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

The University of East Anglia’s student newspaper was recognised as one of the best in the country after shortlists for the Student Publication Association awards were announced on Sunday.

The luck of the Irish will be alive and well in Norwich this weekend as the city celebrates the patron saint of Ireland in style.

An East Anglian audio visual distributor has reported a record set of profits, allowing it to pay out £3m in dividends to its managing director.

Norwich City U23s return to Premier League Two action when they host Stoke at Colney tonight, looking to build on an impressive 2-1 win over Manchester United U23s in their last game.

Pertinent of Daniel Farke to slap the blinkers on Norwich City in the Championship title race on the eve of the Cheltenham Festival.

To get women into tech roles, it takes more than a boardroom discussing the theory of its importance. And at big companies, implementing real turnaround can be more difficult than in smaller teams. We sat down with Aviva’s Women In Tech program manager, Freya MacLachlan, to find out what practical steps the big players can take, to get more women at the tech table.

There’s so much to celebrate on International Women’s Day this year, but we’ve still got a way to go, says Emily Cotton.

If you buy the Disney Mary Poppins outfit from the supermarket it will cost around £15 but, wait a minute, World Book Day is surely all about reading, isn’t it?

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.

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

Customers of Aviva in Norwich have been told there will be no change to their policies by the firm transferring assets to Ireland as part of Brexit continency planning.

Weird Norfolk takes a tour of the Bridewell’s Undercroft, where fascinating stories of merchants and misery await.

An equestrian centre in north Norfolk has been forced to close due to a case of equine flu.

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.

Video City ace reveals big ambition

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Norwich City starlet Simon Power aims to be a trailblazer in a Dutch loan spell he hopes leads to the Canaries’ first team.

Norwich City’s preparations for this week’s East Anglian Derby at Carrow Road could not have got off to a better start following Saturday’s epic win over Leeds United.

Stacia Briggs says meditation is a really great way to improve your wellbeing, heart health and blood pressure. It’s also a lovely chunk of time to spend feeling furious, anxious, uncomfortable or hungry without distraction

Norwich City take on Leeds in a top of the table clash on Saturday.

After notching up a fifth straight win in London 2NE Norwich take a break from league action on Saturday to visit Letchworth Garden City in the RFU Intermediate Cup.

Iain Dale says things are looking up for Theresa May this week, but there’s a long way to go to see if a good Brexit deal will define her time at 10 Downing Street

James Marston says Brexit has to be sorted and we might have to accept that none of us will be happy

Follow along with political correspondent Geraldine Scott in Westminster on what is being dubbed Brexit’s Super Tuesday showdown in the Commons.

Tesco has confirmed that up to 9,000 employees are at risk of losing their jobs.

As MPs prepare to thrash out the details of Brexit in parliament once again, our reporters took to the streets of Great Yarmouth, Cromer, King’s Lynn, and Norwich to find out what people thought of progress, how they voted in 2016 , and if they would vote differently now.

A barrister, visual artist and EDP journalist are among ten aspiring writers selected to take part in a talent development programme run by the National Centre for Writing (NCW).

The Circus of Horrors are arriving to the Hippodrome Great Yarmouth on Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2 at 8pm with their new show Psycho Asylum.

Norwich City youngster Adam Idah is being tracked by clubs across Europe, according to reports.

Norwich City legend Wes Hoolahan is launching a football academy in Dublin to help produce the next generation of ‘Ireland legends’.

A classy field of six contest the £15,000 feature chase on a competitive six-race card at Fakenham on Thursday afternoon.

French midfielder William Hondermarck has described his move to Norwich City as ‘amazing’, after going straight into under-23 action.

Impressing in Holland is the goal for Norwich City winger Simon Power, as he targets pushing for a place in Daniel Farke’s first-team squad next season.

Martin O’Neill has been named the new manager of Norwich City’s potential promotion rivals Nottingham Forest.

East Anglian firms are taking practical measures to shield themselves against extreme Brexit scenarios as the political turmoil around the UK’s exit from the European Union continues to cast uncertainty over future trading conditions.

