It is rumoured that Norfolk County Council are looking in the latest spending round to maybe cut subsidies for local bus services.
Road bosses have put in plans to restrict part of a Gorleston road to motorists and introduce 30mph limits to the surrounding area.
The big quarry question has resurfaced as an extraction firm submits new plans that would rip up a forest in Fritton.
A call has been made to end massive pay outs to public sector bosses when they leave organisations – often to reappear in similar roles merely months later at another agency.
A Labour councillor refused to back his own party’s motion over controversial proposals to close a Great Yarmouth school.
Two schools in Gorleston are shut today.
Drivers face more disruption as the latest phase of major roadworks scheme are set to begin.
More than 27 years of a charity’s mental health services in Norfolk are to come to an end.
More details about a plan to extend the life of a quarry are set to emerge over tea and cake at a public meeting.
Working together will be the only way to tackle the gap left between dwindling budgets and growing healthcare needs, a new report has claimed.
It’s an issue that divides the driving world.
Should older drivers be tested to see if they are safe enough to be behind the wheel - and if so, when?
Social isolation can be as harmful to health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and with 21,000 people in Norfolk over the age of 65 lonely all or most of the time, efforts are today being made to combat the problem.
A chorus of “save our school” echoed through the streets as parents, pupils and teachers marched against the closure of their school.
More flesh has been put on the bones of the plan to overhaul the region’s healthcare services.
A platform is set to be removed from Great Yarmouth station as part of resignalling plans.
Motorists look to have offset the worst of the anticipated problems at a major transport scheme by making other plans or changing their routes.
A carers’ organisation has suggested family carers in Norfolk need to keep up-to-date with technology to make caring easier.
An ambitious vision to create 88,000 jobs, boost the Norfolk and Suffolk’s economy by £17.5bn and encourage 30,000 new businesses has been unveiled.
A multi-million pound transport scheme is the first in a series of improvements with the aim of regenerating Great Yarmouth.
More illegal tobacco was seized in one Great Yarmouth haul this week, than had previously been amassed in the county this year to date.
A group of concerned councillors have added their support for calls to save a Great Yarmouth school from closing.
Action has been demanded to make roads in the Cobholm area of Great Yarmouth safer after a girl was injured in an accident.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care on the roads this morning as Storm Aileen brings gusts of up to 60mph to the region.
Norfolk is bracing itself for gale-force winds tonight coinciding with the arrival of Storm Aileen.
An investigation will be launched into the exclusion policy at Great Yarmouth Charter Academy, after concerns were raised it could conflict with national guidance.
A theatre, sailing base and near-vacant office block are among 20 sites due to be sold off by a cash-strapped council to save costs.
Children with emerging mental health issues are to receive earlier support, thanks to a new service launching in Norfolk.
People living near the proposed site of a new river crossing face more uncertainty over the future of where they live.
A £3.5m scheme to improve journeys in and out of Great Yarmouth is set to begin in just over a week.
Businesses will have access to a wealth of advice and opportunities at a free business surgery at Beacon Park in Gorleston.
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