Gym-goers have been given a glimpse of what to expect from a major £2m expansion and improvement to a Norfolk town leisure centre.
Two Norfolk MPs have visited the site of the county’s new children’s hospice.
Households are being warned they may need to change the day they put out their brown bin for collection.
Plans to build an eco-house close to Dickleburgh Moor have been refused because the development would have been out of keeping with the open nature of the location.
New plans have been submitted for a storage building and workman’s toilets at a Norfolk cemetery despite previous proposals being dropped amid public opposition.
Plans have been approved to restore an imposing Grade II listed building that once served as a post office and bank back into a single eight bedroom family house.
Plans to build a house on stilts on the banks of the river between Norfolk and Suffolk have been revived a year after being rejected by planners.
A Beccles pub has been named as the best in the area after seeing off fiercy competition, just a year after reopening.
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.
The owners of a former burial ground could revive plans to build on the land despite bodies remaining in the ground.
A parish council has branded as ‘reckless and irresponsible’ plans for pedestrians to share the road with traffic around a blind bend leading to and from a new housing estate.
Planners are investigating whether the Diocese of Norwich breached planning rules when it chopped down trees in a Norfolk village.
Plans to build 52 new homes on two fields at the edge of Long Stratton have been rejected by councillors despite being recommended for approval.
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.
Work to build a new JD Wetherspoon pub next to Diss Mere may not start this year after the national chain submitted revised plans.
Roadworks don’t usually raise a smile but a warning to motorists about resurfacing in a Norfolk town has left residents chuckling.
Plans to demolish the disused building of a former veterinary practice and build bungalows have been submitted to South Norfolk Council.
From stately rooms in grand houses to steam engines and our industrial heritage, a diverse range of South Norfolk attractions are to throw open their doors during this year’s Heritage Open Days.
People fed up with feral chickens have today launched ‘Operation Chicken’ in an attempting to catch some of the 200 plus birds which have taken over the streets around their Norfolk homes.
Plans to rebuild part of a Grade II listed Norfolk mansion that was damaged by a wartime bomb have been approved by planners.
Plans for 148 homes and a school which residents have called “immoral” have been submitted to South Norfolk Council.
Plans have been submitted to restore an imposing Grade II listed building that once served as a post office and bank back to a family house.
A Norfolk village plans to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War by adding the names of two men to its war memorial.
The saga over the Diss chickens has taken another twist after a resident in the area raised health concerns and said her estate was being “overrun” by them.
Chickens living in a market town housing estate in Norfolk have hit the headlines, but as their numbers continue to rise residents are asking “what will happen to our chickens?”.
The owner of a boarding kennels where the incessant barking and howling of dogs became a serious nuisance will have to cut the number of animals kept there.
A lifeguard programme set-up in South Norfolk has proved a success after youngster learnt valuable life lessons.
Some youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds do not get a chance to enjoy some of the simple things in life like going swimming.
A Norfolk town has been able to order a defibrillator after a community group donation.
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