s Celebration approaches this weekend Norwich City Council will be closing off large parts of the city centre to traffic to allow for the festivities.

In the latest in our series looking at Norwich City’s top 100 appearance makers, we turn the spotlight on one of the legendary 59ers, Roy McCrohan.

Norfolk’s Amelia Williamson completed a record equalling hat-trick at the 40th English Schools’ Golf Association National Championships at The Kendleshire Club in Bristol.

The doctor turned comedian knows his way to the funny bone. As he bring his new show about saving the NHS to Diss Corn Hall, he tells us about swapping a stethoscope for stand-up.

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A majority of Tory members believe Theresa May should resign as prime minister, according to a snap survey by the ConservativeHome website.

Norfolk girls again turned on the style at the South East of England Schools’ Championships, completing a hat-trick of individual and team wins.

Keen cyclists sacrificed their Sunday lie-in to take part in a gruelling bike ride around Norfolk.

The 1990s rockers, fronted by Gavin Rossdale, judge on ITV’s The Voice, visit for one of just six dates in wake of new album, Black and White Rainbows.

A Norwich pub is offering customers free beer in an effort to encourage more people to vote in the general election.

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A paedophile jailed for 22 years for sexual offences against children – including the abuse of a seven year old girl whilst a teenage girl of 17 filmed it - has had his sentence increased to 26 years.

The mysteries of the universe became a little clearer as experts shed light on galactic goings-on as part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Festival-goers are set to have an out-of-this-world experience during the opening week of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the Museum of the Moon which is heading to the city.

A new mural by the Bristol-born graffiti artist Banksy appeared in Dover on Sunday, but one Twitter user has flagged up similarities with artwork by a Helhoughton man following the EU Referendum in 2016.

He has travelled the world creating art in the landscape, and for his latest show Richard Long is using the historic Houghton Hall as his canvas. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about the Turner Prize-winning artist’s latest show.

Residents will open up their homes to let people peek inside their picturesque gardens for a summer event.

From Tudor mansions to Georgian palaces, East Anglia is blessed with some of the country’s best stately homes. Take a stroll into the past and peek into the lives of those who made thier home in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

As a popular village shop which dates back 380 years faces an uncertain future, the legacy of the family which played a key role in it has been celebrated.

Families and visitors to Norfolk can expect sun and showers this Easter Bank Holiday.

A 17-year-old girl today tells of the trauma of being forced to wait for seven weeks and then having to travel to London from Norwich for an abortion.

From Easter egg hunts to riding steam trains to new arrivals down on the farm, there is plenty to do through the Easter holidays for all the family. Here is out guide to some of the events to keep the kids entertained.

Want something to do this long Easter weekend? Here are some fun days out ideas.

They first met on Christmas Eve in 1945.

It was April 1 (All Fools’ Day) so at first I didn’t quite believe the item on the news I was listening to — but it proved to be true.

We took the grandsons swimming and this meant I had to wear my swimming costume... untouched by water in over two years.

Unless you are a die-hard Trekker, you may have missed First Contact Day. Assuming she is not unexpectedly beamed up by Scotty, Lynne Mortimer pays tribute to the phenomenon that is Star Trek.

Her son’s battle with cancer has been well documented and now Callie Blackwell has been meeting with supporters during an emotional book signing event at Jarrold department in store in Norwich to share her own experiences.

Over 300 students attend Access to Music College in Norwich, but what exactly do they get up to? Courtney Pochin heads back to school to find out..

Opinion: Our love of sugar poses difficult questions about addiction - and the product’s troubling history, says Aidan Semmens

With street signs in Bristol being corrected by an anonymous grammar pedant known as the Apostrophiser, we asked: do Norwich’s signs obey the rules?

Liverpool indie rockers are touring new album Different Creatures, while the enduring voice of British folk plays in Norwich and Diss. Plus Jesca Hoop, Fránçois and The Atlas Mountains and more.

Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke has distanced himself from speculation linking him with a move to Norwich City.

Runners have reacted angrily to the announcement that they are now expected to pay to park on the National Trust estate.

Exeter chief Paul Tisdale is touted with the Norwich City head coach vacancy.

Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke is the latest name to be touted with the head coach vacancy at Norwich City.

It is a service which allows people to save money and the environment by sharing their journey to work with another willing driver.

Tickets are selling fast for a one-day music festival featuring hits and stars from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.

Ed Balls admits Norwich City have failed from top to bottom this season but pledges the club’s top brass will get it right.

The new junior season gets under way in a little over three weeks time with the staging of the Norfolk Schools’ Championships at Eaton Golf Club on Monday, April 3.

Alex Neil is urging Bristol City’s under-fire boss Lee Johnson to stick to his guns after facing the same calls for his head this season from disgruntled Norwich City fans.

Alex Neil admitted Norwich City let struggling Bristol City off the hook in Tuesday’s 1-1 Championship stalemate at Ashton Gate.

A Norwich charity is backing a fundraising campaign to develop a bra specially designed for women who have undergone breast reconstruction surgery.

A Norfolk-based charity which supports those suffering from breast cancer is gearing up to hold its 4th national fundraising week.

Bullish Alex Neil denied he is in charge of a toxic dressing room at Norwich City.

Company manager Ben Jefferson is the backstage go-to-man whose name of the game is keeping everything running smoothly.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt delivers his snap verdict from Hillsborough

Artist and curator Alice Lee has her latest solo show, textile artist Jacqui Parkinson stitches the Book of Revelation and the collection of Judith S. Novak is on show at the Sainsbury Centre.

A team of students from Neatherd High School in Dereham represented the east of England at the national final for FIRST Lego League in Bristol.

More than 100 keen cyclists took to the streets of Norwich last night, to highlight the benefits of getting on your bike.

The stars weren’t always stars, and our region has played its part in shaping the careers of some of the most famous performers in this country and internationally. Take a look at 10 of the stars who began their road to fame in East Anglia.

Question: Name the four sides we have not met in a competitive game?

Acle bowls star Daniel Seabourne is back on international duty later this month when he competes in the Junior U25 International Series at Newport Indoor Bowls Club in Wales.

A man who has been cleared of assaulting two police officers following a house party in Norwich has described his “relief” that his “nightmare” was now over.

A Dereham school won the East of England regional championships award, when it hosted a round of the FIRST LEGO league for the first time.

Farmers, gamekeepers and landowners across East Anglia are being encouraged to record birdlife on their land as part of a nationwide bid to monitor the impact of conservation work in the countryside.

The first funeral is set to take place at the new crematorium in Cromer next week, it has been confirmed.

Campaigners against the new year increase to train fares are gathering outside Norwich Railway Station today.

A Norwich historian and author - who immerses herself into the past through costumes and performances - has released a book documenting Norwich in 100 dates.

Norwich’s Castle/Arcade District has narrowly lost out in a national contest celebrating the country’s best high streets.

Former Norwich City striker Jamie Cureton has signed for National League South side St Albans City, keeping his career going at the age of 41.

If you’re looking to get inked, look no further than Norwich, which has just been named the fourth best place in the world to get a tattoo.

AniMotion has come to The Forum in Norwich over the festive period promising a unique family experience where visitors interact with the artworks.

With just one day to go, the people of Norwich are being urged to keep voting as the national competition to find Britain’s best high street reaches a climax.

From Smith to Starbuck, new research reveals the origin of more than 45,000 surnames and the most popular family names in Britain.

The passion of local businesses for Norwich impressed upon the Great British High Street judges as they visited the city on a reconnaissance mission.

Norwich could take a step closer to winning its second Great British High Street award in just a couple of years today when judges descend on the city to find out what makes it a contender. And just in case they are in need of an idea of what to look out for, this paper has put together a list of some of the biggest attractions that can be found in the district, which include:

Following a sold out show at the Waterfront in September, the indie rock back have announced they will be heading back to Norwich on their headline UK tour in Spring 2017.

The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, beat odds of 1 in over 31 billion to win the jackpot.

The brightly-coloured, futuristic installation might look like a scene from a science fiction movie, but the modern art work is actually the result of organic imagery and state-of-the-art, real-time computer animation.

German budget supermarket Lidl plans to create up to 400 jobs by ploughing £55m into a new regional distribution centre (RDC).

