Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe has set his sights on the Premier League.

Odjidja-Ofoe targets the Premier League

New Norwich City signing Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe says he wants to help the club get back to the Premier League, after joining from Club Brugge.

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Police thank fans after peaceful East Anglian derby

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Ipswich fans relax ahead of yesterday's big game Credit: PA

Suffolk Police have thanked fans of Ipswich and Norwich for their behaviour ahead of the East Anglian derby.

Policing operations commander, Insp Matt Rose, said the game had been a fantastic sporting event for the two clubs.

"We would like to highlight the good-natured spirit shown by both sets of supporters in the build-up to the game and then afterwards.

We hope they felt we were firm, yet fair with our decisions and tactics to ensure they enjoyed the atmosphere, the game and their journeys to and from the ground.”

– Inspector Matt Rose

There were two arrests carried out for low-level trouble,

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Rapist jailed for 15 years

A 34-year-old rapist from South Norfolk is beginning a 15 year jail term.

Karl Shaw
Karl Shaw Credit: Norfolk Police

Karl Shaw was sentenced yesterday at Norwich Crown Court after being found guilty at an earlier trial in May of 12 counts of rape and one assault.

All of the offences took place in the South Norfolk area between January and October 2013 and involved one female victim.

Shaw showed a total disregard for his victim during the offences which were of a violent nature.

The victim had placed her trust in Shaw, which he repeatedly abused and she showed great courage in contacting us and giving evidence against him.

This sentence reflects the severity and serious nature of this case.

– Detective Sergeant Lee Diggins

Shaw was sentenced to 15 years in prison and will be placed on the Sex Offenders Register upon release.

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