International duty comes to a conclusion for Norwich City’s players today, with four of Daniel Farke’s players potentially in action.

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.

Norwich City youngster Adam Idah has won a national award, as he heads off on international duty alongside several other Canaries players.

Ben Godfrey’s emergence at Norwich City has been rewarded with a call-up to the England Under-20s squad for internationals against Poland and Portugal later this month.

Teemu Pukki is without doubt the free transfer bargain of the season.

Did you know that Out of Africa and Full Metal Jacket filmed scenes in the county?

Sheringham’s sixth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off on Saturday, with a series of workshops giving youngsters and their families a chance to kit themselves out in Norse-style garb and accessories ranging from axes and shields, to pendants and T-shirts.

Video Where you can find Vikings in Norfolk

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

As the new Viking exhibition at Norwich Castle unveils some of the country’s greatest Viking treasures we visit Viking links around Norfolk from a festival in Sheringham to a great heathen army in Thetford.

An international sheepdog handler, who competed and judged trials around the world, and was a lifelong Norwich City fan, Rob McLean, has died aged 87.

As a major new exhibition arrives at Norwich Castle we find out about the legacy the Vikings left in our language, landscape and legends

The battle lines are being drawn up for the 90th league derby between Norwich City and Ipswich Town. It’s a scrap which players on both sides have little experience of though.

Teemu Pukki is playing the best football of his career for Norwich City - that’s the expert opinion of former Canaries loan player and fellow Finn Jonatan Johansson.

Ipswich Town are going down, according to former Norwich City striker Chris Sutton.

It has been described as ‘the most comfortable house in England’ but it’s the great outdoors that makes Sandringham special.

The streets of Sheringham will echo with the battle cries of an army of torch-carrying Norse warriors on February 23, when the sixth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off with axe-throwing and combat demonstrations by two Norfolk re-enactment groups.

Shoppers are queuing around both branches of Tiger in the city as the chain reduces all items to £2 or less.

If you’re looking to decorate your home or buy presents on budget then you’re in luck, as Flying Tiger are reducing all their stock to £2 or less for a limited time.

Michael Sean ‘Kit’ Carson - who was killed in a car crash the day before he went on trial for sex offences - worked at Norwich City for a decade, operating as a youth scout and coach to find emerging talent.

Opinion New Year’s Eve... what a yawn

Monday, December 31, 2018

No enthusiasm for seeing in the new year? Me neither.

Many war video games glory in violence – but the game created by 25-year-old Henry Driver is based on a relative’s real-life wartime tragedy

Seven goals in his last eight games has continued a fantastic 2018 for Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki – putting him on par with some of Europe’s top goal-scorers.

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.

Hundreds of soldiers from across our region have returned to Afghanistan to help train the Afghan army.

Jamal Lewis produced an assured display in Northern Ireland’s 0-0 friendly draw against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on Thursday night.

Although Norfolk is well and truly a coastal county today, it was once a much different story.

Canaries’ hot shot Teemu Pukki is brushing off speculation touting him with a January move to Turkey.

Remembering some of the former Norwich City footballers who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country in the First World War, with the help of the Norwich City Historical Trust, who traced those who played for the Canaries and died in the conflict

The tragedy of Hamlet comes to the Great Yarmouth stage tonight, Friday, and Tuesday.

Film and stage legend Vivien Leigh was born 105 years ago, on November 5, 1913. Here is a look back at her greatest movies.

As he continues his work to recover from injury, Canaries striker Teemu Pukki spoke to David Freezer about his season so far and the unexpected possibility of a chance to qualify for Euro 2020 with Finland.

The automotive industry is shocked at disappointed the Government is cutting the plug-in car grant. Motoring editor Andy Russell says that with the demise of diesel it should be stepping up incentivising switching to electrifed vehicles.

The secret to Teemu Pukki’s stunning impact at Norwich City is out – hard work.

Consider this snippet from an early Stuart Webber interview upon his arrival at Carrow Road.

There’s one last chance to see Ed Sheeran in Ipswich this summer as the Suffolk popstar announces his final gig in Chantry Park on the August Bank Holiday Monday.

Norwich City have two strikers bang in goalscoring form - but who should Daniel Farke pick to spearhead the Canaries’ frontline against Wigan.

