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  Fifteen Fire Fighting Crews  at Former Pontins Derelict site in Hemsby Supported by police, Suffolk Fire Service and ambulance crews, the fire was fought on the old Pontins site in Hemsby. At its height, 95 fire fighters were on the scene. Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service area manager...

Resident Died from Being Pushed Over At Great Yarmouth Care Home A 86-year-old resident of a care home, rated inadequate by a watchdog, died in hospital two months after being injured when he was pushed over by another resident, an inquest has heard. Salisbury Residential Home resident...

Have you seen missing scooter that was stolen from elderly owner? The scooter was reported stolen after its 77-year-old owner reported he was approached by four men from a van in Camperdown by the town’s seafront on Saturday night. The victim was pushed off the scooter by...

Bradwell Teenager discharged from hospital after stabbing The 18-year-old man was attacked in Bunnewell Avenue on Sunday, August 5. He was transferred to the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital after first being admitted to The James Paget Hospital in Gorleston Norfolk police confirmed he has now been discharged. Following the...

Did you see the mysterious object in the sky above our Norfolk Coast?  A fireball-like object has confounded stargazers along the Norfolk coast after it was spotted in the sky above several villages and towns.  The object was seen on Sunday night at Hemsby, Gorleston, Caister,...

Make sure you cover up! A plume of tropical air is blowing in from Spain with the weather shaping up to be the hottest day of the year, with temperatures expected to rise to a warm 16C. The wettest March in a decade has given way to...

Missing 12 year old Boy has been found Police have found a 12-year-old boy missing from Great Yarmouth. Dylan Blower was last seen at home on Gordon Road around 3.15pm on Sunday 5th August. He's been found safe and well. Social media appeals after a 12 year-old...

The region’s ambulance trust could be asking volunteers to drive ambulances to help cope with winter pressures, it has been revealed. East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) faced demand last winter, with more than 3,200 calls answered every day. And in a bid to stop a repeat...