Transport for some of Norfolk’s vulnerable people is to be taken away, with councillors saying they will be handed more freedom if they use public transport instead.
Questions are today being asked about why the woman in charge of turning around our two largest health bodies - both of which are failing - will not speak out about the changes planned.
A Norwich MP has branded two of Norfolk’s NHS organisations as “just not good enough” after both received unsatisfactory inspection reports.
Plans to halve the £10m budget for Norfolk’s children’s centre services have taken a step forward.
Pressure is mounting for controversial cuts to bus subsidies in Norfolk to be ditched, with calls for a proposed council tax increase to be used to stave off the saving.
The first move has been made in the bid to reverse the controversial decision by councillors to award themselves big increases in their allowances.
Seven MPs from across Norfolk and Suffolk met with mental health bosses to thrash out an action plan for recovery.
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