A brilliant century from Swardeston’s Lewis Denmark lit up the Vitality Club Twenty20 Finals Day at Derby - but his side missed out on the main prize.

He’s the main man for Norwich City right now but Teemu Pukki still feels he has another gear to find, despite a superb start to life with the Canaries.

Teemu Pukki just can’t stop scoring winners – and couldn’t hide his delight after digging out the goal Norwich City needed to break Middlesbrough’s resistance.

A group of students from a Lowestoft high school are about to weigh anchor for a life-changing journey aboard a historic sailing boat.

As the East Anglian derby goes, Sunday’s game at Portman Road was a bit uneventful and after all the build-up during the last couple of weeks there wasn’t too much to shout home about for either set of supporters.

A fundraising exhibition in Norwich to send a nine- year-old boy with cancer to Legoland has raised over £7,500.

King’s Lynn boss Dale Allitt insists there will be no complacency from his in-form side when they face Poole in a top-of-the-table home clash tonight (7.30pm).

Dale Allitt insists his Stars side must take their ‘A-game’ as they travel to Leicester on Monday night (7.30)

King’s Lynn are gearing up for an important double-header against fellow play-off chasers Wolverhampton at the Adrian Flux Arena tonight.

King’s Lynn Stars have opted to go with a six-man squad for the crucial double-header at home to Wolverhampton on Wednesday night.

More than 300 artists from all over the world have donated works to raise money to send a nine-year-old with Leukemia to Legoland Denmark as an ‘end of treatment adventure’.

Swardeston set up another crack at national glory on Sunday with a comfortable victory in the south east area final of the Vitality Club Twenty20 competition.

Boris Johnson said women in burqas and niqabs look like ‘bank robbers’ and ‘letterboxes’. But what about how he looks, asks Liz Nice

Birmingham have agreed to adhere to a business plan imposed by the English Football League due to the club’s poor financial state ahead of their opening-day clash with Norwich City.

South African singer-songwriter Dan Patlansky, with support from Hightown Parade, is headlining The Waterfront in Norwich on November 22.

Any Norwich City fans looking at Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward as a loan option this season, seem set to have their hopes dashed as Leicester City have a bid accepted – while forward Ben Woodburn is set to travel with the Reds for their USA pre-season tour.

An impressive sailing ship has arrived in Lowestoft a week after docking in Great Yarmouth.

Norfolk is set to be the centre of centenary celebrations of one of the great feats of aviation, the first double airborne crossing of the Atlantic.

Croatia had only just been formed in the same year that England last reached a World Cup semi-final in 1990.

Sharing knowledge with one’s grandchildren is one of the joys of being a grandparent but be careful what you tell them – things keep changing and where you used to be right, you may now be wrong.

As England prepare for Wednesday’s crunch semi-final with Croatia, a Three Lions fan from Norfolk has described the atmosphere on rival ground.

In part three of his World Cup diary our Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton re-lives what it was like to witness England’s shootout win in Russia

Teemu Pukki is ‘really excited’ to have a chance to impress in England with Norwich City.

Norwich City have added some much needed firepower to Daniel Farke’s squad...but that won’t stop them looking for more.

A Lowestoft high school is raising money to fund an amazing voyage for a group of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Gareth Southgate’s promising young England side look ready to make a mark on the world stage and help atone for the disappointments of recent tournaments.

With a reported three million pre-order sales, Nigeria’s kit is this summer’s standout design, but where does it sit amongst the greatest World Cup kits of all time?

Can’t get enough of the World Cup? Here’s how to fill the next few weeks with more football and Russia

Brilliant British champion Robert Lambert was at his sizzling best for King’s Lynn - but he couldn’t stop them slipping to a 58-32 defeat at Poole.

King’s Lynn have been forced into late team changes ahead of Wednesday night’s Premiership trip to Poole.

Tens of millions will be gambled on the outcome of the World Cup, from the outright winners to the number of times Neymar spits during a game, but who do you think will lift the trophy?

Grand Prix superstar Iversen makes a welcome return to the King’s Lynn side for their tricky trip to Poole on Wednesday night after successful treatment on his troublesome shoulder.

