November 22 2014 Latest news:

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Clive Crotch (Left) and Carl Bradley (Right) planting the tree in memory of William Bradley

Tree planted in memorial to William Bradley who raised more that £150,000 for charity

A special memorial has been planted in honour of a dedicated charity fundraiser who raised more than £150,000 to help local patients.

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Aviva staff speak of their shock at the company’s possible merger with Friends Life

Aviva staff today spoke of their shock that the company was considering a possible merger with Friends Life.

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Marianne Buist is preparing to take part in the Norfolk Half Marathon in aid of HeadSmart, supported by Joyce and Colin Bell, whose daughter died of a brain tumour. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Couple’s efforts to raise awarness of brain tumours after daughter’s tragic death

A couple whose daughter died of an undiagnosed brain tumour in July 2006 are using their experience to help raise awareness of brain tumours to prevent other parents going through the same loss.

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Tim Child outside Norwich Magistrates Court where he is contesting his charge of driving without due care and attention at the traffic blackspot at the junction of Long John Hill and Barrett Road. Photo : Steve Adams

Driver risks criminal record over Norwich car crash in fight to make ‘accident blackspot’ safer

A motorist who crashed at a Norwich “accident blackspot” is risking a criminal conviction in a battle for new safety measures.

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Evening News Bonny Baby winner, 11-month-old, Harrison James Reynolds, with his mum, Charlene. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Harrison is the bonniest baby in Norwich

Meet Harrison James Reynolds, the winner of the Norwich Evening News’ Bonny Babies competition 2014.

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32 seasonal markets to get you into the Christmas spirit

Injest some real festive spirit into your Christmas shopping with a whirl around the region’s wonderful seasonal markets. SIMON PARKIN has a guide to the best places for gifts and plenty of Christmas cheer!

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Sarah Perry - Winner of the 2014 East Anglian Book Awards.

EDP Jarrold East Anglian Book Awards - Norwich author’s first chapter starts with a win

The annual celebration of the best new East Anglian books took place last night at an awards ceremony in Norwich.

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Young performers rehearse for Lord of the Flies with Matthew Bourne's New Adventures company ahead of the performance at the Theatre Royal in Norwich.
 Picture by Simon Finlay.

Review: Lord of the Flies

William Golding’s classic tale is one of a group collapsing in on itself: this production is a group coming together in spectacular fashion.

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The GoGoDragons sponsors concentrate on picking the right design for their dragons. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Decision time at exhibition of GoGoDragons! designs in Norwich

From dragons decorated with images of Norfolk to fire-breathing beasts inspired by everything from fairy tales to the whole world - a vast array of designs were on display in a very special exhibition.

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Emma Healey is on the shortlist with her debut novel, Elizabeth is Missing. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich author’s debut novel could scoop Costa Book Award

Norwich author Emma Healey, (pictured), has been shortlisted for the 2014 Costa Book Awards for her debut work, Elizabeth is Missing.

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Video: Our verdict on this year’s Christmas TV adverts

“Monty doesn’t do the revolting things penguins usually do, like regurgitating fish, he’s a right laugh”

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Action from the 2013 Norwich Half Marathon which started and finished at the Norfolk Show-ground.

Norwich Half Marathon is Norfolk’s race to be proud of

The City of Norwich Half Marathon is without a doubt one of the biggest races in East Anglia, with the first official race taking place in 1985.

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Action from the 2013 Norwich Half Marathon which started and finished at the Norfolk Show-ground. Men's race winner Ben Russell.


Norwich Half Marathon win had Ben jumping for joy

At the risk of sounding like an X Factor sob story, winning Norwich Half Marathon has been both my biggest success in athletics to date and my most scary.

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Norwichs last win came against Bolton Wanderers on October 31.	Picture: Paul chesterton/focus images

Brighton visit provides a good chance to get ‘new Norwich City era’ up and running

It doesn’t seem that long ago that Norwich City were going into a home match that was earmarked as vital.

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All eyes will be on Neil Adams skipper at Carrow Road this afternoon. Picture: PAUL CHESTERTON

Captain Russell Martin’s professionalism hailed ahead of Norwich City appearance landmark

The achievement of reaching 200 appearances at any football club is not lost on Neil Adams.

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Russell Martin enjoyed his latest stint with the Scotland set up. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA

Huge Scotland games whet Russell Martin’s Premier League appetite

Being involved in Scotland’s high-profile derby matches has added fresh impetus to Russell Martin’s drive to become a top-flight player again.

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Goldie Sayers in action on June 29, 2014, at the British Athletics Championships held at Alexander Stadium, Birmingham. She won the event convincingly and made it 11 British titles in the javelin. Picture: PAUL SANWELL/OP PHOTOGRAPHIC

Goldie Sayers ‘not bitter’ about funding withdrawal as she promises to press on with Rio 2016 bid

British record holder Goldie Sayers has vowed to press ahead with her plans for the Rio Olympics in 2016 – despite having her funding withdrawn by British Athletics.

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The trophy-winning Mark Farnham students

Ely students in good form at regional championships

Ely students of the Mark Farnham School of Tae Kwon-do brought back eight medals from the TAGB South East Championships.

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We want promotion, says Sudbury coach, ahead of Cantabs clash

Today’s clash between Sudbury and Cantabrigian is the biggest game to be held at Whittome Fields for many years, according to the Suffolk side’s coach, Graham Richards.

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