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Norwich City Council

I can still remember when the announcement came through that Norwich was to be one of a handful of places to benefit from millions of pounds of cash designed to improve cycling routes in the city.

A leisure company has made a premises licence application to open an adult gaming centre on a busy Norwich shopping street.

Norfolk naval hero Admiral Lord Nelson has helped Norwich Castle have one of its most successful summers in recent times.

It was a popular mode of transport for thousands of people across Norwich in days gone by.

The number of rough sleepers in Norfolk and Waveney has increased by 100pc in the past five years, new figures show.

A year-and-a-half ago I took a desperate call from a trader on Norwich Market.

Green Party councillors claim plans to improve the River Wensum focus too much on tourism and not enough on environmental concerns.

Norwich Market is making waves in the world of food and drink.

The body which looks after our greatest treasure - the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads - is facing questions about how it is run after an investigation by this newspaper uncovered widespread concerns.

People are today urged to make themselves part of history - by helping to raise thousands for an ambitious project which will transform Norwich Castle’s iconic keep.

A city centre restaurant has decided not to proceed with legal action against Norwich City Council despite losing over £10,000 worth of trade during the pedestrianisation of Westlegate.

Little Mix have received a mixed reception in Norwich after their concert in the city on Sunday night.

Norwich is known as the city of pubs but in recent years nearly 30 have been forced to call last orders and shut their doors. This week two more city pubs have been up for sale - the 130 year old Quebec Tavern, in Quebec Road, and The Forge, in Philadelphia Lane which are available for sale online.

Anger is mounting over plans which would see part of a riverside Norwich pub demolished to make way for housing.

Vandals broke their way into a Grade II-listed building in Norwich and caused “mayhem” with £30,000 worth of damage over bank holiday weekend.

She was born on Norfolk’s Sandringham Estate and spent her early years at Riddlesworth Hall School in the county.

Hundreds of pounds was raised for a trio of worthy causes through special miniature railway rides.

More than 11,000 homes are standing empty in Norfolk and Waveney, but some councils are not making use of hard-hitting powers designed to get them back into use.

Norwich’s newest community centre has been officially opened by the city’s Lord Mayor, completing a remarkable turnaround in fortunes.

Last year the future of Norwich Market was uncertain.

Hope could be on the horizon for the vacant Freed Man pub after campaigners won a victory against developers planning to build student flats.

Bureaucracy and a lack of resources are preventing smaller firms from taking advantage of public sector contracts, according to a business owner who managed to secure one.

A boutique bowling alley and restaurant is set to open in Norwich after the council approved plans for the development.

More council-funded funerals are held in the Great Yarmouth area, compared with other areas of Norfolk and Suffolk figures reveal.

A former Norwich lighting shop which has been vacant for more than two years is to reopen as a supermarket today.

New concept bar Alchemista Coffee Potions has applied to the city council for an alcohol license as it looks sets to sprinkle magic on the Norwich Lanes when it opens this September.

Officers at Broadland District Council have raised some concerns over the local impact of the Norwich Airport masterplan while broadly welcoming the vision for expansion.

People in a Norwich street say they are struggling to park outside their homes, because two thirds of their road is covered by permit parking - but not where they live.

Some of the most vulnerable people in Norwich could suffer because of what the deputy leader of the city council has branded “senseless” cuts to support in sheltered housing.

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