For those who dream of a church wedding without the white, lacy frills, a new venue in Norwich could be the perfect place to say ‘I do’.
Activists from a climate change campaign group have demanded South Norfolk Council declare a climate emergency.
Projects including a third river crossing, railway improvements and dualling the A47 Acle Straight are on the table as part of discussions over the future of Great Yarmouth transport.
Mothers and friends Emma Taylor and Zoe Lee had no idea their children would be born with Down’s syndrome until the moment they came into this world.
A stunning drone image shows a different side to the historic King’s Lynn Mart at night.
The front of a storage facility for a not-for-profit gardening organisation has been completely destroyed by ram-raiders, with thieves stealing a number of expensive items of equipment.
The sun was shining over the weekend as families began their half-term holidays with a trip to the Norfolk Makers Festival.
A highly-anticipated gaming festival has left hundreds of families with young children angered and disappointed after finding hour-long queues and “rubbish” activities at the event.
A report has revealed the gender pay gap for council staff has narrowed but men are still getting paid five times more in bonuses than women.
Taxpayers in Norwich look likely to be asked to pay more for services as city councillors backed a 2.99pc council tax hike.
An empty building which once housed a town’s last remaining bank could be turned into a cafe.
Developers have withdrawn plans to build 25 new homes in Watton after recommendations were made to Breckland Council for it to be refused.
City councillors are asking Norfolk’s transport chiefs to rethink a decision over who looks after the roads of Norwich, dismissing a row between the two authorities as a “petty local squabble”.
Action over controversial zero-hour contracts is to be taken by city councillors in a bid to encourage businesses in Norwich to promote improved terms of employment.
It has all but eradicated homelessness in Finland, but could Housing First be the answer to Norwich’s homelessness problem?
Plans for 26 homes to be built in a Norfolk village have been refused on the grounds of safety over contaminated land.
Broadland Council has agreed to adopt new legislation which will see council tax on long-term empty homes quadruple in 2021.
Plans for a new state-of-the-art police station in Swaffham have been given the green light.
Plans for 40 homes to be built in a small mid-Norfolk village with no doctor’s surgery and poor transport to nearby towns will go ahead despite objections raised by villagers.
A small village is set to see hundreds more homes built, in plans which will also bring a new roundabout at a dangerous junction close to a primary school.
A village is set to almost double in size after two separate applications for nearly 250 homes were submitted for approval.
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