Anthony Carroll

A Central England Co-op store manager is taking on a mammoth challenge to raise money for the NHS – by running 100km in 10 days.

Staff and players at Beccles Town are celebrating after the club won the Suffolk FA Groundsman of the Year competition for the second season running.

The assistant manager at a popular Suffolk pub is preparing to take on the London Marathon for a second time to raise funds for the Pear Tree Fund.

A new cancer-focussed GP post, provided through public fundraising, is set to improve services for patients in Great Yarmouth and Waveney.

Staff, drivers, trustees and volunteers at the Bungay-based Bact community transport organisation gathered together to celebrate the life of Geoff Banham, who had helped found the organisation and who died in 2016.

Great Yarmouth’s recently-restored historic Venetian Waterways have gone on to win two more awards only months after opening to the public.

Lifeboatmen in Caister had a ‘Bootiful’ Christmas after a decades-old tradition was honoured again.

The achievements of students at East Norfolk Sixth Form College have been celebrated at its annual awards evening.

Two reindeer were the star attraction at Christmas on the Mag, a community Christmas celebration held on Magdalen Square in Gorleston on Saturday, December 21.

For the second year running, St Mary Magdalene Church in Gorleston will be hosting Christmas on the Mag, an outdoor community celebration, on Magdalen Square today from 3pm-5pm.

An event that provides solace and free food and drink to those less fortunate than others on Christmas Day in Great Yarmouth has been given a boost from a chartered accountants and a local supermarket.

Street photography, film making, rap lyric writing, street dance and graffiti workshops

Two people have been seriously injured in an industrial incident at Great Yarmouth’s outer harbour.

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