Further calls have been made for more investment in public transport after research showed how long it can take people to travel across the county on buses, starting off at 8am.
People in Norfolk can take the first step towards a career in the emergency services after applications for full-time firefighter posts opened.
The Broads has followed in the football-steps of Norwich City
by going Dutch.
Businesses, charities, communities and individuals have pulled together to back the special day which takes place on Friday, July 27.
A road in Loddon will be closed for up to three weeks for drainage improvement work.
The discussions over planned third crossings in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft look to be finally reaching the point of no return.
“We need to turn the rhetoric into reality.”
The new roundabout which is replacing the most dangerous junction in Norfolk is nearing completion.
Money could be shifted between health and social care organisations in Norfolk and Waveney under a new structure which aims to integrate different groups more effectively.
Thousands sign petition calling for removal of DIY waste charges at recycling centres
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A claim that the Norwich in 90 minutes train time ambition by Greater Anglia could hit the buffers has been refuted by an MP and the train operator.
Norfolk County Council will prepare a business case to support its bid to retain control of the fire service.
The leader of Norfolk County Council has refused to rule out reintroducing cuts to bus subsidies in future.
Staff from hospitals and councils across Norfolk and Suffolk took part in the Parkrun in Lowestoft.
Teenage pregnancy rates in the east of England are at the lowest they have been since records began, new figures have revealed.
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 worst seems to be over as a long thaw sets in.
Motorists are being warned to only travel if absolutely necessary tonight with gusting winds creating snow drifts and impassable roads, particularly in rural areas.
It forced many to abandon their cars or stay tucked up at home, but the Beast from the East could not prevent the region’s dedicated public servants from getting to those who needed them.
Schools and nurseries are assessing the weather conditions as the county remains in the grip of sub-zero temperatures.
Widespread snow has fallen across Norfolk and Waveney overnight. Here’s where you can find out here if your local school has been forced to close fully or partially.
Nearly 700 adults and young people with learning disabilities could be missing out on essential annual health checks because they have not registered their disability with their GP.
More than 1,500 admissions to hospital in Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of a year were due to drug-related mental illness, new figures revealed.
Drivers are being warned to expect snow and ice during rush-hour as temperatures continue to plummet.
The coldest week of the winter could be just around the corner, with most of the population likely to see a few flakes of the white stuff.
Fire towers, wind turbines and street lights could be offered up to mobile phone companies to fill in the “not-spot” gaps in 4G coverage across Norfolk.
A husband who was forced to wash his wife in the kitchen for 16 months has been helped by a scheme designed to maintain independence.
The pressure on the NHS over Christmas meant Norfolk County Council bosses had to pay “golden hellos” to care providers to take in patients to free up beds.
Representatives from the four main providers of mobile networks in Norfolk will attend a Norfolk County Council meeting later this month to discuss how mobile coverage in the county could be improved.
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