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More than £200,000 is to be spent on a new housing scheme for older people - as council bosses wrestle with a way to provide the 3,000 extra care places desperately needed over the next decade.

A Norfolk MP has said it is an "outrage" that parliament has been denied the opportunity to take control of Brexit, as the prime minister rounded on representatives in a televised statement.

People in Norwich are to be urged to leave their cars at home, after the city declared it will hold a car free day in the autumn.

A Norfolk MP has said the prime minister has "very little authority left" after the House of Commons ruled out leaving the EU with no deal.

People living in Norwich estates "plagued" by problems with drugs and anti-social behaviour have been urged to "reclaim the streets".

The east of England will get the smallest share of a £1.6bn government fund to boost run-down towns after Brexit.

People in Norwich will pay 2.99pc more in council tax to City Hall in the year ahead.

Norwich MP Clive Lewis has called Jeremy Corbyn's announcement that the Labour party will back moves for a second EU referendum in the coming weeks as a "hugely positive step."

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Norwich MP Clive Lewis has condemned "the very real problem of left-wing anti-Semitism" in a debate in Parliament.

A cross-party group of MPs have called for a meeting with the chancellor - because they fear Norfolk County Council will have to axe more key services without a better government deal.

A call has been made for more to be done to stop cyclists riding on Norwich pavements where shared use is not allowed, with councillors urging riders to use dedicated routes.

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The Conservative Party must be ready to take on "nimby" home-owners to get more houses built and drive prices down, South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss has said.

A pension equality group will welcome a Norwich MP to answer questions at their next meeting.

Eleventh hour efforts are to be made to amend Norfolk County Council's budget, in the hope it could head off the closure of at least some of the children's centres facing the axe.

A final, emotional, plea for a rethink has been made by parents of children with disabilities who would lose out because of care cost changes.

A "first step" in bringing trams back to the streets of Norwich has been taken, with City Hall agreeing to lobby the government to help make it happen.

North Walsham Town Council has passed a motion of no confidence in one of its councillors over allegations of bullying, harassment and not "working as part of the team".

Worried parents of people with learning disablities are urging councillors not to make changes which would increase what their children have to pay towards care.

The ambitious vision of trams one day shuttling through the city centre is to be discussed by city councillors next week.

As MPs prepare to thrash out the details of Brexit in parliament once again, our reporters took to the streets of Great Yarmouth, Cromer, King's Lynn, and Norwich to find out what people thought of progress, how they voted in 2016 , and if they would vote differently now.

The financial black hole at Norfolk County Council has soared to a 'cliff edge' £70m, with the leader warning tough decisions lie ahead unless the government makes pledges over future funding.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has called Norfolk County Council proposals to provide services despite closing a number of children's centre a "con".

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has spoken out to back a second referendum just hours before Theresa May puts her Brexit deal to the Commons.

Norwich's manufacturing industry has been dealt another blow as it was announced 200 jobs were set to go at a business with nearly 100 years of history in the city.

A "heat map" of vulnerable areas is to be used to help gambling companies determine where to apply for new premises, as the city council updated its policy for the first time in more than a decade.

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