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Norwich railway workers.  Conductor-guard, Mr N E Adcock on the Sheringham to Norwich line. Date: Jan 1967. Picture: EDP Library

Gallery: Meet the workers who kept Norwich’s railways running

Norwich’s railway network in the 1950s and 1960s was a hub of activity.

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John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), The Black Brook, c1908, 77.5 x 93 cm, purchased by the Tate in 1935, as featured in Homage to Manet at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery from January 31-April 19 2015.

Norwich set for major Manet exhibition

Homage to Manet, running from January 31 to April 19, is the latest blockbuster exhibition from Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, which brought us the hugely-popular Roman Empire: Power and People and The Wonder of Birds in 2014.

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President Abraham Lincoln. A lock of his hair sold for just under £17,000 at auction.

Lock of Abraham Lincoln’s hair sold at auction

A lock of hair from assassinated United States president Abraham Lincoln, cut shortly after he was shot, has been sold at auction.

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The unveiling of the GoGoDragon Wish You Were Here at Norwich Airport by the artist Paul Jackson, left, and the airport CEO Andrew Bell. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Video: Latest addition to the GoGoDragons! trail unveiled at Norwich airport

Norwich International Airport unveiled their GoGoDragon! at the airport’s travel show yesterday.

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Police were still outside the block of flats in William Kett Close on Sunday morning. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Update: Man, 44, arrested after armed stand-off at Norwich home

A man has been arrested after armed police were called to a standoff at a home in Norwich because of reports a gun was being brandished.

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Steven Whittaker has a word in the ear of Nathan Redmond, following the Norwich City winger's equaliser against Brentford on Saturday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City’s opportunity flops leave Nathan Redmond feelings sore after Brentford defeat

It’s arguably Norwich City’s greatest fear of the January transfer window given their last few performances – that if Nathan Redmond departed, the Canaries would have a significant hole to fill.

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    Looking good! David Clayton (left) and Steve “Dr Vinyl” Burns in the 1970s with their Gemini Disco. They are back at The Talk for the Eyes of Blond reunion party on Saturday January 24.

    David and Steve back behind the decks

    Just look at those snazzy bow-ties being sported by two trendy disc-spinners back in Norfolk during the 1970s when flapping flares, frizzy perms and hot pants were fab gear for a generation of disco kings and queens.

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    Opinion: Five steps to mastering the art of being miserable

    A month ago, it was the most magical time of the year - today, is the most miserable day of the year: time flies when you’ve forgotten to prepare to have no fun.

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    Reduced Shakespeare Comedy's The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

    Review: The Complete History of Comedy (Abridged)

    Talking about comedy is seldom that funny, so aiming for an entertaining history of it was a brave move for the Reduced Shakespeare Comedy.

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    John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), The Black Brook, c1908, 77.5 x 93 cm, purchased by the Tate in 1935, as featured in Homage to Manet at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery from January 31-April 19 2015.

    Norwich set for major Manet exhibition

    Homage to Manet, running from January 31 to April 19, is the latest blockbuster exhibition from Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, which brought us the hugely-popular Roman Empire: Power and People and The Wonder of Birds in 2014.

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    Taylor Swift is headlining the event. Photo: Radio 1

    Thousands await ticket news after BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend is confirmed to take place in Norwich

    Tens of thousands of music fans are today eagerly awaiting news of how they can get their hands on free tickets for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Norwich.

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    The famous Von Trapp Family in the ever-popular Sound of Music. Picture: SUBMITTED

    Arts North Norfolk entertainment to include singing nuns, curry and Harry Potter

    There’s a feast of fun, films for all the family and food on the menu for theatre-goers in North Walsham.

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    Paolo Nutini performing during Radio 1's Big Weekend at Glasgow Green, Glasgow. Photo: Mark Runnacles/PA Wire.

    So who might play Radio One’s Big Weekend in Norwich?

    The full line-up has not yet been revealed, but a glimpse at last year’s performers gives a hint at the pedigree of name expected at this year’s event.

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    The post box in Bracon Ash which has been turned into an exhibition about the First World War. Chairman of the village hall, Phil Holmes.
Picture by: Sonya Duncan

    Photo gallery: Iconic red phone box hosts a memorial tribute to war dead

    The lives of 24 south Norfolk men who paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country in the First World War are being remembered in an eye-catching way.

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Steven Whittaker has a word in the ear of Nathan Redmond, following the Norwich City winger's equaliser against Brentford on Saturday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City’s opportunity flops leave Nathan Redmond feelings sore after Brentford defeat

It’s arguably Norwich City’s greatest fear of the January transfer window given their last few performances – that if Nathan Redmond departed, the Canaries would have a significant hole to fill.

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