Emilia Marcou outside court. Central News.

A woman from Great Yarmouth is facing a jail term for posting revenge porn on an EastEnders actor’s Facebook page.

Northern Ireland's Conor Washington (left) celebrates with team-mate Kyle Lafferty (centre) after scoring his side's second goal during the International Friendly at Windsor Park, Belfast. Picture: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Newly-wed Kyle Lafferty has credited his wife Vanessa for her role in helping transform him into Northern Ireland’s talismanic striker.

(Left to right) Barnsley's Lloyd Isgrove, caretaker manager Paul Heckingbottom and Marc Roberts celebrate with the trophy after winning the Sky Bet League One Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium, London. Photo: Nigel French/PA Wire.

Adam Hammill is hoping interim boss Paul Heckingbottom is rewarded with a full-time contract after leading Barnsley to a second Wembley win of the season.

Nathan Redmond has played a key part as England U21s won the Toulon tournament. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

Nathan Redmond helped England Under-21s to Toulon Tournament glory last night as they beat hosts France 2-1 in Avignon.

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MD of Eastern Attachments in Attleborough, Philip Leslie, outside the head office. The company is moving to larger purpose built premises next year.

A family-owned business which makes parts for diggers and earth movers is planning a major expansion worth up to £30m over the next 10 years.

New 4G mobile services are due to go live in Cromer. Photo credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

New fourth generation (4G) mobile services are being switched on in Cromer, providing faster access to internet on smartphones and tablets.

Britons continued to enjoy eating out during April, according to a new survey, despite reports of growing concern over the strength of the UK economy and the potential impact of a vote to leave the EU in next month’s referendum.

Pensioners could lose “dramatic sums of money” if Britain remains in the EU, Iain Duncan Smith claimed as he dismissed Government assurances it had seen off the threat of potentially damaging Brussels regulations.

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