More than 12,000 homes could be built across the county without the need to eat into the beauty spots that make Norfolk what is it today.
Only one district council in the county has decided not to increase its share of council tax for the upcoming year, as taxpayers in the rest of Norfolk will see increases of up to £8.
Councils have been criticised for spending millions on awards.
It's official - Norfolk Day is returning for a second year and people across the county are being encouraged to get involved and celebrate what a wonderful place Norfolk is.
Parts of rural Norfolk have been rated as among the worst places for young people in the country to live, a survey has claimed.
Thanks to the success of last year's Big Gay Out at Stody Lodge Gardens, a second event is being planned in support of the rural LGBT+ community.
A "remarkable" Norfolk father and grandfather has died peacefully of old age - twenty years after being shocked to find his obituary had hit the headlines.
After finishing off the year with a win against Woodbridge and also beating league leaders Holt, Fakenham seemed to be adversely affected by a four-week lay-off.
Nearly 4,000 people over the age of 65 in Norfolk are living with undiagnosed dementia, according to the NHS.
One in every five recycling trucks in Norfolk is contaminated as people are putting the "wrong things" in their bins, councils have warned.
Drivers are being forced to pay a "stealth tax", it has been claimed, after it was revealed car owners in Norwich paid £74 on average last year to park their cars.
Around one in three children in Norfolk are doing fewer than 30 minutes of exercise a day, with even lower numbers doing the governmental guideline of one hour of activity a day.
The number of additional deaths during winter almost doubled last year compared to the previous year across the UK, as the colder months took their toll on the elderly and infirm.
Hundreds of villages in the region are at risk of becoming "fossilised" and trapped in a cycle of decline due to failures in planning policy, a report has found.
Olly Murphy believes Foxtrot Juliet represents his best chance of adding to his healthy strike rate at Fakenham today in the MF Sporting Ltd-Fitzroy's 60th Amateur Riders' Novices' Handicap Hurdle.
Proposals to bring the five Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) in Norfolk and Waveney under one single management team will be approved later this month.
A green energy scheme which has benefited thousands of households in the region could close to newcomers.
A group of abused dogs found abandoned in rural Norfolk could soon be welcomed into new homes.
Norfolk and Waveney have lost around 50 bank and building society branches in the past four years, figures have revealed.
They looked like they had been to hell and back, but a group of abused dogs found abandoned in rural Norfolk are now on the road to recovery and could be welcomed into new homes as early as next week.
Gusts of up to 50mph could hit parts of North Norfolk today as a result of Storm Callum.
A community event in North Creake later this month is aiming to tackle social isolation and loneliness among older residents living in the area.
Having started the season with a win against Ipswich YM, Fakenham were, for a number of reasons, unable to put out their full regular first team for their match against West Norfolk.
As yet another health trust in Norfolk in plunged into special measures by inspectors health correspondent Geraldine Scott looks at what is going wrong in the county's NHS.
Campaigners have urged action to make cycling easier and safer after big differences in its popularity across Norfolk were revealed by new figures.
Emergency services have been at a serious two-vehicle crash in West Norfolk.
Homes and businesses in rural parts of Norfolk are still suffering from a lack of 4G mobile phone coverage, according to latest figures from Ofcom.
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.
A crackdown on rural crime to combat rising burglaries and thefts at farms has led to seven arrests in Breckland and West Norfolk.
Ballooning levels of personal debt has led to steep rises in the number of people applying for insolvency in Norfolk, in a sign of the mounting financial pressures facing households.
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