More mums giving birth at home, merging services between three Norfolk hospitals and treating more patients in the community.
The Girl on the Train steamed ahead of the opposition to be the most-borrowed book during a five-week campaign to get Norfolk adults reading.
Teenage parents across Norfolk will receive extra emotional and practical support from this autumn through a new one-to-one service.
People affected by cancer in Norfolk will have access to information and support, wherever they are based, due to a collaboration between three organisations.
”Now get on with it”. That is the message to Highways England about long-awaited improvement work on the A47.
A stop smoking scheme for Norfolk has been taken over by a new organisation, which will be using a mobile phone app and the internet to help people give up cigarettes.
Nearly £3m of taxpayers’ money has been used to pay off departing council staff in controversial settlements which include gagging orders.
An event designed to get more young people into care work was a success for two promising candidates in our region, as they secured jobs following challenging interviews.
Problem traffic lights that have been causing long tailbacks in Great Yarmouth are working again in time for tonight’s rush hour.
Relief is on the way for motorists simmering in traffic queues along Great Yarmouth’s Southtown Road.
Watchdogs confiscated more than 180,000 illegal cigarettes and some 110lbs of illicit rolling tobacco in Norfolk over the past 12 months, new figures have revealed.
For goodness sake! An accident on Breydon Bridge in Great Yarmouth and the whole town grounds to a halt. This is absolute nonsense.
Five years after a wall collapsed, narrowly avoiding a schoolboy, a stairwell has still not been repaired.
More than 320 miles of Norfolk roads will be re-surfaced this year as part of a £10.4m works programme.
A footpath which has been closed for nearly two years could take up to three years to reopen.
Mustard TV are inviting households in Norfolk to take part in a special show to help them reduce their food waste and save money.
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Strong warnings are today being sounded that one of the options for the long-awaited dualling of sections of the A47 would leave drivers facing major disruption.
Watchdogs have welcomed ‘decisive action’ to speed up improvement at the department which looks after Norfolk’s most vulnerable children.
Plans to rejuvenate the area around Great Yarmouth’s railway station have been given a seal of approval.
The lives of children with long-term medical problems are being put at risk because schools are failing to take care of them as well as they should, claims a group of charities.
Will the UK Independence Party (UKIP) exist in 2019, when Britain is due to cut its ties from the European Union? That was the key question for leader Paul Nuttall as he unveiled his six key tests to prove that “Brexit means exit”.
Road resurfacing work on a road in Gorleston will lead to two days of closures.
Tourism chiefs and seafront businesses have hit out at plans to impose parking charges during the winter months in Great Yarmouth.
A parking war has broken out in Great Yarmouth after controversial plans to impose all year round fees along the seafront were discussed at a heated meeting.
Holiday hotspots along the east coast could go the same way as Pontins in Hemsby as borough council tax hikes hit home.
Plans to create a 20mph speed zone along Gorleston High Street will click into gear next week when preparatory work starts on the project.
Solar panels, a wind turbine and its own food produce company. These are just three of the things that have made a Martham school worthy winners in this year’s Eco Awards.
Since 2003 Norfolk County Council has invested close to £4m towards a third river crossing for Great Yarmouth,
We agree to underwrite the funds for Great Yarmouth’s third crossing.
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