March 1 2015 Latest news:
North Walsham needs new, permanent public toilets, according to town councillors.
The Edwardian façade of North Walsham’s old court house is set to be the public face of the town’s new police station, it has emerged.
They are essential in making market towns in south Norfolk a pleasant and worthwhile experience for visitors and residents eager to spend their money.
Tuition fees would be capped at £6,000 under Labour, Ed Miliband has announced, sparking concerns some students will stay away from university this year to avoid the current £9,000 cap.
Streets across Cromer are set to be plunged into late-night darkness under a council switch-off.
A Great Yarmouth businessman is warning fellow traders not to pay out for the controversial “tourism tax” after a bill landed on his doorstep in error.
Millions of pounds were earmarked to lend to a secret project at a behind closed doors council meeting, it has emerged, with City Hall refusing to reveal details of the mystery scheme.