News from the Borough Council and our partners
Time is running out for people across Great Yarmouth to put forward sites for development or for protection as part of the borough's masterplan up to 2041.
The next phase of work on the transformation of Great Yarmouth's town centre market will begin next week.
Work to rescue a historic Great Yarmouth building has been praised by a national housing awards scheme.
Residents aged fifty and over are being invited to a new, free Health and Wellbeing Event at the Acorn Centre, located at 8-9 Regent St, Great Yarmouth, on Wednesday 22, June.
The winner of the council's latest art competition has been announced, as the grand opening of the new Marina Centre draws nearer.
Great Yarmouth's train station has been given a bright new look with a mural celebrating both the Queen's Platinum Jubilee and the 140th anniversary of the Town Hall.
Residents are invited to the annual service of thanks and remembrance in Great Yarmouth to mark the anniversary of D-Day, on Monday, June 6.
Residents and half-term visitors in and around Great Yarmouth can start their Platinum Jubilee celebrations early with a special event at the town's new six-day market on Wednesday, 1 June between 10am and 2pm.
Residents and business can have their say on the future shape of the borough of Great Yarmouth as part of a major new consultation.
The benefits of Great Yarmouth as a base for the energy sector have been centre stage at an industry conference this week.
Work has officially started on the construction of 18 new council homes in Great Yarmouth.
Free bus passes are being offered to Ukrainians being hosted by families in Great Yarmouth, thanks to a tie up between the local council and First Bus.
Businesses in and around the borough of Great Yarmouth are being encouraged to join their local council in the journey towards Zero Waste by using wormeries to dramatically reduce food wastage.
Residents of Fleggburgh and Somerton are invited to vote on their villages future next month.
Foodies in Gorleston will soon be able to pick from at least two new mobile eateries.
Plans for a learning centre in the heart of Great Yarmouth have received a £3.5m boost from the University of Suffolk and East Coast College.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council is highlighting the consequences of environmental crimes after successfully prosecuting a couple who fly-tipped several large items behind their property.
As the two-month countdown to Visit Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival begins, the 6th year of the festival prepares to be bigger and better than ever before.