A family of three left with a botched extension told of their relief that the builder who harassed them is behind bars awaiting sentencing.
Frustrated homeowners living near a former care home which was gutted by fire have described the blaze as “an accident waiting to happen.”
A Norfolk MP is self-isolating after coming into contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus.
A tradesman who left his customer with a botched extension retaliated when she named and shamed him by threatening to “smash her whole house down”.
A woman was repeatedly punched in the face during an assault in Great Yarmouth.
A pub’s front entrance has been left destroyed after a car crashed into it, before hitting a pedestrian.
A car had to be recovered from the beach in Great Yarmouth after smashing through the hoardings surrounding the now-demolished Marina Centre.
Independent businesses on a seaside high street have issued a clear message to the community as winter approaches - “use us or lose us”.
Protestors took to the steps of their Conservative MP’s constituency office in a demonstration against the government’s “heartlessness” over the free school meal saga.
Members of a holiday park’s entertainment team are in isolation after staff tested positive for coronavirus.
House keys were among the items stolen by burglars in a spate of break-ins in a Norfolk town.
“We always knew there’d be peaks and troughs, but we can and will get this virus under control.”
A new Jamaican restaurant will be spicing up a coastal town in the new year as the owners of a market-stall favourite seek to expand their business.
A man whose car was seized by police was also found to be in breach of coronavirus quarantine rules after failing to self-isolate when told to.
A couple abandoned their Norfolk seaside holiday after finding crisps in their bed and being told the hotel lift had been struck by lightning.
A coastal theatre will be opening for an unexpected Christmas season after a government grant offered a last-minute “lifeline”.
A security guard who helped save a man’s life has been named an indstry hero for “going the extra mile for his community”.
Police carried out patrols on coastal buses to make sure passengers were wearing face masks.
A couple whose dogs barked hundreds of times an hour will only be allowed to keep four of their whippets at a time - and must not breed puppies at home.
A developer’s bid to build 40 new homes in a “flood-risk area” has been rejected by the government’s planning inspectorate.
As coronavirus restrictions continue to “make life difficult” for pubs and bars - landlords along one coastal high street are pulling together to make the best of a bad situation,
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