A brand new Easter Pirates Live all-action water show starts its run at The Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth from April 1.
A family who collectively cut more than five feet of hair from their heads for charity, have raised more than £3,000.
Less than two months after taking on their beloved local pub a Gorleston couple are preparing to turn their backs on their dream and give back the keys.
Kittens that were less than two weeks old were left to die in a box in a supermarket car park.
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A council has gone head-to-head with a boat building firm to take ownership of a field it wants for sporting facilities.
Campaigners have cancelled a protest amid safety fears after over 1,000 people expressed an interest in attending.
A protest is being planned after volunteers from a soup kitchen were attacked in Great Yarmouth.
When he first joined the English Defence League (EDL), Ivan Humble was a stay at home father.
A youth organisation in Great Yarmouth has launched an appeal to find new premises in the town so it can continue boosting youngsters confidence and sense of being.
A national children’s charity is calling on the Government to take more action in the battle against grooming.
Tackling his own health and fitness issues after his father died seemed like the summit of his achievements.
It may have been a week later than the rest of the world, but the Cromer New Year fireworks were timed to perfection for Robert Hubbard.
Popular radio presenter Rob Chandler will return to the airwaves, after loyal listeners were left disappointed when he left Radio Norwich earlier this year.
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.
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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.
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