If you’re searching for a winner, on the football pitch or the stock market, invest in blue-chip stock. You really cannot go too far wrong, reckons Peter Sharkey

King’s Lynn racer Robert Lambert has continued his sizzling form – this time in one of the biggest competitions in the world.

A historic city pub has reopened following a 10 month closure and the new landlady hopes a stricter customer policy will help it become a community hub.

The Queen has opened three of her favourite royal residences to camera crews to mark the 30th anniversary of Countryfile - includng Sandringham in Norfolk. What can we expect to see when the team descend on one of the Royal Family’s most treasured estates?

Norwich darts ace Roz Bulmer was ‘over the moon’ after pulling off a shock victory at the World Darts Trophy.

Norfolk captain Ashley Watson has called for high standards to be maintained when his side play their second Twenty20 double header of the season on Sunday.

There’s still a fair way to go – but bosses at the new-look Royal Norwich Golf Club say they are on course to deliver one of Norfolk’s most ambitious new sporting venues.

King’s Lynn are back in Premiership action when they make the long trip up to Manchester to take on Belle Vue on Monday (7.30pm).

The presenting teams have been revealed for football’s greatest tournament as the best players across the globe prepaer to descend on Russia for the FIFA World Cup 2018. But which channel will kick off the action for England?

Norwich City’s young hot shot Adam Idah sealed the Republic of Ireland’s place in the last eight of the U17 European Championships on Friday with a stoppage time goal in a 2-0 win against Bosnia’s U17s in their final group clash.

A couple are spreading that Hygge feeling in north Norfolk and beyond, through the love of good food and drink.

The season is not yet over for promising Norwich City youngster Adam Idah, as the striker begins gaining international tournament experience tomorrow.

Boss Dale Allitt wants to see his King’s Lynn side build on what he’s described as a positive start to the season when reigning champions Swindon visit the Adrian Flux Arena on Wednesday night (7.30pm).

Firefighters were on alert to deal with a blaze in the bathroom of a residential property.

A rare chance has come up to crew on one of the East Coast’s most historic racing yachts.

Wes Hoolahan expects the tears to flow when he signs off for Norwich City in Saturday’s Championship home finale against Leeds United.

Dani Nimmock made the running world sit up and take notice of her after victory in Manchester as she explains to Run Anglia editor Mark Armstrong

Bad weather brought by the Beast from the East hit the sales of East Anglian pub owner and brewery Greene King.

The weakened pound has helped a food processing equipment manufacturer to drive growth at its Norfolk factory.

City of Norwich athlete Dani Nimmock has won the first big city marathon of the season.

Long-serving City of Norwich Athletics Club member Dani Nimmock’s consistent hard work over many years has been rewarded with her first senior international selection.

Open for exactly two-thirds of the RAF’s 100 years, the airfield at Coltishall had a special place in the hearts of its air- and ground-crew. Former Group Captain Ian Hall recalls his days at ‘Colt’.

A rising star in the world of jazz is to return to Milestones Jazz Club.

For years publishing headlines have been dominated by news of independent bookshops closing their doors due to dwindling trade.

A Norfolk church may have begun life as a Roman fortlet protecting supplies on their way to Hadrian’s Wall. Trevor Heaton hears how ‘keyhole archaeology’ is solving the riddle of Reedham.

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A policeman who had his wrist broken twice after being assaulted is today backing calls for harsher sentences against those who attack officers.

Norwich City’s longest-serving player Wes Hoolahan has called time on his international career with the Republic of Ireland

A wind industry veteran has joined the board of an expanding energy sector services group in Norfolk.

An international engineering company has announced plans to recruit up to 40 employees in the next two years as it opened its first UK base on the East of England coast.

Opinion I couldn’t give a fygge about hygge

Saturday, January 27, 2018

The Scandinavians have hijacked having a nice time by calling it hygge or lagom and suggesting they were the first to realise that open fires and hot chocolate are smashing. It’s time to fight back with some lethargic help from the Netherlands.

Why not beat the winter blues by booking yourself a trip to one of these top travel destinations, as chosen by people in Norfolk and Suffolk.

These are moments fighter jets from RAF Lakenheath intercepted Russian jets on two separate occasions while deployed to help protect the sovereign skies above the Baltic region.

