March 11 2014 Latest news:
A squad of soldiers dug deep to help a community building project after answering a desperate plea for assistance from a neighbour in need.
Aviva has revealed a £132m hit to profits sparked by the alleged trading breaches of two former employees.
Engineers are investigating the trigger for reoccurring flooding that is causing heartache for a string of residents in Great Yarmouth.
An initiative to bring walking tourists to Norfolk and a Lowestoft river taxi are among schemes which have attracted almost £1m from a government fund to boost seaside jobs.
The effects of December’s tidal surge still live on in Lowestoft as businesses and residents continue to count the cost of the devastating floods.
Norfolk and Suffolk flood defences dating back to the Eden and Macmillan governments are in need of urgent repair, upgrade and replacement as flooding along the East coast looks set to get worse in the coming years, a Suffolk MP has warned.
The Norfolk firefighters who came to the rescue of flood victims across the country have been praised by another service’s top brass.
Repair and refurbishment work is to take place this week at a town centre Lowestoft pub which was battered by December’s tidal surge.
It is hard to imagine a bigger contrast as people of all ages gathered at a riverside pub on the Norfolk/Suffolk border this weekend to enjoy good music, fine food and ales and, above all, plenty of excellent company.
Pub regulars and visitors will be delighted to learn that popular riverside pub, the Locks Inn at Geldeston, is now open for business.