Paintings created over the summer months have been exhibited in a gallery on the coast - by artists all under 11-years-old.

A classroom at a primary school has been closed for a deep clean after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.

A beach sometimes referred to as the region’s ‘best kept secret’ has been named one of the finest in the world.

Paul Gwyer died while doing something he loved.

A man whose body was found by police after they had forced their way into a flat died of carbon monoxide poisoning, an inquest opening has heard.

A self-employed hairdresser and mother-of-three has been living out her pop music dreams while on lockdown – by making a video with a musician living almost 5,000 miles away.

A lifeboat crew responded after concerns were raised for a person in the sea.

Parking on a high street has been restored after barriers placed on the road to allow room for social distancing were removed.

A circle of colourful teacups and a striped china chamberpot have been removed from a busy roundabout on the A47 - seemingly bringing an end to a crockery-bombing phenomenon that had lasted for weeks.

Shops on a normally bustling high street could be forced to close if pedestrians fail to follow a one-way system designed for social distancing, the chairman of a local traders association has said.

A working mother concerned about the impact of coronavirus on the timetable at her daughter’s school fears she is being forced to choose between her job and picking her child up after class.

Digital doctor’s appointments could be set to stay in Suffolk, after health chiefs outlined their intention to make sure transformations in the system remain post-coronavirus.

A man has been arrested for being drunk and disorderly after throwing a car tyre at a car.

As the nation unites in gratitude for our NHS, and celebrates the courage, skill and dedication of its staff, we dip into Norfolk hospital history

A man was verbally abusive towards two girls and behaved inappropriately on Gorleston beach.

A Gorleston man has said he was left “fuming” after KFC delivered uncooked chicken twice to his house in the same evening.

Firefighters tackled a blaze at a shed on a residential road in Gorleston.

A network provider planning to erect a new mobile phone mast in Gorleston has said residents could be left without coverage if the bid is refused.

A car was set on fire in Gorleston in a suspected arson attack.

A woman’s body found on a Suffolk beach earlier this week has been identified as that of a missing 23-year-old from Gorleston.

Businesses have had to acclimatise to a world turned upside down during coronavirus lockdown.

Police searches for missing Gorleston woman Chelsie Dack have been stood down after CCTV footage appeared to show the 23-year-old walking towards the sea.

A Norfolk woman fears people are putting their health at risk due to confusion over shielding amid coronavirus.

They say you can take the man out of Norfolk but you can’t take Norfolk out of the man.

February 14 is Valentine’s Day and the festival of love is the ideal excuse to find 14 reasons to love the Norfolk coast. From west to east:

An inquest into the death of a newborn baby could be delayed.

The inquest into the death of a three-year-old girl who died after being thrown from an inflatable trampoline will be held in front of a jury.

A fire broke out at a home in a coastal town.

A woman was taken to hospital after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest.

Motorists will face five weeks of diversions while maintenance work is carried out on the A47 and A143.

A care home has closed after a fifth successive “inadequate” rating from the independent body that sets and monitors standards.

A 13-year-old has been arrested after three cars were damaged and an emergency worker was assaulted.

Out on the windy moors, or more accurately Gorleston seafront, dozens of Kate Bush enthusiasts donned red dresses to unite with fans across the globe.

A Second World War engineer who had no known relatives was honoured at a funeral by members of the RAF association.

A Norfolk woman has won a prestigious award for theatre in London.

Police are appealing for help to trace a man from Great Yarmouth who is wanted for breaching a release licence.

A Norfolk Youth for Christ worker has taken up a new role in the Identity Youth Project in Gorleston.

A special proclamation to commemorate the end of the First World War and written by Newmarket Town Crier Brenda Willison is set to be performed across the world on Armistice Day.

Another Norwich open audition date for ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent has been announced.

The BBC’s soon-to-be-aired thriller Bodyguard is the latest in a long line of TV shows to be filmed in Norfolk. We take a look at 10 others, from reality shows to comedies, dramas to thrillers, to feature the county, including Swaffham-on-Sea.

