Public transport is what money most needs to be invested in Norwich, according to the results of a survey, with measures to tackle congestion taking second spot.
The controversial Universal Credit benefit system was rolled out into Norwich today (Wednesday), marked with a protest.
Norfolk is to get almost £4.2m to help alleviate winter pressures on the region’s hospitals - the fourth highest amount across the country.
Norwich City Football Club has congratulated on-loan striker Jordan Rhodes and his wife Emma after the birth of their son.
Concern over the rates of children being permanently excluded from Norfolk’s schools has prompted a summit between council bosses and head teachers to be organised.
Parish councils are being urged to join in the debate over proposals over Norfolk’s children’s centres, which could see 46 of the 53 centres closed.
A driver crashed off the A11 near Wymondham.
Drivers faced delays after a crash on the A47 between Acle and Norwich.
Customers at a Norwich pub which is changing hands could find there’s less space for them to use under the new management - because plans have been lodged to convert part of it into a flat.
A child with special educational needs was taken by Norfolk County Council-funded transport to the wrong house - and then abandoned to wait in his garden until his parent got home.
An administrative blunder means consultation over the proposed £121m Third River Crossing at Great Yarmouth will need to be extended, but council bosses insisted it will not delay the project.
The first phase of work in a major shake-up in how traffic uses the Prince of Wales Road area of Norwich will start later this month.
Consultation over proposals which would see 46 of 53 children’s centres closed is to continue, after calls to suspend it were rejected.
Parents who have used Norfolk’s under-threat children’s centres joined a protest at County Hall against potential closures today (Monday).
A passer-by who prevented an attack on a young woman in Norwich from being even worse has been urged to make contact with the detectives hunting for the man he scared off.
Bad drivers, rather than poor road surfaces or the weather, is to blame for the bulk of crashes on Norfolk’s roads, according to newly-published figures.
An average of just six drivers are fined for speeding in Norwich’s 20mph zones each year, figures have revealed, but council leaders insist they are right to extend limits to further streets.
Police are still looking for a man who attacked a young woman as she walked into Norwich, but was scared away after a passer-by intervened.
The revised proposals for Anglia Square would still risk turning Norwich into “yet another clone high-rise city”, according to civic watchdogs.
The bat bridges built over Norwich’s Northern Distributor Road were a “waste of money”, according to a councillor wants no more to be constructed if the road’s so-called ‘missing link’ comes to fruition.
Thousands of people celebrated local food, drink and entertainment at this year’s Porkstock festival at the Norfolk Showground.
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