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Visitors to Great Yarmouth's Waterways will see a return of one of its most iconic features when it reopens later on this year.

Hospitality workers are being urged to be able to spot someone who may be a victim of modern slavery.

A nursery school set up by a former Norwich High School pupil has been left reeling after it felt the force of a cyclone which caused devastation across parts of Africa.

Nine months after a town's seafront attraction was closed for major refurbishment, its grounds are set to reopen to the public as it hosts its first event.

In the wake of its most successful season ever a community-run pool has received a £150,000 grant to fund vital refurbishments.

The kindness of Lowestoft's "first Indian doctor" has been remembered after the experienced GP passed away aged 82.

Adding £1 to your restaurant meal bill could help homeless people into accommodation and to live independently.

Community leaders have paid further tributes to a former council chief executive, who will be sadly missed.

People are being invited to set sail down the River Wensum, in Fakenham, at a summer raft race with a difference.

An exercise class used by people suffering with Parkinson's Disease is searching for new funding.

Time to get your race diary filled up with our running calendar featuring races across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.

Swaffham Rotary Club is appealing to photography fans to help celebrate its 50th anniversary, by entering a competition aimed at capturing the life of the town on camera.

A Norfolk town is set to introduce "vandal proof" toilets after councillors agreed to back plans to renovate a derelict building.

When Swaffham Rotary Club was founded by a group of like-minded local people in 1969, it had just a handful of members, with local bank manager Ken Reeve appointed president.

A Christmas visit from Santa Claus has raised almost £600.

An anti-slavery activist from Norfolk came face-to-face with a gang of Indian pimps during a charity visit to one of the world's most exploited cities.

More than 200 swimmers took the plunge for a freezing dip into the sea on Christmas morning.

Young farmers have teamed up with the Rotary Club of Diss and District to put up a sparkling Christmas tree on the Mere.

Hundreds of swimmers are set to take the plunge as popular festive traditions return next week.

A Christmas dinner and party for pensioners that has become a festive tradition for 43 consecutive years has again been hosted by Harleston Junior Club.

Beyond the Christmas tree, decorations and pudding, do you have any special customs unique to your family? Here's a look at some weird and wonderful festive traditions.

Organisers of a Norfolk Christmas lights festival have hailed the event an all-round success, in spite of an incident that saw Santa thrown from his sleigh when the two horses pulling it bolted.

Is this a case of elf and safety gone mad?

Great Yarmouth Haven Rotary Club's Alan Spinks and Alan Carman have recorded a notable regional win.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital charity will be represented at St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich this Christmas as part of a glittering Christmas tree festival.

A new campaign backed by Rotary Clubs in Lowestoft is set to add a spot of colour to the town.

Scores of people will take the plunge as a popular festive tradition returns.

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