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It’s a chance to dust off those trainers, get back onto court and play the sport you love at a slightly slower pace.

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Yesterday, 17:03

Preparations are being made to see if Great Yarmouth could hold four weekends of festive fun at Christmas time - at a provisional cost of £148,000.

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Fri, 19:03

We are proud of our region and want to shout out about from the rooftops.

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Fri, 18:04

Further searches are to be made this weekend to try and trace a missing man with connections to Diss and Great Yarmouth.

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Fri, 18:03

Villagers and friends enjoyed yet another splendid pantomime, Daft Jack and His Bean Stack, performed by Reedham Nomads Theatre Company’s cast of 24, adults and children, which was staged at the village hall last week.

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Fri, 17:10

Brundall Area Community First Responders will be demonstrating how they can make a difference when it comes to a health emergency on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21.

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Fri, 13:53

People carrying out home improvements will soon have to pay to leave DIY waste at recycling centres in Norfolk.

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Martin Wilby
Fri, 11:05

A vigil is to be held at Norwich Cathedral for missing Gorleston student Sophie Smith, who was last seen in her home town in the early hours of Boxing Day.

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Sophie Smith
Fri, 10:30

Brummie comedy star Jasper Carrott is coming to Great Yarmouth for a night of laughs and music from the 1970s and 1980s.

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Fri, 09:46

New figures show that 7,000 more people in Great Yarmouth are now saving more for their retirement.

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Brandon Lewis
Fri, 08:43

Tourists come from far and wide to the coast to take in a breath of fresh seaside air.

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Fri, 08:29

Members of a bowls club are hoping an influx of new members could save its future in Great Yarmouth.

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Thu, 18:15

Fundraising and donations have enabled a defibrillator to be installed in a secure cabinet on the outside of Great Yarmouth Library.

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Rotary Club
Thu, 17:28

A grading took place at Great Yarmouth Primary Academy for some of the young members of the Chinto Karate group.

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Thu, 15:03

A school in Great Yarmouth has made the decision to ban a hairstyle named after a popular fast-food restaurant. Here is what our readers had to say in response to the story.

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Thu, 09:12

Buses travelling through Gorleston will be diverted away from the High Street for the next two weeks, while works are carried out on the road’s sewer connections.

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Wed, 14:07

The family of a Gorleston mother-of-four have paid an emotional tribute to her after she died when she was involved in a collision with a motorcycle in Bradwell last week.

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James Paget University Hospital
Wed, 09:19

International Women’s Day is right around the corner and to celebrate we want to know which local women inspire you.

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Tue, 12:39

In March 2004, 15-year-old Natasha Storey met her favourite band, The Rasmus, at UEA in Norwich.

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Tue, 10:53

A Gorleston couple have celebrated their golden anniversary surrounded by 90 family members and friends.

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Tue, 08:53

Memories of Great Yarmouth will be raising funds for a charity 
which looks after older people and their pets.

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Colin Smith
Mon, 15:12

A ramped-up police response to knife crime in Great Yarmouth over the weekend has been hailed a success, after no incidents were recorded.

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Mon, 12:20

A choir of Great Yarmouth schoolchildren has joined voices with 8,000 children from across the UK for a sell-out show at one of London’s biggest live venues.

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Mon, 11:46

Police have confirmed more than 30 cars were vandalised in the North Yarmouth area over the weekend.

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Norfolk Police
Mon, 09:52

A pensioner labelled the “Michael Palin of Gorleston” will be giving two illustrated talks on his epic journeys.

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Mon, 09:00

A nursing home is opening a memory cafe which will offer people with dementia, their carers, family and friends a place to socialise in a friendly and relaxed environment.

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Friendships between the towns of Rambouillet and Great Yarmouth were renewed once more as a special tour of the world’s last surviving steam-powered herring drifter was enjoyed.

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Dancing, twirling and plenty of poise was on display as judges were put in a spin at a popular regional contest.

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United Kingdom
Saturday, February 17, 2018

It’s a question which has divided the people of East Anglia for years.

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Friday, February 16, 2018

Pantomime fun came to Stokesby at the weekend when a 19-strong cast entirely from the village staged Jack and the Beanstalk in the village hall.

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