A senior Labour politician has called on his former colleague to resign his council seat to trigger a by-election.

A long standing Labour supporter and county councillor has resigned from his party group and become an independent.

Great Yarmouth’s Business of the Decade will be announced this Friday night at the glittering trophy presentation ceremony for the Spirit of Enterprise Awards.

Villages near Great Yarmouth have been spared cuts to grants for services like grass cutting and maintaining bus shelters.

Secrecy surrounds a letter the leader of Norfolk County Council sent to the government suggesting ways Westminster could help reduce the need to make savings - which included floating the idea of a major local government shake-up.

The future looks bright for market traders in Great Yarmouth after a massive rent reduction was approved.

She came to Norwich to launch a bold new mental health drive – but now Theresa May has been criticised for not visiting the organisation in charge of mental health care in the area during her visit.

The prime minister Theresa May visited Norwich this afternoon and addressed issues surrounding mental health, PCSOs, contaminated blood, Colman’s and Britvic, and universal credit.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned remarks made by Clive Lewis as “completely unacceptable” at two events in Norfolk.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis appears to have pulled out of an event with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in Norwich on Saturday.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is due in Norwich today - at an event for party members only.

Market traders are rejoicing after councillors listened to their pleas to slash their rents.

A new seaside air show could have take off after a series of supportive measures were approved.

Controversial cuts which would slash £5m from what Norfolk County Council spends on children’s centres will go forward for further talks, despite criticism the move is “too high risk”.

A West Norfolk councillor received praise from the Prime Minister for the support his charity provides to servicemen, veterans and their families.

Education bosses have said they are looking into “inappropriate practices” at some Norfolk schools - as a councillor claimed some parents have been “bamboozled” into withdrawing pupils, rather than schools having to exclude them.

A call has been made to end massive pay outs to public sector bosses when they leave organisations – often to reappear in similar roles merely months later at another agency.

A Labour councillor refused to back his own party’s motion over controversial proposals to close a Great Yarmouth school.

Hundreds of people joined a march through the streets of Norwich to demand that the government brings an end to the public sector pay cap.

An ice rink looks set to return to Great Yarmouth this Christmas after councillors voted to spend nearly £100,000 to bring one to the Market Place.

East Anglia’s Conservative MPs have united to condemn the “threats of violence” and “aggression” which greeted the party as its annual conference kicked off in Manchester.

Jeremy Corbyn is a divisive character – his supporters are feverish in their devotion towards him, his detractors warn he is a dangerous politician that would shift Britain back in time to the 1970s.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn needs to make a commitment over the party’s position on staying in the single market following Brexit, Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has said.

Suffolk County Council has failed to appoint a new chief executive after none of the four candidates on the shortlist were felt to be good enough by the authority’s political leaders.

A petition has been launched urging council bosses to keep a popular Breckland care home open.

Suffolk County Council’s new chief executive is expected to be introduced at the authority’s meeting next week.

Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell has spoken of his encouragement at seeing so many young people attending this year’s Burston Strike School Rally.

When a group of rural Norfolk children downed books and emblazoned their classroom blackboard with the words: ‘We are going on strike tomorrow’, little did they know the shock waves it would create.

More than 50 jobs have been lost and a question mark has been placed over hundreds of apprentices’ futures after a training company went into administration.

A rethink over proposals for a £100m revamp of a former Norwich shoe factory could see more than 400 jobs created in the city, a developer has claimed.

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