February 1 2015 Latest news:
Council tax in north Norfolk looks set to be frozen for a fifth year, despite a continuing decrease of central government funds.
Plans to charge for entry to one of Thetford’s flagship museums have been called “extremely short-sighted” amid fears it will stop the less wealthy accessing the town’s heritage.
Food and farming businesses have been urged to take advantage of the huge sums of money available to help translate agricultural technologies into a more efficient and sustainable industry.
People have been asked not to feed the pigeons in Norwich Market because of the damage they do to traders’ stock.
Britain’s economy grew by 2.6pc in 2014 but the pace of expansion slowed more sharply than expected in the last three months of the year, official figures showed today.