A runaway buoy travelled about 360 miles from Blakeney on the north Norfolk coast to Jutland in Denmark.

It’s official, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are all set to tie the knot in May 2018. Here Courtney Pochin takes a look at what people across the region made of the royal announcement and why we care so much about it.

It was a day that the guns fell silent after more than four years of bloodshed in the trenches.

A tree has been planted and dedicated in Thorpe St Andrew to celebrate the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s 70th wedding anniversary.

An East Anglian land college is playing a leading role in a European project based around crop research.

As the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh celebrate 70 years together, Courtney Pochin takes a look at their love story and discovers the secrets to a long, strong, and happy marriage.

Nelson Oliveira is back in full training ahead of Norwich City’s battle with Barnsley but James Maddison and Cameron Jerome are slight doubts for the Carrow Road clash.

We now know England will be our sole representatives in the World Cup in Russia next summer after both Northern Ireland and their neighbours the Republic of Ireland both suffered heartache in their respective play-offs.

Dreams of playing at the World Cup have come to an end for Norwich City star Wes Hoolahan.

Wes Hoolahan starts on the bench for tonight’s World Cup qualifying play-off decider against Denmark in Dublin.

It’s make-or-break time for Wes Hoolahan and the Republic of Ireland’s World Cup hopes this evening.

From Pat Butcher smoking pot to Twisty the Clown, Peaky Blinders to the latest from Kay Mellor, it’s a big week on the small screen

Former Norwich City team-mates. Now World Cup rivals. Paddy Davitt discovers there is plenty of mutual respect between Age Hareide and Martin O’Neill, ahead of their two-legged play-off battles.

Like many of you after the team’s very impressive eight-game unbeaten run in the Championship, I got a little bit carried away as Norwich sat in a credible sixth position, thinking that the play-offs were a real possibility this season.

Just five Norwich City players are away on international duty during the current break from Championship action.

King’s Lynn Stars’ Thomas Jorgensen is working hard on the knee problem which ended his season prematurely.

The smacking of children will be banned in Scotland, the Scottish Government has confirmed.

The draw for the World Cup qualifying play-offs has thrown up an interesting potential Norwich City duel with Michael McGovern’s Northern Ireland landing a two-legged tie against Timm Klose’s Switzerland.

A European-funded project will allow the Broads Authority to continue restoring areas of eroded reed bed at Hickling Broad.

Experts Beer&Co share their top beers you’ve really got to sample.

Norfolk’s professional triathlon star Joe Skipper has been crowned the European long distance champion – to finally earn a prize he promised himself two years ago, of a new coffee machine.

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

Norwich is known as the city of pubs but in recent years nearly 30 have been forced to call last orders and shut their doors. This week two more city pubs have been up for sale - the 130 year old Quebec Tavern, in Quebec Road, and The Forge, in Philadelphia Lane which are available for sale online.

As the hype and speculation of deadline day begins, David Freezer picks out some of the big names to watch out for as Championship clubs look to fine tune their squads for the campaign ahead of 11pm tomorrow.

Historic city pub The Prince of Denmark, known for its distinctive 1930s wall mural, has closed.

An international jewellery chain is to open a new store in Lowestoft.

Bob Carter’s hopes of yet another Summer League Championship title were dealt a massive blow at Wymondham where the home side crushed Carter 8-0 to move top of the table.

King’s Lynn Stars favourite Thomas Jorgensen hopes they can show their character when they head to Rye House on Wednesday (7.30).

While most of Europe is simmering in hot conditions, it seems as if summer is all but over in Norfolk and Waveney.

Ivan Rooke still owns the Morris Eight that took him on some great journeys and adventures but it’s now laid up in his shed.

Michael Gove has been accused of sending “mixed messages” to Britain’s fishermen after confirming foreign trawlers will still be able to access UK waters after the country leaves the European Union.

Rob Taylor and Lewis Denmark recorded their second century partnership of the match at Manor Park yesterday - but it wasn’t enough to secure victory for Norfolk.

European football awaits for former Norwich City academy defender Dario Dumic, after signing a four-year deal with Dutch top-flight side Utrecht.