Norwich City chief Alex Neil can count on the full support of the man who inflicted his worst day in management.

With three weeks left on the clock in the competition to crown Britain’s best high street, the Castle Arcade has slipped into second place behind Derby.

A third runway will be built at Heathrow, the government confirmed this morning - but what does it mean for passengers and businesses in the east?

New research has found that people who live in the fine city are more likely to have a paranormal experience than those living elsewhere in the UK.

Residents of Norwich and those from further afield have rushed to support the city in its bid to be named as having the country’s best high street.

Vote for Norwich – that was the message to shoppers today after part of the historic city centre was named as a finalist in the battle to be crowned as Britain’s best high street.

Alex Neil will not be letting his players get carried away with hitting top spot so early in the season.

An “unsinkable” grandmother who was raised in an orphanage has celebrated her 105th birthday.

First-look video footage from the set of Poldark shows a glimpse of Aidan Turner riding across the Cornish cliffs.

Siblings Freddie and Rosie Egan are travelling to Greece to work with the Timber Project, a charity dedicated to building refugee shelters and playgrounds in Greece.

Music stars of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s are set to rock a Norwich park next year in a new festival heading to the city.

Alex Neil insists he is not afraid to ring the changes for the Championship test at Wolves after a calamitous late defeat at Newcastle.

In the blink of an eye the summer weather was swept away as thunderstorms battered East Anglia.

Concerns have been raised about the regulation of charity street collectors in the city centre as an Evening News investigation found yet more evidence of wristband sellers operating without a licence.

Cardiff City fan Leigh Sanders, a journalist for the Express and Star in the Midlands, previews today’s game against Norwich City.

Among the many and numerous ‘changes’ that can be pinned on the emergence of football’s transfer windows, the loss of one great tradition irks.

A £3m investment in a disused Norwich office building has transformed it into what developers hope will be the city newest tech and creative hub.

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are set to generate £16bn for the UK economy each year by 2020, despite Brexit, a new report shows.

A pioneer of the sharing economy is looking to branch out as it hopes to help tackle rural isolation while expanding its customer base.

Being in the Championship is like trying to give up alcohol, smoking or chocolate.

Mick McCarthy is Alex Neil’s type of man but the Norwich City chief aims to inflict fresh derby misery on the Ipswich boss.

On the surface, two clean sheets and four points against two well-organised teams who are both tipped to be pushing for promotion seems like a decent week’s work, and that conclusion would be supported by the league table, with City going into tomorrow’s derby in second place on goal difference.

Alex Neil derives little satisfaction from personal milestones, but he does want to maintain one record at Ipswich.

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ composed 1-0 victory against Bristol City.

Norwich City captain Jonny Howson sealed the Canaries first Championship home win of the season to warm up perfectly for this weekend’s East Anglian derby trip to Ipswich.

They tend to provide a lasting memory of a personal holiday – depicting landscapes, stunning views and sandy beaches.

For years it was a British institution, and a must-see on a Saturday afternoon for millions of viewers.

The Serious Fraud Office has launched a criminal investigation into alleged fraud, bribery and corruption at civil aviation giant Airbus Group.

A collective groan spread across the country like a national Mexican wave as David Cameron’s exit honours list was leaked. Any smidgen of faith, trust and respect in an honours system that the people want to see recognise and celebrate the exceptional, selfless and extraordinary evaporated in that long resigned sigh.

A bid by American burger chain Five Guys to open its first restaurant in Norwich has been dealt a blow - with objections lodged to its proposal for outdoor seating.

Jeremy Corbyn is unlikely to make Norwich a priority in his campaign to remain as Labour leader, and he should head to Brexit-backing areas in the north and Great Yarmouth, backer Clive Lewis has said.

Council bosses have insisted a sign at a Norwich bus gate is legal - despite its similarity to one which was at the centre of a successful legal challenge by a driver.

From Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious to Step in Time, the music from the Mary Poppins movie is almost as iconic as the magical nanny herself.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights talks to musical duo George Stiles and Anthony Drewe about what it was like adapting the much-loved songs for the stage show currently at Norwich Theatre Royal - and how they added a spoonful of new tunes for good measure.

