An arts charity from Great Yarmouth is taking the lead role in a national initiative to use circus and street arts to boost the economies of seaside resorts.
A 60-year-old woman was taking to hospital after suffering a fall on a hire boat.
It was a devastating Second World War bombing raid, which caused destruction across the Great Yarmouth borough.
Firefighters from Great Yarmouth and Gorleston were called out following reports of a cooker blaze.
Firefighters from Gorleston have been kept busy dealing with two blazes in quick succession.
A new coastal safety website has been launched ahead of the busy summer period.
A warning has been issued to boat users that swing bridges at Oulton, Somerleyton and Reedham will be closed until 7pm this evening (Monday) because of the hot weather.
A health information day for people with learning disabilities is being held this week.
Fun for all the family will be in store next weekend as a popular festival returns.
“We will shout from the rooftops – these communities need to be protected.”
A campaign group, which gives a voice to women who have lost out because of changes in pension law, met their MEP as part in a national day of action.
Coastguard rescue officers were called out after a porpoise washed up onto the shoreline in Lowestoft.
A lifeboat crew were called out to assist a cruiser, which had got into difficulties.
Firefighters tackled a blaze in forestry at Fritton, which is believed to have been started deliberately.
With the bank holiday weekend here, it looks set to be a warm one – but there is still a chance of some scattered showers and rain on Monday.
Hospital chiefs have praised the dedication of staff, who worked “tirelessly” to minimise disruption following a national cyber attack on the NHS.
A woman, believed to be in her 20s, suffered “serious injuries” after she was involved in a collision with a lorry.
Stallholders are wanted as a popular festival returns next month.
A course devised to help people move on positively from cancer diagnosis and treatment is proving a success.
A 20-year-old man has been sentenced to three years and ten months in a young offenders’ institution after admitting grooming and sexual activity with a child, following an incident in a Lowestoft park.
Bands will be gathering in Lowestoft later this month at an event set up in memory of a popular musician.
A number of healthy walks in the Waveney area have been organised for next week by OneLife Suffolk.
For a brave six-year-old boy and his family it has been an “amazing year.”
A high-profile former politician will bring plenty of pomp to a leading role in a spectacular family pantomime.
It was hailed as a “momentous day” for an east coast village.
One of England’s brightest young chess hopes, Suffolk-based Alan Merry, took first prize in the open tournament at the Kingsley Healthcare sponsored Great Yarmouth Chess Congress.
With the entry deadline fast approaching, there is still time to enter a team into one of the region’s most colourful festivals.
A global event, organised to honour a radio pioneer, has been hailed a success.
People with learning disabilities and their carers are being urged to make sure they visit their GP for an annual health check as part of a new national campaign which aims to improve access to care.
Firefighters from Gorleston have dealt with another suspicious grass blaze – their second similar incident within the space of a few hours.
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