A claim has been made that Norfolk County Council breached a ministerial order over the Norwich Northern Distributor Road, in not providing an action plan for a package of complementary transport measures.
David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II television series, which concluded with an unflinching look at how waste impacts on marine life, has helped put plastic packaging at the forefront of many people’s minds.
Two decades after building work started on the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) at Colney, we look back on what was heralded as the largest new hospital building programme in the history of the NHS.
As the future for Norwich’s Anglia Square is cast into the spotlight with news of revised proposals for the area’s regeneration, this paper is calling for 2018 to be the year of positive change for the north city location.
Tenants not getting deposits back, complaints about the landlords and the companies behind it all chased for £110,000 in unpaid bills - what is happening at one city apartment block? TOM BRISTOW and DOMINIC GILBERT report.
We asked the general election candidates in Norfolk and Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them today. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:
We asked the general election candidates in Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:
We asked the general election candidates in Norwich North to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:
We asked the general election candidates in Mid Norfolk to tell us why you should vote for them on Thursday, June 8. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:
With extra scrutiny placed on services for children in Norfolk, through this newspaper’s Fighting For Their Futures campaign, we asked all 17 councillors on the County Council’s children’s services committee questions about the department and its future.
Lent is traditionally a time when many of us will be giving up something, typically a foodstuff, whether that be chocolate, alcohol, etc. I hope that in Britain we might also be keen to give up something more important, namely wasting food.
Green councillors have called for Norwich City Council to drop its plans to charge for hazardous waste collection, calling the proposal “a false economy” which could end up costing the council far more in clean-up costs.
To lose one MP is a blow, but the departure of Labour rising star Tristram Hunt, the second MP in as many months to stand down, has prompted another round of Labour soul-searching – at a national level at least.
It is a rare green space in Norwich city centre, but this week the much-loved wooden bandstand in Chapelfield Gardens was vandalised. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE looks at how the outdoor area is used by residents, workers and visitors.
As the dust settles on a shock Liberal Democrat by-election result, Annabelle Dickson asks what it means for Brexit, the Lib Dems, Labour and Conservatives, and what it can tell us about next year’s local council elections.
The ‘rainbow’ alliance at Norfolk County Council has been thrown into doubt as the Green Party have threatened to withdraw support for Labour leader George Nobbs just days before he fights for re-election.
Waveney’s Liberal Democrats admitted they were “hammered” in Waveney’s parliamentary and local council elections – and hit out at the national party’s targeting strategy for damaging their vote in the area.
The decision over the future of Norwich’s Hewett School should be made locally, not by “a bunch of guys from Whitehall who do not know what they are talking about”, according to Labour’s shadow chancellor Ed Balls.