December 18 2014 Latest news:
Further reductions in funding for councils in the region have been condemned as “Scrooge-like” by one authority leader, as it emerged school transport in Norfolk has been placed in the firing line.
A group of happy families are moving into the borough’s latest council homes just in time for Christmas.
East Anglia must be at the front of the queue to benefit from a “landmark deal” struck by the government to improve mobile phone coverage, community leaders have demanded.
Further cuts at Norfolk police are inevitable, the county’s police and crime commissioner has warned, after the government cut funding to the constabulary.
Campaigners have vented their fury after pledges were made to move a Norwich disability assessment centre with no disabled access - but six months on it is still located on the second floor of a building.
How will Ed Miliband tackle the challenges facing the East? From education to phone signal, political editor Annabelle Dickson catches up with the Labour leader on his train back to Westminster.
Days after the opening of the dualled A11 between the Fiveways roundabout and Thetford, a gateway project at the A11 entrance to Mildenhall is taking shape.