The race will be on this week as four brand new Hares Rocks are placed around the county along the GoGoHares trail.

A pet’s love for the seaside has caused two Norfolk entrepreneurs to relocate their business.

Firefighters across Norfolk endured another busy night, with more fires breaking out amid tinderbox dry conditions.

An event to remember the life of Ava-May Littleboy on Gorleston beach has been modified.

Howards’ managing director for 24 years, Chris Mitchell, is retiring following the acquisition of the local estate agency by the Spicerhaart organisation. Property editor Caroline Culot spoke to him about his career.

GoGoHares galore will soon be leaping into Norwich and Norfolk for the Summer.

The new principal of Flegg High Ormiston Academy has been announced.

A mental health awareness event for young people that featured the father of missing Gorleston student Sophie Smith has been held in the town.

An East Anglian security company has sealed a contract to work with one of the world’s most prestigious universities.

Opinion All hail the Broadland Northway

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The newly-opened Broadland Northway is the road we’ve long deserved, says David Clayton.

The art of crafts is being celebrated during Makers’ Month at Norwich’s The Forum. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at 10 highlights from the festival.

From an elaborate enchanted wood full of knitted unicorns, trolls and fairies to a wonderful woollen sculpture of the Queen, an array of colourful craft creations are being put in the spotlight at The Forum in Norwich.

A national event to mark the end of the slaughterhouse that was World War One will see 100 town criers enlisted by its Gorleston-based organiser.

A mental health awareness event for young people in the Gorleston and Hopton area has been organised following the disappearance of student Sophie Smith.

A collapsed estate agent franchise had debts of more 
than half a million pounds 
when it went under, documents reveal.

A new £2.2m Wetherspoon pub will raise a glass to its namesake hero when it opens on Tuesday.

Police are urging people in Norfolk to remain vigilant after a cold caller pretending to be a police officer once again tried to con a vulnerable person to withdraw a large sum of money.

The collapse of the East Anglian franchise of an estate agency has led to the loss of 21 jobs, administrators have confirmed.

In recent years, cycling has become the country’s fastest-growing participation sport – but that popularity has attracted the big boys. Mark Shields reports on how one Future50 member has been evolving.

Dancing, twirling and plenty of poise was on display as judges were put in a spin at a popular regional contest.

Crowds turned out in force to see axe-wielding Norse warriors battle in the streets of Sheringham, as the fourth annual Scira Viking Festival got off to a spectacular start.

An East Anglian estate agency franchise has collapsed into insolvency with the immediate closure of eight branches.

Sheringham will be pulling out all the stops to celebrate its Norse heritage next weekend, when the fourth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off with exhibitions, workshops and pitched battles in the streets.

Bungay High School pupil Harvey Sayer has been called-up to the England Under-15 squad.

An animal enthusiast who rescues injured wildlife is appealing for online support after his van was damaged in a crash.

Final plans and preparations are coming together for Later with Jools Holland-inspired show The Room which returns to Gorleston on Saturday, February 3.

A grief-stricken pensioner has made a desperate plea for the return of his missing wallet which contained the only two photos of his two murdered sons.

Ongoing attempts to locate missing student Sophie Smith have drawn widespread praise as coastal communities keep up their search efforts.

A reward of £5,000 has been offered for information which leads to the safe return of missing Gorleston student Sophie Smith.

Festive fun for after Christmas in Norwich, Yarmouth, Cromer, Lowestoft, Hunstanton and Gorleston

All pregnant women will be automatically given information for the first time on a condition which kills dozens of babies every year.

Say hello to the borough of Great Yarmouth’s latest mascot - Vinny the Venture Velociraptor.

First snow comes and goes

Thursday, November 30, 2017

East Anglia has welcomed the first snowfall since last winter, but it is not expected to stick around.

Nearly 20 youths have been warned by police about their antisocial behaviour as they cycle around Gorleston in groups, it has been revealed.

For many in the theatre business, pantomime season represents a rollercoaster of exhilaration and exhaustion.

