Broadland District

Taxpayers in Broadland will not see a council tax hike for the upcoming financial year.

A vandalism spree which saw more than 20 cars damaged in Taverham over the weekend has left owners hundreds of pounds out of pocket.

School pupils have launched a new programme to help keep primary age children fit and healthy.

Rural businesses helping to get people trained and into work across Norfolk and north Suffolk are being urged to bid for a share of a £1.1m funding pot.

They put themselves in harm’s way to keep other people safe and now the bravery of police officers and staff is to be recognised as part of the Norfolk Safer Community Awards (NOSCAs).

Two of Norfolk’s councils have agreed to work together more in future, in a scheme that could save them a combined £8.6m over the next five years.

A community has rallied together to show its support after the town’s post office was ram raided in the early hours of the morning.

A hidden-away 16th century mansion in the Norfolk Broads could be given a new lease of life after more than a decade of neglect.

Up to 4,000 homes, a Second World War memorial park and three schools are being proposed for a Norfolk village.

North Norfolk is set to get its first Starbucks coffee shop.

This year marks 100 years since women were given the vote.

Councillors have endorsed plans for up to 4,000 homes in Rackheath - despite developers offering just 10pc affordable housing.

A semi-detached home in Hellesdon could be used to provide supported living accommodation for up to five people.

Plans are in place to convert a Grade II listed chapel into a new home in Aylsham.

A London-based developer is appealing the decision to refuse its plans to build 300 homes in a much-loved Norfolk woodland.

Notice is hereby given that Broadland District Council intends, after the expiry of the period mentioned below, under the provisions of Section 70 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976, to vary the fee for an Operator licence to £525.

People will have to wait a bit longer for their bins to be emptied, with collections across most of Norfolk once again cancelled because of the weather.

Council bosses have warned of “severe disruption” to services today as snow brought by the Beast from the East weather front continues to cause problems across Norfolk.

An area of land near the River Wensum could be turned into two fishing lakes.

It was a bracing start to the week.

A former service engineer-turned-entrepreneur from Brundall has become the first person to offer an independent hard surface repair and restoration service in Norfolk.

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