Residents in a Norfolk village say they are being driven mad by repeated bouts of roadworks.
A Norfolk council has refused to declare a climate emergency after councillors were accused of using environmental issues as "a political football".
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A Norfolk village is set to get a "modern" new doctors' surgery and dementia clinic after councillors approved plans to develop part of a field into a building for a GP practice.
A "contentious" plan to build seven new homes on a car park used for accessing a GP surgery has been delayed.
The former BBC Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad has been selected as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for Broadland.
Two dozen new homes will be built in a west Norfolk village, after councillors granted a developer's controversial bid to transform land at a former pub.
Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad has resigned from the BBC in a bid to become a Conservative candidate in the general election.
A council will spend more than £275,000 sprucing up projects and facilities in three communities in its district.
A council is set to spend millions of pounds on new bin lorries - which may be delayed due to uncertainty sparked by Brexit.
Councillors are set to take a "drastic measure" to force the owners of a derelict seaside hotel to sell them the property which has sat empty for over a decade.
A councillor who called disability campaigners "selfish" has been reinstated as a member of the county's Conservative group.
A villager facing the possible expansion of a nearby quarry to just metres from his house has criticised a council for not consulting residents on the plan.
Norfolk health bosses have unveiled their plans to cope with winter pressures, with extra beds and more than £6m of funding in readiness for seasonal demand.
Five Norfolk towns are set to see hundreds of thousands of pounds invested to plan their futures.
Councillors have voted to spend £800,000 on revamping their own office headquarters - despite a warning that it may damage their reputation.
A watchdog has praised a "transformation" in front-line services for vulnerable children - but said "significant shortfalls" remain in other areas of practice.
The boss of the region's mental health trust says he can "only imagine" the distress of patients placed in out-of-area beds, as he pledged to cut occupancy rates.
A council has been threatened with a judicial review over claims plans for hundreds of new homes are based on "defective" and "flawed" transport assessments.
A care home without enough staff to look after its residents has remained in special measures after an inspection saw it branded inadequate and unsafe.
Plans for a new bungalow near the site of a 15th-century listed building have been given the green light, despite claims the proposal would be "detrimental" to a village's character.