September 18 2014 Latest news:
Opponents of a new 40-acre solar farm have spoken of their disappointment after councillors approved the proposal despite hearing fears about the impact on a sleepy village.
Opinion polls in the highlands and lowlands of Scotland put the outcome of tomorrow’s independence vote on a knife edge. Everybody currently living north of the border will have their say on whether it should break its ties with the rest of the United Kingdom.
Inspectors considering whether the £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road should be recommended for approval have questioned whether the scheme will “weaken” the city centre.
Taxpayers have been left in the lurch after the government’s “scandalous” move to pull out of a deal to help the county build an incinerator, an influential group of MPs has found.
Controversial plans to construct a warehouse on a beauty spot in Reydon are to be revised and resubmitted, the company behind the scheme said this week.
In just two days time, the Scots will vote on whether they should remain in the United Kingdom, or become an independent country.
A county councillor has issued an apology after he was threatened with legal action over remarks he made about a former leader of Norfolk County Council.