Letters that were stitched into embroidery by a woman who lived in a Norfolk asylum more than a century ago have gone on show.
A man from Great Yarmouth has been jailed for 12 years after being convicted of multiple sexual assaults, including against a child.
Detectives in Great Yarmouth, investigating a murder 29-years-ago say they want to talk to a woman who rang them at the time.
Officers have made a third arrest over the murder of Great Yarmouth man Paulius Jakovlevas.
A 38-year-old man was arrested today on suspicion of murder and is currently in Wymondham Police Investigation Centre awaiting questioning.
It follows yesterday's development when Kestutis Sloiogeris, from Peterborough, was charged with murder after being arrested on Tuesday.
He appeared before Norwich magistrates this morning.
A 40-year-old woman from the Peterborough area who was arrested yesterday in connection with the incident also remains in custody.
Officers investigating the killing of a 38-year-old man in Great Yarmouth have this evening charged a man with murder.
Paulius Jakovlevas had been living in the town since August this year. His body was found on Monday morning. Post mortem examinations showed he had died from severe head injuries.
Kestutis Sloiogeris, 39, of Cromwell Road in Peterborough, was charged with murder after being arrested on Tuesday. He will appear before Norwich magistrates tomorrow morning.
A 40-year-old woman, from the Peterborough area, who was arrested this morning in connection with the incident is due to be questioned by police in Norfolk.
A woman has been arrested in connection with the murder of a 38-year-old man in Great Yarmouth.
The victim, who has been identified as Paulius Jakovelvas, had been living in the town since August.
Post-mortem examinations show that Mr Jakovelvas is believed to have died from severe head injuries.
A 40-year-old woman from the Peterborough area was arrested late this morning and will be transferred to Norfolk for questioning.
A man in his late 30's, also from the Peterborough area, remains in police custody after being arrested on suspicion of murder on Tuesday.
Police investigating a murder in Great Yarmouth have made another appeal to trace a woman.
The body of Paulius Jakovelvas, who was 38, was found at flats in Wellesley Road. It's believed he died from severe head injuries.
Police want to trace Anjelika Bakanovaite, who's 40, and may be in Peterborough.
She was seen leaving the area on Monday. A man in his late 30s is already being held on suspicion of murder.
Police are now treating as murder the death of a man whose body was found in the early hours of yesterday morning in Great Yarmouth.
The man was found by a local resident in a stairwell of a property in Wellesley Road at around 7:30am.
The man has been identified as 38 years old, a foreign national, who had recently arrived in the town.
A post mortem examination is underway and his identity is unlikely to be confirmed before tomorrow at the earliest. Family liaison officers are currently supporting the family.
This morning, as a result of police enquiries, a man in his late 30s from the Peterborough area was arrested on suspicion of murder. He is currently in Wymondham Police Investigation Centre awaiting questioning.
In just over two years time, work is expected to start on the biggest offshore wind farm in the world.
When completed there'll be more than 1300 turbines as part of the East Anglian Array off the Norfolk and Suffolk coast.
Today Great Yarmouth launched an ambitious project designed to put the town at the centre of the country's future energy needs.
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Great Yarmouth Borough Council is reassuring the public after a sudden increase in reports of false widow spiders in the town this week.
*The environmental health department has received three separate calls from concerned members of the public. *
Council officers say that despite having a name similar to the infamous black window, the false widow is not deadly, but can administer a nasty bite like many other spiders.**
The spider has been in England for about 200 years. **
Jeremy Marsh, a senior environmental health officer, said: "The key message to the public is don't panic. It is not a deadly invasion. The spider has been in England for two hundred years and never killed anyone."
"They can bite and produce venom that could leave a slight swelling and tingling sensation, but usually the bite is no worse that a bee or wasp sting.**
"However, medical advice should be sought in the event of an allergic response or you are already compromised by health issues.**
A memorial to a 19th century bridge collapse which killed 79 people in Great Yarmouth was unveiled at the weekend.
The disaster took place over the River Bure in 1845 when thousands turned out on the bridge to watch a clown being towed down the river by geese.
Local campaigner Julie Staff raised cash for the tribute.
A cat from Norfolk has used up at least one of its lives sailing the high seas.
Poppy was found on board a boat bound for the North Sea oil rigs after going missing from home more than two months ago.
She was returned to owner, Janet Holland, once the crew had docked back in Yarmouth.
The Regional Manager of Gleadell Agriculture says that investment within Great Yarmouth port has opened up a range of new markets.
The largest cargo vessel ever loaded from an East Anglian port has moored in the town's Outer Harbour and will export nearly 30,000 tonnes of local feed barley to Libya.
It's estimated that it will take at least 1,000 truck loads of grain to fill the hold.
Trevor Gates believes that further large-scale operations could take place in the future.