Two flood warnings remain in place across Norfolk and Suffolk ahead of the next round of high tides.
Communities on the Norfolk and Suffolk coast are today bracing themselves for potential flooding caused by 50mph winds and high tides.
Flood alerts requiring immediate action have been issued for parts of the Norfolk and Suffolk coastline, prompted by 50mph winds and high spring tides.
One in every five recycling trucks in Norfolk is contaminated as people are putting the “wrong things” in their bins, councils have warned.
Sky-high fares, an unreliable service, and cheaper alternative transport options are all being blamed for a significant drop in rail passengers in Great Yarmouth over the last five years.
People who have used mechanical diggers to take “significant” amounts of sand and relocate sea defence blocks on Hemsby beach have been ordered to stop.
Thousands more Norfolk drivers have been hit with parking tickets in the last year, it can be revealed.
Beach goers in our region have been reminded it is illegal to take pebbles away after a man was threatened with legal action for taking some.
Councils have moved to allay concerns of a public toilet shortage amid reports the majority of Norfolk and Waveney has seen a reduction in the number of major council-maintained public toilets since 2010.
A public consultation has opened into an application to build one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms off the north Norfolk coast.
A close-to 200-mile day trip involving a small army of mayors and chairmen to help promote Norfolk Day, arrived in Cromer yesterday afternoon.
Councillors in Norfolk who are also Freemasons may soon have to declare this as an interest.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
Our coast is disappearing faster than feared. What is being done to stop it?
RNLI lifeguards will be starting their peak season patrols on beaches in Norfolk and Suffolk from tomorrow with extra lifeguards in place to keep a watchful eye as the hot weather continues.*
A fast food league table for the east of England shows Great Yarmouth has the most outlets per head of population in the region.
Two clouded leopards, ring-tailed lemurs and even a zebra. These are just some of the exotic animals being kept privately across Norfolk.
The new leader of Norfolk County Council has been elected today.
They are a series of comical sketches drawn by a Norfolk-based pilot while he was imprisoned in a German PoW camp.
People living in Great Yarmouth are the least active in England, with more than a third failing to manage 30 minutes of exercise a week, new figures reveal.
People will have to wait a bit longer for their bins to be emptied, with collections across most of Norfolk once again cancelled because of the weather.
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