An oil and gas services firm with its European headquarters in Great Yarmouth has secured a contract which has helped it expand into Denmark.

Building on repeat revenue and large contract wins, an offshore engineering firm has bucked the downward trend in the oil and gas industry to expand its facilities.

GB team boss Alun Rossiter is counting on a passionate King’s Lynn crowd to roar his Lions into the final of the Speedway World Cup.

From Jem Mace to the Walsh boys and from Ginger Sadd to Jon Thaxton....Norfolk has produced, and still is producing talented and tough boxers.

They worked hard and knew how to enjoy themselves...Norwich shoemakers were a breed apart and there were thousands of them.

Only three other places – London, Northampton and Leicester – produced more shoes than Norwich, where there were at least 30 factories turning out millions of pairs, mostly for ladies and children.

Mollie Patterson helped England to win team bronze at the Cadet Six Nations event in the Netherlands.

Breaking the pattern is the key objective when Norfolk travel to Staffordshire in the quarter-finals of the Unicorns Knockout Trophy tomorrow.

Jacob Murphy has been named in the final England Under-21s squad for the upcoming European U21 Championship in Poland.

King’s Lynn Stars boss Dale Allitt says his side should show no fear when they travel to Wolverhampton for the first leg of their Knockout Cup tie tonight (7.30pm).

Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy has retained his place in the England Under-21 squad for a training camp ahead of the European U21 Championship in Poland.

While visiting a small French village Peter Walsh did not think he would find the graves of three brave servicemen who were stationed at a Norfolk airfield.

My name is Carsten Thorkildsen and I live in Aalborg, Denmark.

“I am better when I am doing two things at once, unbelievably,” says Ryan Walsh as he prepares to chat whilst changing for a gym session.

Norfolk’s excellent start to the new season continued at Manor Park on Sunday when they cruised to a comfortable seven wicket victory over Northumberland.

New professional Rob Taylor marked his debut by guiding Norfolk to a comfortable win in their opening fixture of the season at Manor Park yesterday.

King’s Lynn Stars’ Chris Holder begins his campaign to regain his world champion title on Saturday.

Eight F-35A Lightning IIs, the “most sophisticated aircraft in history”, are on a training deployment to RAF Lakenheath to reinforce NATO allegiances and to prepare the base for when it welcomes the warplanes permanently.

After a chastening afternoon of seeing Fulham leave City for dust, DAVID FREEZER assesses where the Canaries go from here

The Ministry of Defence has insisted the UK will benefit from servicing RAF Marham’s F-35 jets in Turkey after concerns about security were raised by a Scottish MP.

A world champion sprinter has appealed for sponsorship to help him continue his athletics career.

Jacob Murphy is hungry for more action with the England Under-21s and knows he needs to finish his breakthrough season strongly with Norwich City if he is going to make that happen.

Shakin’ Stevens knew very little about his large family’s history. A serious heart attack in 2010 inspired the singer, heading to the Ipswich Regent and Norwich Theatre Royal, to change that.

Jacob Murphy played less than half of England Under-21s’ 4-0 friendly win in Denmark on Monday night – but there is no cause for alarm.

Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy has been praised for his efforts during his England Under-21 debut last night.

Jacob Murphy will be hoping tonight to join a select band of Norwich City players who have pulled on an England shirt.

International action begins for two Norwich City players tonight when Scotland take on Canada in Edinburgh.

Jacob Murphy has been receiving congratulations from around the football world after being named in an England Under-21 squad for the first time.

Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy’s breakthrough season has reached new heights after being called up to the England Under-21 squad for the first time.

Bosnia and Herzegovina have handed former Norwich City academy defender Dario Dumic his first international call-up.

Charlie Haylock’s new book tells the story of the English language

A date has been confirmed for the next CAMRA National Winter Ales Festival in Norwich following the success of the inaugural event this year.

A woman is organising a school reunion for pupils who attended two schools in Thetford.

Another derby goal ensured Jonas Knusden had the biggest smile inside Carrow Road at full-time, even if his header wasn’t enough to earn Ipswich a win.

There was a sense of shock and surprise in a Hopton pub after regulars were told the news about the massive drug find on the village’s beach.

A former docker has shed fresh light on the disappearance of a woman known as “The Duchess”.

