January 31 2015 Latest news:
Landowners whose property is crucial to whether the long awaited Long Stratton bypass gets built have been handed an ultimatum - sign up to the scheme on Monday or the council is ready to grab their land.
As the fight for one of the key election battlegrounds hots up ahead of May’s general election, coastal politicians are fishing for votes – in every sense of the word.
A series of University of East Anglia lectures which were turned into a book by former Norwich MP Charles Clarke has won a prestigious award.
New fences, lights and special training for staff have been introduced by the region’s rail operator in a bid to tackle the increase in deaths on the tracks.
The introduction of kerb-side collections of glass by Broadland Council means glass can be recycled from home.
The public will today get the chance to take their first detailed look at proposals for a £325m energy plant on the edge of Norwich city centre.
A family who would lose part of their front garden if the controversial Norwich northern distributor road (NDR) goes ahead look set to have their home bought by the county council – in a package that will cost up to £450,000.