Local historian Brian Grint has been hailed as ‘Mr Acle’ by heartbroken friends and colleagues after suffering a suspected heart attack on Wednesday. He died despite the efforts of paramedics and an air ambulance crew.
While many continue to tackle the short-term, immediate impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a coastal college is looking to the future in an effort to help their community.
Drivers have been warned councils across Norfolk will clamp down on illegal parking in town centres ahead of the reopening of shops next week.
A “bold and ambitious” vision for an iconic empty store has been unveiled at the heart of a £49m bid to transform Great Yarmouth’s town centre.
A chain ferry offering a 30 mile shortcut is running again from this morning.
A 12 hour online festival has raised more than £21,000 for the NHS and the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service.
A “daredevil” pensioner who has raised thousands for a range of good causes is taking on the Captain Tom challenge in aid of charity.
No new coronavirus related deaths have been announced at any of Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
An alleged drink driver believed to be involved in drug dealing and found with a knife and baseball bat was arrested on the A47 on Friday night.
Motorists have been urged to be vigilant after a spate of thefts from vehicles recently.
Five more patients who tested positive for coronavirus have died at Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
Coastal cafe owners have called for clarity after an anticipated influx of beachgoers failed to materialise following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
A woman’s body found on a Suffolk beach earlier this week has been identified as that of a missing 23-year-old from Gorleston.
The family of a missing 23-year-old from Gorleston have been informed after a body was found on Sizewell beach.
A 12 hour online festival will be held on Friday to raise vital funds for the NHS and the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service.
Local Lions clubs have united to fund a piece of hospital equipment key in protecting workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Eating market chips and visiting the pub have been highlighted as the things Great Yarmouth residents are most looking forward to once the coronavirus lockdown is over.
A key NHS worker is taking on 20 fundraising challenges throughout 2020 in memory of her police officer sister.
There are so many things you can’t do right now.
Four coastal care homes have been recognised among the best in the East of England.
The community spirit in one rural village on the Norfolk and Suffolk border is blooming as the coronavirus lockdown continues through spring.
For much of the week leading up to this Easter weekend, police, hospital staff and council leaders echoed the same message: Stay home.
A brewery is giving away more than 20,000 free pints of beer to avoid “heartbreakingly” pouring it down the drain.
Thousands of calls to NHS 111 were abandoned in Norfolk and Waveney in March after a surge in patients seeking advice about Coronavirus.
A town hall was bathed in blue light last night to recognise the key workers on the Coronavirus frontline.
The coronavirus lockdown will have to remain in place for “several more weeks”, one of the scientists advising the Government has said.
The death of a woman in a Norfolk village is not being treated as suspicious, police have confirmed.
Great Yarmouth is closed to tourists this Easter weekend, the borough council has warned.
A woman was found dead in a Norfolk garden.
A charity-funded study centre has closed its courses, car parks and gardens ahead of the Easter weekend in a bid to encourage would-be visitors to stay at home.