Britain has retained its 10th place ranking in Transparency International’s corruption table, but the organisation warned that its reputation would take a hit if standards are weakened after Brexit.

As part of our support of the Voluntary Norfolk Make a Difference in 2017 campaign, the EDP is shining a light on voluntary groups and individuals. Reporter Sophie Wyllie spoke to a passionate Parkrun volunteer.

Motorists are being warned of potential delays in Lowestoft.

More than 100 new technicians are being recruited by Great Yarmouth-based 3sun Group to service £6m worth of new and extended offshore and onshore wind farm contracts.

A green energy giant which hopes to build a massive wind farm off the north Norfolk coast is planning a further series of public events in communities which may be affected by the scheme.

Fraudsters have been placing fake orders using the details of car parts store Wilco to get thousands of pounds worth of goods.

Researchers at the John Innes Centre and the Earlham Institute have helped to identify genetic markers for disease tolerance that suggest UK ash trees may have a fighting chance against a fungal infection that has the potential to wipe out 90pc of the European ash tree population.

Car crashes into house in Diss

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

A car crashed into a building in Diss last night causing a gas leak.

The thought of sending a Christmas card may not have crossed your mind yet, but the final posting dates for the festive season are fast approaching. To help you remember, Royal Mail is launching a special postmark. Here’s everything you need to know:

RAF Marham has never had a war memorial until now.

Glyndebourne’s latest visit to Norwich includes several first including the company’s first ever production of Madama Butterfly. SIMON PARKIN finds out more from its debut director Annilese Miskimmon.

Witnesses are being urged to come forward after a policeman was assaulted during an incident yesterday at a north Norwich pub.

Traders from Trondheim, a city which shares many similarities with Norwich, will be heading to Millennium Plain this weekend to kick off an exciting shopping extravaganza organised by Norwich BID. Here’s a few of the things you’re likely to see at the event:

East Anglian poultry farmers have been urged to bolster their biosecurity measures and make contingency plans against an infectious strain of bird flu spreading throughout Europe.

Led by a comic book character and aiming to tap into the growing popularity of men’s grooming a cosmetic brand is hoping to take its range over the pond.

Farm machinery vintage and modern is the focus of the photographer’s lens this week in my archive feature.

Cromer’s Ryan Walsh was unable to add the European featherweight title to his British belt after losing in Denmark on Saturday night.

Leading promoter Frank Warren has praised twins Liam and Ryan Walsh for their “incredible knowledge” of boxing.

Ryan Walsh aims to complete what would be a remarkable dream double for Norfolk boxing this weekend.

A blue plaque will celebrate the first moving pictures to be taken in East Anglia – from the end of Gorleston’s south pier.

The disappointment of Swardeston’s loss on the big stage will soon give way to the reality of a fantastic season, batsman Lewis Denmark believes.

As the fifth incarnation of Doctor Who Peter Davison travelled to many weird and wonderful galaxies but he is now about to land in Norwich.

Online gaming firm 888 Holdings has said Euro 2016 and further expansion into the continent helped it post record revenue for the first half of the year.

Swardeston sealed a fifth successive East Anglian Premier League title as Freddie Ruffell picked the perfect day to score his first century in the competition.

The King’s Lynn Stars made a triumphant return to Manchester’s National Speedway Stadium after emphatically defeating league leaders Belle Vue Aces 41-49.

King’s Lynn ace Troy Batchelor says the Stars are desperate to turn their form around – starting when they head to Belle Vue tonight.

It has been a tough year for Graham Hacon.

East Anglia’s harvest is set to ramp up a gear in the coming days as farmers take advantage of the hot, dry weather to gather their cereal crops – with hopes that less favourable conditions elsewhere could boost their prices.

King’s Lynn head south to begin key back-to-back fixtures against Elite League champions Poole as they aim to bolster their play-off bid.

It’s back to the bread and butter of Elite League racing for Swindon and King’s Lynn’s World Cup contingent this evening.

An ambitious five-year plan to double in size and break into the dry pet food market has driven Natures Menu to invest £10.5m in a new factory.

A man was given a suspended sentence after he threatened to drive his car into a Norwich pub and assault two women after a row with the landlady.

