The first residents have moved into new affordable homes in Narborough, near Swaffham, which are part of a £4.3 million investment project.
Work to improve the Buttercross in Swaffham will modernise the town centre and bring it into the 21st century, the town council clerk has said.
Breckland Council is encouraging district landlords to apply for a new licence in order to ensure houses in the area are fit for purpose.
Developers have launched a fresh bid to build 180 homes next to an ancient woodland rooted in folklore.
Football, rugby and tennis may still be popular choices of sport for young people in Norfolk, but those taking part in Breckland Council’s Kids Multi Sport Summer Camps have been able to try their hand at something slightly different.
The Norfolk Day celebrations have begun at Breckland Council with the raising of the Norfolk flag.
Breckland Council have announced they will be investing £1.5 million in a range of community projects.
High-flying flags of St George, a possible big screen for the final and even a pledge to name new roads after players.
The launch of the Breckland Business Forum saw MP George Freeman declare that he believes the district could become the home of growing technology companies.
A landmark environmental centre, which helped to educate school children across the Norfolk about food, energy and transport, has suddenly announce it will close after nearly 20 years.
Tributes were today continuing to be paid following the death of former Norfolk County Council leader Cliff Jordan.
A new service is being launched to provide support to residents when the new benefits system is rolled out.
A fast growing lottery launched by a Norfolk council could contribute up to £30,000 to charitable causes by the end of the year.
Breckland Council has elected Richard Duffield as its new chairman.
I always knew football fans take the sport seriously - but this week we found out just how much.
Breckland Council’s Cabinet has drafted new measures to help improve air quality in Swaffham.
There was one particular headline which caught my eye this week - and for once I have to admit it wasn’t one of our own.
I had to have a chuckle at this week’s furore surrounding Breckland Council.
More than 100 people entered a prize draw to win a hamper at the launch event of a new initiative to promote local and independent shops.
A council which has launched a scheme to protect local business has been told it ought to practice what it is preaching, as it has been revealed it heavily relies on major brands itself.
Independent shops in Breckland are fighting back against the national chains in an attempt to entice people back to their local high street.
Another local authority has thrown its weight behind the Just Dual It campaign.
An innovative new scheme to help independent shops in Norfolk fight back against multi-national chains is set to be launched.
Attempted car break-ins and reports of suspicious activity have left residents in a Norfolk market town feeling concerned that they are facing a growing crime problem.
Villagers have raised concerns over a bid to build an organic free range egg production unit for thousands of hens.
Breckland has become the first district council to launch a lottery where proceeds will be donated towards good causes in the community.
A council in Norfolk has created a fund to support organisations and communities that wish to stage events that conserve the heritage of the First World War.
Amid challenging times for the high street a council has launched a rate relief scheme to encourage more retail firms into market towns.
An internationally acclaimed singer will take to the stage in a series of daytime performances across Norfolk.
Cabinet meetings held by Breckland Council are set to be held in public locations outside of the main council offices.
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