People over a certain age are being urged to help rid Great Yarmouth’s main beach of rubbish.
Ernest Storry who has died aged 95 was a master upholsterer whose expert hands covered one of the most famous seats of the seventies.
With Storm Doris set to bring gusts of 70mph across the region tomorrow, we look back at the devastating storm of October 1987 which caused chaos.
Several residents living near Gorleston seafront and the river in the Great Yarmouth have received automated messages telling to take young children and pets upstairs for safety for the next 24 hours.
A former parish councillor has paid tribute to a Second World War veteran ahead of his funeral tomorrow.
A village has rallied round to give a Second World War veteran a fitting funeral after learning he was to be buried in an unmarked grave 10 miles away from his former home.
Christmas Day will be a busy one for community bus driver Phil Abbott – as he gets behind the wheel to help a festive charity event.
An In Memoriam family announcement with a difference was published in the Mercury last month, for it appeared on the centenary of the death of a soldier “serving in the front-line trenches and being gassed in France” in the First World War.
Council is paid to sort out things
The family of a Gorleston war hero have been on the search for his medals, ever since they were inadvertently sold ten years ago.
A trailblazer who became Great Yarmouth’s first woman police sergeant has died at the age of 94.
The Military Medal and three other medals awarded to a Norfolk war hero are expected to sell for around £600 at an auction later this month.
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