March 13 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk, Suffolk and Fenland schools are set for a multimillion pound boost as part of government attempts to make funding fairer for pupils, David Laws said today.
People in Sprowston are being urged not to miss their chance to influence how the area develops over the next 15 years.
Conservation groups have issued a stark warning that Norfolk, Suffolk and the Fens’ wildlife-rich nature reserves and landscape should be deemed “frack-free zones”, or vulnerable species like the pink-footed geese could be disturbed.
A town council will set up a working group to re-write its cemetery policy after a decision to go against its own rules caused distress amongst the community.
Thousands of people of working age in west Norfolk will receive less help towards their council tax bills from April 1.
A dispute over the maintenance of a Dereham roadway has resurfaced, with residents claiming the potholes along the route are “worse than ever” and causing costly damage to their vehicles.
A government programme to improve mobile phone coverage across the country has identified 12 parts of Norfolk where no mobile emergency signal exists.