A Norfolk law firm has pledged its support for a campaign to help nine UK charities.

As the steel supports go up the size and shape of a much anticipated new pub is now clear to see.

My first parkrun experience came nearly two years ago.

A popular music event in Gorleston is set to return to whisk away post-Christmas blues.

A man has cycled 89 miles on a gruelling hill challenge to raise money for the Gorleston-based Sandra Champan Centre at the James Paget University Hospital.

A conman tried to trick a Norfolk woman out of cash by posing as a detective from Scotland Yard.

Cold callers are continuing to pose as police officers and prey on vulnerable elderly people, demanding they withdraw huge sums of cash.

A training provider has offered reassurance in case GCSE grades are not what you expected.

Officers are reminding Norfolk residents to be vigilant following another incident involving a cold caller claiming to be a police officer.

Paul Irving, who has built a company putting on hundreds of shows after launching his show business career at his home town theatre, is bringing his latest dance and music spectaculars to the region.

Norfolk residents are being warned to be vigilant of cold callers claiming to be police officers who need help with an investigation.

The opening of a highly anticipated new Wetherspoon’s pub has been delayed again.

She was once the pride of the White Star Line, and she met a tragic end at the bottom of the sea after a collision with an object its crew had not seen.

It was a train station that served the town of Gorleston for nearly 70 years as passengers and freight travelled between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.

Tributes have been paid to a community stalwart who played a key role in village life and helped hundreds of pupils reach their school safely.

Last week we told you about the monster 80ft oven built by Barnards of Norwich back in 1950 to bake bread for the people of Scotland and today I thought it good to bring a little sunshine into your lives.

Painting, textiles and photography will be used in a new exhibition planned for Norwich.

This eye-catching image shows how a £1.5m JD Wetherspoon pub that is named after a local lifesaving hero will look in Gorleston.

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon is set to open its new pub The William Adams in Gorleston on July 18.

Two children charities in Norwich and Gorleston are celebrating after sharing a £97,000 funding boost thanks to BBC Children in Need.

A pint-sized army of Dane warriors got decked out for battle, at a craft workshop held at Sheringham ahead of the town’s annual Scira Viking festival.

The mother of a seven-year-old girl whose life was saved by a defibrillator has said she is “devastated” after a life-saving machine she installed for the benefit of the community has been destroyed by vandals.

A weight loss coach has been recognised for her outstanding service to Weight Watchers members.

When the curtain came down on Aladdin it was the end of five good weeks strutting the stage at Gorleston Pavilion. The cast were lovely, very professional and a pleasure to work with.

As part of our support of the Voluntary Norfolk Make a Difference in 2017 campaign, the EDP is shining a light on voluntary groups and individuals. Reporter Sophie Wyllie spoke to a passionate Parkrun volunteer.

Residents in and around Great Yarmouth breathed a sigh of relief as a tidal surge - which threatened to be as bad as that of 2013 - was not as serious as expected.

A 58-year-old long term drug user was the second man to be found dead at The Faymar B&B in Great Yarmouth in two days following reports of a “bad batch of heroin”, an inquest has heard.

A 34-year-old man arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life after a flat fire in Lowestoft has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

A crash involving four vehicles is causing delays on the A47 in Norwich this morning.

Family fun, fireworks and Father Christmas attracted record numbers of people to a coastal town.

Plans to develop the old RAF Colishall site as a technology hub could spell an end to ambitions to create a world-class cycling facility.

People in and around Great Yarmouth can continue the tradition of filling shoeboxes full of presents for people in need this Christmas.

A foodbank has been so busy that it is having to ration what it gives out to people.

The team looking to transform the old RAF Coltishall base into a unique cycle venue have said the project will not happen this year because of “frustrating delays and snags”.

Seven people were rescued from an angling boat today after its skipper called the coastguard at 11.30am to report he was sinking and required assistance.

Bikers and motorcycle clubs are being urged to sign up for the Norfolk 300 – a biking adventure in a day in aid of charity.

