As a quiet January transfer window draws to a close for Norwich City ahead of Thursday’s 11pm deadline, David Freezer takes a look at an area in which the Canaries have been busy this season, the loan market
From The Walks in King’s Lynn to the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow via the Rat Verlegh Stadion in the Netherlands, meet the Norfolk football fan who’s New Year’s resolution in 2018 was to visit as many stadiums as possible.
Timm Klose just can’t stop scoring! The central defender was the two-goal hero to earn Norwich City a superb 2-1 win away to promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest, coming back from behind with an excellent performance.
Gary Lucy will be celebrating his birthday in Norwich in his birthday suit. We find out how he feels about baring all on stage, the kind of role he dreams of having on TV and the restaurant he loves to visit when he’s back in Norwich.
We’ve enjoyed stunning weather this summer but if it’s a sign of things to come as the climate warms there could be unexpected, and deadly - consequences. Sheena Grant reports on why horse owners are being advised to learn about African Horse Sickness.
England will try to win just their second ever World Cup semi-final when they take on Croatia tonight, here is how the Eastern Daily Press reported on the first: a 2-1 win over Portugal at Wembley on July 26, 1966.
England’s historic World Cup penalty shoot-out win against Colombia on Tuesday has proven that history does not always repeat itself. So perhaps life isn’t futile after all and perhaps, more importantly, football is coming home, says Jacob Massey.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for our Norwich City photographer Paul Chesterton and his son, Dan, out at the World Cup but they’re loving they’re Russian adventures – even if it’s not all been smooth sailing...
The Greatest Show on Turf kicks off in Russia this week, bringing with it all the emotion, heartache and joy that every football tournament does. Mark Heath takes a look at what we can expect in the next month.
More glimpses of promise but limited end product. Another case of what might have been for Nelson Oliveira and Norwich City last season. Paddy Davitt assesses what next, in the latest of our report cards.
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?
The incredible position of the impressive Cliffside House in Overstrand , once the home of famous architect Edward Boardman, has ensured beautiful sea views by day and mesmerising sunsets and starry skies by night.
Two black-tailed godwits from Norfolk that were among the first ever British wading birds to be released into the wild under a new conservation technique have been spotted alive and well – 1,200 miles away in Portugal.
Uncomfortable, disturbing, dark, twisted - and brilliant. The writers of Inside No 9 show no signs of running out of inspiration for this wonderful series of self-contained stories that are all linked by a number.
Norfolk County Council has joined a European project to see how the county can gain greater financial benefit from the 300,000 pilgrims drawn annually to the village of Walsingham, sometimes called the ‘Nazareth of England’.
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...
She is the patron saint of women who wished to be freed from abusive husbands, a woman whose commitment to avoiding her marriage to a pagan king saw her grow a beard overnight in order to repel him from the union.
RavenEye have had a tremendous year. The Download festival and supporting Aerosmith in Portugal have been just two of the highlights as Oli Brown and friends continue to cement their reputation as one of the best up-and-coming bands on the live circuit.
He may be 35 years old but the magic feet of Wes Hoolahan have still seen the talented Irish playmaker ranked among the top players in the Championship for the new edition of the popular Fifa video game series.
Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts assembles another zany international cast of circus performers, streets artists and strange happenings this weekend. We preview what not to miss at what promises to be another weird weekend by the seaside.
Ricky van Wolfswinkel makes his first competitive return to England since an unhappy spell at Carrow Road in FC Basel’s prestige Champions League opening group tie at Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United on Tuesday night.
All the rumours, all the confirmed deals. This is the only place for Norwich City fans to follow live coverage of the 2017 Summer Transfer Deadline Day, with the latest from Carrow Road plus major transfer news from around the Championship and beyond.
Thomas Randle, who secured the Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand in the early months of the year, maintained his impressive start to 2017 by recording the fastest racing lap in the opening LMP3 UK Cup race at Donington Park.
Among the latest athletes to join the Young Norfolk Sports Academy is kayak racer Tim Dowden. The 15-year-old Langley School pupil enjoyed national success at the end of last year and is setting his sights on further progress in 2017.
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:
West Norfolk teenager Oliver Clarke is celebrating after an impressive first international campaign representing his country saw him finish seventh in the world competition for kart racers, aged 13-15.
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.
Highly-rated Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond has been demonstrating some of his finishing skills in training with the England Under-21s – proving he can finish with his left foot, as well as his favoured right foot.
Anticipated cuts to the further education sector were not as bad as expected following the spending review last week. However Stuart Rimmer, principal and CEO of Great Yarmouth College is cautious, pointing out “the devil will be in the detail”, as changes come into play.
Hospitals like the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn will be running up debts beyond their control if new rules which would see lower-earning non-EU workers deported were brought into force, a Norfolk MP has warned.
When word reached British shores that the Battle of Trafalgar was won, but that the victor, Nelson, was dead, this momentous news arrived not via a vast battleship, but by one of the smallest veterans from the clash.
After doubling its production capacity and scooping a prestigious industry award, a growing food firm is urging more people to choose cooking oil made from East Anglian rapeseed, rather than exotic imported alternatives.
Failures to properly administer the system of EU farm payments have cost the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) more than £600m in fines, the Whitehall spending watchdog has disclosed.
Norwich City’s record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel is in discussions with former club Sporting Lisbon regarding personal terms after the clubs reportedly agreed a transfer deal, according to Dutch media on Monday afternoon.
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.
Norwich City midfielder Nathan Redmond has an old score to settle against Germany when he features for the England’s Under-21s against their old foes at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium on Monday night (KO 7.45pm).