Anthony Carroll

A seaside racecourse is gearing up for its flagship event, which is odds-on to boost to local economy too.

We feel we are being ignored.

A group of concerned councillors have added their support for calls to save a Great Yarmouth school from closing.

Roy Walding, whose love of singing and amateur dramatics greatly enriched the life of the borough of Great Yarmouth, has died at the age of 84.

A little boy who weighed just 1lb 1oz (490g) at birth has defied the odds to start school.

A Great Yarmouth man has been jailed for drug and weapons offences.

The Chinto Karate Group in Great Yarmouth is celebrating a medal haul at a regional championships.

Cascade Nursery in Gorleston has raised £650 for a defibrillator charity by holding a family day at the pirate ship on Gorleston clifftop.

Acle Branch of the Royal British Legion stalwarts Tony Hartley and Mark Lockwood are seen flanking 10 English bone china plates from the Battle of Britain, Reach for the Sky collection designed by Michael Turner and including the Blenheim, the Spitfire, the Typhoon, the Tempest, the Beaufighter, the Halifax, the Wellington, the Lancaster, the Hurricane and the Stirling.

Thriving businesses are invited to step into the spotlight by entering the Spirit of Enterprise Awards 2017.

Businesses will have access to a wealth of advice and opportunities at a free business surgery at Beacon Park in Gorleston.

The James Paget University Hospital is proudly supporting Organ Donation Week and chief executive Christine Allen and director of nursing Julia Hunt today took time out to support specialist nurses who are encouraging more people to talk about the subject.

A tall ship which starred in the hit series Poldark has sailed into Great Yarmouth ahead of a major festival that celebrates seafaring.

A teenager with learning difficulties suffered a brain injury after he was attacked in Gorleston.

Three friends with a knack for craft are turning their hands to fundraising in aid of a children’s hospice charity.

A salvage operation to remove giant plastic pipes that washed up on Norfolk beaches last month is due to step up a gear today.

A self-employed builder has admitted a health and safety breach which caused a gas explosion at a Gorleston home which left a woman with serious burns and caused part of the house to collapse.

The National Crime Agency has admitted that it unlawfully shared intelligence with Thai police investigating the murder of Hemsby backpacker Hannah Witheridge.

It was a tumultuous event that saw millions of people forced to leave their homes amid countless atrocities that claimed the lives of men, women and children of different religions.

A bus company has apologised to a pensioner after he was locked alone in a bus after his concessionary bus pass failed to register on the vehicle’s ticket scanner.

Police are appealing for help from the public to trace a 31-year-old Great Yarmouth man who is wanted.

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