Scores of children are expected to take to the streets tomorrow to make their voices heard over climate change fears.

A landlord who replaced the sash windows of a listed building in Norwich has been ordered to change them back - despite claiming the job was done around four years ago.

I've been writing this fortnightly column for four seasons now, a time where there has certainly been ups and downs.

Drivers of low-emission vehicles in Norwich could be rewarded for their choice with cheaper parking, if a call for this to be introduced is met.

A major new housing development could be built on the edge of Norwich adding more than 500 homes to an already expanding town.

Changes to a handful of bus services will leave elderly and vulnerable people isolated, it is feared.

Money saving tips offered by Norfolk County Council to families who have seen their financial support slashed have been slammed as "demeaning and insulting".

A former pumping station which has sat redundant since the before the turn of the century could be brought back into use as a home.

Norwich Airport has been forced into seeking an expansion because it is too small for new equipment the government has ordered it to use.

A move to curtail the amount of time councillors debate - which resulted in a lengthy debate and no definitive conclusion - has been described as "a complete and utter farce".

A city mosque has been spared the need to hunt for a new home after councillors ruled prayers could be held there 24 hours a day.

Questions have been asked over a university's decision to sacrifice almost 250 car parking spaces to make way for a £65m teaching building.

Confusion over land ownership has seen a decision on whether a former office can become a homeless assessment hub deferred.

A city mosque will today discover if it will need to search for a new home to fulfil the prayer needs of its worshippers.

The fate of a pioneering new facility to help Norwich's rough sleepers will be sealed today, amid fears from police it could lead to drug trafficking problems.

A city rooftop venue has been told its planned Halloween event can not go ahead after councillors refused to license it.

A new "upmarket" venue in the heart of Norwich's clubbing area has been granted a licence to open, after finding common ground with a neighbouring taxi firm.

Organisers of a controversial series of music events will discover today if their latest instalment in October can go ahead.

A series of plans to build more than 500 homes in Dereham are poised to finally get the go ahead.

With her 5ft 1in frame and nine to five job, Amy Williams' favoured past time may well come as a surprise.

A man in his 20s has died following a head-on collision between two vehicles.

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