The Broads has followed in the football-steps of Norwich City
by going Dutch.
Members of the Broads Authority have elected the committee’s new chairman.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
Plans to put apartments and houses in a former police station have prompted concerns from the town’s mayor.
After a Norwich man went to drastic measures to try and quell his rat problem, it appears he is not alone in being blighted by the rodents.
A skate park in a south Norfolk village could be in line for a face lift, as its parish council bids to broaden its appeal.
Concerns have today been raised about getting face-to-face time with senior medics as a Norfolk hospital revealed it could bring in video consultations.
A plea has been made to protect an innovative mental health treatment scheme, after a decision not to renew its contract left it with a £23,000 funding gap.
Norfolk County Council will prepare a business case to support its bid to retain control of the fire service.
A bid to broadcast county council meetings on the Internet has failed - for now - after councillors voted against it.
The leader of Norfolk County Council has refused to rule out reintroducing cuts to bus subsidies in future.
Five communities remain in the dark over the future of their street lights, three months after a district authority said it would be handing over responsibility for them to town and parish councils.
This week marks a decade of older and disabled people being eligible for free bus travel across England.
More than £3.5m of government money is to be pumped into plugging the holes left in our roads by the harsh winter weather conditions.
The future of 24 people with conditions such as dementia, stroke and multiple sclerosis remains uncertain, after plans to move more health services into the building where they are receiving care were approved.
While the Beast from the East may have closed our region’s zoos and wildlife parks to the public, it was business as usual for their keepers and - of course - the animals.
A hospital criticised for moving its charity shop out of the foyer has shared details of the opportunity its decision has created.
The shop window of a bridal wear shop has been transformed into a blissful scene, with a lovingly prepared craft display.
A hospital is hoping to nurture the healthcare staff of the future by launching its own academy.
Festival-goers have just two days to wait until finding out who will headline this year’s Latitude Festival.
A Channel 4 reality series is casting its eye eastward for its new series, as it looks for contestants from the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft areas.
The accident and emergency department of the James Paget University Hospital suffered two hours of disruption following a fire in a toilet cubicle.
Police are on the hunt for a 46-year-old Great Yarmouth wanted man with connections to Norwich and Lowestoft.
Staff at the James Paget University Hospital have been praised by board members with how they handled one of their busiest periods in recent memory.
Vulnerable residents of a children’s home in Lowestoft are faced with confrontational staff, inadequate protection from sexual exploitation and physical intervention, a watchdog has said.
Construction workers have moved in on Beccles fire station, as the first stages of expanding the site get under way.
For years, Mulbarton-born Wayne Willgress has revelled in his annual visits to Potters to watch the World Indoor Bowls Championships.
A scouting group is celebrating after taking advantage of a community scheme to upgrade its headquarters.
A care facility has upgraded its services with the addition of a new rehabilitation ward for brain conditions.
A relic of railway history is to return home to Halesworth, after being snapped up at a memorabilia auction.
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