From pedal car to bubble car and a couple of classic Citroens – Tom Evans tells of his ongoing motoring love affair.

Norwich City fans have been left frustrated after finding out that the Canaries face mid-week trips to Bristol, Newcastle and Wigan.

Lowestoft & Yarmouth have unveiled former Scotland international hooker Rob Cunningham as their new head coach.

A Norwich City fan believes he has written the anthem to help England to Euro 2016 glory.

A senior paramedic has described how “it feels amazing that everyone has pulled together” to take part in a viral internet dance craze.

Gary O’Neil is convinced he has joined a club on the up after rejecting a new Norwich City offer to join Championship rivals Bristol City.

As Gary O’Neil makes his summer switch from Norwich City, David Freezer looks back on the midfielder’s two eventful seasons with the Canaries.

Gary O’Neil is poised to snub a new Norwich City deal and join Championship rivals Bristol City on a free transfer.

Driverless cars, drones and a commercial spaceport all featured in the Queen’s Speech.

Two of the region’s major businesses have heeded the prime minister’s call to “put their head about the parapet” and make the case for Britain to remain in the European Union.

Voters go to the polls on Thursday to vote in council elections in Norwich and Great Yarmouth and police and crime commissioner elections in the rest of the region. Here are some key facts.

Norwich is the fourth most searched-for city for homes outside of London, according to research from RightMove.

A turf-cutting ceremony was held to prepare the ground on the site next to the town’s cemetery.

Free weekly running sessions across Norfolk could be put in jeopardy if charges are introduced.

The Professional Footballers’ Association has launched an investigation after its team of the year announcements were leaked ahead of its awards dinner.

Barack Obama has urged Britain to stay in the EU, saying the world needed the UK’s influence within Europe.

And the award for dumbest local government decision of the week goes to... Stoke Gifford parish council.

A council could become the first in the UK to charge runners to use one of its parks for a weekend fun run.

It was a weekend of contrasts, with Saturday dogged by showers and Sunday living up to its name as the sun beat down.

If Norwich City could make it three straight wins at Crystal Palace this afternoon, it would not only take them a step closer to Premier League survival but would also be a positive way to mark a particularly poignant anniversary.

A former Royal Marine who survived a battle with cancer is taking on a gruelling charity challenge to support other veterans.

The Easter bunny has been busy and there is plenty of hunting to be done — most involving chocolate treats. SIMON PARKIN highlights some Easter eggs hunts not to miss.

For many passengers, it will be music to their ears - although there may be some seeking out the refuge of a quieter carriage.

The new Cromer crematorium should be a facility to be proud of according a boss of the company behind the £3m development.

A Norwich fundraising call centre has gone into liquidation with the loss of up to 150 jobs, with managers citing mounting pressure from industry watchdogs.

She lives in Lowestoft, transforms young lives and is about to appear in a Disney film alongside Johnny Depp, writes Rowan Mantell.

A Thetford man’s rape confession has been released by police after he was jailed for an attack committed almost 35 years ago.

Former Norwich City midfielder Elliott Bennett admits he has to raise his game to prove he can cut it at new club Blackburn.

Engine maker Rolls-Royce said annual profits tumbled 12pc to £1.4bn as the business was hit by civil aerospace cuts and falling commodity prices that have impacted output at its marine division, which supplies the oil industry.

With Storm Imogen battering parts of the country, motorists in Norfolk have been warned to be careful this morning after strong winds brought down a number of trees in the county.

Storm Imogen is to bring gusts of up to 60mph across Norfolk tomorrow as it sweeps in from the English Channel.

Fresh fears have been raised over mental-health beds in the region after it emerged the future of a 20-bed facility is under threat.

A man from Thetford has pleaded guilty to a rape which took place in Bristol 35 years ago.

An agreement has been reached ending opposition to a controversial crematorium development in Cromer.

For 27 years they have sold the news, and now a shopkeeper couple are making it.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is set to bring his over-subscribed economics tour to East Anglia in March.

Norfolk actor and casting agent Johnny Lynch has worked with some of the biggest names in showbiz and appears in the latest Star Wars movie, claiming to be “the smallest Stormtrooper in the galaxy”.

