Tributes have poured in to a stalwart of the Great Yarmouth borough after he died following a short term illness.
Much-loved councillor and coach operator the late Charles Reynolds was among three town stalwarts to be granted an ancient honour in Great Yarmouth.
Norfolk’s most famous son and Britain’s greatest naval hero will be remembered at the annual Trafalgar Day Service today.
Where will the churchgoers park?
Do court fines end up being paid?
Great Yarmouth Town let a two goal slead slip through their grasp as they were held to a frustrating draw at The Wellesley.
A £780,000 project in Gorleston has created six new council houses and two permanent jobs.
Metal railings surrounding a ruined church are finally coming down on Monday.
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.
Plans to bring an air show to Great Yarmouth, which could give an estimated £10m boost to the local economy next year, are to be discussed tonight by councillors.
Four goals from Connor Deeks gave the Greens all three points in Saturday’s topsy turvy Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division clash at Emerald Park.
Overgrown bushes are forcing a blind woman and her guide dog on an unwelcome detour across a busy road, it is claimed.
A cemetery has been targeted by vandals and thieves who have stolen or moved marble vases and flower pots from graves.
A cemetery has been targeted by thieves who stole plant pots and decorative items, police have confirmed.
Health experts have warned that the fight against rising obesity levels is being lost as parts of Norfolk see the number of takeaways soar.
The fate of bold plans to build the region’s only large casino will be decided today.
A village was a hive of activity as residents descended on Green Lane Playing Fields for the inaugural Bradwell Community Fete.
An inaugural village community fete has been hailed a big success.
Floods devastated council office
Police have confirmed the London Bridge and Borough Market incidents were terror attacks, the third to hit the UK in less than three months following the Westminster and Manchester atrocities in March and May.
Community leaders across Norfolk have reacted to the shock news of the terrorist attack in London.
Theresa May is facing pressure to postpone the general election in the wake of the London terror attack.
Witnesses have described seeing a speeding vehicle veer into crowds on London Bridge and people being stabbed in Borough Market, as police respond to incidents in the capital.
Well done for town toilet work
Ukip have had a ‘strong and stable defeat’ in Great Yarmouth at the county council elections.
Music Makers Great Yarmouth has celebrated its third successful year with a rousing session of music and fun led by the club’s founder Peter Watters.
There’s nothing to do! How often have we heard those words from sullen teenagers, usually mumbled while avoiding eye contact.
Charging more to park by increasing charges to evenings and year round will only deter people from coming to the town, especially young families and pensioners who are often on restricted funds.
Will MP change Brexit vote?
Complacency stemming from this month’s near-miss storm-surge could hamper evacuation plans in the future.