The race is on to find a site where people in Norwich can take waste and recycling, with councillors today set to pull the plug on what could have replaced the Mile Cross tip.
A £70m bid, which council leaders say would kick-start the building of more than 13,500 new homes to the north of Norwich, is entering a crucial period.
A set of Norwich garages are to be knocked down to make way for new homes, despite more than 40 objections to the proposal.
People who suffer from stress and anxiety are being urged to follow the example of a Norwich woman who has found that cycling has changed her life.
The 25-storey tower in the revamp of Anglia Square would have a “severe negative impact” on the character of all of Norwich, according to the organisation which protects the nation’s heritage.
Norwich’s last remaining gas holders will be dismantled this summer, but a new photography competition is inviting people to capture final snaps of the structures.
New schools and extensions are in the pipeline as council bosses look to spend £33m to make sure there are enough school places in fast-growing communities.
Tributes have been paid after a former Lord Mayor of Norwich, who served as a city councillor for 25 years, died at the age of 98.
The leader of Broadland District Council has been re-elected to the role for the eighth year in a row.
Firefighters were called to a Norwich home after a kitchen fire.
Firefighters were called to tackle a burning propane cylinder.
The deadline for people to have their say over the controversial revamp of Anglia Square has passed, with more than 300 comments lodged about the scheme.
More than 220 drivers who ignored a temporary speed limit on the edge of Norwich are facing fines, points and speed awareness courses, after being caught zooming through £1.7m roadworks.
A building familiar to the thousands of football fans who pass it on their way to watch Norwich City play at Carrow Road has been spared demolition.
More than 200 comments have been lodged over controversial proposals to revamp Norwich’s Anglia Square, with the clock ticking on the final deadline for views to be submitted.
A deal which would see Great Yarmouth port serving as the base for a company building two huge windfarms off the coast of Norfolk, highlights why the government must fully dual the A47, council leaders have said.
Fairground workers William and Shelby Thurston have been found guilty of the gross negligence manslaughter of Hellesdon girl Summer Grant, who died after a bouncy castle blew away with her inside it.
More than a hundred people had their say on the first day of consultation over whether people want to see the Norwich Northern Distributor Road joined to the A47 to the west of the city.
The jury in the trial of two fairground workers accused of the gross negligence manslaughter of Hellesdon girl Summer Grant has been told they can return a majority verdict.
The number of calls to the region’s ambulance service from Norfolk over the bank holiday weekend increased by almost a quarter compared to last year.
A petition has been launched calling for council bosses to rethink charges for DIY waste at Norfolk’s recycling centres.
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