The Coastguard is warning people to avoid coastal areas of Norfolk amid predictions of gale-force winds from Storm Doris.
Homeowners and businesses are being advised to take basic precautions to protect themselves and their property ahead of severe weather warnings for Norfolk.
GPs and people across Norfolk and Waveney are being urged to support a campaign aimed at reducing the amount of medicines wasted each year.
Storm Doris could bring gale-force winds to north Norfolk coastal areas tomorrow.
Major plans to improve a lifeboat station on the Norfolk coast are about to be sent into the council which will have the ultimate decision on approving the scheme.
The Rotary Club of Great Yarmouth is holding its popular annual charity quiz night at Lynn Grove Academy, Gorleston on March 3.
The region’s mental health trust is hoping to recruit nearly 80 people to a research project which aims to improve treatment for psychosis patients.
Great Yarmouth Police has released details of the next string of Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel meetings in the borough.
A drug trade expert has suggested that the huge cocaine haul found on two Norfolk beaches could have been dropped from a plane in a panic.
Investigations are continuing today after a father-of-three died following a suspected fight at a holiday park in Lowestoft.
Extra officers from the National Crime Agency remain in position along the east coast of Norfolk a week after £50m worth of cocaine washed up on beaches.
After a possible sighting of a package containing drugs, a lifeboat crew was sent out to search the sea.
An artist has created four stained glass windows to brighten up the James Paget University Hospital’s day care unit.
Improving treatment for men and teaching medics to identify people at chronic risk of suicide are among steps set to be rolled out to reduce the number of people who kill themselves.
Staff at a learning disability home in Browston, near Great Yarmouth, are celebrating getting the seal of approval from the Care Quality Commission.
Families have had to “fight every step of the way” to get help for the children with the greatest needs in Suffolk.
A college principal has issued a desperate call for school leaders to tackle mental health problems - as he revealed a 156pc rise in referrals in just one year.
There was a sea of blue gowns and smiling faces as a group of youngsters celebrated their graduation.
The young ones of Bradwell were in good voice as a school hosted its first singing competition.
Year Five pupils from St Nicholas Priory School in Great Yarmouth were given a masterclass in playground design when a visitor from the borough services came to the school earlier this month.
Teenagers in the region are some of the least likely in the country to apply for a place at university.
Businesses across Great Yarmouth are being sent out a new document outlining the work and support the borough council’s economic development provides.
Pioneering cost-cutting technology for the pipeline industry is being hatched by a Norfolk company drawing on half a century of experience in the specialist sector.
Proposals to build a wood-fired power station in Great Yarmouth have been submitted.
A fire safety company that has re-located to Great Yarmouth from Lowestoft has donated more than 50 safety blankets and leaflets to its new neighbours.
A new partnership agreement and venture by a leading European offshore logistics company could signal further investment in the East Coast economy.
Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a man who is wanted.
Fresh sightings of dead seals and porpoises on Happisburgh and Great Yarmouth beaches have raised concern over what could be lurking off the Norfolk coast.
A stretch of a crucial road connecting Great Yarmouth and Gorleston is to be closed overnight for two evenings next week for repair work.
A busy Great Yarmouth road is facing three weeks of delays due to a trio of planned roadworks.
Tributes have been paid to a lawyer who provided key legal services to local authorities in Norfolk.
Great Yarmouth borough councillors have voted to increase its share of council tax at a full meeting.
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