An industry report has revealed half of food businesses in England do not display a hygiene rating.
A sports participation survey will give residents in the borough of Great Yarmouth the chance to win one of five £15 shopping vouchers or a three-month gym and swim membership.
A seaside town has pulled together to pay tribute to a young girl a week on from her death on the beach.
A heavy police presence and a rush of emergency services at Gorleston beach today was a far cry from the usual buzz of the spot, which attracts families from across the region.
When the full-time whistle blew in England’s 1-0 World Cup defeat to Belgium, many Three Lions fans rejoiced, dreaming of making plans for final day with a seemingly favourable route.
Push to bring back port’s ferry service
With a growing reputation said to rival Southwold for its seaside charm, Gorleston is adding beach huts in a further nod to its coastal cousin.
A celebration of the Commonwealth will take place outside Great Yarmouth Town Hall on Monday as part of a national initiative to show commitment to the global family of nations.
The council which introduced new boxing licence regulations following the death of Great Yarmouth boxer Jacob Moczyk is looking to share its measures with other councils across the country.
A council is bringing in new health and safety regulations concerning boxing matches following the death of 22-year Jacob Moczyk in an unlicensed bout in Great Yarmouth.
It was an act that was said to be in the interests of people who may have been at an immediate safety threat from rotten and hollow trees overlooking a coastal path.
Disgusting sight of 26 piles of poo
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has announced its bin collections will start from Monday.
People will have to wait a bit longer for their bins to be emptied, with collections across most of Norfolk once again cancelled because of the weather.
An additional taxi rank is to be added to the Great Yarmouth seafront, at the expense of the current Trafalgar Road one.
While snow is causing chaos across the borough, in Gorleston the wind is also creating disruption, bringing a tree crashing down and damaging a shop sign on the High Street.
The Beast from the East is still affecting the borough of Great Yarmouth with trains cancelled, limited bus services and schools closed.
The borough of Great Yarmouth has felt the full force of the Beast from the East this morning with inches of snowfall causing traffic chaos and school closures.
Bin collections have been halted across the borough of Great Yarmouth today following the arrival of the Beast from the East snowfall.
Preparations are being made to see if Great Yarmouth could hold four weekends of festive fun at Christmas time - at a provisional cost of £148,000.
Work is to start in the summer on creating a 39-bedroom nursing home in Great Yarmouth by demolishing a former hotel building.
Traders at Great Yarmouth’s Six Day Market have been given a financial boost by the borough council.
A Norfolk local authority has set its level of Council Tax, which will see a band D property in Great Yarmouth pay an extra £5 a year for their borough council services.
The ice rink that cost Great Yarmouth Borough Council £118,000 was a success by creating a vibrant atmosphere and raising the profile of traders, councillors have agreed.
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.
Hundreds of mourners have paid their respects to a man who gave so much to his town that he was affectionately dubbed ‘Mr Great Yarmouth’.
Residents of Great Yarmouth will be able to find out more about the plan to build the £120m third river crossing for the town by attending drop-in information sessions next month.
Two applications to convert residential properties in Great Yarmouth into houses of multiple occupation should be decided by April by the borough council.
Please recycle your rubbish properly or you may face a visit from a council official.
The investigation into the death of Caister holiday site owner Don Peers is being led by Great Yarmouth Borough Council, it has been confirmed.
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