Months of work to replace potentially dangerous cladding on towers close to Norwich City Football Club have got under way.
A city pub close to Norwich Cathedral has been given the green light to expand.
The Broads Authority (BA) has agreed to take on a new responsibility as part of its relationship with the country’s National Parks.
Fears of a picturesque river valley being lost forever have been heard by the planning inspector who will decide whether 83 homes can be built on it.
On busy main roads, seeing sets of cat’s eyes staring up at you is nothing out of the ordinary.
The need to display a parking permit in your car will soon be a thing of the past in Norwich, with the city council today expected to agree to a 21st century alternative.
Norfolk County Council is in line for some big changes before you next go to the polls to choose your representative at County Hall.
Controversial plans to build more than 80 homes on the River Tud Valley could be revived at appeal.
Plans to restore a Victorian pumping station on the River Wensum to working order have been scrapped.
A Norfolk council is hoping a Homes Under the Hammer-style approach will help it improve the living conditions of its borough.
A drive to bring long-term empty units in Great Yarmouth town centre back into use has resulted in a business rates reduction scheme.
A rodent-infested house in a picturesque Broads village is to be brought back up to scratch, after Great Yarmouth Borough Council agreed to snap it up.
A vital piece of the jigsaw for the relaunch of Great Yarmouth’s Venetian Waterways has been put in place, as its £2.7m revamp nears completion.
For many people, not a day goes by without some sort of car journey - a commute to work, a pop to the shops or a trip to visit family.
Students dressed as landlords will serve councillors with a giant novelty eviction notice as they seek to highlight the issue of real landlords doing the same to their tenants.
One of the country’s largest funeral directors wants to build a new crematorium on farmland in a Norfolk village.
A tattoo artist has been given the all clear to open a new studio in the heart of Norwich’s late night entertainment area.
Before I plunge two-footed, Muscat-like, into this piece I should point out that it is going to contain some slightly exaggerated melodrama to hammer home a point.
A rodent-infested house which has been empty for more than five years in a picturesque Broadside village could be snapped up by a council.
One of the county’s recycling centres is on the move - but people will not have to traipse much further to visit it.
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