Council bosses are facing two months of work to identify how £40m of cuts can be made - which will see its savings over the past decade soar past the £400m mark.
Broads bosses say they are powerless to remove a boat which has been left dormant in the water for the best part of a year.
An exodus of nursing staff, care home closures and beds being lost are heaping pressure on the county's care services, a report has warned.
The long and dry summer brought about a 20pc spike in the number of blazes Norfolk's firefighters were called to tackle in the past year.
A long-running saga over a footpath linking a village into the Broads has edged a step closer to ending.
A new chairman has been elected by members of the Broads Authority; though the body has been criticised for the way the vote was held.
The only museum devoted entirely to arguably Norfolk's greatest hero is set to close down at the end of the year.
A bid to remove prayers from council chamber in Norfolk has been backed by a national campaign to separate the church from the state.
Revised plans to revamp a derelict Broads marina site with new homes and houseboats are poised to be given the go ahead.
Staff at council workplaces faced abuse more than once a day last year, on average - with teachers receiving the vast majority.
Museums, council offices and youth centres have been included in 27 new places which will soon provide sanitary products free of charge.
Fresh from a £2.7m revamp, a coastal tourist attraction has been offered up as a place to pay tribute to a departed loved one - at a cost.
Reports that plans for a landmark visitor centre in the heart of the Broads have been put on hold have been denied, despite bosses admitting its future depends entirely on new funding being found.
A pike fishing club in Norfolk is hoping a make a big statement in the conservation of the fish - by banning its members from pike fishing.
A multi-million pound replacement leisure centre is hoped to be the beginning of greater things for a Norfolk seafront.
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The murky political climate has left County Hall finances officers unclear whether they need to save £11m or £70m in the next three years.
A businessman who was booted off the Broads Authority less than a year ago has been appointed back to the body - as a local authority member.
Families enjoying the heights and sounds of one of the county's most adventurous tourist attractions may soon also be able to camp overnight a stone's throw away.
A measure allowing police officers to confiscate drink from people in Great Yarmouth has seen the number of alcohol-related incidents in the town cut by a third in three years.
A building which for more than 200 years served as a village pub has been spared a future as housing.
An alien species of mammal is threatening the ecosystem of the region's waters, it has been warned.
A Conservative councillor sparked angry cries from the public gallery after claiming people use food banks to "top up their larders".
An artistic rollerskating club has been assured its 10th anniversary gala will go ahead - despite the venue potentially closing down before the big day.
A new leader has been elected to Great Yarmouth Borough Council - and with him the promise of a new system of governance.
The long-awaited fate of Great Yarmouth's Marina Centre is due to be settled at an extraordinary council meeting next month.
The number of Broads visitors finding themselves in troubled waters reached a 10-year high in the past 12 months - a report has revealed.
Refused plans to build 71 homes close to a school in Gorleston could be revived at appeal.
The Broads Authority is on the hunt for its second new chairman in the space of a year, following the deselection of its current one.
More than 1,500 people have signed a petition calling for a new location to be found for a multi-million pound leisure facility in Great Yarmouth.
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