Eleanor Pringle Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org @EleanorMPringle Great Yarmouth public react to incident of man stuffing baby bird into bin Yesterday, 16:47 Eleanor Pringle The people of Great Yarmouth have reacted to the latest incident of animal abuse against seagulls, after one of the baby birds was kicked before being stuffed into a bin. Teen, 18, fined having pulled wheelies along Great Yarmouth seafront Yesterday, 16:30 Eleanor Pringle This photograph shows the moment a teenage motorcyclist pulled a wheelie in the middle of traffic on Great Yarmouth seafront. Great Yarmouth Bowls Festival to return to seafront at the weekend Yesterday, 16:15 Eleanor Pringle The biggest outdoor open bowling event in the country will be return to Great Yarmouth’s seafront this weekend Man stuffed injured baby seagull into bin as onlookers watched in “disbelief” Yesterday, 13:32 Eleanor Pringle Witnesses have spoken of their “disbelief” as they watched a man kick a baby seagull across a Great Yarmouth car park, before stuffing the injured animal into a waste bin. Fire which ravaged former Pontins site in Hemsby brings greater scrutiny to controversial redevelopment plans Mon, 16:58 Eleanor Pringle A fire at the former Pontins holiday site in Hemsby this weekend has brought greater scrutiny to an already controversial topic. Great Yarmouth council apologise after incoming phone lines experience problems Mon, 16:50 Eleanor Pringle The Great Yarmouth Borough Council has apologised to residents after the organisation’s telephone lines stopped working. Two men arrested after being spotted stealing bikes on CCTV and chased by police Mon, 16:29 Eleanor Pringle Two men were arrested on suspicion of theft having been spotted and chased by police after they stole a pair of bikes in Great Yarmouth. Gallery: It’s almost time to welcome the Atlantic Grey Seals and their pups back to Norfolk Mon, 16:13 Eleanor Pringle Pupping season is fast approaching the east coast, with the first baby seals of the season potentially arriving come the end of next month. Gorleston’s Dock Tavern adds another £1k to charity donation total Mon, 15:08 Eleanor Pringle The Dock Tavern in Gorleston have announced that their most recent Charity Music Day has raised more than £1,000. GoGoHares 2018: Time to cast your vote in the Hare World Cup week two Mon, 14:12 Eleanor Pringle The first round of the Hare World Cup saw a close match between Hare LeQuinn and the Wonderland Hare vying for first place. Secrets of Great Yarmouth’s Victorian society to be exposed on BBC4 Mon, 13:41 Eleanor Pringle The secrets of Great Yarmouth’s Victorian society will be televised this week as BBC4 dig through rubbish across time. WellBeing of Women meeting finally takes place after Yarmouth Stadium water drama Mon, 13:03 Eleanor Pringle This year’s WellBeing of Women sponsored greyhound race meeting at Great Yarmouth has finally taken place after a major water leak threw a spanner in the works. Residents’ group angry that “cash-strapped council” are footing the bill for Hemsby fire Mon, 12:03 Eleanor Pringle Residents of Hemsby have reacted to the fire at the former Pontins site with disappointment, but not suprise. Norwich opticians Specs Factory gets major store revamp Mon, 11:44 Eleanor Pringle One of Norwich’s favourite independent opticians has undergone a store revamp, completed this week. Family travelled from Newcastle to Norwich to visit ‘wonderful’ GoGoHare trail Mon, 10:50 Eleanor Pringle A little girl and her parents have travelled all the way from Newcastle to Norfolk, to visit the county’s GoGoHares. Comedy star Joe Pasquale will be visiting Great Yarmouth this month Mon, 10:39 Eleanor Pringle One of the country’s favourite comedians, Joe Pasquale, will be visiting the coast this year to celebrate 30 years in the business. Norfolk councils back Lord Dannatt’s remembrance campaign amid snub smears Friday, August 17, 2018 Eleanor Pringle A First World War memorial campaign led by former head of the army Lord Dannatt will see 6ft tall Tommy silhouette statues erected around the county. Video: Vomiting illness outbreak hits international Norfolk Scout and Guide event Friday, August 17, 2018 Eleanor Pringle An emergency plan has been put into action after a global gathering of scouts and guides was hit by a vomiting illness outbreak. Overnight closures scheduled on St Crispins road due to new crossing installation Friday, August 17, 2018 Eleanor Pringle A new pedestrian and cycle crossing at St Crispins Road in Norwich will soon be open for use, after the final phase of road works are completed. Can you guess how many bath tub’s worth of ale Norwich’s Fat Cat Brewery has made? Friday, August 17, 2018 Eleanor Pringle In its 13th year serving award winning ales to the Norfolk community, the Fat Cat Brewery has officially brewed its three millionth pint. New environmentally friendly intu Chapelfield shop giving out coffee ground compost for free Thursday, August 16, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Norfolk gardeners are being offered the chance to give their flower beds a boost this summer, as a Compost Cafe has opened in Norwich’s Chapelfield shopping centre.