George Ryan

An Art Deco pub on Great Yarmouth’s seafront has been preserved by a national heritage body.

Businesses have been lining up to welcome the announcement that Great Yarmouth’s third river crossing has been given the green light.

A £98m pledge from the chancellor in his Budget means work could start in 2020 on a new bridge which will open up investment for the whole region.

The chancellor Philip Hammond has committed £98m towards the cost of a new bridge in Great Yarmouth.

Chancellor Philip Hammond could use the Budget to announce plans to boost the region’s infrastructure as part of a promise to “invest to secure a bright future for Britain.”

A car has crashed into a front garden, flipping on to its roof.

‘P-P-Pleased to see you’ could have been how a colony of old penguin pals greeted each other after they were reunited at long last.

A project to help keep families together after a child has gone into care is being expanded.

An alternative model has taken part in a competition.

A couple who met at a popular former dance hall are preparing to celebrate their golden wedding anniversary.

A Second World War veteran is appealing for information about his father who served in the First World War.

A new car will help carry vital blood donations around the region and beyond.

A senior Labour politician has called on his former colleague to resign his council seat to trigger a by-election.

A group of poppy sellers have thanked the public for their generosity this year.

An alleyway could be gated off 
to stop people using Great Yarmouth’s historic town wall 
as a toilet.

A former college leader has opened a student services centre named in his honour.

An alleyway could be gated off 
to stop people using Great Yarmouth’s historic town wall 
as a toilet.

A scheme to build 13 homes on an old factory site has been revived, just months after it was thrown out over flooding concerns.

The official countdown to Christmas starts in Gorleston with the annual lights switch-on.

A Great Yarmouth man was accused in court by his step son of swinging his baby brother by the ankles and cracking his head on a fireplace.

A Great Yarmouth man is accused of murdering his young stepson by swinging him round by the ankles and smashing his head into a fireplace, a court has heard.

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