Today the EDP reveals the full extent of the scandal of mental health patients being sent out of East Anglia for treatment.

Police have recovered suspected stolen items from a car in Norwich and are seeking to reunite them with their owner.

North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has offered to help find a solution to a long running dispute over controversial plans for a Cromer crematorium.

Veteran former Norwich City striker Jamie Cureton is preparing to come full circle when he spearheads Dagenham & Redbridge’s bid for an FA Cup giant-killing at Everton in this weekend’s third round tie.

A 62-year-old man from the Thetford area has been charged with the rape of a woman in Bristol almost 35 years ago.

A question mark hangs over plans for a crematorium after a potential agreement ending opposition to the controversial development was rejected by the town council.

A special meeting tomorrow could herald the end of opposition to a controversial crematorium plan, and help fund a new roundabout.

For most people running one marathon is a big enough challenge, but Ben Smith has set himself the gruelling task of running an incredible 401 marathons in as many days.

Refurbishment of a landmark in Norwich’s city centre will start this month.

It’s been part of Norfolk childhoods since the 1880s, leaving youngsters wide-eyed and spellbound at the sheer volume of amazing toys on its groaning shelves. Now Langleys in Norwich’s Royal Arcade is entering a new era as long-standing owner John Fielding seeks new horizons.

Fenland residents who paid deposits – there are 133 of them - to have solid wall insulation under a Cambridgeshire-wide ‘green deal’ initiative look likely to lose their deposits.

At least £46 million of public money was handed to Kids Company despite repeated concerns being raised by officials about the way the now collapsed charity was being run.

Veterinary group CVS has expanded its network of surgeries through the acquisition of a smaller rival.

The funeral of Evelyn Rowley, former matron of Wells Cottage Hospital, was held at St Nicholas’ Church, Wells-next-the-Sea, followed by cremation at Mintlyn Crematorium, King’s Lynn.

Being deployed in a right wing-back role was enjoyed by Norwich City loanee Elliott Bennett during his successful debut for Bristol City.

This week viewers of TV’s Great British Menu have been hooked as Norfolk chef Richard Bainbridge has cooked his way through the final heat. At the same time, Richard has been sharing his retro recipes to support Marie Curie’s new fundraiser, Dinner Down Memory Lane with Weekend readers. Today Richard, chef proprietor of Benedicts restaurant in Norwich, shares more of his tasty recipes to inspire unforgettable dinner parties.

Winning towcars in it for long haul

Saturday, October 10, 2015

It was pulling power to the fore, both towing ability and meeting the needs of caravanners, at the industry’s most prestigious towcar competition with a haul of awards awaiting the winners.

Bristol City have signed Norwich City winger Elliott Bennett on loan until January.

More than 100 jobs have been put at risk in Norfolk after a company specialising in agricultural insurance announced a major shake-up.

A man, who was seen in the Diss area in April, is wanted by Sussex Police.

A website dedicated to reporting on women’s sport has celebrated it first anniversary.

A new report has highlighted the differences in NHS service and outcomes for patients across our region.

A campaigning group has launched a High Court appeal against the controversial decision granting planning permission for a Cromer crematorium.

Two young Norwich patients who have suffered from depression and psychotic episodes as teenagers are calling for more education to be provided in schools to help people better understand mental health.

Crowds crammed Cromer for a non-stop programme of weekend carnival fun from morning until late, which will continue all week.

A muffled peal of bells rang out from a village church to remember a fallen hero.

Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle is reportedly waiting to see if Norwich City’s interest is serious before agreeing to join Bristol City.

Former culture secretary Ben Bradshaw is holding a ‘meet and greet’ in Norwich tomorrow at the Open venue on Bank Plain from 1pm until 2pm. He writes about growing up in Norfolk and why he wants to be deputy leader of the Labour Party.

Charity Kids Company has reportedly told ministers it will close - just days after it received a £3 million grant from the Government.

Ian McLauchlin’s first car, a 1954 Ford Popular, went round the clock... twice in one evening.

Norfolk will have a new £3m crematorium after a controversial plan was given the go ahead.