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Lightning Holt: Norwich’s Grant Holt needs only 90 seconds to put his side level

Wolves tamed by Holt power and precision

Norwich City 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1: Jarvis goal gives glimmer of hope before Norwich striker casts visitors adrift at bottom of table

Canaries win mired by double-scoring captain Holt send off

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Two quizzed over stab murder at Herbie Hide's property

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Scientists create new orange superjuice to help beat heart disease

A sweet Spanish orange that contains the health-giving red pigments of the Sicilian blood orange has been created by scientists who believe the fruit will produce a "superjuice" that helps to combat a range of medical disorders, from obesity and heart disease to irritable bowel syndrome.

Wolves midfielder Henry ruled out for four weeks

The Wolves manager, Terry Connor, has admitted midfielder Karl Henry's absence through injury for three to four weeks is a "big blow" in their battle for Premier League survival.

Matthew Etherington wheels away after scoring the winner

Etherington takes his chance as referee dithers

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Primary school classes 'could be taught in sheds'

Rising birth rates and immigration sees a growing shortage of classroom places
David Nugent (right) shares some moves with his Leicester team-mate Neil Danns after scoring the winner

Nugent cashes in as Norwich keep eyes on bigger prize

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Nugent slots home to keep Leicester in FA Cup

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Beware of sky-high bank fees to access cash abroad

New research by Which? reveals some banks charge exorbitant fees for overseas transactions with details often hidden away on providers' websites or undisclosed on statements.

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