Norfolk County Council is in line for some big changes before you next go to the polls to choose your representative at County Hall.
Diverse businesses across Norfolk including antique dealerships and a beer giant could be set to benefit from improved signposting, after County Hall agreed to update one of its policies.
Scores of communities across Norfolk are to benefit from more than £390,000 of transport investment from the county council.
A proposed charter calling on organisations to stamp out mass balloon and sky lantern releases has taken a step closer to becoming a reality.
They can create marvellous spectacles for the most memorable of occasions, as they drift into the skies.
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.
County councillors are poised for another pay rise next month - just over a year after controversially voting to increase their allowances by 11pc.
A £161m dual carriageway connecting the Northern Distributor Road with the A47 is set to be backed by Breckland Council this morning.
County Hall faces the threat of cyber attack tens of thousands of times every day, with around a dozen posing serious risks, officers have revealed.
Council officers have been urged not to use a well-known online encyclopaedia when preparing committee reports.
County councillors will soon be joining the likes of Jaack Maate, Tanya Burr and Ashen as local stars of YouTube, after live streaming proposals were given the thumbs up.
All the twists and turns of the council chamber could soon be available to watch from the comfort of your own laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Many of the county’s most vulnerable people are facing lives of isolation and social poverty, families have claimed, after councillors slashed their financial support.
The police and crime commissioner looks poised to take a seat on the board tasked with scrutinising the county’s fire service - after opting against taking on responsibility for it.
There are fears the county’s museums service will end the financial year in the red, after the sweltering summer saw people flocking outside rather than to the attractions.
The image of the heroic firefighter clambering up a tree to the aid of a calamitous kitten is one that has filled comic strips and cartoons for decades.
The summer of 2018 was one of the hottest on record, bringing a sweltering spell and a real buzz to the region.
Two planning decisions approved in Breckland were brought back to committee this week, after members of the public threatened the council with judicial reviews.
The number of Norfolk schools reporting prejudice including racism and homophobia has increased, it can today be revealed - and Brexit is thought to be among the reasons.
Successfully deciphering what might be implemented as a result of a council consultation can sometimes prove problematic.
Vulnerable people appealing decisions over disability benefits are being left in limbo for months waiting for their hearings.
Concerns that a proposed new system of working at County Hall could lead to a similar “debacle” as the aborted incinerator plan have been raised.
Discussions around how Norfolk could be impacted by Brexit has been put on hold, due to the ever-changing situation in Westminster.
Norfolk police could be in danger of hitting “an historic low” in officer numbers, if the government goes through with plans to change the way police pensions are paid.
Thousands more Norfolk drivers have been hit with parking tickets in the last year, it can be revealed.
A father whose two sons rely on one of the 46 children’s centres under threat of closure has urged people to make their voices heard over the controversial proposals.
Ever since that fateful day in June 2016, questions have been asked over just what the people of the United Kingdom - and Norfolk - had voted for.
Norwich City has hinted that more stars of the music world could soon be heading to Carrow Road, after a licensing bid was submitted.
A new approach focusing on prevention before the need for serious intervention is being adopted by those responsible for caring for the county’s most vulnerable children.
Norfolk’s chief constable has admitted the county’s rate of solving domestic abuse and rape crimes do not make good reading - with just one in 16 of the latter solved.
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