A major operation involving six government agencies and four police forces cracking down on illegal and unsafe activity on Norfolk’s roads has taken place.
More than 850 school children from Great Yarmouth and surrounding areas will take part in a Fire Service event to help their safety skills.
‘We’ve been warning them for years.’
Concerns that progress to improve the A47 is in danger of falling behind prompted a Conservative councillor to launch a blistering attack on Highways England.
Around 80 eels have been found dead in the regions rivers, with no clear explanation as to what has caused their demise.
Thousands of fish have been rescued from a dyke near the boatyard in Potter Heigham.
Devastating images of homes falling down Hemsby’s cliffs were broadcast around the world in March. But now the cameras have stopped rolling, how is the tourist resort recovering?
Our coast is disappearing faster than feared. What is being done to stop it?
Heavy rain has caused damage at Norwich Airport with a flight reportedly delayed.
A project aiming to tackle flooding in Great Yarmouth has been granted £8.2m.
A huge fire at a barn could be seen for miles around.
Demolition teams have begun the grim task of tearing down condemned clifftop homes in Hemsby.
It was a wet and windy start to the week, with flood warnings in place across the region.
Strong winds and high tides have eaten away yet more of the cliff face in Hemsby, with seven cliff face properties at imminent risk.
Flood alerts are in effect for the coast, with the region bracing itself for a damp and soggy night.
On Saturday, number 197 in The Marrams will become the sixth house to be demolished in Hemsby this year.
The community is invited to attend a drop-in session today in Hemsby to discuss how best to manage and defend the coastline.
Flood warnings are still in place across Norfolk and Waveney due to steady rainfall over the Easter Bank Holiday.
Flood alerts have been issued for several parts of Norfolk as rain continues to fall across the county.
Preparatory work is being carried out today to demolish five erosion-hit homes at Hemsby.
Sobering maps have shown which sections of Norfolk’s coastline could be next to feel the devastating impact of coastal erosion, as homes in Hemsby edge closer to tumbling into the sea.
People are ignoring warnings to stay away from crumbling cliffs at Hemsby.
The high tide has come and gone at Hemsby without causing the imminent destruction of the erosion threatened homes on the Marrams.
Hemsby and Winterton may have been grabbing the headlines because of erosion, but the loss of sand along the Norfolk coast at Sea Palling is also having a devastating effect.
Nearly four years ago Hemsby hit the headlines after scouring of its beach led to the village’s lifeboat station being abandoned and people fearing for their homes.
The worst seems to be over as a long thaw sets in.
A fly-tipper who dumped furniture, a mirror and other household items in a passageway in Cobholm, Great Yarmouth, has been left with a court bill of £715 following a borough council prosecution
A devastated family have warned others after their beloved golden retriever died from eating a fish washed up on Cley beach.
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.
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