King’s Lynn still harbour hopes of having two finalists in Saturday’s World Cup showpiece.

Cromer’s Liam Walsh will face Russian Andrey Klimov in October on the final step towards a world title fight.

James Spelman produced his second superb batting display in successive games yesterday to put Norfolk in an strong position on day one of their Minor Counties Championship clash with Lincolnshire at Manor Park.

Danish skipper Niels-Kristian Iversen is “all up for winning” as his country bids to bounce back from their 2015 World Cup final last-heat heartbreak in this year’s opener at Vojens tonight.

Norfolk go into the final day of their clash with Buckinghamshire having given themselves every chance of victory.

England’s humbling Euro 2016 defeat to minnows Iceland was described by pundits as the most embarrassing for the national team in more than half a century.

Reaction, analysis and updates from Norfolk on a historic day as Britain voted to leave the European Union sparking David Cameron to resign.

Department store chain Debenhams revealed falling sales as it said demand for clothes had been weak amid “uncertain trading conditions”.

Scottish international Steven Whittaker has to make the most of his reprieve argues chief Norwich writer Paddy Davitt, in the latest part of a summer series.

Norfolk’s biggest hospital has become the first in the eastern region to carry out a medical procedure which helps men with prostate problems.

King’s Lynn Stars Niels-Kristian Iversen and Robert Lambert experienced mixed fortunes on the track.

Captain Robert Lambert will spearhead a patched-up Great Britain side’s hopes of reaching the World Under-21 Team Cup final.

I am European. As Europeans we generally share common values, a common religion, heritage, culture and history. We have common treaties, which, in the case of Portugal, go back to the Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of 1373.

Whether it related to a gift meant for his wife or his mistress will remain a mystery.

Norfolk’s women’s team take centre stage at Manor Park on Sunday when they take on Netherlands.

All you need to know about the EU referendum - through A to Z.

With wooden pallets and blue paint at the ready, an intriguing building project is under way in Norwich’s Chapelfield Gardens.

Robert Lambert will be hoping to celebrate his call-up to the Great Britain Under-21 World Cup squad by progressing to the British final.

The England futsal squad is heading to Norwich this weekend for two international friendly matches against Finland.

Jordan Taylor played the starring role as Norfolk booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Minor Counties Unicorns Knock-Out Cup with a game to spare yesterday.

An epic trilogy charting Scottish history during the turbulent reign of three 15th century kings is taking to Norwich Theatre Royal stage this weekend for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights speaks to actor Steven Miller, who plays James I, about the shows.

Robert Lambert is remaining calm ahead of his first bid to try and reach the sport’s biggest stage.

A Beccles man who suffered horrific injuries after being involved in a collision on his bicycle in Loddon has thanked well-wishers for their hundreds of messages of support after undergoing a major operation.

Unable to keep pace with new technology, Rosie Hodgson’s ambition of rising to the top of her sport was in jeopardy until friends, family and local businesses stepped in.

Garry Park was the final-ball hero as Norfolk began their season with a dramatic four-run victory over Cambridgeshire.

The unsolved death of a woman whose headless body was found in Norfolk more than 40 years ago may be linked to Scotland, detectives believe.

A 91-year-old Second World War veteran who saw action during the Battle of Normandy has been rewarded for his bravery by the French government.

International friendly action concludes for a host of Norwich City players today.

Norwich City skipper Russell Martin came helped Scotland to keep a clean sheet in a friendly win in the Czech Republic last night.

Norwich City’s Steven Naismith and Steven Whittaker have withdrawn from Scotland’s squad for upcoming friendlies against the Czech Republic and Denmark.

It was the greatest naval clash of the First World War.

They are the mysterious species which gave their name to the historic city of Ely, and until recently were caught in the Great River Ouse.

Norwich City have lined up a late transfer window move for Swedish midfielder Oscar Hiljemark.

The finest East Anglian engineering was on display at LAMMA 2016, the UK’s largest agricultural machinery show – but with farm incomes dropping, how confident are the region’s manufacturers about the year ahead?

From April 2017, larger employers will be required to pay a new levy of 0.5pc of their total pay bill. But concerns have been raised. Business writer SABAH MEDDINGS reports.

