Dan Grimmer

The leader of the UKIP and Independent Group at Norfolk County Council has resigned.

The crucial role of Norwich’s parks in keeping people healthy could help save them from cuts in the future.

The number of affordable homes built in our region has plunged to a record low - at a time when thousands of people are crying out for a roof over their heads.

Drivers have been warned to expect disruption when more beams are hoisted into place for a bridge on the route of the Norwich Northern Distributor Road.

More homes need to be built in Norwich because more than 5,000 people and families are in need of affordable housing, council leaders have warned.

Parents of thousands of Norfolk pupils have been warned a looming budget crisis means school spending could soon be driven by what headteachers can afford, rather than what is best for youngsters.

Almost £400,000 could be spent to refurbish and replace tennis courts in four of Norwich’s parks.

Fears that Norfolk’s market towns might not have good enough roads to cope with thousands of new homes have triggered a series of special studies to tackle the potential problem.

Social workers are still struggling with heavy caseloads, morale is “chronic” and some staff are wondering whether a takeover of Norfolk County Council’s children’s services department would be preferable.

Easter is still a month away, but the first of this season’s peregrine falcon eggs at Norwich Cathedral has been laid.

Dog owners are to be banned from running with their pets in the Norwich parkrun, after organisers reluctantly decided it was making the event too risky.

Don’t fall for telephone cold calls from con artists who claim they can stop telephone cold calls – that’s the message from consumer watchdogs.

A couple and their two dogs were rescued by lifeboat after they got cut off by the tide on the north Norfolk coast.

Three people have been arrested after what police described as “a disturbance” in Norwich.

It’s almost a month since the gale-force gusts of Storm Doris brought disruption to Norwich’s streets - but the clear-up work at the city’s Mousehold Heath continues.

Did Norwich stop being a great city after 1750?

Firefighters had to make an unusual rescue - after two children got stuck in a Norwich bathroom.

The mother of a talented University of East Anglia student, killed in a road accident just weeks before graduating, has said she hopes a book of her daughter’s poetry will prove an inspiration to others.

Being a parent of a child or young person with a special educational need or disability can be a stressful and isolating experience.

“We know children’s services is not perfect, but so many people are working so hard to make things better”.

The announcement of a new structure at Carrow Road has received a mixed response from Norwich City fans - with supporters frustrated at the time being taken to announce who will fill the roles.

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