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Competition winner John Checketts, left, meets artist Martin Wall and the GoGoDragons at a secret location. Photo: Bill Smith

George is revealed as the winning design in our GoGoGorillas! competition

England’s brave and gallant patron saint is the inspiration behind the winning entry in our design-a-dragon competition.

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Parents see the plans for the new Chapel Road School.

Councillors give Chapel Road School the green light to move to new multimillion Old Buckenham site

A multimillion pound rebuild of a complex needs school has been given the green light by councillors.

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Commemorating WWI at Norwich School - John Walker has built a replica Western Front trench for the exhibition in the chapel crypt. Photo: Bill Smith

The flying ace and the dancing star - new exhibition sheds light on the former Norwich School pupils who fought in the Great War

A full-size replica of a trench and a host of war-time memorabilia are at the heart of a new exhibition which aims to shed light on a school’s contribution to the First World War.

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Club chairman Alan Bowkett and chief executive David McNally present Norwich City's accounts at Carrow Road. Photo: Bill Smith

Norwich City’s ‘healthy’ finances set up club for January spending

Norwich City manager Neil Adams will be handed the financial fire power to buy new players in the January transfer window after the club was handed a clean bill of health in its annual accounts.

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Chris Ball, pharmacist at Hurn Chemist in Norwich, who is part of a new campaign urging patients to cut down on wasted medicines. Picture: Supplied

Patients urged to help the NHS save millions of pounds in Norfolk by cutting medicines waste

Patients have been urged to help save the NHS millions of pounds after it emerged that almost £5m was being lost every year in Norfolk through unused prescription medicines.

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Young people preparing for the Hostry Festival's Debut event,

Event aims to showcase talents of young Norfolk writers

Young wordsmiths will be taking to the stage this weekend in a special event celebrating emerging writers.

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Competition winner John Checketts, left, meets artist Martin Wall and the GoGoDragons at a secret location. Photo: Bill Smith

George is revealed as the winning design in our GoGoGorillas! competition

England’s brave and gallant patron saint is the inspiration behind the winning entry in our design-a-dragon competition.

Read full story »

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21 events for ghosts, ghouls and things going bump this Halloween

Behold, the witching hour is almost upon us and there are plenty of terrifying adventure to scare you out of your wits this Halloween week. SIMON PARKIN picks some of the highlights to send shivers down your spine.

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15 fun things to do with your family in Norfolk this half term

Schools are out once again and families looking for some perfect half term fun are spoilt for choice. SIMON PARKIN highlights some of the shows taking place this week.

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Young people preparing for the Hostry Festival's Debut event,

Event aims to showcase talents of young Norfolk writers

Young wordsmiths will be taking to the stage this weekend in a special event celebrating emerging writers.

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Simon Pritchard. Photo by Sophia France.

Norwich artist’s exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art

An exhibition of cult movie-inspired poster art is being held at the Forum in Norwich until Sunday.

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Kiara Hawker and Paul Preston Mills rehearsing 'Walking the Road' with director Jim Rymer. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk-based theatre company gets ready to tour two shows about love’s triumph over war

Two Irish plays about love’s triumph over war are set to go on a tour of Norfolk and Suffolk.

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Steven Whittaker accepts the pressure is on Norwich City's squad. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Steven Whittaker is determined to rise to the challenge at Norwich City

Steven Whittaker realises it is time for Norwich City’s squad to deliver after dropping their Championship standards.

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David Healy was on target the last time Norwich City got a point from Sheffield Wednesday in 2003. PA Photo: Steve Parkin.

Norwich City’s Neil Adams is not interested in Sheffield Wednesday woes

Norwich City’s wretched run against Sheffield Wednesday drew a predictably dismissive response from Neil Adams.

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The annual Norfolk junior county tennis awards have been presented, including to (from left) Alex Mcnaughton, Tom Watkinson, Scott Whiting, Danni Long Martinez and Emily Barrett.

Young tennis players are assessed for future Norfolk team selections

Over 75 young tennis players have been assessed for Norfolk team selections at East Anglia Tennis & Squash Club in Norwich.

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Barford Primary School headteacher Judith Tigerschiold accepts a cheque for £100 from the Auto Cycle Union following pupil Kenzie Cossey's (centre) performance at the British Youth Grass Track Championships. Kenzie was joined by King's Lynn Stars rider Robert Lambert (right) for the presentation.

Auto Cycle Union reward Norwich New Stars rider for British Youth Grasstrack Championships success

Young grasstrack racer Kenzie Cossey has earned a financial boost for his school following success at the British Youth Grasstrack Championships.

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King's Lynn Town players celebrate Marc Goodfellow's goal in a 2-0 win against AFC Fylde at The Walks in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier Division last season. Picture Matthew Usher.

Cup upset needed for King’s Lynn Town to get giant-killing chance

The mouth-watering prospect of an FA Cup tie with a Football League side is within touching distance for King’s Lynn Town – and manager Gary Setchell admits the excitement for the game is already in full flow.

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Freddie Sears is left wondering what happened as the U's surrender a two goal advantage to lose 3-2 to Sheffield United in the last ten minutes

U’s and me: ‘Carl’s Curse’ is officially over, I think

I am making an official announcement – my curse on our local teams, for the current season, is over.

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Chelsea's Diego Costa (Photo by Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)

Mourinho ready to risk Costa but Chelsea boss coy over Manchester United

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is prepared to risk Diego Costa’s fitness at Manchester United on Sunday, providing the striker can train in full on Saturday.

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Joe Cole of Aston Villa  (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Former West Ham and Liverpool man in line for Villa berth at QPR

Fabian Delph’s operation on his dislocated shoulder has been a success - but he is not expected to play for Aston Villa again this year with Joe Cole likely to take his place.

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