Investigations are continuing today after a father-of-three died following a suspected fight at a holiday park in Lowestoft.
Fritton Lake’s park and adventure playground has closed to day visitors as part of plans to ‘steer the resort in a new direction.’
Corporal Michael Knight will spend the summer riding alongside the RAF’s world-famous aerobatic display team.
After £50 million pounds worth of cocaine was found at Hopton and Caister on the east coast of Norfolk this afternoon we take a look at five of the strangest things to have washed up on our shores.
The cloak of anonymity provided by the internet has led to a surge across the region of harassment, blackmail and other crimes involving social media.
A county councillor has praised the prompt actions of volunteer wardens after a young seal pup became entangled in netting at Horsey.
Pleasurewood Hills’ iconic Rattlesnake is to go into retirement after more than 30 years of entertaining thrill seekers at the theme park.
A service which provides practical an emotional support for carers is urging people across Norfolk to get in touch if they think they could benefit from some extra help.
• Are you feeling a little lost but still class yourself as young at heart and are wishing to find friends in the same boat as you?
Pong-plagued residents in Caister say a meeting with the utility company has bought them no closer to a resolution and only heightened their frustration.
But station insists it is not closing.
Brundall business owner warns others to be wary after being subject to a change raising scam.
Renewed calls to stay positive and reject controversial proposals that could close two sports clubs have been voiced.
The British public wants to see press regulation funded by the newspaper industry, a survey by YouGov has revealed, as the government consults on whether to proceed with part two of the Leveson Inquiry.
A mum who spent almost two weeks in a family centre while her infant son fought seizures in hospital has vowed to repay the kind treatment she received.
Be optimistic on transformation
The owner of a local chain of butchers has disputed a report from the government’s Food Standards Agency, which stated it had to recall stuffing and cocktail sausages this week.
Two children’s areas in library?
A festive feel good video from Potters Resort has taken off with 200,000 views in four days.
The decision of a bus company to dismiss calls for a regular bus through to the Gapton Hall retail estate has been greeted by a mixed reaction.
The dates for next year’s Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider Festival have today been confirmed by organisers.
Over 100 scarves have been tied around railings in St George’s Park, Great Yarmouth, to be donated to the town’s rough sleepers.
A teenage musician got the surprise of a lifetime when his band was chosen by Lionel Richie to open for him.
A welfare revolution has left a trail of damage to people’s lives in Great Yarmouth.
A memorial mass will be held for a young boxer who died after his first fight.
A mother has asked for help from the public to find her daughter’s beloved toy cat.
Great Yarmouth Basketball has taken another big step in its development.
Contractors clearing a fire-hit site in the centre of Great Yarmouth have unearthed 200 bowling balls from the rubble.
A girl with fiery hair and energy to match has found herself becoming a rising starlet of television - after starring in a pair of adverts.
A teenage girl who was “always smiling” took her own life after fearing a text message had ended a friendship, an inquest heard.
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