Port traffic in Great Yarmouth could be handled remotely and six jobs put at risk under a bid to transfer control to Liverpool.
The foreign crew of a ship who were not paid for six months have been able fly home in time for Christmas.
Some of the foreign crew of a ship who were not paid for six months have been able fly home in time for Christmas.
The captain of an offshore supply vessel which has been stranded in Great Yarmouth since June 2016 has told how he and his crew have not received any wages in six months.
It can provide renewable energy for the equivalent of up to 410,000 homes through its 67 offshore wind turbines.
Stephen Wilkinson, president of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), visited the town to find out how the borough council is working with partners across the public and private sectors to support growth and job creation.
A Great Yarmouth engineering company has been awarded a contract to decommission seven wells in the North Sea.
ABP East Anglia showcased a range of career opportunities to almost 2,000 young people at Suffolk New College’s Your Career event.
An offshore company has set up a cylinder pressure testing centre in Great Yarmouth to expand the scope of its services.
Police have confirmed more than 30 cars were vandalised in the North Yarmouth area over the weekend.
A boys’ haircut dubbed the ‘meet me at McDonalds’ has fallen foul of uniform rules at a Yarmouth high school
Dumping six bags of rubbish next to a green recycling bin has cost a Gorleston man £150 in court and clear-up costs.
One member of a gang who stole nitrous oxide canisters meant for “life saving” surgery has been jailed for more than two years.
When Karl Poundall saw how a Great Yarmouth seafront attraction was being blighted by rubbish he decided to take action as an eco-warrior instead of just moaning about the problem.
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