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People are ignoring warnings to stay away from crumbling cliffs at Hemsby.
At least three of the properties on The Marrams in Hemsby are expected to fall off the cliff-edge by tomorrow morning.
A wrecking team could move in and demolish the cliff-edge homes at Hemsby within a week.
The residents of the Marrams in Hemsby have a nervous wait ahead with high tides forecast for this evening.
With a growing reputation said to rival Southwold for its seaside charm, Gorleston is adding beach huts in a further nod to its coastal cousin.
Residents of Great Yarmouth will be able to find out more about the plan to build the £120m third river crossing for the town by attending drop-in information sessions next month.
Great Yarmouth is set for a tourism spending boost after it was confirmed cruise ships will be docking with hundreds of passengers at the town’s port throughout the year.
Market traders in Great Yarmouth are set to benefit from a major funding boost from Europe through a project to help revitalise historic markets and boost their wider economy.
A failure to build enough homes to meet government targets could lead to a building free-for-all by developers, planners have warned.
Indoor bowling could come to an end at an historic country house hotel, club members have claimed.
I saw an otter at Darby’s Hard
Work on an ambitious project to transform Great Yarmouth’s south beach area is due to start next month, it has been confirmed.
A gaping hole was left in Great Yarmouth when the big retailers Marks and Spencers and BHS closed.
Listed and listing, Great Yarmouth’s once magnificent Winter Gardens are held up by an internal scaffolding frame awaiting some more permanent form of rescue.
Great Yarmouth’s Business of the Decade will be announced this Friday night at the glittering trophy presentation ceremony for the Spirit of Enterprise Awards.
Parents fear a child will be knocked down and killed by a car after several near misses outside a school.
The way voters choose their councillors in the Great Yarmouth area is to change from May 2019.
Businesses in Great Yarmouth face traffic disruption over the festive season as major roadworks are delayed.
We are all set for take off!
A reward is being offered to find a tree poisoner who targeted the grounds of a Gorleston landmark building.
I am proud of our close links with Great Yarmouth and long may they continue.
A council leader has promised to root out whoever has been deliberately poisoning historic trees.
A market has been given a boost thanks to new traders taking part in a new trial.
Budding market traders are being invited to sell their wares at a series of special Open Market days.
A long running flooding saga could be coming to an end after nearly a decade, but not for at least another 18 months.
Looking after your town and taking pride in where you live could help ease pressures on the NHS, it is claimed.
We feel we are being ignored.
A multi-million pound transport scheme is the first in a series of improvements with the aim of regenerating Great Yarmouth.
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