While its not the most momentous issue the people of Great Yarmouth have been asked to vote on in recent weeks passions have been inflamed, cases made for their favourites and appeals launched to harness the support of like-minded folk on all sides.

A man was rescued this morning after he fell out of his mobility scooter and down the side of a cliff in Gorleston.

With just under a week to go until voting opens for the EU referendum, we spoke the people from Yarmouth who have since moved abroad to find out their views on the poll.

Before even the first pint is pulled at Gorleston’s new high street pub, there is the tricky business of deciding on a name.

A fearless feline has been hailed a life-saver after apparently launching a search and rescue mission for her missing pal and leading the exhausted moggy back home.

Major changes to the flow of traffic on Gorleston High Street are being put out to consultation, with businesses largely welcoming the move.

A woman with disabilities defied the odds to conquer a rowing challenge.

Coastguards in Gorleston were today called to investigate an unknown object in the water - only to find it was the wreckage of a ship that sank 100 years ago.

Plans for two high schools and two sixth forms to create a pioneering academy trust may proceed without one of the sixth forms.

A vet is asking former regulars of a well-known pub for their memories ahead of the building’s conversion into an animal hospital.

A brave man helped a mother and her son flee their home after a lightning bolt tore through it.

A Gorleston woman has dropped a whopping five dress sizes and lost five stones in weight – and put on a lot of confidence.

Whether they were carved by an idle fisherman or an expert engraver, a collection of hidden artwork has been exposed in the most unlikely of places.

Colourful depictions of healthy, happy, holiday fun lured thousands of trippers from London to Great Yarmouth and Gorleston.

Work is under way to create the first in a series of murals that are planned to decorate our fine city.

Hundreds of dead starfish and other marine creatures have washed up onto Gorleston beach.

Norfolk FA are investigating claims that Norwich United fielded an ineligible player in their Norfolk Senior Cup win over Gorleston.

Four of the county’s biggest non-league clubs will try to make the final step to a Carrow Road final tonight.

A man in his 40s has been released on police bail following an incident at a Gorleston property on Thursday.

An armed response unit and a bomb disposal van have been on scene at a Gorleston street following reports of a suspicious device in a property.

Norwich United will be hoping it’s business as usual when they welcome Godmanchester Rovers.

A dog walker has expressed concern after returning from the beach to find her pet was covered in oil.

A high school has admitted it got it wrong after photographs of students were put up in a busy corridor alongside progress charts that were meant to be inspirational.

Chairman Alan Gordon insists the row that caused manager Ricci Butler to temporarily quit Gorleston had nothing to do with football, writes Gavin Caney.

Skateboarders have got behind a campaign to open a community-run indoor skatepark, after the sudden closure of a popular venue.

Robbie Harris is desperate for Fakenham Town to hand him the perfect parting gift.

Dereham Town have secured one victory already today as they prepare to reignite their Ryman League North play-off push.

An off-duty firefighter honoured for his efforts in rescuing a man from a car accident has told of his pride in being named Fire Service Person of the Year at the EDP Stars of Norfolk and Waveney Awards.

Fakenham Town have the chance to steal a march on one of their main relegation rivals this afternoon.

A woman who may have died from a morphine overdose had to wait 12 days for a mental health assessment after concerns were raised, an inquest heard.

People trying to get through to the James Paget Hospital are being asked to ring a different number.

Damian Hilton has a New Year’s resolution which will terrify his managerial rivals – making Norwich United even better!

The bragging rights were shared as Gorleston and Kirkley & Pakefield played out a 1-1 draw.

Boss Gaven Tipple has got his Kirkley & Pakefield players in the mood for festive football by refusing to play Scrooge.

A mum whose breastfeeding fears were put at ease by a simple sign has started a campaign to make others like her feel more confident.

The brother of a murdered man believes any chance of closure has been lost as it emerged that police no longer had around 170 case exhibits.

An embryonic academy trust for Catholic schools has revealed its name - and said its formation could help avoid job losses and safeguard the future of some of its smallest members.

