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There is a lot of empty retail space to fill in Great Yarmouth’s former Debenhams store which closed in January.

The entire staff of a sports shop are self isolating after multiple workers tested positive for coronavirus.

Lady Clare Agnew’s deep connection to the community stems from a belief that what happens at all levels of society matters to us all.

A teenager is having to manage a bulging order book after her crocheted figures created a buzz with celebrities in the US.

A hotel owner set up hidden CCTV to catch a thief after discovering that money was going missing.

A former Norfolk election candidate will go on trial in November to face charges relating to a hustings incident.

A man has revealed his impressive lockdown transformation to family and friends who had not seen a single snap of him during his weight loss journey.

Plans for a new estate of homes opposite a medical centre have been submitted.

A family of six was airlifted to safety after their holiday cruiser ran aground on Norfolk mudflats.

Proposals to remodel a former school into six flats have been lodged with planners.

A woman remembered by school friends as “smiling and friendly” took her own life after being bullied on Facebook, an inquest has heard.

An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of a motorcyclist who died on a narrow Norfolk lane while a lorry was reversing.

The new owners of a derelict holiday camp have revealed their plans for hundreds of homes and holiday lets they say will bring the site back to life and boost the economy.

A man was airlifted to hospital after an incident involving holidaymakers on a hire boat on the River Bure.

A large wash-up of seaweed has created a red tide along some of Norfolk’s most popular holiday beaches.

A woman who was found dead in her flat alongside her partner died of carbon dioxide poisoning, an inquest opening has heard.

A charity has received the largest private donation in its history – a cheque for a “staggering” £40,000.

People are being given the chance to help reboot mental health during lockdown with a fundraiser boot camp.

College students say it is unfair to blame young people for an increase in corovavirus cases particularly as they are the ones working hard to enforce regulations in tourist shops and cafes.

Plans for a McDonalds restaurant and drive-thru on a supermarket car park have been approved.

A theme park is pulling out all the stops for Halloween with costumed actors and spooky projections adding an extra fear factor.

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