July 25 2014 Latest news:
A Norwich pre-school has marked the official opening of its new £300,000 building, which is part of a £2m drive to boost the number of childcare places in the city.
The environment secretary Liz Truss has said she will “look closely” at multi-million pound plans to restore Lowestoft main beach to its prime and protect the town from another devastating tidal surge.
A landmark meeting will be held in Southwold next week to discuss the future of the town’s harbour lands.
The campaign to see major improvements on the main line between East Anglia and London is taking a major step forward today with a bid for widespread public support.
The new interim chief executive of Great Yarmouth Borough Council is to be paid £200,000 a year.
Bury St Edmunds MP David Ruffley has broken his silence on the incident earlier this year in which he received a police caution for common assault.
A proposed £148.5m road to the north of Norwich would be “the biggest piece of environmental destruction yet seen in Norfolk”, it was claimed at a public hearing today.