Hundreds of social action projects and community activities across Norfolk can now be easily accessed online thanks to the launch of a new digital map.
Norfolk County Council is in line for some big changes before you next go to the polls to choose your representative at County Hall.
As the size of Norfolk grows, so too must the number of school places for its children. Bethany Whymark reports on a council vision for the future of schools.
Public opinion will not be the sole influencing factor for the county council when deciding how to connect the Norwich Northern Distributor Road (NDR) with the A47.
A proposed charter calling on organisations to stamp out mass balloon and sky lantern releases has taken a step closer to becoming a reality.
A brand new link road aiming to reduce town centre traffic in Attleborough will be built as part of proposals for 4,000 homes.
They can create marvellous spectacles for the most memorable of occasions, as they drift into the skies.
Help Syrian refugees feel at home in Norfolk by donating furniture and household items.
More than 10,000 items worth more than £90,000 have gone missing, been lost or stolen from Norfolk’s libraries in the past year.
A Norfolk library is to close - but will reopen after moving to a new home shared with other services.
County councillors are poised for another pay rise next month - just over a year after controversially voting to increase their allowances by 11pc.
The east of England will get the smallest share of a £1.6bn government fund to boost run-down towns after Brexit.
Seventeen care homes look likely to be sold by Norfolk County Council - for just £1 each.
People in Norfolk have paid more than half a million in library fines over the past four years - and almost 50,000 books, CDs and DVDs have never been returned, new figures have revealed.
Only one district council in the county has decided not to increase its share of council tax for the upcoming year, as taxpayers in the rest of Norfolk will see increases of up to £8.
Ambulance response times in Norfolk have steadily climbed since the start of the new year, with health chiefs blaming difficulties in recruiting emergency staff.
Virtual sexual health clinics, webchats, and ordering contraception online - those are just three ways it is hoped sexual health services in Norfolk will be overhauled as part of a new review.
A Norfolk library is likely to move to a new home shared with other services - and other libraries in the county could make similar switches.
Look out for the early symptoms of cancer as early intervention does make a difference, says sportsman and ex city footballer Darren Eadie
A pension fund which covers many of Norfolk’s public services invested more than £1m in a pharmaceutical firm which has been accused of “holding the NHS to ransom” by the health secretary.
The message is going out to domestic abusers that “things need to change” as a series of hard-hitting films have been released today.
A night of celebrating some of Norfolk’s care heroes went off with a bang for the sixth time.
A mum-of-four who wants to turn part of a village meadow into a traveller site for her family has been met with fierce opposition.
Councils have been criticised for spending millions on awards.
Council tax bills are set to rise in Breckland after an increase was approved by councillors.
Council tax bills are to rise by 3.4pc in South Norfolk, with a council leader insisting: “You are always better off with the Conservatives.”
Families have made a desperate plea to stop motorists driving the wrong way down town centre roads after a layout change.
Norfolk’s alcohol crisis is today deepening, as drink-related deaths have hit a 10-year high in Norwich and almost 60 people a day in Norfolk are being admitted to hospital with conditions linked to booze.
Norfolk County Council will set its muiti-million pound budget today, which is likely to add almost 3pc more to people’s council tax bills.
A Norfolk MP’s call for home-owners to have less power to object against housing developments has been branded “hypocritical” and “insulting”.
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