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Time is running out for Norwich City fans to get their hands on the final stickers to complete their albums - with the collectables set to come off the shelves in a matter of days.

Big music names like The Killers and Westlife performing in Norwich could be just the beginning of Carrow Road becoming more than a football stadium, it has been revealed.

Harleston Magpies Ladies slipped to a second successive defeat in Division One South of the Investec National League on Sunday when they went down 1-0 at Sevenoaks.

Harleston Magpies Ladies gave high-flying visitors Wimbledon a good run for their money in Saturday's National League Division One South encounter before sliding to a 2-0 defeat.

Harleston Magpies Ladies came out of their weekend double header with maximum points to move up to third in Division One South of the Investec National League.

Harleston Magpies Ladies are still looking for their first win in National League Division One South after going down 2-1 at Slough on Saturday.

The new Norwich City sticker album is out today - and fans are expected to flock to shops all over Norfolk to grab a copy.

A community boxing club is appealing for help finding new premises to fight off the threat of closure.

A motorbike rider is clinging to life in hospital after a crash at Snetterton Circuit left him in a coma.

If you ever faced him across the net, you will remember Ted Ling the ping pong playing farmer from Palgrave.

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Dickleburgh were celebrating this week after beating Thetford Athletic in the Chequered Flag Primary League Cup Final 3-2.

Manager Jamie Scales said: "I'm very proud of the boys, nobody expected us to win today but we knew if we stuck to our formation and gave everything we would have a good chance.

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Martial arts instructor Jo Hardy has recently brought classes to Wymondham Leisure Centre, teaching the traditional art of Choy Li Fut Kung Fu.

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Kumo Judo Club, based at Lopham, has added a new demographic to its talented ranks by introducing a class for mums.

The flourishing club, which nurtured the talent of British star Colin Oates onto the world stage, now has mothers training alongside their daughters.

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