Construction could begin next year on three new roundabouts within a 15 mile stretch of the A140 after plans were submitted for a second scheme on the main Norwich to Ipswich road.
An Anglo-Saxon gold treasure unearthed by a student while metal-detecting in Norfolk has been named the UK’s museum acquisition of the year in a national poll.
One of the county’s worst performing healthcare trusts could merge with Norfolk’s best in a bid to bring together care in the community.
The days when drinking was part of being a professional footballer are gone, says Darren Eadie.
On cold winter nights, most people are wrapped up in a blanket and sipping a hot drink. But while we sleep, a team of up to 56 gritters are out in the early hours keeping Norfolk’s roads safe.
A county councillor has thanked residents for putting up with ‘painful’ council works in Diss, and said that around £1m has been spent on the town this year.
Sky-high fares, an unreliable service, and cheaper alternative transport options are all being blamed for a significant drop in rail passengers in Great Yarmouth over the last five years.
A man in his 30s has been arrested by police following an incident that saw firearms officers and trained negotiators called to a quiet street in a South Norfolk village.
Libraries around Norfolk are inviting people in for free tea and a friendly chat to help combat loneliness.
An Anglo-Saxon gold treasure unearthed by a student while metal-detecting in Norfolk is in the running to be named the UK’s museum acquisition of the year.
Perhaps it’s time to tell someone how you’re really feeling, starting with the barber.
The squeeze on library services across the region as councils face financial pressures has been revealed by analysis of government figures.
A hard-hitting play hoping to effect a reduction in the numbers of injuries and fatalities on Norfolk’s roads will be performed in schools around the county.
For children with learning and physical difficulties, and their parents, a group like Musical Keys can help in many ways.
Former Norwich City footballer Darren Eadie opens up about his own battles with mental health and tells men who may be struggling - talk about it.
Norfolk County Council is warning people to be aware of cold callers pretending to represent trading standards who are using ‘gift card scams’ involving the purchasing of fake vouchers.
Businesses in Diss say their income has been hit by delayed works to upgrade a pedestrian crossing that have been causing congestion.
Market Hill in Diss town centre has been closed for essential electrical repairs by UK Power Networks.
More than 1,000 Norfolk residents have taken part in a consultation to have their say on council plans to close 46 children’s centres.
Drivers passing through Mere Street to Victoria Road will be greeted by the sight of two soldiers in a field of poppies as of Tuesday, November 6.
Road works to create a pedestrian and cycle crossing on Victoria Road in Diss have been causing disruption in the town.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has announced that he will not be seeking re-election when his term ends in 2020.
As Norfolk County Council consult on proposals to potentially close 46 of the county’s 53 children’s centres, Conor Matchett spoke with women whose lives were turned around by the work of the centres in one of Norfolk’s most deprived towns.
The search continues for eco heroes to enter this year’s Eco Awards to win cash prizes and tablet devices.
Young people in a Norfolk Fire & Rescue youth development course have been sprucing up sites across the county as part of a new programme.
Norfolk’s gritters are on standby as the Winter weather moves into the county.
A “big decision” has been made for Norfolk County Council to borrow £120m to build up to four new schools for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Jeremy Corbyn will join the fight to protect Norfolk’s children’s centres during a visit to the county this weekend.
Plans on how to spend £4.2m to help with health and social care winter pressures in Norfolk - which was dubbed a ‘sticking plaster’ by a leading councillor - have been revealed.
Works to improve a busy pedestrian crossing for cyclists lasting two weeks will begin on Monday, November 5.
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