Two unbeaten records will be put on the line when the Premier Division champions visit one of their main title rivals.

It was an evening of smiles, laughter - and more than a few tears.

Peter Wright will be part of a bumper opening night when the 2016 PDC World Championship begins at Alexandra Palace.

King’s Lynn Town Reserves moved into the last eight of the Norfolk Senior Cup with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Downham Town at The Walks last night.

Downham Town head to King’s Lynn as they begin the search for their fourth manager in two years, writes Gavin Caney.

Patients in Norfolk are being urged to think about whether they need an ambulance this winter after more handover delays at one of the region’s biggest hospitals.

A new cycle racing circuit is to be opened at the former RAF Coltishall site, under an ambitious scheme announced today.

Gorleston boss Ricci Butler admits to having doubts his side can make it all the way to Wembley in the FA Vase – but would love to be proved wrong.

People whose homes were hit by flooding are set for a helping hand, thanks to a £60,000 fund which will help protect their properties.

Rampant Matt Blake went nap as he closed in on a stunning century of Norwich United goals.

Norwich United, Kirkley & Pakefield and Gorleston have all been drawn at home in the next round of the FA Vase.

Amazing young people who have achieved incredible things have been celebrated at a special awards ceremony.

A cyclist suffered serious head injuries following a collision with a car in Gorleston.

Catholic schools in our area are set to press ahead with plans to band together in a multi-academy trust – which could pave the way for new satellite schools or sixth forms.

King’s Lynn Town will try to pick themselves up from their FA Cup heartbreak at Barton Rovers this evening.

Striker Christy Finch has signed a contract with Ryman League Premier Division Leiston.

Champions Norwich United recorded their biggest win of the season to extend their lead at the top of the Premier Division.

Gorleston boss Ricci Butler believes the pressures of modern life is making it even harder to manage a non-league side.

Jessica-Jane Applegate’s sensational year has seen her honoured at the 2015 British Swimming Awards.

Great Yarmouth Town will have to do it the hard way again if they want to prolong their dreams of reaching Wembley.

People in Great Yarmouth can keep up the good work and carry on filling shoeboxes thanks to another charity that has stepped in to fill the breach.

A wonder strike from Tom Daniels sparked wild scenes as Great Yarmouth Town avoided an FA Vase replay by the skin of their teeth.

Hundreds of people have voiced their opinions into proposals to merge three general practices in Gorleston and Bradwell under one roof.

Diss Town’s history is steeped in FA Vase tradition – but that will matter not a jot to the side they take on this afternoon.

Police are appealing for witnesses after two vehicles were targeted in Catalpa Way in Gorleston.

Police are investigating after a man exposed himself to two young girls in Gorleston.

East of England Ambulance Service has offered to meet with the headteacher of a primary school, after a ten-year-old girl unable to move her neck or arms was left lying in a primary school playground for an hour and half while staff waited for an ambulance to arrive.

A major hospital is operating with a budget deficit for the first time in its history.

Gorleston will look to bounce back from their weekend humbling when they host Walsham-le-Willows.

Rock-bottom Premier Division outfit Fakenham Town will continue their hunt for a first league win of the season under a new manager.

A new venture to help young children take their first steps to becoming football stars is already proving to be a big hit in Lowestoft thanks to the desire and dedication of one keen coach.

Kirkley & Pakefield will join King’s Lynn Town and Lowestoft Town in today’s FA Cup draw after matching their best ever run in the competition.

A 12-year-old schoolgirl has been told she cannot join classmates in lessons until she paints the soles of her shoes black.

Two videos appearing to show hydrochloric acid leaking from a tanker into the river at Great Yarmouth have circulated on social media, causing concern for local residents.

A lifeboat saved a wooden sailing boat from hitting rocks after it got into trouble off the coast of Great Yarmouth.

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon is hoping to build a new pub and restaurant in Gorleston, having snapped up a prime High Street site.

