A musician from Norfolk is up for a gong at one of Britain’s most prestigious award ceremonies.
Following recent tragedies at beaches in our region and across the country, we have created a guide on how the stay safe whilst at the beach.
Claxton Engineering in Great Yarmouth has completed its involvement in the abandonment of two wells on the Horne and Wren Platform in the Southern North Sea.
Some patients are still to find out who their new doctor will despite the imminent closure of their current surgery.
Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls, the biggest outdoor open bowling event in the country, returns to its seafront greens this bank holiday weekend, with more than 1,200 bowlers competing over four weeks.
A planning inspector has this week heard an appeal to overturn a decision by the borough council to reject seven new retail units on a factory site.
A Gorleston man has spoken of his pride, after seeing the film he helped to fund released on DVD.
A pregnant young woman says she is too scared to leave her home after she was slashed across the face with a sharp object in a seemingly random attack.
A lorry driver from Great Yarmouth will stand trial after denying six charges of causing serious injury by dangerous driving after a
A man has been charged after an automatic sub machine gun and ammunition was seized in Great Yarmouth on Friday.
A trial which could pave the way for the closure of public enquiry offices in Norfolk police stations will start next month, with library staff tasked with helping the public to report crimes.
A man who claimed to have been asked to carry out work at a house in Grove Road, Ingham, is wanted by police after a burglary.
Two care homes in Norfolk have been placed in special measures after being judged to be “inadequate” by a health watchdog.
Residents in Great Yarmouth and Waveney are being given the chance to find out more about the work of their local hospital at a special event next month.
A hospital has warned people against going to accident and emergency (A&E) necessarily after seeing a spike in attendences.
Thousands of people who are in some way overlooked by society stand to benefit from £2.9m worth of Big Lottery Fund grants.
The organisation that plans and buys healthcare for more than 170,000 people in north Norfolk and rural Broadland has been judged ‘good’ in a new annual ratings system.
GCSE results in Norfolk and Suffolk have gone up, as schools across the counties reported improvements on last year’s figures.
It was a fitting end to the career of a Gorleston headteacher, as he celebrated another year of GCSE results with his pupils.
Our live GCSE results map will show how schools across Norfolk have performed in GCSE exams compared to previous years.
An appeal has gone out for a landowner with a small piece of woodland to accommodate a Forest School.
Children at one of Great Yarmouth’s biggest primary schools will return to an exciting new £210,000 playground in September.
Buoyant holiday firms claim the Brexit vote has triggered “phenomenal” bookings and bolstered confidence in future investment.
A new era in hotel living has been brought to the market in the form of the Midland Aparthotel in Great Yarmouth’s heart,
A recruitment firm specialising in the oil and gas industry has moved into East Anglia, as it looks to place itself at the heart of the sector.
One of Great Yarmouth’s long-established business names is expanding as it celebrates a musical milestone and tunes into a growing market.
A man has been banned from entering Great Yarmouth town centre because of anti-social behaviour.
New powers to clamp down on boy racers on the seafront are being investigated by the borough council.
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