July 24 2014 Latest news:
The boss of Great Yarmouth oil and gas company Derrick Services (DSL) expects to hire nearly 40 extra staff this year to cope with a worldwide surge in demand for its products and services.
Fears have been raised that spending at Norfolk’s busiest Accident and Emergency department could be more than £2m over budget this year, if demand continues to exceed expectations.
Norfolk Constabulary is said to have made “outstanding” progress in its plans to meet a funding gap of more than £20m, according to a report published today.
The decision to close a rural Norfolk primary school has been blasted as “a stitch-up” by a furious county councillor.
A town council poised to take over a historic north Norfolk park held a public meeting to discuss its future and hear from park users.