Residents and motorists in Diss may soon have to obey new parking rules in one of the town’s busiest roads.
A South Norfolk wheelchair rugby club continues to go from strength to strength as it looks forward to its first competitive fixture.
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.
There have been calls to re-route the main Norwich - Ipswich A140 around Long Stratton for more than 50 years.
One of the oldest buildings in Wymondham where 41 Tudor heraldic wall shields were discovered in its restoration is now for sale with the historic relics preserved behind glass.
A district is once again gearing up to ensure it is the cleanest and best maintained area it can possibly be.
More than 120 objections have been lodged against a controversial bid to build 165 homes in a village.
The public can now have their say on where they think more than 7,000 homes should be built in Norfolk.
In recent years headlines have been telling stories of girls missing school and mothers stealing sanitary products due to period poverty.
Two parishes could go completely dark if recommendations from a council report into street light provision are adopted.
A decision over whether to raise a town’s share of its council tax has been postponed - in a bid to try and keep the rise as low as possible.
Gym-goers are to benefit from a host of improvements as a leisure centre’s vision for a £2m expansion was given the green light.
More than 50 new homes could be built in a South Norfolk village.
A Norfolk business will find out if its hopes of expanding will be accepted by the council as planning permission is decided tomorrow, Wednesday, January 3.
Plans to refurbish a village’s leisure centre will be decided by South Norfolk Council on Wednesday.
A popular pub which was at risk of closure looks to have been saved after its tenants struck a deal to keep it open.
Gym-goers look set to benefit from a raft of improvements after a leisure centre’s vision for a £2m expansion was recommended for approval.
Children will be able to get involved in some festive fun at South Norfolk Council’s Kids Camp this Christmas.
Townsfolk are being urged not to put their cooking fats and oil down the drain this Christmas to reduce the number of blockages.
Children at a village primary school are pleading with parents to be mindful over parking to protect their safety.
Costessey residents have the opportunity to clear out their clutter in time for Christmas at South Norfolk Council’s Give and Take Reuse Event.
Townsfolk will be able to get to grips with superfast broadband at drop in sessions in Wymondham.
A backlash against changing a village boundary to make it part of a Norfolk town could result in the plan being dropped.
“Look before you book this Christmas, don’t let poor food hygiene ruin your work party”.
South Norfolk Council has been nominated for two awards.
Plans to build 150 homes in Poringland have been dubbed “unsatisfactory” and “unprofessional”.
Patients at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital are being offered a new service which will help them leave hospital as soon as they are ready and support them in their own homes.
Hundreds of people have taken the opportunity to recycle their unwanted items at an event organised by South Norfolk Council.
People can give away and find new textiles, furniture, books and board games at an upcoming reuse and recycle day.
Wymondham Rugby Football Club will not go ahead with plans to build an artificial grass pitch as part of its new grounds, which is under construction at a site just east of the town.
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