A “man’s shed” is traditionally a place for hard-pressed chaps to get away from it all and immerse themselves in the joy of being practical and tinkering with tools.
A fifth option is being scoped out for Great Yarmouth’s seafront Marina Centre as councillors “test the market” in the private sector.
The running of Great Yarmouth’s traditional Easter Fair could be handed over to the fairground operators as the borough council looks to make budget savings.
A trampoline park marked its first birthday milestone today with free cake, party games, and a visit from a civic dignitary.
It’s an eerie exhibition that looks like something in the running for the prestigious Turner Prize.
Twins Evie and Oliver are preparing to go home together today after they were born hours apart and in separate locations.
Pleasure Beach boss Albert Jones is again bringing a landmark attraction to Great Yarmouth’s seafront in time for Easter.
A Great Yarmouth psychic is using lipstick prints to provide fun readings for clients looking for month-by-month snippets of insight.
A Great Yarmouth businessman has declared himself a cookery convert after appearing on hit dinner party show Come Dine With Me.
A primary school’s £1.99m transformation is being celebrated in the traditional way on Friday with a ribbon-cutting.
Garlands of garbage are being strung across a Norfolk church in an unusual art installation using decades worth of junk and jumble
Just a handful of people took up the challenge to dance non-stop in Southtown, Great Yarmouth, after a key contributor pulled out and announced the event had been cancelled.
A desperate mother is scouring internet selling sites after break-in thieves stole bikes bought as Christmas presents for her two children.
A long-standing carpet retailer has lost his 11-year battle with cancer.
For four decades it was the home of a busy band that was in demand across the borough for festivals and proud civic events.
An exhibition of “puppetised” seaside post cards opens in Great Yarmouth on Monday.
A rallying call has gone out for some 100 people to take part in a marathon dancing challenge to help the homeless.
A new generation of society snappers is set to document the life of cultural and community organisations in and around Great Yarmouth.
Plans to redevelop wasteland in Great Yarmouth and build a hotel, casino, and leisure development go on display this afternoon.
The big 5-0 is a milestone birthday that sees most people reflecting on where they have come from and what’s left to do.
A major touring exhibition about the ill-fated Titanic is set to dock at the Time and Tide Museum later this year, just as the epic disaster movie celebrates 20 years.
Luck could finally be on the side of ambitious plans for a hotel, casino, and leisure development in Great Yarmouth.
Complacency stemming from this month’s near-miss storm-surge could hamper evacuation plans in the future.
The man who was evicted from hospital after a two year stay has gone on hunger strike.
A blockbuster premiere is coming to Caister with the launch of a new community cinema - and an appeal for volunteers to run it.
Heavy rain should no longer pose a flooding risk to people living in Bradwell blackspots once a £3m drainage scheme is complete.
Karate master Charlie Trorey was a 6th Dan and a great inspiration to budding local martial artists across his network of nine clubs.
A couple who re-opened a Gorleston pub in dry-January have not had the quiet start they might have expected.
A vision of what Great Yarmouth could look like in 2035 has been set out to shoppers as the council seeks their views.
An application has been submitted to planners to convert a seafront nightclub into flats.
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