An inquest has opened into the death of a Great Yarmouth man who was hit by a train in Norwich.
The region will have one of the coldest nights of the year but temperatures will be on the rise for the weekend and New year’s Day.
Children and staff at a Gorleston nursery are celebrating an outstanding inspection report.
Like most young girls, Simmone Taylor grew up dreaming of being a princess.
A Great Yarmouth based club, Happy Smiles Club, associated with John G Plummer and Associates attended an event to talk all things teeth.
A gym that has a special tribute to Britain’s war heroes is holding a fundraising event this weekend.
A centre supporting disabled people has been given a lift with a £1,500 grant to buy a new hoist.
Caister’s playing field has been nominated through Aviva’s Community Fund to receive a minimum of £200 to help the facility.
A teenager from Gorleston has made it through the semi-finals of a national music competition.
People interested in getting involved in amateur theatre and singing can take their cue from two new drama groups and a community choir being launched in Great Yarmouth.
Three local slimmers whose lives were transformed by their weight loss, are using their successes to shape a whole new career.
A man has cycled 89 miles on a gruelling hill challenge to raise money for the Gorleston-based Sandra Champan Centre at the James Paget University Hospital.
Seafront businesses have stepped in to provide a fireworks display during the half-term holiday.
SeaChange Arts will be providing a free afternoon of workshops, crafts and performances for all the family in their Drill House Open Day this Sunday, October 22 from 2pm in Great Yarmouth.
Gorleston Theatre Company (GTC) have received good wishes from Stephen Fry for their forthcoming production of Me and My Girl.
A Gorleston group are organising a unity walk to celebrate 200 years since the birth of Baha’u’llah.
Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre is shining a light on one of the ocean’s greatest predators in an interactive Shark Weeks adventure.
Fairhaven Woodland Water Garden at South Walsham is staging its annual Halloween Party on Tuesday, October 31 from 6pm to 8pm.
A village social club defrauded out of more than £30,000 could have been forced to close had the deception not been uncovered.
An eye care expert in
Great Yarmouth is urging locals to put eye health at the top of their agenda during National Eye
Donations flooded in to raise money for a cat that was hit by a vehicle in the car park of a superstore he calls his second home.
A cat which regards a superstore as his second home had his fans in a frenzy raising money after he was hit by a vehicle in the car park.
When it comes to enjoying the Hippodrome Circus in Great Yarmouth, there’s nothing like starting them young.
A primary school in Bradwell has been praised by inspectors for its strong leadership, pupil behaviour and the improvements it has made.
The remains of what is thought to be a dog have been found on Gorleston beach.
A couple have proved that beaches are not just for deck chairs and ice creams as they tied the knot on Hemsby’s sandy dunes.
Crowds flocked to South Quay in Great Yarmouth yesterday as the first day of the annual Maritime Festival delighted visitors with a range of attractions - with even more to come today.
Parents have expressed their outrage at new rules enforced after the former Great Yarmouth High School became an academy.
A consultant cardiologist at the James Paget University Hospital (JPUH) will be taking to the roads of Europe later this month as part of the 2017 Crumball Rally.
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