County Hall faces the threat of cyber attack tens of thousands of times every day, with around a dozen posing serious risks, officers have revealed.
Council officers have been urged not to use a well-known online encyclopaedia when preparing committee reports.
County councillors will soon be joining the likes of Jaack Maate, Tanya Burr and Ashen as local stars of YouTube, after live streaming proposals were given the thumbs up.
All the twists and turns of the council chamber could soon be available to watch from the comfort of your own laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Many of the county’s most vulnerable people are facing lives of isolation and social poverty, families have claimed, after councillors slashed their financial support.
A coastal theatre facing an uncertain future has been given a £70,000 lifeline by councillors.
The police and crime commissioner looks poised to take a seat on the board tasked with scrutinising the county’s fire service - after opting against taking on responsibility for it.
A coastal theatre could be facing its final curtain if council bosses do not intervene with financial support.
There are fears the county’s museums service will end the financial year in the red, after the sweltering summer saw people flocking outside rather than to the attractions.
The image of the heroic firefighter clambering up a tree to the aid of a calamitous kitten is one that has filled comic strips and cartoons for decades.
A village pub dating back to the 1700s looks set to be converted into houses, with council officers recommending the scheme go ahead.
The summer of 2018 was one of the hottest on record, bringing a sweltering spell and a real buzz to the region.
Tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant have been included in ambitious multi-million pound development plans for a Norfolk lakeside resort.
A new rapid charging point for electric cars in a key coastal car park will be fully operational by March, it is hoped.
The only elected members of the Broads Authority could be cast adrift as bosses look to trim the size of its board - in what has been described as “democracy in reverse”.
A Norfolk farmer and member of European parliament has told how he was embroiled in a major terrorist attack for the second time in two years.
A luxury tobacconist has accused a medical practice of wasting time and money by objecting to its plans to move into a former pub in Great Yarmouth.
A bid to equip toilets in council offices in Great Yarmouth with free sanitary products has been knocked back by the borough’s Conservative group.
Ambitious proposals for a new ‘water-themed’ leisure facility on the Great Yarmouth seafront have been rubber stamped by councillors.
Plans to revamp Great Yarmouth’s market place remain firmly on the council’s agenda, despite missing out in a crucial funding bid.
Mary Coleman’s successor as mayor of Great Yarmouth has been agreed by councillors.
A delayed motion looking to reduce period poverty in the Great Yarmouth borough is to be discussed once more by councillors.
Plans for a former pub to be turned into a luxury tobacconist have been put under fire by a nearby health centre, with bosses arguing it would “give out entirely the wrong message”.
A 19th century drainage mill is in line for a facelift, as the Broads Authority looks to call a halt to its deterioration.
The number of Norfolk schools reporting prejudice including racism and homophobia has increased, it can today be revealed - and Brexit is thought to be among the reasons.
Almost half of the people in the Great Yarmouth borough say they do not have enough time to exercise, a survey has claimed.
Successfully deciphering what might be implemented as a result of a council consultation can sometimes prove problematic.
Vulnerable people appealing decisions over disability benefits are being left in limbo for months waiting for their hearings.
An overhaul of the way national parks are governed could create a range of opportunities for the Broads, its chief executive has said.
Concerns that a proposed new system of working at County Hall could lead to a similar “debacle” as the aborted incinerator plan have been raised.