Great Yarmouth has been rated the second best coastal resort for people that are looking to buys homes to relocate.
The company bidding to take over a historic East Anglian department store says its name will live on if the deal goes through.
House prices in Norfolk stayed level in February, despite a 5.7pc rise over the last year.
The world’s last surviving steam-powered herring drifter has set sail from her Great Yarmouth berth for the first time since 2014.
Sumer Is Icumen In, according to a 13th century ditty more commonly rendered as “summer is a-coming in”. So we will soon be enjoying summer’s delights, the only downside for me being mowing the lawn!
A trio of garden rooms has sprung up in the grounds of a village gastro pub - and they are proving a huge hit with food lovers.
It’s good to have a hobby; be it exercising, painting or music.
A floating maritime museum has opened to the public after the winter months.
A snowy owl has made an “extremely rare” visit to Norfolk this weekend - thousands of miles away from its usual feeding ground.
A squad from Phoenix Karate Schools travelled across the country at the weekend to compete in the Liverpool Open tournament.
A weather warning has been issued for ice across Norfolk and Waveney.
A rare set of photographs – never published before – gives an insight into the aftermath of Britain’s worst peacetime disaster of the last century. Trevor Heaton reports.
Rail conductor/guards employed by Greater Anglia are to walk out on strike again for three days – but the company insists passengers in Norfolk should not face any disruption.
Ugh! The squeamish will feel sick just thinking about it.
Hospitals in Norfolk made millions last year in car parking charges from patients, visitors, and staff, new data has revealed.
Those dreaming of a white Christmas in the region this year are going to be disappointed once again.
Steven Russell asks staff at Redwings Horse Sanctuary how they keep going when some cases are such tear-jerkers
A trip to Birmingham for their last tournament of 2017 saw four members of the Phoenix Karate Schools squad added to their trophy tally.
A leading global supply base operator with a significant presence in Great Yarmouth is celebrating its milestone 50th anniversary.
An alternative model has taken part in a competition.
As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.
A pioneering concept that provides high-level medical cover for oil and gas and windfarm workers has been deployed off the East Anglian coast for the first time.
Half a century has passed since the huge autumn herring fishery finally petered out, a concept deemed impossible and unthinkable in its hey-day.
Great Yarmouth Stadium hosts its traditional gala night on Sunday.
Energy industry workers have revealed their frustration at the delays and problems caused by cancellations of flights linking the country’s biggest power hubs.
One man’s love of animals will turn him into Santa for a day as he donates more than 100 packages to animals at a rescue centre.
The remnants of Hurricane Ophelia have brought summer temperatures to the region.
They are a beautiful and intriguing part of virtually every community across Norfolk.
Beatboxer and vocal artist Jason Singh will perform his astonishing vocal score to John Grierson’s 1929 silent herring fishing documentary Drifters as part of special tour of fishing towns.
Eight of Phoenix Karate Schools’ competition squad travelled to Motherwell in Scotland for the KKO Open Karate Tournament at the weekend.
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