The Great Yarmouth Air Show could be a disaster for the area’s little tern breeding population, says Jeff Knott of the RSPB.
The RSPB has explained its reasons why it wanted the Great Yarmouth Air Show to be cancelled while little terns are nesting.
A new section of road giving safe access to people living in erosion-hit Hemsby has been completed.
Plans to install 70 beach huts along Gorleston seafront are set to be approved tonight.
A holiday park in a picturesque, history-rich village is looking to expand and add some 107 static caravans.
The opening of an £8m centre of excellence demonstrates an energy services company’s commitment to the Norfolk coast, one of its bosses has said.
Five lucky people who took part in a survey about the Venetian Waterways project on Great Yarmouth seafront have won a free brown bin.
The 1st Ormesby Brownies completed their annual litter pick last week.
Residents of Burgh Castle are being invited to a parish council meeting to hear about and make comments on plans to install more than 100 caravan bases and extract minerals in the village.
A Norfolk town is getting ready to welcome some trans-Atlantic guests next month.
A colourful splash park with water jets, sprays and tipping buckets is set to delight young visitors to one of Norfolk’s most popular resorts this summer.
The only UKIP councillor on Great Yarmouth Borough Council has resigned from the party following a confrontation with another member outside a shop.
Push to bring back port’s ferry service
Hemsby occupies a special place in many people’s hearts.
With counting finished in the local elections in Norfolk, there have been gains for Labour in Norwich but UKIP has lost seats in Great Yarmouth.
Battle lines are being drawn as the Tories and Labour face each other across the chamber at Great Yarmouth Borough Council.
The results of all 13 wards have been announced at Great Yarmouth Borough Council elections.
The votes are being counted after Norwich and Great Yarmouth headed to the polls.
Council leaders in a Norfolk coast town have welcomed news that a deal which could bring significant investment to their town is edging towards completion.
Another home in Hemsby has fallen victim to the ongoing erosion crisis.
Plans to convert a former Great Yarmouth pub into a “high class restaurant” have been given the council’s seal of approval.
Demolition teams have begun the grim task of tearing down condemned clifftop homes in Hemsby.
Six more clifftop homes at Hemsby are to be demolished, after strong winds and high tides ate away at more of the cliff face and rendered the properties dangerous.
These photographs show one of the six homes at Hemsby that are to be demolished after high winds and strong winds ate away at the cliffs at The Marrams.
Strong winds and high tides have eaten away yet more of the cliff face in Hemsby, with seven cliff face properties at imminent risk.
The high tide and bad weather overnight has resulted in further loss of cliffs at Hemsby.
A councillor has received a ticking off for failing to show other people respect and been told to apologise for his behaviour.
A season of guided walks, focusing on the rich cultural heritage of the Great Yarmouth borough, is getting underway this month.
They are a series of comical sketches drawn by a Norfolk-based pilot while he was imprisoned in a German PoW camp.
A woman claims her family have been living in squalid conditions since the ceilings in their council house began to collapse in March.
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