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.
Women who are struggling to conceive face extra heartache after a decision to scrap NHS funding for IVF treatment in the county where it was pioneered.
Hurry up with the third bridge
A remarkable weekend of karate at the UEL, Docklands, London at the weekend saw Phoenix Karate students return with one gold, four silver and three bronze medals.
Earlier this month two members of Great Yarmouth Cycling Club, Jenny Anderson and Jan Smith, set off on a 996.5 mile ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
Gorleston Community Cinema is celebrating its 50th public screening on August 3 at the town’s library at 2.30pm.
A special service is taking place next Monday (July 17) to remember the victims of a helicopter tragedy.
Over 5,000 bikers have made their way to Great Yarmouth seafront for a celebration of all things petrol.
A special service is taking place on Monday to remember the victims of a helicopter tragedy.
The Government is withdrawing the UK from an arrangement that allows foreign countries to fish in British waters, it has announced.
Norfolk-raised professional footballer Vaila Barsley has been named in the Scotland squad for the Uefa Women’s European Championship.
House price growth in East Anglia has outstripped the rest of the country, rising by 5pc in the past year.
The organisers behind a huge motorbike event in Great Yarmouth have said it will be a great day for all.
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