Some 60 rescued battery chickens have been getting to know their new enclosure at a charity garden - thanks to the 5p levy on plastic bags.
Problem traffic lights that have been causing long tailbacks in Great Yarmouth are working again in time for tonight’s rush hour.
A trio of charities were invited to a coffee morning at the Masonic Royal Assembly Rooms, Great Yarmouth, to receive cheques totalling £1,800.
Relief is on the way for motorists simmering in traffic queues along Great Yarmouth’s Southtown Road.
The sounds of the original superclub come to Great Yarmouth’s Tower Arena next month.
A proposed multi-million pound residential care home will bring a jobs boost to Gorleston’s industrial riverside.
A great grandmother says she is worried about leaving her house after vandals knocked over her garden wall.
Clouds of vibrant paint will erupt over Norfolk’s only Hindu temple next month.
With the long Easter weekend approaching we look at some of the fun events going on across the borough to keep the whole family entertained.
A mystery woman who saved the life of a total stranger has told how she performed CPR for an arm-straining ten minutes until paramedics took over.
Emergency services are on the scene of a two vehicle crash outside the bus depot in Great Yarmouth.
A busy lifeboat station is looking to recruit a dedicated new crew for its Broads rescue boat.
Norfolk’s radio amateurs will attempt to contact other hams around the world to chime with a global event.
An appeal has been made for a lifesaver “angel” who resuscitated a man who “died” in the street in Bradwell.
A bride-to-be whose dream wedding dress was destroyed in a house fire has thanked well-wishers after she was inundated with offers of a replacement.
Nothing says Easter like a saffron dinger - at least that was the case some 50 years ago.
A fire-hit family have today hailed the rallying response of friends and neighbours following a devastating blaze at their home in Belton.
The family of the 22-year-old man who died in a road accident in Bradwell on Friday have paid tribute to a “comical little lad”.
Students successfully argued their case on a number of thorny issues to beat rivals from across the country.
A health centre for dogs has celebrated its first birthday with an open day and charity raffle.
Even the bank balance is healthier at Flegg High School after staff took on an activity challenge.
A primary school has elected its first head girl and boy since becoming an academy.
It was one woman’s passion - a private collection made public for the benefit of good causes and as a memorial to a beloved son.
An annual music competition and a charity supporting disabled people are the latest good causes to receive a national house builder’s community funding.
Ernest Storry who has died aged 95 was a master upholsterer whose expert hands covered one of the most famous seats of the seventies.
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.
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