A jealous and controlling woman, who stabbed her ex-partner five times because he took too long doing his Christmas shopping, has been given an extended 18 year sentence.
Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.
To be named ‘the finest place in the universe’ is a title many towns would struggle to live up to.
A well known businessman will talk about his life in the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston hotel industry.
More than 850 complaints about noisy neighbours were made to Great Yarmouth Borough Council in just over two years, figures have shown.
Disabled motorists have slammed “selfish and ignorant” drivers who flout the law by illegally parking in designated disabled bays.
Lovers of beer and cider have been heading to Great Yarmouth to join in a festival of their favourite tipples.
A trio of elephants lead a mammoth carnival through the streets of Great Yarmouth as smiles beamed and costumes sparkled in the sunshine.
Carnival capers and festival fun with a Big Top flavour will fill the streets of Great Yarmouth this weekend.
Giant canvases were this week being manoeuvred into place ahead of a landmark exhibition being staged in Great Yarmouth.
Beer and cider lovers will be flocking to the town later this month for the Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider Festival - and here is how you can save money on entry.
Life-sized elephants and carnival horses will help launch street jamboree Festa Fiesta which will include a celebration of circus and Latin music, part of Great Yarmouth Arts Festival.
A damning review into the leadership at the region’s mental health trust has identified a “tolerance of poor standards”, it can be revealed.
The electrical and electronic industry may have changed greatly over the past half a century, but one trader in Great Yarmouth has remained a constant throughout.
Grass is growing on our famous beach
Free design workshops for teenagers are being staged in Great Yarmouth.
It’s a small world for model students who have created miniature versions of a town’s historic buildings for a fun trail.
Another hoard of illegal cigarettes has been removed from a Great Yarmouth town centre shop.
An artist who by his own admission is “trying to get happier” has mounted a colourful exhibition on the street where he lives.
Executed by firing squad at dawn. Incarcerated long-term in prison as a traitor. Lynched by an enraged mob, some of whom were once friends and neighbours.
A man in Great Yarmouth is holding a tombola sale to help raise money for dialysis patients.
This picture from the Mercury’s photo archives is dated May 1960.
A woman has donated 49 poppies to a project that will mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A vulnerable woman who admitted being concerned in the supply of Class A and Class B drugs has been given a last chance by a judge.
The man who holds the post of High Steward of Great Yarmouth – an ancient title dating back to 1529, will talk about his role in the town.
More than a million Royal British Legion paper poppies are being collected by volunteers for a First World War sculpture.
Idle curiosity? A passing thought? Difference of opinion requiring to be settled?
A woman’s crusade to help save lives across Norfolk by installing defibrillators in public areas has been given a major funding boost.
There’s an old saying that children should be seen and not heard, but a local community radio station is set to change all that.
From big names with an international reputation to emerging artists building a following, an exhibition in Great Yarmouth is showcasing vibrant local talent.
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