A grey seal is fighting for life after becoming entangled in carelessly discarded plastic fishing netting which has created a wound around his neck.
A basketball player from Great Yarmouth has written a book designed to inspire children to “dream big”.
A music shop chain with stores in Norwich and Great Yarmouth is to close all of its sites as it moves the business online.
Poppyland Publishing is to publish a new title on Great Yarmouth thirty years after its last booklet on the history of the town.
As the curtain continues to rise on Norfolk’s community theatre scene, reporter Donna-Louise Bishop explores the reasons behind its enduring appeal.
The factory and head office of failed furniture retailer Multiyork has attracted interest from a consortium which claims it wants to continue production and secure jobs at the site.
After it was revealed that Joker’s Corner shop in Great Yarmouth is to close after more than 40 years, we look at some other popular shops that have closed for various reasons in our region
Later this month the shopping extravaganza Black Friday will be back for another year. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of one of the key dates in the UK’s shopping calender.
From Abraham Lincoln’s ancestral home to Thomas Paine, East Anglia has a strong connection with the United States of America.
There is just one week left for children across Norfolk to submit their entries into a creative writing competition.
A seal pup has been rescued from a tangle of fishing net at Waxham beach on the north Norfolk coastline.
An ex-Amazon courier has avoided a driving ban despite clocking up 21 penalty points from seven separate speeding offences in three months.
It is a resort that sees large crowds of people enjoy the summer weather, its sandy beach and a wide range of attractions and amusements every year.
The hunt is on to find Britain’s best bacon butty - could it be in Norfolk?
Year 5 pupils at Caister Junior School took part in a competition to design a page in a calendar for safer working on a building site.
A Gorleston man has spoken of his pride, after seeing the film he helped to fund released on DVD.