The saga over the stranded Indian crew on a supply ship in Great Yarmouth is nearing its end after the impounded vessel was put up for sale.
A ship which has been impounded in Great Yarmouth port for more than two years is on the verge of being sold.
An Indian sailor who was stranded aboard a ship moored at Great Yarmouth for 18 months is preparing to return home after a legal stalemate was broken.
A High Court judge has dismissed a bid for a judicial review into the merger of two Great Yarmouth high schools.
Campaigners will find out today if their legal challenge over the merger of two Great Yarmouth high schools will succeed in the High Court.
A High Court judge has issued an urgent appeal for help finding a 16-month-old boy and his pregnant mother who have links to Norfolk.
A dispute over a merger of two high schools in Great Yarmouth is set to be heard in the High Court.
Three men have denied manslaughter charges after five people, including a former Norfolk woman, were killed in a shop explosion.
Beach praised, and then it’s scoured
The £120m project to build a third river crossing in Great Yarmouth has taken another leap forward.
Road bosses have put in plans to restrict part of a Gorleston road to motorists and introduce 30mph limits to the surrounding area.
The National Crime Agency has admitted that it unlawfully shared intelligence with Thai police investigating the murder of Hemsby backpacker Hannah Witheridge.
Two London based drug dealers who knifed a rival to death after moving their operation to the Norfolk coast lost their appeals at the High Court today.
A former detective who spent four months in jail after he was accused of corruption in a notorious murder inquiry has won a substantial compensation payout.
A young girl who faces a lifetime of disability following her traumatic birth at a Great Yarmouth hospital will receive millions in damages from the NHS.
A boy who suffered severe brain damage during his birth has won £5 million in compensation from the NHS.
Parents in Norfolk’s tourism heartlands are more likely to be fined for taking their children out of school than anywhere else in the county.