Fears pre-school education in Norfolk is facing a "dangerous" funding gap have been raised after £2.5m of early years money was set aside for other education priorities.
Areas of "rural deprivation" are affecting Norfolk's children's struggle to achieve basic skills, a councillor has warned.
Norwich has one of the country's highest number of office-to-flat conversions under planning laws which say developers don't need council permission, figures show.
Charges for boaters on Norfolk's waterways have risen, with fees for petrol and diesel-run crafts higher than unpowered, hybrid or electric vessels, the Broads Authority has said.
A council leader has disclosed that land he and his father help promote for development is being considered as part of a vision for where thousands of new homes could be built in the next two decades.
People living near a Norfolk development of hundreds of new homes have accused a national building firm of being "bullies" and trapping them in "hell".
Plans to hold a series of council meetings behind closed doors - which will see the public barred from discussions about two local authorities working jointly - have been blasted as "appalling".
New school places will still be provided in growing areas, a council has insisted, despite data forecasting an education funding shortfall of almost £74m.
Rising numbers of families are seeking help for children with special needs, but thousands are being denied assistance, a national investigation has found.
Plans for more than a dozen new homes in a Norfolk village are set for approval early next year.
Almost 4,000 properties in Norfolk have sat empty for more than six months in the past year, figures have revealed.
A council leader has been treated to tickets to events and a hotel stay worth more than £400 by firms holding council contracts.
A Norfolk MP has pledged to make solving the ongoing issues with the Greater Anglia rail service, which has seen swathes of cancellations and misery and frustration for stranded passengers, a "personal priority".
A 12-year-old girl was threatened and a child was dragged off a bicycle amid alleged bullying and conflict at an allotments association, a meeting has heard.
Conservative Jerome Mayhew has been elected Broadland MP after securing a majority of over 21,000.
From filling with stalls during agricultural shows to hosting glittering business awards, the Norfolk Showground Arena is frequently packed to the rafters.
Newly created in 2010, Broadland has been a Conservative safe seat since its formation.
A council which is set to spend £16,000 upgrading a car park and introducing a permit scheme for residents say they fear "stirring up a hornet's nest" over the plans.
Almost 140 new homes could be built on the edge of a Norfolk town if a council approves plans.
One of Norfolk's safest Conservative seats, with the county's largest slice of the electorate, South Norfolk has sent a Tory MP to Westminster in every election for almost 70 years.
A Norwich student Conservative association has been attacked for criticising the use of plastic bags in food parcels for families living in a deprived area of the county.
More than 25,000 people across Norfolk registered to vote ahead of the deadline for the December general election, new figures have revealed.
The leader of a Norfolk council which sold just four of its 20 new beach huts has called for further huts to be installed along the town's seafront.
A council has agreed to spend £130,000 to relocate its main chamber within the same building - after keeping the financial details a secret.
A multi-million pound contract for the final stages of a revamp to Norfolk County Council's headquarters has been awarded.
Norfolk election candidates from across political lines have spoken of the "demoralising" effect of the "aggression and abuse" they face while on the campaign trail.
A £75,000 cash boost has been granted to protect a threatened coastal village from erosion from the sea.
Plans to increase charges for bulky waste collections have been delayed by a council.
A spike in complaints about the feeding of gulls in a seaside town has seen councillors launch a clampdown and warn persistent offenders could face being fined.
Residents in a Norfolk village say they are being driven mad by repeated bouts of roadworks.