As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.
Finley Coman (12) was selected to swim for Norfolk in the national Inter-Counties Gala, which was held at Ponds Forge, Sheffield last month.
In a tremendous tournament at the EIS Sports arena in Sheffield, 10 Phoenix Karate Schools squad members fought courageously to obtain four gold, three silver and four bronze medals.
A hospital nurse is undertaking a 10K race with a difference this weekend by hopping on a Space Hopper to raise funds for the Cavell Nurses’ Trust.
A campaigner will be giving talks in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft that will look at the 1980s miners’ strike and the controversial ‘Battle of Orgreave’.
A terminally ill man has fulfilled his wish of marrying his partner.
Ricky Brown’s beaming smile lit up Sheffield after the Great Yarmouth athlete put in gold and silver medal winning performances at last week’s Special Olympics GB National Games.
Ricky Brown’s beaming smile lit up Sheffield after the Great Yarmouth athlete put in gold and silver medal winning performances at the Special Olympics GB National Games.
Great Yarmouth Swimming Club were delighted to have one of their swimmers selected to compete at the recent British Summer National Championships.
Special Olympics Norfolk athlete Ricky Brown is already a winner in the eyes of family, friends and team-mates as he heads for the biggest competition of his life next week.
Something has to be done for the Winter Gardens on the seafront.
An athlete has raised over £1,000 to support his team as they compete at the national Special Olympics.
As colour TV turns 50 new figures reveal more than 8,000 households across the UK still watch programmes in black and white - and eight of them are in Great Yarmouth.
From throwing mortarboards to jumping fully-clothed into water, students finishing college take part in a number of rituals.
An important step in the right direction has been secured by Paralympic swimming star Jessica-Jane Applegate.
Sophie Mckinna of Great Yarmouth and District Athletics Club competed in her first outdoor competition of 2017.
Coincidence Rules OK! Sounds like a political slogan or a television game show, but it is simply my view on the times the coincidence factor has shaped columns.
The 22-year-old’s throw of 16.74m was only enough to see her finish runner up to Rachel Wallader, whose 17.43m effort saw her improve on her own stadium record. Adele Nicoll came third with 15.93m.
Baby boys born in South Norfolk can expect to live three years longer than those born a few miles away in Great Yarmouth, according to new figures showing stark differences in life expectancy.
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