Six friends who are raising money for two charities close to their hearts by taking on a cycling challenge have been out in the community raising funds.

A host of the area’s semi-professional clubs will continue their preparations for the forthcoming season this afternoon.

Emergency teams were called to Gorleston’s South Pier this afternoon following concerns for the safety of a man.

Well-known Norfolk artist Bruer Tidman has won this year’s Holt Festival art prize.

A primary school has raised enough money to purchase easy-to-use lifesaving equipment, giving those who could suffer a cardiac arrest the best chance at survival.

Gorleston boss Ricci Butler will be pinching himself this afternoon when he shares the same touchline as Alex Neil.

Perched 26 foot high and armed with binoculars, radios and a keen eye, Hugh Edgell and Richard Gooding have been keeping seaside visitors safe for decades.

Dozens of high-flying graduates will be sent to train as teachers in some of our poorest communities in an effort to break the link between family income and a child’s performance at school.

A 52-year-old woman drowned off the coast of Gorleston after leaving items on the town’s pier, an inquest has heard

Ofsted has published a draft report for a Norfolk school on its website, despite having written the phrase “not for disclosure or publication” across each of its 10 pages.

It was the historic moment when Norfolk’s famous son returned to a hero’s welcome after several years abroad fighting.

A campaign has been launched to build an end-of-life hospice in the grounds of the James Paget University Hospital at Gorleston.

A determined Caister dad is lacing up his trainers as he prepares for a mammoth charity mission in aid of a group close to his heart.

He became famous as the Lowry of the East, committing to canvas many times the scenic sandy sweep at Gorleston dotted with funseekers.

Norwich is to be featured in an upcoming BBC documentary series recounting the history of German bombs being dropped on British soil.

A community leader has urged residents to make their voices heard and shout out for their GP services as health bosses outline plans to amalgamate and move them.

At first glance it may look like an ordinary hanging basket, albeit in an unusually high position.

A medical team has told of the devastation they worked amongst in earthquake struck Nepal - and have made an emotional call for the disaster not to be forgotten about.

A man suffered cuts and bleeding after being hit on the head by a robber who stole his mobile phone and wallet - but managed to get the items back after he chased the offender.

The owner of a Norfolk care home that was visited seven times in a year has hailed the hard work of the manager and staff in addressing issues flagged up by inspectors.

A brave Great Yarmouth schoolgirl had her long locks chopped off for charity in front of a huge crowd after being inspired to help young cancer sufferers.

A highly respected Norfolk GP has added his voice to a chorus of concern about the state of the NHS saying patients’ lives are being put at risk by “extreme wastage.”

When a Gorleston woman died she bequeathed a varied and fascinating range of curiosities to a university, and now students are appealing for more information about her.

The problem of holiday parks putting pressure on local sewerage networks is being tackled with an information and sticker campaign.

New Gorleston boss Ricci Butler insists he is fulfilling a lifelong ambition by climbing into the Emerald Park hotseat.

Boss Ricci Butler has been rewarded with an excellent first season in management by filling the short-lived vacancy at higher-level Gorleston.

A military veteran will lead a service to mark the 70th anniversary of VE Day in Great Yarmouth.

A 22-year-old man had to be rescued in Great Yarmouth after a “prank” went wrong when his rubber dinghy was swept out into sea.

The grieving parents and girlfriend of a “funny, athletic, creative and very talented” freestyle snowboarder who died when his car crashed into a bridge have paid emotional tributes to him.

A Gorleston restaurant has snapped up a neighbouring three-storey house so it can expand helping to boost the “trendy vibe” of the area.

A multi-million pound building project at Gorleston’s James Paget Hospital is back on track after it was knocked off course by a lightning strike.

The former head of chemistry at a Gorleston college has been banned from the country’s classrooms for life for embarking on a sexually motivated relationship with a vulnerable girl pupil.

The tide of illicit cigarettes and tobacco that is flooding Great Yarmouth’s streets was uncovered in a sting operation.

A man was hit in the face with a glass and assaulted with a pool ball after getting into a fight in a Gorleston pub.

