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Textile students stitched together a fashion show to mark the end of the successful Frayed exhibition that drew high profile loans from across the country and was seen by around 10,000 visitors.
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A project to convert North Drive Pavilion on Great Yarmouth seafront into a cycling hub for the whole community is on a roll.
Mark Platt, Tendring Council 's cabinet member for tourism is taking part to raise money for two charities who support blind people.
Prayers are being said in Great Yarmouth after a local man died in the Lowestoft boat tragedy and two others remain missing.
The Commonwealth flag has been raised across Norfolk, part of a new national initiative to show dedication to the global family of nations.
A Great Yarmouth woman is celebrating after her little dog with a big personality picked up a best in breed award at Crufts.
Amber Jones, a candidate in Great Yarmouth. "I believe that I d make a great member of UK Youth Parliament as I m dedicated to promoting new and original ideas from all kinds of young people from a variety of backgrounds.
Traffic on the A47 Acle Straight which runs between Great Yarmouth and Acle passing through Halvergate Marshes.
December 2013 - Ofsted annual report says 20,000 Norfolk children are educated in primary schools that are not yet good enough.
The volunteers arrived at 9.30am today and spent about an hour getting stuck in to keep the east coast beach tidy three months after it was hit hard in the December storm surge.
A spokesman for the National Grid said there was no leak - a gas cooker had been left on, but engineers helped ventilate the property and checked the mains for faults.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander and Communities Secretary, Rt Hon Eric Pickles announced a multi-million pound package to create jobs and apprenticeships in coastal towns across the country, including areas affected by the recent floods, as part of the UK government's long-term economic plan.
The collision between two cars, initially reported as being at Potter Heigham, happened at about 2.45pm yesterday near the Repps petrol station and junction with St Marks Close.
Passengers are facing disruptions on some services between Norwich and the coast today due to a bird striking a train earlier and causing damage.