The amount of rubbish thrown out by residents in Great Yarmouth that was not recycled is the equivalent to the weight of a grand piano for every house in the borough, figures have shown.
A woman whose dogs fouled on the dunes at Great Yarmouth has been left with a £230 court bill following a prosecution by Great Yarmouth Borough Council.
These images show a women brazenly letting her dog make a mess in shop doorways.
County councillors have voted to increase their allowances at a time when services across Norfolk are facing cuts.
A fly-tipper has been named and shamed by the council who prosecuted her for dumping a settee by a block of flats in Gorleston.
The decision by Conservative and independent councillors to award themselves an allowance increase has been branded as “unbelievable” by one of the county’s MPs.
The first step towards demolishing a leisure complex has taken place.
A landlord has been left with a court bill of nearly £2,000 after he paid someone £100 to get rid of rubbish which was then fly-tipped.
Feed the bins, not the birds.
A pensioner was left £450 out of pocket for not cleaning up after his dog.
A man was jailed and another ordered to pay more than £1,900 after they illegally collected waste which was later found dumped it in the countryside.
A woman was fined £200 after her rubbish was illegally dumped by a doorstep waste collector.
The leader of Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been re-elected for another year.
Three people were fined for crimes against the environment in one day, after being convicted by Great Yarmouth Borough Council.
There is relief for property owners in a coastal village as the first hurdle in ensuring its sea defences are maintained was passed.
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