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Cyclist suffers head injury after crash with car in Norwich

A cyclist has suffered a head injury after a crash with a car in Norwich.

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Norwich Crown Court. Photo: Adrian Judd.

Former paramedic jailed for sexually assaulting underage teen twice

A former paramedic with the region’s ambulance trust starts a 16-month jail-sentence today after pleading guilty to sexual offences against an underage child.

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Who will be arriving at, and leaving, Carrow Road today? Follow all the latest on Transfer Deadline Day below.

Transfer Deadline Day - Live Coverage

It’s Transfer Deadline Day today and you can follow all the latest deals right up until the window closes at 6pm tonight.

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The Hotblack Store on Hotblack Road which had an attempted robbery. The person came into the shop threatening to ignite some petrol but quickly fled. Owner Yogarajah Krishnapillai who was working behind the till at the time.  Picture: James Bass

Shopkeeper who defied petrol attack fears assailant may strike elsewhere

A brave shop owner who refused to hand over cash when a robber threatened to set him alight has spoken of his fear his assailant may strike elsewhere, with devastating consequences.

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Views along the River Wensum. The view along Quay Side from Whitefriars Bridge. Picture: Denise Bradley

Fisherman, 16, rescued from River Wensum by Broads ranger

A 16-year-old fisherman was rescued from the River Wensum by a Broads ranger after he jumped into the water.

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Bank Plain

 in November 1990

Norwich Nostalgia: Remember how Bank Plain looked in the 1980s and 1990s?

These photos from the EDP and Evening News archive show Bank Plain in beautiful black and white.

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  • Norwich City seal Dieumerci Mbokani signing; Ricky van Wolfswinkel joins Real Betis on loan
  • Martial arts talent gather for world championships in Norwich
  • East Coast Truckers convoy celebrates its 30th anniversary
  • Can you spot yourself in our photo gallery of the thousands taking part in the first ever Run Norwich race?
  • Eating Out in the Broads National Park

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    Peter Kent's Fatal Gates book. Picture: Peter Kent

    A city history book with a difference

    How to describe The Fatal Gates of Norwich is a challenge. It is a book like no other. It is unique, brilliant and the chances are it will make you laugh out loud as it blends fact and fiction in a glorious way.

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    Stacia Briggs

    green old phone.

    The good old days might be old, but they certainly weren’t good. And here’s why

    After writing several pieces this week about the addictive and seductive nature of nostalgia, I have been thinking about all the things I miss from the past – and the things I don’t miss at all.

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    (L-R Sergio Tauroza, Pete Wright, Dan Allen, Cal Hudson, Sophie Porter)

    Norwich band fulfil dream by playing at Leeds festival

    A band have returned home after fulfilling a lifelong dream of performing at one of the country’s biggest festivals.

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    Noirwich Crime Writing Festival - Elly Griffiths

    Crime writing festival set to return to Norwich this month

    A killer line-up of authors are heading to Norwich for a festival celebrating crime writing.

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    Michala Jane School of Dance will perform Alice in Wonderland at Norwich Theatre Royal in October.

    Norfolk dance school set to give classic children’s tale a historical twist

    A classic children’s story is being given a historical twist in a new production by a Norfolk dance school.

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    What I Learned From Johnny Bevan. Photo: Guiseppe Cerone.

    Norfolk poet Luke Wright scoops two awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

    Norfolk poet Luke Wright is celebrating winning two awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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    Some of the scenes for the 1971 film were shot at Melton Constable Hall.

    Norfolk-set classic The Go-Between to return to our screens in TV remake

    Norfolk-set novel The Go-Between is due to return to our screens in what is thought to be the first adaptation of the classic tale since the celebrated 1971 film starring Julie Christie and Alan Bates.

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    East Anglia At War See all

    Edith Cavell

    Walking and cycle trail to honour Norfolk’s wartime heroine Edith Cavell

    Norfolk nurse and national heroine Edith Cavell paid the ultimate price for helping hundreds of Allied soldiers escape from Occupied Belgium during the First World War.

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    • First World War German mortar returns to Honing
    • King’s Lynn man carving headstone and ledger stone for new memorial to Edith Cavell
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Bradley Johnson of Norwich and Glen Johnson of Stoke City in action during the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich
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Shock transfer exit as Bradley Johnson leaves Norwich City for Derby County

The first transfer involving Norwich City on deadline day has been a shock exit – with reigning player-of-the-season Bradley Johnson leaving the club for Derby County.

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