March 12 2014 Latest news:
Transport bosses are hoping a government windfall will mean an extra £3m to £4m can be spent to fix Norfolk’s damaged roads.
The long-awaited Long Stratton bypass is “closer than it has ever been” because of new funding which could unlock the road, a council leader has claimed.
A 20mph limit could be introduced on roads around a Norwich estate as part of a multi-million pound scheme to make streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians.
The latest cost estimate for a new station in Wisbech has rocketed by more than £40m - but leaders still insist the case is the “strongest in a generation” and they can “make it happen”.
Campaigners against the incinerator have responded to a plea by leaders at Norfolk County Council for a decision on the burner - by urging the man in whose hands the plant’s fate rests to take his time.
Urgent action is needed to address a lack of people with the skills to spot and deal with outbreaks of plant diseases such as the deadly Chalara ash tree disease, MPs have warned.
A government programme to improve mobile phone coverage across the country has identified 12 parts of Norfolk where no mobile emergency signal exists.