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The scene at Long John Hill in Norwich tonight: Submitted picture

Update: Woman struck by train in Norwich receiving treatment for her injuries

A woman was taken to hospital after being struck by a train in Norwich earlier today.

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Reading table in Norfolk and Norwich Subscription Library 1954. Photo: J Moore.

Landmark in Norwich library’s history is set to be marked with series of events

A landmark in a Norwich library’s history is set to be celebrated with a series of events.

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Marigold lives! Family of Norwich eccentric confirm he is enjoying ‘peaceful’ retirement

When an artist immortalised Norwich-eccentric Marigold in an oil painting, it sparked wild rumours about what had happened to him.

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Crash in Sprowston

There has been a crash in Sprowston today.

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Norwich Living Wage Week will be the topic under discussion on Business Extra on October 30. Pictured are presenter Shaun Lowthorpe, left, with Tony Gammage, from Norwich Living Wage Campaign, and Stuart Wright,  property and facilities director at Aviva

Living Wage campaign to make the case for better pay for staff

Businesses are being urged to follow the lead of companies such as Aviva and sign up to a campaign to pay a Living Wage to staff.

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auction house property

More than £3.5 million worth of property sold at auction today in Norwich

Auction House sale today in Norwich sees 26 properties go under the hammer raising more than £3.5 million

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Paul Flannery as Treguard in Knightmare Live.

Review: Knightmare Live

A tolling bell, a thumping heartbeat, an empty knapsack. For people of a certain generation that means only one thing: Knightmare.

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Halloween Fun on the set of the Mustard Show.

Beer, boots, bats and giant vegetables - what to expect from Mustard TV this halloween

Giant veg was on the menu this week as one of our gardening gurus came in to tell us all about the gargantuan leek he’s somehow managed to grow.

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: The perennial family favourite is back at the Theatre Royal in Norwich as part of the Family Arts Festival.

Review: Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Norwich Theatre Royal

It has been a while since this great Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice classic hit the stage of Norwich Theatre Royal but one thing was for sure – the audience was hungry for this feel-good musical.

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Katherine Ryan

Review: Katherine Ryan

If only every comedian was as acerbic, smart and downright funny as Katherine Ryan.

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The Country Wife in rehearsal for the Hostry Festival. Jo Reil as Margery Pinchwife and Peter Barrow as Mr Pinchwife. Photo: Bill Smith

Restoration comedy among Hostry Festival’s mix of shows

A bawdy Restoration comedy from the time of Charles II is the headline show at this year’s Hansells Hostry Festival.

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Hostry Festival 2014: Disappearing Friends.

New Norwich show explores the issue of dementia

A new play exploring the issue of dementia has been commissioned for this year’s Hostry Festival.

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Pick your Norwich City team to face Bolton Wanderers

Norwich City host Bolton Wanderers at Carrow Road on Friday and we want to know who you would pick to start for the Canaries.

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Nathan Redmond knows what Josh Murphy is going through as he breaks into the Norwich City first team picture. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Nathan Redmond takes his mentoring role seriously at Norwich City

Nathan Redmond is ready to be the leader of the pack with Norwich City’s exciting young guns.

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New Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has had an immediate impact at the Trotters ahead of Friday's Championship game at Norwich City. Picture: PA

Neil Lennon - Norwich City made the right choice in Neil Adams

Bolton boss Neil Lennon believes Norwich City made the right choice in appointing Neil Adams to the top job at Carrow Road ahead of bringing the Trotters to Norfolk for Friday’s televised Championship duel.

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Tristan Cliffe, left, faces the camera.

Rare night race at Snetterton will decide Lotus Cup UK Championship winners

Snetterton’s only night race of the season takes place on Saturday when the Lotus Cup UK Championship will be settled in a two-hour night-time event.

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Gary ONeil impressed at Sheffield Wednesday. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Gary O’Neil is ready to move centre stage at Norwich City

Norwich City midfielder Gary O’Neil is ready to soften the blow from Vadis Ofoe’s knee ligament injury.

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Benjamin Stambouli in action for Tottenham against Brighton. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Stambouli reveals his message to Spurs team-mates after Brighton win

Benjamin Stambouli told his team-mates to believe in themselves after they booked a Capital One Cup quarter-final spot with a 2-0 win over Brighton.

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General view of the FA Cup. Pic: Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport

Burnett: Southport will not be easy

Non-league team will give Daggers a tough test in FA Cup

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