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Police are appealing for help to trace a missing woman last seen in Norwich.
A team of nurses and therapists who care for patients in their own homes during the night were recognised for their dedication to the job at East Coast Community Healthcare’s (ECCH) annual staff awards ceremony.
Drivers could be facing more delays in Great Yarmouth as work in preparation for the development of the town’s proposed Third River Crossing is carried out.
The best of a Norfolk hospital was celebrated at a glitzy awards bash.
A relieved dog owner was reunited with their beloved puppy after firefighters came to the rescue.
A care home that ‘loves its patients’ has been highly-rated by inspectors.
A broken down car has sparked traffic delays at a busy Great Yarmouth junction.
On Monday, July 1, my husband and I took two of our grandchildren to Gorleston beach. It had been a very hot weekend and the beach had been very busy.
Great Yarmouth was visited this week by the Anglia in Bloom judges – and volunteers are keeping their green fingers crossed that they will gain another gold award for the town.
A car-crushing monster truck has been revealed as the latest attraction at a seaside festival.
As this column often has a nautical theme, today we clear the decks although it also encompasses local industry as I pass on contributions received from readers.
The region basked in unseasonably warm temperatures on Easter Saturday as the mercury soared to 24C.
Two services will take place at the weekend to commemorate the former RAF base at Baker Street, Gorleston, and remember those who served there over a period of 50 years.
A competition winner got a mother’s day treat to remember after being treated to a pamper day at a Great Yarmouth shopping centre.
We’re on the lookout for Great Yarmouth’s bonniest baby of 2019.
Personally, I am getting wholeheartedly fed up with the constant letters to the Mercury concerning Brexit.
Are there are many better simple pleasures than a good meal out?
A Great Yarmouth road will close for one day while works are carried out.
Armed police, a drone and dogs were used to carry out a series of raids across the Great Yarmouth area on Friday.
A father of three has described the moment he watched two thieves jump into his car and drive away, after he stepped out for just a few seconds to lock a door.
Police have issued a cold calling alert after two men were reported to be knocking on doors and asking for gold and jewellery.
Six community groups in Great Yarmouth look set to benefit from £100,000 of council grants.
A summer barbecue by Masons from the East Norfolk Lodge has cooked up a £1,000 donation for Great Yarmouth’s Centre 81.
Consultation starts today on whether or not people can park on Beach Road in Winterton.
Four people have been arrested in Great Yarmouth in relation to drug and driving offences.
I’m coming up to six months working in Great Yarmouth, so now seems a good time to reflect on what I’ve learned about the town.
And since everything good comes in threes, here’s my Yarmouth trio.
Parents at a village primary school say they are braced for ‘chaos’ after they were told they could no longer use an adjacent car park.