Plans for the long-awaited £31m bypass at Long Stratton have moved a step closer with local communities being consulted on the details ahead of modified plans being submitted.
Hopes of a new swimming pool and leisure centre being built in Diss have been raised following improvements in Wymondham and Long Stratton.
The uncertain future of a Norfolk town's public toilets has finally been resolved with it set to be refurbished after being saved following a public outcry.
Street lights in Diss are set to be replaced with energy efficient LED lamps using smart technology as part of a deal done with Suffolk County Council.
The social enterprise behind Norwich's Cafe Britannia is in talks to redevelop Long Stratton's public toilet building into a takeaway, deli and retail unit.
Norfolk is about to get a new town added to the map when the villagers of Long Stratton officially become townsfolk.
Plans to build 148 homes and a new primary school in a village that had drawn more than 250 objections have been withdrawn by developers.
The finishing touches are still being completed but the first visitors have had a first glimpse inside the major £2 million expansion and improvement to a Norfolk town leisure centre.
An ambitious double winning Norfolk football club has scored another major goal in its development plans after being granted permission to install floodlights.
Plans have been submitted to more than double the size of a shop in Diss despite the pressures facing high street retailers.
Work on new £588,000 community sports pavilion in Long Stratton is set to start replacing a demolished old timber building that had been home to sports clubs since 1969.
More than 900 people collected almost 2,000 bags of rubbish and recycling in a record number of litter picks in 2018.
Households south of the county border will see their council tax bills increase after Mid Suffolk Council agreed a two per cent rise from April, equivalent to £3.26 for a Band D property.
Council tax bills are to rise by 3.4pc in South Norfolk, with a council leader insisting: "You are always better off with the Conservatives."
Activists from a climate change campaign group have demanded South Norfolk Council declare a climate emergency.
An inaugural awards show has celebrated the variety and success of businesses in the south of Norfolk.
Two new tipples 'ice cider' and 'spicy fire cider vinegar' made by the Harleston Cider Co have just scooped an award.
A food enthusiast who spent years selling food at music festivals is to turn a former delicatessen in Harleston into a café specialising in vegan food.
It is almost 170 years since the first public toilet was opened in the UK. Yet in many parts it has become harder to spend a penny because of the closure of council-run toilets.
Parish councillors in Long Stratton have launched a community petition over controversial plans to turn public toilets into shops.
Taxi companies could be forced to install CCTV under measures to bring licensing laws that differ widely across Norfolk up to date.
Gym-goers will from next month be staying fit in gleaming new surroundings after the opening date was revealed for a Norfolk town leisure centre that has undergone a major £2 million renovation.
Fears that the 'slab' of planned modern apartments overlooking Diss Mere will tower over an award-winning community garden have seen the town council and a heritage watchdog object.
A woman's dream home turned into a nightmare after her shower was flooded with faeces and her toilets constantly flushed - leaving her facing huge water bills.
A petition launched by shopkeepers fed up of town centre parking woes has gained hundreds of signatures.
Plans for a station bus link could cause more problems for residents than solutions, councillors have said.
A major pub chain has been knocked back in its latest attempt to develop land around one of its Norfolk locations.
A national pub chain's will discover whether its latest bid to build a hotel and retail development on the outskirts of a Norfolk town has been a success today.
Revived plans for storage and workman's toilets at Diss cemetery that had drawn opposition from neighbouring residents have been withdrawn for a second time.
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