Buses in Norfolk suffer more delays than the national average - but the boss of one local company has said it is a "miracle" so many of the county's services do run on time.
Offenders in Norfolk could be subject to drug testing in custody in a bid to identify users and reduce crime.
Firefighters in Norfolk are taking almost one minute longer, on average, to attend the most serious fires than they were five years ago, new figures reveal.
A pledge by the new Prime Minister to increase police numbers has been welcomed by Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), who says he is optimistic the county will benefit.
Two Norfolk towns have been awarded £150,000 each to develop plans for reviving their ailing high streets.
Councils across the region are hoping their high street woes will be relieved by getting a share of a government fund for revitalising town centres - but competition is stiff for a slice of the £675m.