A chain of beacons is to be lit across the region next month, as part of commemorations for the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day.

Sailing club member Peter Johnson died yesterday after going into cardiac arrest on Gorleston beach.

Swaffham Town and Long Melford are celebrating after gaining promotion to the Premier Division.

A 25ft yacht was rescued by RNLI Great Yarmouth and Gorleston’s all weather lifeboat after getting into trouble off Bacton.

A BMW driver shouted abuse and ran a cyclist off the road in Gorleston.

A rallying call has gone out to Gorleston residents to speak up for their doctors surgeries amid proposals to move them out of town.

Residents are being urged not to leave their doors unlocked after a spate of break-ins on the east coast.

Fundraising for an independent hospice for Great Yarmouth and Waveney is going so well that plans are ahead of schedule.

Dog owners are being asked to dial 999 and ask for the coastguard if their pets get into trouble in water.

A woman who was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband texted her daughter less than an hour before she died saying she did not know “what he was capable of”, a court has heard.

Flowers from the petrol station are normally in order when you forget a birthday or anniversary.

One of the few hospital trusts predicting a surplus this year has revealed it is potentially facing a massive deficit for 2015/16.

History lovers gathered to remember a pioneering chapter of Gorleston’s history when a plaque was unveiled to commemorate the town’s tram service.

The inquest into the death of a mental health patient who was “profoundly dehydrated” when she died in a Norfolk hospital has found there was no neglect from medical staff.

A Norfolk teenager said a ‘second life’ on YouTube has helped him overcome bullying and social anxiety.

A great grandfather who died after hospital staff decided without consultation that he should not be resuscitated was not neglected because medics were “following guidelines”, a coroner has concluded.

Relegation-threatened Diss Town showed they are not going to go down without a fight by recording a fine 1-0 win at Whitton United.

A boy is in a stable condition after suffering a serious head injury following a collision in which he was knocked off his bike.

Structural scaffolding will be put up around a house in Gorleston that was ripped apart in an explosion to allow for parts of it to be demolished.

A 10 year old boy cyclist suffered a serious head injury in a road accident in Gorleston at the weekend - now police are appealing for witnesses.

The Commonwealth flag is fluttering from buildings across Norfolk today to celebrate Commonwealth Day. But is it relevant?

Three areas of Gorleston can now truly live up to their names after new trees were planted in green spaces surrounding homes.

A Gorleston man who travelled 10,000 miles across America in aid of East Coast Hospice has donated more than £4,000 to the cause.

A growing Gorleston primary school has converted to academy status with a special ceremony to celebrate the change and unveil its new sign.

Investigations are continuing today into an explosion that ripped apart a house in Gorleston.

A house was severely damaged and in danger of collapse after a huge explosion tore off an entire wall – and left two people with burns.

The RNLI lifeboat from Great Yarmouth and Gorleston was called to reports of a man in a dangerous position at the end of South Pier.

Emergency services are on the scene of what is believed to be a gas explosion in Gorleston.

A Norfolk GP practice has been put into special measures after being branded inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

A man in a white van exposed himself to a woman as she walked along the High Street in Gorleston.

Paying a nostalgic visit to her school days will be extra poignant for a Hopton grandmother.

Tributes have been paid to a much-loved former teacher described as having a “magical gift” with children who has died at the age of 66.

Lord and Lady of the dance Fred and Margaret Griffin are set to celebrate 60 years of marriage and tripping the light fantastic together.

Bed blocking is causing further delays at a Norfolk hospital that is already struggling with Accident and Emergency admissions.

From a young age Rod Wells has given up his free time to help others.

Police have renewed an appeal to friends and family of an elderly woman found dead at her home in Gorleston to come forward.

Old folk living close to Gorleston’s Cliff Hotel are holding their hands up against plans to transform its original entrance and add a rooftop bar.

Police are investigating three arsons in Gorleston overnight.

A woman who was found dead at her home in Gorleston has been named as police try to trace her family.

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