A man responsible for running a drugs line which flooded Great Yarmouth with heroin and cocaine has been told he faces a "substantial" prison sentence.
Knives, tools and alcohol were among the thousands of banned items seized at Norfolk and Suffolk courts within a year.
The inquest into the death of a toddler who was thrown from an inflatable trampoline on Gorleston beach has been adjourned again because a police investigation is still ongoing.
Fraudsters are calling members of the public and pretending to be police officers, people have been warned.
The 'director' of a drug gang which flooded Great Yarmouth with cocaine and heroin was 'guiding the conspiracy' with 116 texts and 56 phone calls a day from his base in Hackney, a court heard.
More than half of drug dealing groups using 'county lines' in Norfolk are targeting the city, according to police intelligence.
A man was left lying on the floor for five hours after he fell trying to use the toilet, an inquest heard.
At least five people have been the victims of stabbings in Norwich in the last two months.
Three men who supplied crack cocaine and heroin in the Great Yarmouth area have been jailed for a total of 10 years and four months.
Funding for legal aid providers in the region has been cut by almost half in six years amid warnings the support network for vulnerable people has been "decimated".
A family has criticised a mental health service after a mother-of-three took her own life just 10 days after being discharged from a mental health ward.
Norfolk celebrated peace a century ago with flags, parades, bells and even impromptu flypasts and a commandeered fire engine.
A woman who breached an order banning her from drinking in public and going into a town centre has been sentenced to 40 weeks in prison.
A man with 41 previous convictions for 116 offences has been given another chance after kicking and punching a taxi in a fare dispute.
A woman died after her head was struck by a motorcyclist's helmet after she stepped out into the road without looking, an inquest has heard.
A woman has been accused of assaulting eight people on separate occasions during a two-month period in Great Yarmouth.
A man who assaulted his girlfriend in an argument sparked by a text message has been ordered not to go near her for a year.
A judge highlighted how the lack of stable accommodation helped draw young people into crime as he imposed a suspended jail term on a vulnerable woman caught dealing cocaine and heroin, in Great Yarmouth.
A man has denied charges including perverting the course of justice when he appeared at Norwich Crown Court in a private prosecution brought by former Norfolk magistrate Nigel Stringer.
A teenager has denied a charge of wounding with intent after a stabbing in Great Yarmouth.
Children in England are to be banned from buying energy drinks under government plans.
A manager of a Great Yarmouth amusement arcade stole more than £36,000 from his employer after becoming addicted to gambling, a court heard.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the owner of a Great Yarmouth shop who is alleged to have sold dangerous and illegal cigarettes and tobacco.
A Great Yarmouth woman has appeared in court charged with breaching a criminal behaviour order for the 18th time.
Police in Great Yarmouth have seized two rottweilers after a cyclist was bitten and some children were reported to have been chased by them.
A High Court judge has dismissed a bid for a judicial review into the merger of two Great Yarmouth high schools.
The travellers who moved onto land that a hospice is planned to be built on have been served a notice that court proceedings will be taken against them.
A vulnerable man was beaten "black and blue" in his Great Yarmouth home and blackmailed into handing over his bank card which was used to withdraw £40, a court heard.
The death of a young girl at Gorleston beach today has drawn stark comparisons with the death of a Norwich youngster also killed on a bouncy castle two years ago.
Five bikers who were wrongly convicted of speeding at 140mph on the A47 have had the cases against them dropped after a CPS review.