Norwich City legend Wes Hoolahan could yet be facing an unexpected reunion with the Canaries this weekend.

A clothing brand has found a new home after the shop it was trading from in Dereham announced its closure.

With just over three months ago until the UK is due to leave the European Union, how will we cope with Brexit over Christmas?

Enough Conservative MPs have requested a vote of confidence in Theresa May to trigger a contest, chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee Sir Graham Brady has announced.

Adam Idah has warned his Norwich City Under-18 team-mates to avoid complacency when this season’s FA Youth Cup campaign begins at Port Vale this evening.

Wes Hoolahan is hoping for “a great day out” at Carrow Road next year – after his promised testimonial was announced as a celebration match alongside fellow Canaries legend Russell Martin.

It will be ‘Team Wes’ against ‘Team Russ’ next year, after Norwich City confirmed a special celebration match is being organised to mark the Canaries careers of Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin.

A Norfolk artist is creating a sculpture commemorating the tragically short lives of nearly 8,000 premature, sick and stillborn babies buried in part of a public cemetery, sometimes eight to a plot.

Norfolk writer Kevin Crossley-Holland has conjured treasure from the stories which thread through our landscape and light-up childhood and beyond

Trainer Olly Murphy and Norfolk-based jockey Fergus Gregory look set for a big day this afternoon at Fakenham as the Stratford-based handler targets more glory at the north Norfolk course.

Steph Callen of Diss and District Athletics Club tells us why we should consider Park Run this January

Beau Sancy, having won his last three races, looks to add to trainer Olly Murphy’s superb recent success rate at Fakenham when the course’s fourth meeting of the 2018/19 National Hunt season takes place on Tuesday.

A sepsis survivor has raised £2,000 for the James Paget University Hospital to help continue work to raise awareness of the condition and to say thank you to staff.

With the festive season approaching, we’ve chosen 26 all-time great feel-good movies. Vote for your favourite in our poll.

Video Swansea City v Norwich City: The Lowdown

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Can Norwich City carry on where they left off? Get in the mood with videos, quotes, team news and expected formations.

Furniture giant Ikea has announced that 350 jobs are at risk in the UK as part of a cull of 7,500 employees worldwide.

Daniel Farke looks to have no new injury worries for the resumption of Championship duties following the international break.

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

The battle now is between the ideologues and the pragmatists.

Prince William loves Norfolk so much it’s the place he calls home. So what’s to like?

Benjamin Francis Leftwich has today announced a headline UK and Ireland tour for Spring 2019 that will see him perform at OPEN in Norwich on April 3.

The owner of Italian restaurants Zizzi and Ask has revealed a year of strong sales growth and is considering expansion despite a rocky consumer climate.

This huge image of a horse, spanning more than 200 metres, has appeared in a secluded field on the Norfolk-Suffolk to remember the role that animals played in the First World War.

Norwich City duo Jamal Lewis and Michael McGovern are part of Northern Ireland’s squad for an upcoming friendly against Republic of Ireland on November 15 and a Uefa Nations League clash against Austria at Windsor Park three days later.

The Brexit endgame is in sight – perhaps.

Understanding the First World War will become easier for future generations due to the advance in technology, says Broadland MP Keith Simpson

One of Norwich City’s reported targets in Ireland has admitted he could soon be making the move to England.

Thirteen jobs are proposed to be cut at British Steel’s Brandon site only a month and a half after the company promised no sites would close as part of a ‘streamlining’ process.

Local keeper Kieran Lambourne is helping England set a World Cup alight again.

Due to huge popular demand, after his first tour-de-force, smash hit, sell out tour, ‘My Life Story’; Suggs is treading the boards again with a brand new show.

A special proclamation to commemorate the end of the First World War and written by Newmarket Town Crier Brenda Willison is set to be performed across the world on Armistice Day.

The Greene King IPA Novice Chase over two miles is the feature of Fakenham’s second meeting of the new National Hunt season on Wednesday.

An event which saw more than 275 pieces of art created on the streets of Norwich has come to an end.

