Electric vehicle charging points have been switched on at car parks in Long Stratton and Wymondham with drivers being offered the chance to power up for free until the end of March.
A scheme helping developers sidestep paying millions towards local projects has again been lamented by one of the region’s councils.
Schools and community groups in South Norfolk are being urged to join a district wide spring clean.
Former Norwich City captain Grant Holt will be guest of honour at the kick off of a new artificial football pitch in Wymondham.
A village that defeated a controversial bid for 52 new homes two years ago could be facing another battle as plans are lodged with the council.
The grim extent of Norfolk’s litter problem has been highlighted as a pair of volunteers cleared 25kg of waste from a single country lay-by.
The summer of 2018 was one of the hottest on record, bringing a sweltering spell and a real buzz to the region.
Community beer festivals in South Norfolk are being offered a grant to stage performances including theatre, comedy and poetry.
A council which mistakenly allowed vans and bin lorries on the road for three months without valid MOTs has to date escaped punishment.
Around 1,000 sanitary products have been donated by local Co-ops stores to a South Norfolk scheme that supports women on low incomes that is celebrating its first year.
Concerns have been raised about a “confusing” planning application for almost 200 new homes in an expanding Norfolk village.
Electric car charging points are set to be installed in car parks across South Norfolk.
Proposals for new houses on fields in Tacolneston have been given the go-ahead by planners despite opposition from homeowners who fear it will add to problems with flooding.
South Norfolk has become the first rural district in East Anglia to offer every home and business access to broadband download speeds of at least 10Mbps, the district council have said.
Plans for an obstacle course close to the Thickthorn roundabout have been recommended for approval by council officers.
Workers sweeping up the aftermath of autumn’s leaves are appealing for households to let them know where pavements have been left ankle deep or dangerously slippery.
Voting in South Norfolk Council’s Business Awards, celebrating the economic success of the district, is now open.
Plans to build new town council offices, costing more than £2 million, have been given the go ahead by Wymondham Town Council.
Affordable housing arrangements around two planning applications in the same village have been left up in the air, after one of the proposals was rejected.
One of the best known Norfolk-based brands can gear up to expand its base, after the first phase of its scheme was approved.
Ambitious plans to transform the Lotus factory into a must-see destination for motor enthusiasts could be given the green light by councillors today.
Landlords facing fines of up to £30,000 for failing to comply with new rules governing multiple occupancy houses are being offered an amnesty if they apply for a licence before the end of this month.
A 21-metre broadband mast to be built in the south Norfolk countryside has been approved by planners despite objections that it would be a blot on the landscape.
Survey results have revealed which Norfolk district has the fittest residents.
Households are being warned they may need to change the day they put out their brown bin for collection.
People could soon be being put through their paces on an outdoor boot camp if plans to convert a meadow near Hethersett into an assault course are approved.
Public birthday celebrations could become an annual occurrence for Norfolk car maker Lotus as it seeks views on its recent 70th anniversary event.
The first joint managing director of two Norfolk councils has been confirmed.
The new top officer who looks set to head up two Norfolk councils, with a salary of about £160,000 has been announced.
Recycling banks designed to stop cooking oil and other fats going unnecessarily down the drain causing fatbergs are to be removed due to people dumping hazardous items.
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