People evacuated from Great Yarmouth’s Tesco store just under an hour ago say a 200m exclusion zone has been placed around the building.
A growing Gorleston primary school has converted to academy status with a special ceremony to celebrate the change and unveil its new sign.
Investigations are continuing today into an explosion that ripped apart a house in Gorleston.
Great Yarmouth’s former Co-op store has finally been sold, signalling a massive boost for the town centre.
ARCH villain Goldfinger warned James Bond in the 1964 film: “There is a saying in Chicago: ‘Once is happen-stance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it’s enemy action!’”
A house was severely damaged and in danger of collapse after a huge explosion tore off an entire wall – and left two people with burns.
Police chiefs in Norfolk have called for a stop to human trafficking and slavery at a major conference held in the county.
The RNLI lifeboat from Great Yarmouth and Gorleston was called to reports of a man in a dangerous position at the end of South Pier.
Two men and a woman have been charged following a major investigation into human trafficking and slavery in Norfolk and Suffolk.
A man armed with a knife made off with cash from a Great Yarmouth shop in a daylight robbery.
A Norfolk GP practice has been put into special measures after being branded inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Bed blocking is causing further delays at a Norfolk hospital that is already struggling with Accident and Emergency admissions.
From a young age Rod Wells has given up his free time to help others.
Further cases of the winter vomiting bug have been reported at holiday park Potters.
GP surgeries in Gorleston could be closed and relocated to the James Paget Hospital.
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved former teacher described as having a “magical gift” with children who has died at the age of 66.
Building an igloo out of milk containers and a snowman out of tyres were among imaginative activities hailed by Ofsted inspectors during their latest visit to a Gorleston nursery.
A teenager who struggled to find work has combined her love of animals with an entrepreneurial spirit to launch her own business.
Organisers of the third annual Tour De Broads Festival have announced their official charity partner.
The withdrawal of energy minister Matthew Hancock from this week’s Southern North Sea (SNS) conference in Norwich has disappointed company bosses clamouring for news of action to support the oil and gas industry.
A Great Yarmouth businessman is warning fellow traders not to pay out for the controversial “tourism tax” after a bill landed on his doorstep in error.
A major wind farm planned off the coast of East Anglia has been given the go-ahead by the Government.
A new report has found “striking evidence” of how rising costs, taxes and “inadequate regulation” have taken their toll on the UK oil and gas industry’s international competitiveness.
Emergency services are on the scene of what is believed to be a gas explosion in Gorleston.
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