A company director responsible for health and safety failings which led to four Suffolk men being crushed to death has been spared prison.
A Blofield glazier accused of causing serious injury by dangerous driving has been found not guilty.
A jury hearing the trial of a Blofield glazier accused of causing serious injury by dangerous driving when part of a sheet of glass sheared off and smashed into another car has heard closing speeches.
Failures in design, competency and the following of proper procedures led to four Suffolk workers being crushed to death when a reinforced metal cage collapsed on them, the Old Bailey heard today.
Two companies involved with the death of four men from Suffolk crushed to death six years ago in Great Yarmouth are due to sentenced today.
A woman and her daughter suffered life-changing injuries when part of a large sheet of glass smashed into the windscreen of their Rover 75 on the Acle Straight, a court heard.
A London gang member armed with a sub-machine gun forced a Yarmouth man and woman into dealing crack and heroin, a court heard.
A woman has appeared in court charged with falsely reporting a robbery and two counts of theft from pubs.
The owner of a popular riverside pub and restaurant faces a ban from managing his own food business and has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 after inspectors found a host of hygiene breaches.
A 20-year-old man has been sentenced to three years and ten months in a young offenders’ institution after admitting grooming and sexual activity with a child, following an incident in a Lowestoft park.
A 62-year-old man with a “fascination for firearms” has been jailed for three years after police seized more than 70 illegal guns and live ammunition from his Brundall home.
The sentencing exercise over the deaths of four men from Suffolk who were crushed to death six years ago will last around two days and is expected to be heard in London.
A company has admitted one health and safety breach after an accident in which four Suffolk men were crushed to death six years ago.
Two companies have gone on trial today charged with safety offences after four Suffolk men were crushed to death six years ago.
Two convicted killers have been found guilty of attacking prisoner custody officers as part of a melee which followed verdicts in a murder trial.
A woman falsely claimed benefits totalling nearly £39,000 when she lied about her large amount of savings, a court heard.
A man who crashed a van containing up to £142,000-worth of cannabis has been ordered to pay back £1.
A man has pleaded guilty to a strong of charges following a police pursuit in north Norfolk.
Two men allegedly attacked seven prisoner custody officers as part of a “melee” which followed verdicts in a trial they were involved in, a court has heard.
Two men involved in drug dealing in Great Yarmouth have been given jail terms totalling more than nine years.
A man, who held up a Gorleston pharmacy using an imitation gun, offered to go back and apologise after he was captured by police.
A man posed as a teenager on a chat website to try to get two young girls from America to send him explicit photos, a court heard.
A company and a director have admitted health and safety offences more than six years after the deaths of four men in Norfolk.
A 66 year-old man, said by a judge to have “lined his own pockets” after he falsely claimed nearly £40,000 benefits, has been given a seven month suspended jail sentence.
A woman, who broke into a home on Christmas Eve while the occupants were asleep, has been jailed for 18 months by a judge, who called the offence “mean.”
A man tried to con a vulnerable 78-year-old pensioner with learning difficulties into handing over £12,000 for non-existent building work carried out at his Great Yarmouth home, a court heard.
Detectives have offered reassurance to the victims of sexual abuse that the police will bring offenders to justice.
A Brundall man charged with holding two prohibited automatic weapons, along with two firearms and ammunition without a certificate, has been remanded to the crown court.
A victim of policeman turned conman Ben Staff today describes how the fraudster cost him his family’s financial future.
A former police officer began a four-and-a-half-year prison sentence on Tuesday after carrying out a series of frauds across Norfolk’s building trade totalling £1m.
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