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Pop-up church in Norwich: Pictures Keith Morris

Christian spirit kept alive in Norwich city centre with flashmob style pop-up church

A flashmob style pop-up church made a brief appearance in the centre of Norwich today to draw attention to the Easter message and to gather in essential food items for Norwich Foodbank.

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Sign at Eaton Park in Norwich: Submitted

Lily pond at Eaton Park in Norwich fenced off

A lily pond at Eaton Park in Norwich has been fenced off while the health of the fish is investigated.

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Children at Lionwood Infant School received a donation of chocolaty Easter treats from their local supermarket, so that they could raise funds for a summer day trip for the children. Pictured: Yr 1 children with Mr Hutchinson of Lionwood Infant School children with the donated Easter treats. Photo: Supplied

Chocolate treats will help pay for a summer outing for Thorpe St Andrew pupils

A Norwich school has been given some Easter goodies to help it raise money for a summer trip to the seaside.

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City College Norwich Three Peaks Challenge. Pictured: On top of Snowdon. Photo: Supplied

City College Norwich staff face the highs and lows of their charity challenge

A team of 26 staff members from City College Norwich and Norfolk Educational Services have completed their Three Peaks challenge.

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Alice Eardley has her photograph taken by Laura Evans for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival's finale Safe House
Photo by Simon Finlay.

You could have a starring role in this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival

People across the city are set to have a starring role in the final moments of an outdoor spectacle taking place at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

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Alan Freeland (left) receives the keys to MacLean Electrical’s new Beacon Park building from Wellington’s Paul Ollington

Aberdeen firm opens new base at Gorleston’s Beacon Park to service Southern North Sea

A Scottish firm is eyeing further growth opportunities in Norfolk after moving in to its new £700,000 base in Gorleston.

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Review: Matt Richardson

The career projectories of most comics goes from years of playing depressingly small venues, to decent theatres and finally telly. For Matt Richardson, things have been a little different.

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Alice Eardley has her photograph taken by Laura Evans for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival's finale Safe House
Photo by Simon Finlay.

You could have a starring role in this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival

People across the city are set to have a starring role in the final moments of an outdoor spectacle taking place at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

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Humble Boy runs from Thursday, April 24 to Saturday, May 3 at the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich.

Humble Boy is the Maddermarket Theatre’s latest show

To bee or not to bee - a show inspired by one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies is taking to the stage at the Maddermarket Theatre in Norwich.

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Beccles, as pictured in 'Fourteen Days Afloat' by H Brittain (1885)

Photo Gallery: Life on the Norfolk Broads in the 1880s

If there’s anything more beautiful than the Broads themselves then it just might be the books written about them. Trevor Heaton previews a new exhibition which begins today.

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NUA srudent Laura Dennis is one of three winners of the Axisweb Curated Selection Prize.

Norwich curation student scoops national award

Norwich student Laura Dennis has been announced as a winner of a national prize for writing on the subject of art curation. Laura, who is studying MA Curation at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA), is one of three winners of the Axisweb Curated Selection Prize, which was selected by a jury including Sarah Martin, head of exhibitions at Turner Contemporary.

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Festival hopes to build gaming business in Norwich

All ages and genders sampled the technological offerings of Microsoft, Nintendo, Sega and Sony at the inaugural Norwich Gaming Festival last week.

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Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer has suffered no adverse reaction to his return from a hamstring injury at Fulham. 
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Norwich City’s on-loan defender Joseph Yobo ruled out of Premier League clash against title favourites Liverpool

Russell Martin and Michael Turner are primed to get another chance to work on their central defensive partnership against Liverpool’s fearsome spearhead in Easter Sunday’s Premier League tussle at Carrow Road.

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Dean Ashton celebrates scoring the games first goal in the 2-0 victory over Manchester United on April 9, 2005

Five times Norwich City have upset the odds for the Premiership elite to triumph

Norwich boss Neil Adams is banking on the Carrow Road factor tipping the balance against Liverpool to help inflict another defeat on one of the elite.

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Norwich manager Neil Adams would not swap places with Fulham's Felix Magath in the Premier League relegation battle.  
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Neil Adams turns up the heat on Norwich City’s Premier League relegation rivals

Neil Adams is confident Norwich City’s Premier League relegation rivals will be feeling the heat just as much as his Canaries.

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Jonathan Sole bowling for Swardeston at Great Witchingham on Saturday.  Photo: Bill Smith

Swardeston set to begin quest for third successive East Anglian Premier Cricket League title

The local cricket season returns tomorrow with the first weekend of fixtures in the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

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Norwich City striker Carlton Morris scored one and was involved in Reece Hall-Johnson's equaliser in Thursday's 2-2 Premier League Under-21 development draw at Manchester United's Under-21s. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Fit-again midfielder Elliott Bennett plays his second 90 minutes in Norwich City’s 2-2 Premier League development draw at Manchester United

Norwich City’s stirring late fightback at Old Trafford on Thursday night salvaged a point to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for next season’s elite tier of the Premier Under-21 Development League.

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Wroxham chief Guziejko takes blame for his relegation-threatened team’s plight

Wroxham boss Pawel Guziejko admits he must take responsibility for Wroxham’s current league situation as they prepare to host Burnham Ramblers.

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Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis. Photo: Martin Rickett/PA

Pulis disinterested in Manager of the Year award

Tony Pulis is amongst the favourites for the Manager of the Year award, although such recognition is not overly important to the Crystal Palace manager.

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Chelsea's Eden Hazard. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Steve Holland gives Eden Hazard injury update ahead of Sunderland clash

Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard “remains a doubt” for Chelsea’s Champions League semi-final first leg trip to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night.

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