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Past articles by Daniel:

Gorleston: William Adams allowed to extend beer garden hours

A Wetherspoons pub in Gorleston has been given permission to open its beer garden for longer hours. → Read More

Great Yarmouth: Housing bid for building on South Quay

The proposal is seeking to transform the former Yarmouth Stores building on South Quay into five self-contained two-bedroomed houses with a parking area to the rear. Each property would have an identical floor plan with an open plan kitchen and living room on the ground floor with a toilet. There would be two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. The applicant, David Fish of Bradwell-based… → Read More

Superbike Warehouse bids to open bikers café in Great Yarmouth

Superbike Warehouse has applied to Great Yarmouth Borough Council to change the use of an unused out-building to the rear of the main store on Harfrey's Industrial Estate. The business, which sells new and used motorcycles, as well as clothing, opened in April last year. According to the planning application, the cafe would open from Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm, and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm → Read More

Burlingham gypsy site plan draws hundreds to public meeting

A meeting in Lingwood heard concerns about a proposed traveller site in Burlingham, off the A47. → Read More

Great Yarmouth: Flats bid for Vauxhall House refused

A bid to convert an empty building next to Great Yarmouth railway station into flats has been refused by planners. → Read More

Richard Herring claims Yarmouth's new bridge named after him

Comedian Richard Herring has claimed that Great Yarmouth's new bridge is named after him. → Read More

Ludham: Fundraisers hope to help man 'rebuild his life' after fire

Fundraisers have been set up to help a man rebuild his business which burned down in a fire. → Read More

Herring Bridge is Great Yarmouth third crossing's name

For hundreds of years Great Yarmouth was one of the most important fishing ports in Britain. → Read More

Seagull Theatre to host gigs for local bands in Lowestoft

The Seagull Theatre and Lowestoft Live are hosting monthly gigs for local bands in the town. → Read More

Ormesby: Seven houses could be built on Foster Close

Denbury Homes Ltd is seeking permission from Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) for a development on Foster Close in Ormesby. There would be three two-bedroom, two three-bedroom and two four-bedroom houses. Ormesby St Margaret with Scratby Parish Council is objecting to the plans, raising concerns over noise and transportation of building materials along Foster Close. The developer has… → Read More

Great Yarmouth: Wellbeing centre offering taster sessions

A wellbeing centre in Great Yarmouth is offering taster sessions during an open day on Sunday, February 26. → Read More

Scratby: Book exchange becomes 'focal point' in village

On Tuesday morning (February 21), a small crowd braved the chilly weather to enjoy the official opening of a new lending library and information point at the corner of Beach Road and Beach Drive in Scratby. Local award-winning author Heather Peck cut the ribbon around the old phone box. Award-winning author Heather Peck opening a book exchange in Scratby on February 21. Picture: Sonya Duncan.… → Read More

Winterton: Lookout tower plans withdrawn by charity

Winterton Coast Watch has shelved its bid to build a replacement lookout tower in the village. → Read More

Great Yarmouth: New 50m-tall ride proposed for Golden Mile

Observation UK Ltd, the company behind the Ferris Wheel on Marine Parade, has applied to Great Yarmouth Borough Council (GYBC) to erect and operate a 52m tall ride called the Star Flyer. The ride, a mostly metal structure, will boast 16 individual passenger capsules that seat two people each. Once in motion, it will provide 365 degree views out over Great Yarmouth. The proposal is for three… → Read More

Great Yarmouth: Council to discuss tax increases for 2023/24

An extra £5 will be added to the bills of some Great Yarmouth residents with the latest council tax increases. → Read More

Great Yarmouth: Bomb evacuees describe night at rest centre

Residents of the Southtown area went to St George's Theatre, which is acting as a rest centre until the Second World War explosive is blown up. People leaving their homes also went to the Mesh – Shrublands Youth and Adult Centre on Magdalen Way, Gorleston to stay the night. Rosey Seaman, 65, who is from Exmouth Road, spent Tuesday night at St George's Theatre with her husband and her dog. "We… → Read More

Great Yarmouth: Log flume being demolished at Pleasure Beach

A ride that once plunged its passengers into water is now itself coming down. → Read More

Acle: Crocus Homes submits plans for 200 houses in village

Crocus Homes is targeting a 20-hectare parcel of land between Leffins Lane and Jolly's Lane in Acle for the new houses. The site is next to the developer's Oaks Meadow scheme, due to be completed this year - made up of 45 homes. The latest proposals, now in the hands of planners at Broadland District Council (BDC), are for 200 more houses and an independent living centre for over-55s. Also… → Read More

Fawlty Towers tribute show coming to Norfolk theatres

A stage tribute show to Fawlty Towers is hoping to revive the laughter of the landmark comedy. → Read More

Great Yarmouth bridge: Names that failed to make shortlist

A Bridgey McBridgeface, maybe? Or a Fred? And yet, according to information released by Norfolk County Council, the naming competition for the town's £121m third river crossing was an altogether more sober affair. Among the 233 unique entries, the only suggestions that could be even remotely accused of wackiness were the Fish Finger Bridge, Joe's Crossing and the Great 'G'. But each of these… → Read More