A beach music festival due to be held in Great Yarmouth in June has been cancelled
The world’s last remaining herring drifter has sailed under her own steam once again from Lowestoft to Great Yarmouth.
Today marks the end of an era for the coastguard in Great Yarmouth.
Great Yarmouth is hoping to join the likes of Chelmsford, Norwich, Thetford Forest and Henham Park as a regular in the diary of music lovers across the East.
The town is the latest to launch a summer festival, with 50,000 people expected to transform the front for 'Kiss Beach' at the end of June for the two day event.
With the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Tinie Tempah already signed up, Great Yarmouth Borough Council say they are confident the event will bring in some much needed revenue to the local economy. General ticket sales start on Friday.
In a warehouse in Great Yarmouth more than three centuries of beer-making history are quietly being revived.
Almost 45 years ago Lacons, one of Norfolk's biggest breweries, was shut down but now it's making beer once more.
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Forty five years after the closure of Lacons Brewery in Great Yarmouth the famous name is to return with a new range of craft ales.
With a rich brewing history dating back to 1760 the Lacons ales will return with new brews created with the original Lacons yeast strains that have been held at the Norwich based National Collection of Yeast Cultures for nearly half a century.
The modern range of ales that will be launched in late May at both the City of Ale Festival in Norwich and the Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider Festival.
Greater Anglia are reporting that there is flooding on the line between Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
Engineers are on site and there will be no service on that line until the area has been asessed.
The Royal Navy has apologised after hundreds of visitors were turned away from an open day aboard a warship that docked in Great Yarmouth for the weekend.
The volume of people wanting to look around NHS Dauntless was so high people had to be turned away, while others queued for four hours before getting on.
A Navy spokeswoman said they will consider ticketing any future visits. The ship left the outer harbour this morning.
The crew of a Navy warship moored in a Norfolk port paraded through the streets today. People lined the streets of Great Yarmouth to watch the crew of HMS Dauntless and even more tried to see the ship itself as Kate Prout reports.