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.
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.
The latest addition to Great Yarmouth’s skyline marks the start of a new era in the town’s maritime history.
Snow and ice proved no deterrent to early morning coffee drinkers at Great Yarmouth’s refurbished Troll Cart pub this morning.
A fly-tipper has been named and shamed by the council who prosecuted her for dumping a settee by a block of flats in Gorleston.
Two girls were threatened with what is believed to be a knife by a man as they were by the James Paget University Hospital.
These images show a women brazenly letting her dog make a mess in shop doorways.
The new owner of a popular family attraction in the heart of the Norfolk Broads has a special affection for the park and plans to build on its successful formula.
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