A large quantity of old car parts have been dumped in a field in Norfolk.Read the full story ›
Norfolk theatre boss Peter Jay has paid tribute to entertainer Cilla Black, who performed in Great Yarmouth in the 1980sRead the full story ›
An angry shopkeeper who poured water over a street entertainer's stereo has made amends by giving him a replacement.Read the full story ›
Police in Norfolk are investigating an incident where water was poured over a stereo being used by the street entertainer known as "Puppet Man".
He was performing in Great Yarmouth when the incident was captured on camera and circulated via social media sparking outrage.
The "Puppet Man", whose real name is David Perry, has been entertaining shoppers in Norwich and Great Yarmouth for many years.
Police are appealing for witness to contact them.
We've recieved reports on social media of Criminal Damage to the Puppet man's stereo. If you've any info or witnessed it please contact us
It's 25 years since the region's first Sealife Centres opened and the man who cut the ribbon back then has returned to mark the occasion.Read the full story ›
Racing at Great Yarmouth has been delayed until 30 August following the work to the course's surface.
The developers for the course, which has been closed since September 2014, released a statement in June that they were hopeful of reopening on 23 July.
But in conjunction with parties including the British Horseracing Authority, they have decided to leave the renovated track for another month.
That means there will be six 2015 fixtures at Great Yarmouth.
There's been new moves to try and help the struggling oil and gas industry on the East coast.
Great Yarmouth has been badly hit by the dramatic fall in oil prices. Workers have been laid off and one local firm went into administration last week, with the loss of hundreds of jobs.
Now, a working party's being set up to try and help firms who're struggling.
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A man has been charged in connection with a bomb threat made towards a Tesco supermarket in Great Yarmouth in March.
Stewart Nightingale (42) of North Quay in the town has been charged with one count of blackmail and one count of making a bomb hoax by placing an article with intent following the incident on Friday 6 March.
Nightingale has been bailed to appear at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court on 19 August 2015.
A campaign has been launched to create a fitting finale for a wonderful lady of the sea.
The 'Lydia Eva' is the last surviving steam herring drifter in the world and is currently anchored to the quay in Great Yarmouth.
An appeal has been started to repair her so she can be back to sea next year. Among those working on her is the great great grandson of the first ever skipper.
The Lydia Eva was built in 1930 in King's Lynn but fished out of Yarmouth. At that time there were scores of boats in and out of Lowestoft and Yarmouth where the herring industry was vital to the local economy.
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A 60-year-old man from Great Yarmouth has been sentenced to over three years in prison after being convicted of a string of sexual offences against young girls.
Geoffrey Bensley, of St Georges Road, was sentenced for touching and photographing young girls.
The assaults are believed to have taken place a at methodist church where Bensley worked as a volunteer and at residential locations in the Norfolk area and in Eastern Europe.
"Bensley abused his position of trust by pretending to become friends with his victims when really he was trying to get them into a situation where he could be alone with them.
This result should go some way to reassure victims that we will always investigate any allegations of sexual abuse thoroughly and as a consequence bring offenders to justice."