A girl from Norfolk has been selected for an under-15s south east regional football trial.

Jordan Rhodes’ second half brace completed another stirring Championship comeback to sink Aston Villa 2-1 on Tuesday night at Carrow Road.

Matt Gill admits Norwich City Under-23s need to go back to the drawing board after a heavy loss away to Stoke inflicted a third successive defeat on the young Canaries.

Christmas songs will echo through Weybourne Village Hall when a musician and choir leader from Ireland pays a visit.

In a week of highs and lows for the retail world, Norfolk has weathered the storm with some positive stories coming out of the county’s business community.

Norwich return to London 2NE action after a week off with what is likely to be their toughest game so far, away at leaders Woodford.

Insurance firm Aviva has offered reassurance that setting up an Irish subsidiary will not impact on jobs or customers in the UK.

A new Irish pub behind a butcher shop promises ‘craic and crackling’ as it prepares to open in the city.

It was described by a number of keen onlookers as “the strongest fleet of Laser sailors assembled this year.”

They are still in their teens. But today Norwich band Let’s Eat Grandma are in the company of rock music royalty after winning a coveted award.

Adam Idah’s strong start to the season continued as the Norwich City starlet was on target again for the Republic of Ireland U19s.

Rita Simons, best known for playing Roxy in EastEnders, will return to the Theatre Royal stage in 2019.

Teemu Pukki just loves playing in the Uefa Nations League – after scoring his third consecutive winner for Finland in the new competition.

As Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress design is unveiled, Nicola Barrell takes a look at Royal wedding gowns through the ages

Will Varley, with support from I Said Goodbye and Ailbhe Reddy, delivered a raw and honest performance to a sizeable crowd last night at Epic Studios in Norwich.

Olympic hopefuls will be among 100 of the UK’s best young sailors who are expected to descend on Lowestoft this weekend.

Raise a pint of Guinness as a new pub is bringing the luck of Irish to the city.

Daniel Farke is pleased to see Norwich City’s young guns continue to receive international recognition – but remains wary of too much game-time.

Pro-life campaigners from across the country descended on a small Norfolk village this weekend in an annual pilgrimage.

A Norfolk company will be “making good” on its long-term expansion plans, as it strengthens its stance on the global stage by doubling the size of its head office and recruiting 20 new staff.

Tesco is starting to see a pay-off from its takeover of wholesaler Booker with a rise in half-year sales and profits.

Prepare to be amazed as Britain’s Got Talent runner-up Jamie Raven comes to the city with his latest show.

Essex-born pop star Anne-Marie has announced the dates of her 2019 tour.

Aldi will open 130 new stores in the UK over the next two years, after sales hit a record high in 2017.

Motoring editor Andy Russell visits a mind-bogglingly vast warehouse, which could house 20 football pitches, which is a logistical labyrinth stocking parts for keeping Fords on the road for the whole of the UK and Ireland.

Viewers from around the world will soon be able to see the Mid Norfolk Railway in Dereham feature in the popular BBC television drama series Bodyguard, with Netflix acquiring the rights to broadcast the series to viewers outside the UK and Ireland.

Norfolk will be spared the worst of Storm Ali today (September 19), as it sweeps in this afternoon across the UK.

A weather warning has been issued for parts of Norfolk as the remnants of Storm Helene move across the country.

Teemu Pukki’s cheeky finish sunk Middlesbrough 1-0 in Norwich City’s best display of the season.

Norwich City legend Wes Hoolahan has signed for West Brom on a free transfer, after persuading manager Darren Moore that his 36-year-old legs could still produce some Championship magic.

It is a simple brown cardboard box, filled to the brim with everything from plant seeds to a book of crosswords.

West Brom boss Darren Moore will make a decision on whether to offer former Norwich City duo Wes Hoolahan and Russell Martin contracts “in the next seven days”.

The summer of 1980 and I’m still a teenager. With room to spare. I don’t bop in public (lack of rhythm, self-conscious, feet with minds of their own) but in a parallel world I’m a lithesome Nureyev, swaying to a post-disco beat.

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