Two flood warnings remain in place across Norfolk and Suffolk ahead of the next round of high tides.
As crashing waves and strong winds ripped through coastal parts of Norfolk on Tuesday, the Great Yarmouth coast avoided the worst of the weather.
High tides and strong winds whipped up some dramatic scenes along the coast this morning.
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.
Tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant have been included in ambitious multi-million pound development plans for a Norfolk lakeside resort.
One in every five recycling trucks in Norfolk is contaminated as people are putting the “wrong things” in their bins, councils have warned.
More than one in ten people of working age in Great Yarmouth and Waveney are now on Universal Credit amid fears the wider roll out will have severe consequences.
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.
Record numbers descended on the east coast for a popular event that “has grown in stature year-on-year.”
A brand new one-day arts festival especially for young people will be showcased in Lowestoft this half-term.
Cards on the table, Oliver is my second least favourite musical ever; but if anybody could convert me it’s John Hales, who directed the best version of Little Shop of Horrors I’ve seen.
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.
With less than a week to go until the town’s first collaborative community production of Oliver! is performed, anticipation is running high.
A decision on whether to build 70 new beach huts in Gorleston will be made next week.
People who die without enough money for a cremation are being buried in unmarked communal graves.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
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.
Police are appealing for information from a group of youths they believe to have witnessed a fatal crash in the early hours of this morning.
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.
First light saw wrecking machines return to Hemsby to tear down another cliff-top home this morning.
Work has started to deliver tonnes of sand to a beach dismantled by severe wind and waves.
Please come and see why the A47 is seen as a joke!
The Hemsby community has been praised for its efforts to support those affected by this weekend’s coastal erosion.
A popular creative forum will be held at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft later this month.
Waveney District Council aims to resume bin collections on Monday after the “treacherous conditions” forced them to cancel refuse collections for a third successive day.
Rubbish collections, swimming lessons, and school events were cancelled as the Beast from the East continues to grip Waveney.
Waveney District Council’s bin collection teams are not operating today (Wednesday) due to the “treacherous conditions.”
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