As a young child she used to bob about on the back of her father’s motorbike while he painted postboxes in the Yorkshire Dales.

Police have closed a section of road along North Drive in Yarmouth.

Meet Charlie, Alfie and Harry..

A road closure is causing traffic problems at a rail crossing in Oulton Broad.

Great Yarmouth’s status as one of six “circus cities” is at the centre of this year’s arts festival offer.

The father of missing student Sophie Smith will speak at a mental health awareness event organised for young people in Gorleston and Hopton.

Access to a popular stretch of beach could be closed at the end of the summer unless funding is found to replace the steps.

A frustrated commuter who took a train firm to court after claiming he experienced almost 200 delayed journeys in a year has been paid compensation.

By some miracle of preparation a seaside village hall transforms itself into an established looking cafe with vases of flowers and tinkling tea cups every Friday.

Poppet the house hen rushes to greet her owner and makes a few appreciative clucking sounds when she bags a spot on her favourite chair.

First light saw wrecking machines return to Hemsby to tear down another cliff-top home this morning.

People are being given the chance to have a proper look at controversial plans for an access road in Gorleston.

The dream of an end-of-life hospice in the grounds of Gorleston’s James Paget Hospital was thrown into doubt this week after health care commissioners said they wouldn’t fund the beds.

The debate about a controversial road plan continued today with residents telling planning officials they had more to lose than previous objectors around the corner.

Cheerful chatter will rise from the sands at Winterton on Saturday when an army of litter pickers stages a clean-up.

Mental health staff are staging a sleep-out at Northgate Hospital to raise awareness of homelessness.

Redundant tree guards that were meant to herald a leafy quayside could be pressed into action on a village green.

Another home along the vulnerable clifftop stretch at Hemsby will be demolished at the weekend.

Thousands of seals are lolling on Horsey beach for the annual molt, spending as little time in the cold North Sea as possible.

One of the main routes to seaside tourism hubs has been described as having “Third World” levels of litter giving a poor first impression to visitors.

A bid to run a road across a recreation ground has triggered anger and disbelief in Gorleston.

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