Dozens of new homes will be built in a Norfolk village despite neighbours' fears of "intrusion" and "overdevelopment".
More than 200 homes are set to be built in a Norfolk town despite fears over the consequences the development could have on the lives of people living nearby.
Plans to build more than 250 homes in a Norfolk town were refused after councillors were warned the scheme could see traffic "queueing on the A47".
A council is set to discuss controversial plans to build more than 250 homes in a Norfolk town - more than five years after the idea was originally proposed.
New school places will still be provided in growing areas, a council has insisted, despite data forecasting an education funding shortfall of almost £74m.
Rising numbers of families are seeking help for children with special needs, but thousands are being denied assistance, a national investigation has found.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.
A council leader has been treated to tickets to events and a hotel stay worth more than £400 by firms holding council contracts.
A Norfolk MP has pledged to make solving the ongoing issues with the Greater Anglia rail service, which has seen swathes of cancellations and misery and frustration for stranded passengers, a "personal priority".
More than 25,000 people across Norfolk registered to vote ahead of the deadline for the December general election, new figures have revealed.
A multi-million pound contract for the final stages of a revamp to Norfolk County Council's headquarters has been awarded.
A family are set to reopen the former village pub which hosted their 28-year-old relative's wake.
Norfolk election candidates from across political lines have spoken of the "demoralising" effect of the "aggression and abuse" they face while on the campaign trail.
A levy on long-term empty properties is set to double after councillors raised rates to stamp out unused homes.
A parliamentary candidate has spoken of his shock after alleging a man told him he would shoot him if he were successfully elected.
A Norfolk council has refused to declare a climate emergency after councillors were accused of using environmental issues as "a political football".
The former BBC Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad has been selected as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for Broadland.
Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad has resigned from the BBC in a bid to become a Conservative candidate in the general election.
Norfolk health bosses have unveiled their plans to cope with winter pressures, with extra beds and more than £6m of funding in readiness for seasonal demand.
Five Norfolk towns are set to see hundreds of thousands of pounds invested to plan their futures.
Councillors have voted to spend £800,000 on revamping their own office headquarters - despite a warning that it may damage their reputation.
A watchdog has praised a "transformation" in front-line services for vulnerable children - but said "significant shortfalls" remain in other areas of practice.
The boss of the region's mental health trust says he can "only imagine" the distress of patients placed in out-of-area beds, as he pledged to cut occupancy rates.
A council has been threatened with a judicial review over claims plans for hundreds of new homes are based on "defective" and "flawed" transport assessments.
Plans for a new bungalow near the site of a 15th-century listed building have been given the green light, despite claims the proposal would be "detrimental" to a village's character.
A district councillor in charge of planning has been granted legal permission to live in a former agricultural property - even though he has lived there for the past ten years.
Decisions on more than 100 new homes have been delayed after feedback on a blueprint for the area's growth derailed a council's planning committee meeting.
NHS IT systems in Norfolk are the "most digitally" immature in the UK, a health chief has warned.
A Norwich man saved himself hundreds of pounds after a shock realisation that he was the only one of the residents on his street paying "considerably" more council tax than his neighbours.
A councillor who stormed out of a meeting has likened an opponent to Donald Trump.