At least three of the properties on The Marrams in Hemsby are expected to fall off the cliff-edge by tomorrow morning.
A grandfather has spoken of his despair at being forced to leave his Hemsby home, which has partially collapsed due to erosion.
A fundraising page has been created to raise money for homeowners in The Marrams and Hemsby Lifeboat.
Close to 4,000 people have put their name to a petition demanding government help for erosion-hit Hemsby.
The contents of a house in Hemsby have begun to slide down the dunes as severe coastal erosion takes its toll.
Newly shot drone footage has revealed the extent of the cliff erosion at Hemsby and shows homes perilously dangling over the cliff tops.
A wrecking team could move in and demolish the cliff-edge homes at Hemsby within a week.
Nature enthusiasts are being urged to get involved in a nationwide mammal survey.
A cheap, safe and effective method of dealing with harmful algal blooms is on the verge of being introduced following successful field and lab tests.
The high tide has come and gone at Hemsby without causing the imminent destruction of the erosion threatened homes on the Marrams.
East Anglia’s fishing industry has reacted with disappointment to the “catastrophic” news that the UK will continue to be affected by European Union fishing quotas until 2021.
The residents of the Marrams in Hemsby have a nervous wait ahead with high tides forecast for this evening.
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A family run-removal company has given up their free time to help move possessions from three homes threatened by erosion in Hemsby.
Residents in the Marrams in Hemsby have been clearing their homes as the bad weather continues to batter the dunes.
Emergency services and council officials have held a multi-agency conference in Hemsby following the erosion that has led to 11 homes being evacuated.
Nearly 30kg of plastic, fishing twine, and other rubbish from the sands and groynes, as well as a significant quantity of metal, was removed from a north Norfolk beach in a single day.
The lifeboat crew who have been at the heart of the response to the Hemsby homes erosion threat have thanked the businesses, shops and people who have donated them food.
A flood alert has been issued due to rising water levels in the Ouse Washes.
Around 260 residents and groups submitted responses on the River Wensum draft strategy consultation.
Fears have again been raised about animal safety at a Norfolk beach after a dog was left in a critical condition from eating palm oil which had washed ashore.
We all know Norfolk is the best place to live, but now it seems the experts think so too.
Diving, rolling, flipping and synchronizing head swivels to gaze at a delighted crowd, five new sea lions at Banham Zoo just know they’re the stars of the show.
A group of volunteer litter pickers were left “angry” and “disgusted” after finding a mountain of urine-filled bottles and bags containing human waste dumped in a lay-by.
Perilously close to the cliff edge this home in Hemsby could be one storm away from oblivion.
About 90kg of palm oil has been removed from a north Norfolk beach, but the situation will continue to be monitored.
Fisheries officiers are using military-grade sonar to fight illegal eel fishing.
A sinkhole which opened in a busy Norwich city centre road this week is the latest in a series of holes and collapses over the years in Norfolk – with the most famous being the “bus in a hole” in Earlham Road in 1988.
Plans to breathe new life into the River Wensum are nearing completion following a positive response to the draft strategy.
An otter has been spotted in Norwich.
A spring clean up along a doorstep green had to be cancelled because of last month’s bad weather.
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