A road in a north Norfolk village is set to shut for one week for essential works.
A woman whose father was admitted against his will into a failing care home and had his home care package cancelled said the situation is an abuse of his human rights.
Norfolk’s alcohol crisis is today deepening, as drink-related deaths have hit a 10-year high in Norwich and almost 60 people a day in Norfolk are being admitted to hospital with conditions linked to booze.
Plans for 40 homes to be built in a small mid-Norfolk village with no doctor’s surgery and poor transport to nearby towns will go ahead despite objections raised by villagers.
Norfolk County Council will set its muiti-million pound budget today, which is likely to add almost 3pc more to people’s council tax bills.
A Norfolk MP’s call for home-owners to have less power to object against housing developments has been branded “hypocritical” and “insulting”.
A mid-Norfolk high school has been honoured with a special youth award by the Royal British Legion.
Council tax bills to pay for policing in Norfolk are to rise by more than 10pc, with the county’s chief constable saying the extra money is essential to keep communities safe.
People will today learn just how much of their money they will be asked to hand over to pay for Norfolk’s police force over the next 12 months.
A couple who turned their passion for vintage buses into a thriving business have now taken on a contract to supply school transport in mid Norfolk.
Three days of roadworks will cause delays on the B1153 between Docking and Brancaster in north Norfolk.
Work is to start this week to help make a bridge safe after it was closed due to health and safety concerns.
Council officers have been urged not to use a well-known online encyclopaedia when preparing committee reports.
County councillors will soon be joining the likes of Jaack Maate, Tanya Burr and Ashen as local stars of YouTube, after live streaming proposals were given the thumbs up.
Motorists are being warned to take care on Norfolk’s roads as forecasters issue an weather warning for icy conditions.
They are the bane of many a driver’s day, but new figures show Norfolk County Council is actually the fastest council to repair potholes in East Anglia.
Disabled and elderly people getting personal budgets for their social care are bearing the brunt of government and county council cutbacks, claims North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb.
All the twists and turns of the council chamber could soon be available to watch from the comfort of your own laptop, tablet or mobile device.
A popular and well-regarded children’s centre in Holt is now under threat after a U-turn by Norfolk County Council bosses.
Parents have welcomed a rethink over children’s centres which would see more of them survive, but anger still surrounds Norfolk County Council’s proposals to shut 38 of the 53.
They were once Norfolk’s arteries, conveying residents and visitors in their thousands across the county for business as well as pleasure.
More must to be done to get quality tutors into Norfolk’s colleges to train the next generation of apprentices, council leaders have said.
Eight more children’s centres in Norfolk could be spared the axe, after a rethink by council leaders, but opposition councillors say there remains a risk children will miss out on crucial support.
Many of the county’s most vulnerable people are facing lives of isolation and social poverty, families have claimed, after councillors slashed their financial support.
A crash blackspot could be made safer thanks to a new £1.2m roundabout, after it was picked to benefit from a share of £20m being pumped into Norfolk’s roads.
As time runs out for people to have their say how the Norwich Northern Distributor Road should connect to the A47 west of Norwich, Broadland bosses have made their views clear.
Burnt toast costs not only vital minutes in the morning rush, new figures can reveal, but also time and money for firefighters.
The beautiful and varied Norfolk Trails network consists of 1,600 miles of linear trails and their associated circular walks, covering coast, woodland, broads and wetlands.
Plans for a new care village in the Broadland market town have been recommended for approval by council officers.
Families of people with learning disabilities have blasted a cost-cutting proposal which would save council bosses £3m - by charging thousands of people more for their care.
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