March 7 2014 Latest news:
The Conservatives have won the West Norfolk Council Burnham by-election.
Bosses at Network Rail should have their bonuses withheld after the government-funded firm’s failings left a young boy with serious injuries, MPs have said.
Leaders at Norfolk County Council have sent an angry riposte to government ministers who criticised them for planning to charge people to use some of the county’s recycling centres.
People living on the Springwood estate in King’s Lynn might have to pay £40 for a parking permit to tackle problem parking, while hundreds of people could be forced to pay to park on the riverfront.
Engineers are investigating the trigger for reoccurring flooding that is causing heartache for a string of residents in Great Yarmouth.
An initiative to bring walking tourists to Norfolk and a Lowestoft river taxi are among schemes which have attracted almost £1m from a government fund to boost seaside jobs.
Proposals which would see Norfolk families charged for using some of the county’s recycling centres have been slammed by government ministers as a “back-door bin charge”.