An exclusive sailing squadron has marked its 40 year milestone with two celebratory events.
A village infant school has held on to its “good” judgement following one of Ofsted’s short inspections reserved for the best performing providers.
An “exceptionally dedicated” headteacher is retiring after 38 successful years in the teaching profession.
Holiday hotspots along the east coast could go the same way as Pontins in Hemsby as borough council tax hikes hit home.
Police are investigating following the sudden death of a man in a Great Yarmouth hotel.
Life has been an uphill battle for Lincoln Griffen since he started having seizures at the age of four months.
The “quick and decisive” work to raise standards at a Norfolk primary school has been hailed by Ofsted.
Great Yarmouth Lions Club has honoured one of its members at a meeting at the Imperial Hotel.
A brand new Easter Pirates Live all-action water show starts its run at The Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth from April 1.
Gorleston Theatre Company will be going totally quackers this Easter when it stages the family musical Honk!
Pub chain JD Wetherspoon is set to open its new pub The William Adams in Gorleston on July 18.
When Tim Brewster from Rollesby decided to run the London marathon there was only one charity he wanted to help.
A lifesaving service has received a welcome boost to its £350,000 appeal.
A symbolic phoenix is helping to relaunch a special educational needs department promoting the ideals of transformation and renewal.
Floral crockery, crisp tablecloths, and vases of flowers await visitors to a village hall cafe launching on Friday.
Year 1 children from North Denes Primary school in Great Yarmouth were invited to play at their first ever cluster football tournament at Flegg High School.
Peter Williamson, who runs Merrivale Model Village at Great Yarmouth has won the Superstar top accolade at the resort’s annual awards celebrating the best of the area’s tourism and business sector.
One of Great Yarmouth’s most prominent vacant shops is “still very much available” after it failed to sell at auction.
Toy pig racing is among attractions coming to a village high school’s Easter fayre on Saturday.
Artists are being asked to use their skills to show Great Yarmouth in the best possible light.
It is perhaps the most famous ship that ever took to the seas.
A student at East Norfolk Sixth Form College has beaten off competition from 1500 rivals to reach the last 16 of a national linguistics competition.
The whole school day was highjacked by World Book Day events at Cliff Park Ormiston Academy in Gorleston.
A slice of Broadway came to Great Yarmouth with a school production of Annie.
When a Norfolk spinster died without making a will and with no obvious heirs it fell to distant local relatives to track them down.
An annual quiz ended with the ultimate poser - who could beat the White Swan winners?
Less than two months after taking on their beloved local pub a Gorleston couple are preparing to turn their backs on their dream and give back the keys.
Selfie props helped students to get into character for World Book Day at Lynn Grove Academy.
Ofsted inspectors have heaped praise on a Gorleston nursery where all children make good progress and are happy.
A Great Yarmouth man was due at Buckingham Palace today to pick up his MBE awarded to him for helping the homeless.
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