As links with Ivo Pinto persist for Norwich City, David Freezer finds out more about the Zagreb full-back.

Offshore firm 3Sun Group has fought against falling energy prices and a tough trading climate to post large increases in both turnover and profit.

Monday, June 16 is a date that three Norwich City players will have on their minds a great deal during the next six months.

Former Norwich City stalwart Age Hareide is the new national coach of Denmark.

Two of her cousins reached the same great age and now a much-loved auntie to 11 nephews and nieces has celebrated her 100 year milestone.

Norwich City defender Martin Olsson swelled the Canaries’ contingent off to Euro 2016 after Sweden edged past Denmark 4-3 on aggregate in their play-off derby.

Sweden and Norwich City’s Martin Olsson may be in pole position to advance to Euro 2016 this evening against Denmark but his manager must contend with a defensive headache first.

Martin Olsson’s Sweden hold a slender advantage after the first leg of their Euro 2016 play-off tie against rivals Denmark in Stockholm on Saturday evening.

Alex Tettey will lead the way for Norwich City’s Euro 2016 play-off contingent tonight when he takes on Hungary with his Norway team-mates.

Russell Martin will have a summer away from football next year – but hopes it will be a different story for his Norwich City team-mates.

Police and paramedics were called to the corner of Sprowston Road and Denmark Road in Norwich on Sunday afternoon.

An eyesore site in Norwich could blaze a trail for a new style of housing – where families custom build their own homes and share meals.

Norwich City players Wes Hoolahan and Robbie Brady have been included in Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill’s 39-man squad for the Euro 2016 qualifying play-off against Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond is the latest member of Alex Neil’s squad to get a call-up for international duty later this month as part of the England Under-21s squad for a Uefa U21 qualifier against Kazakhstan.

Norwich City Under-21s let a 1-0 lead slip to lose 3-1 at Everton in the Barclays Under-21 Premier League.

The Jolly Roger flew high over the harbour as hordes of pirates with plastic cutlasses between their teeth descended on Wells Pirate Festival.

For all the talk of a winless Southampton being weary after their Thursday jaunt to Denmark, it was Norwich City who looked like they’d been clocking up the air miles at St Mary’s.

Alex Neil serenely dealt with the fall-out from Lewis Grabban’s wobble at Rotherham but it’s Southampton counterpart Ronald Koeman who appears to have more cause for concern ahead of Norwich City’s Premier League trip.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m heartily sick of the transfer window. Whilst it’s a wonderful excuse for Sky to crank up the hyperbole and for Jim White to practice his hyperventilating, it’s a major distorting factor on the development of this season’s Premier League, particularly with the big kick-off occurring almost a month before deadline day.

Eurotunnel said it wants the British and French governments to pay another 9.7 million euros (£6.8 million) to cover its costs for boosting security to tackle the migrant crisis in Calais.

Norwich City’s Nathan Redmond was on target but once again England fell short at a major tournament as the Under-21s capitulated against Italy to finish bottom of their group at the European Championship.

King’s Lynn Stars’ Niels-Kristian Iversen was unable to prevent Sweden from snatching the Speedway World Cup from hosts and holders Denmark.

They are two sisters who have captured the hearts of countless visitors to Banham Zoo with their adorable looks.

Two of the region’s favourite tiger cubs have come of age and will be leaving their Norfolk home for independent lives abroad.

Nearly 30 staff based at Norwich Airport face being left with neither a job nor redundancy money next month because of a dispute involving two helicopter firms.

Former speedway superstar Arne Pander died at Lisbon Court care home in King’s Lynn on May 22, aged 83.

Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond has been included in a provisional 27-man England Under-21 squad for this summer’s European Championship finals in the Czech Republic.

A family of chimney sweeps which turned their hand to enterprise with their own sweeping product are expanding sales into new European countries and consolidating existing links on the continent.

There was a debut century and two heartbreaking near misses as Swardeston turned on the style to move back to the top of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

During his 10 years in charge of Norfolk’s beloved speedway outfit, Rob Lyon thought he had seen everything.

Swardeston’s bid to win an unprecedented fourth successive East Anglian Premier League title got off to an excellent start on Saturday when they came through a tough challenge at Burwell.

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