A merger bringing the region's five clinical commissioning groups (CCG) together as one is set to go ahead.
A bitter row over pay conditions could result in scores of gritter drivers going on strike - just as the cold winter looms.
Thousands of jobs are to be lost and the holidays of even more thrown into disarray as tour company Thomas Cook has confirmed it has fallen into liquidation.
The worst fears about the future of Thomas Cook have been confirmed as the firm collapsed into compulsory liquidation.
Details of how the former home of a rugby club could make way for homes have finally been revealed - almost three years to the day after a planning inspector ruled the scheme can go ahead.
Scores of children are expected to take to the streets tomorrow to make their voices heard over climate change fears.
Money saving tips offered by Norfolk County Council to families who have seen their financial support slashed have been slammed as "demeaning and insulting".
"Please, please, please be careful on our roads and drive to arrive."
Schools have only been back a few days, the cricket season is still running on and there are still more than 100 days left to Christmas.
The leader of the Labour party has told supporters he is "utterly determined" to win Norwich North after making it a key election target.
A £4m expansion of a Norfolk school which will see it almost double in size is poised to get the go ahead this week.
Towering mobile phone masts could be on the horizon as government ministers look set to relax planning restrictions over them.
The future of several more of the county's axed children's centres is to be agreed this week, as their October closing dates edge nearer.
Norfolk is set to feel the heat this Bank Holiday Monday, with temperatures potentially soaring as high as 33C.
One of the busiest routes out of the county is set to see three months of overnight closures beginning next month.
A care worker failed to notice a man she was looking after had died - and told his wife he was sleeping.
Plans for a new forest school and day nursery near a Norfolk town have been given the go ahead by councillors.
All but three of Norfolk's libraries could be accessible without a librarian by the end of the year, as the roll-out of 'open libraries' continues.
Plans to set up a new forest school which will home its own alpacas are poised to get the go ahead.
Council bosses are facing two months of work to identify how £40m of cuts can be made - which will see its savings over the past decade soar past the £400m mark.
An exodus of nursing staff, care home closures and beds being lost are heaping pressure on the county's care services, a report has warned.
A new £153m road connecting the Northern Distributor Road to the A47 is "simply unaffordable and unjustifiable".
A bid to remove prayers from council chamber in Norfolk has been backed by a national campaign to separate the church from the state.
Staff at council workplaces faced abuse more than once a day last year, on average - with teachers receiving the vast majority.
Museums, council offices and youth centres have been included in 27 new places which will soon provide sanitary products free of charge.
It was the home of the eccentric flying legend and James Bond stuntman Wing Commander Kenneth Wallis - the man who soared through the air in machines of his own building.
The murky political climate has left County Hall finances officers unclear whether they need to save £11m or £70m in the next three years.
A businessman who was booted off the Broads Authority less than a year ago has been appointed back to the body - as a local authority member.
A council has taken action to cut back on its paper usage after years of using an estimated 13,500 sheets every time its planning committee met.
A farmer who has repeatedly ignored council orders to remove caravans from his land
has been left with a hefty court bill.