March 3 2015 Latest news:
Norfolk MP and environment secretary Elizabeth Truss’ recent trade mission to China cost more than £34,000 it has emerged.
Thetford’s new £3.9m bus interchange has been hailed as a success by developers, operators and councillors after it officially opened.
Police and firefighters were scrambled to a residential road in Great Yarmouth after a bin lorry reversed into a house.
Labour has hit out at Norfolk MP George Freeman for claiming that prosecutions to enforce the minimum wage may only “satisfy the politics of envy”.
The fight for the future of the Hewett School could be set for the High Court, after county council leaders revealed they were prepared to take legal action against the government.
Controversial changes to Norwich bus routes will come under the spotlight at a public meeting tonight, as pressure mounts on transport bosses to rethink the alterations.
A decision on whether the £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road can go ahead is set to be made within the next three months.