Universities are highlighting the effects of social media on wellbeing ahead of Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year.
Two men convicted of the murder of five people in an explosion in Leicester have been found not guilty of charges relating to illegal cigarettes found in Great Yarmouth.
The dedicated long service and commitment of lifeboat members has been honoured during a special event.
The sister of murder victim Hannah Witheridge has described as an “absolute atrocity” the actions of a tormenter troll who set up a “dark and unusual” fake profile in her name.
A Connor Ingram hat-trick helped ensure Gorleston made it five league wins in a row.
Richard Kingscote is an infrequent visitor to Great Yarmouth but the Cheshire-based jockey could be the one to follow on the opening day of the three-day Eastern Festival of Racing this afternoon.
Three men are set to stand trial later this year after five people, including a former Norfolk woman, were killed in a shop explosion.
The family of a missing grandfather have issued a desperate plea for him to return home.
A man has been jailed for more than two years for supplying Class A drugs in Great Yarmouth.
A village primary school is gearing up to say farewell to its popular headteacher who is heading to retirement after nearly 40 years in education.
Norfolk’s George Catchpole has been forced to retire from professional rugby – at the age of just 24.
A drug dealer who targeted Great Yarmouth is due to appear for sentencing at Norwich Crown Court.
Hemsby occupies a special place in many people’s hearts.
A coroner’s court has put out an appeal following the death of a man who had links to Great Yarmouth.
Three men have denied manslaughter charges after five people, including a former Norfolk woman, were killed in a shop explosion.
Drugs, cash and a machete have been seized as police made 11 arrests during a week of action against county line drug networks in Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
A teenage business studies student who was “forced” to come to Great Yarmouth and sell drugs to pay off a fictional debt has escaped jail.
A woman who died in an explosion which ripped through a supermarket in Leicester went to school and college in Norfolk, it has emerged.
Further tributes have been paid to a former Norfolk student who was killed when an explosion destroyed a supermarket in Leicester.
Long before the scourge of political correctness was foisted on us, we knew it affectionately as “the blind school.”
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