Conservative MPs who voted down extending provision of free school meals to pupils during the holidays have been branded “heartless and cruel” by a Labour counterpart.
Plans to expand a village chapel have sparked concern among residents over road safety and fears of a lack of privacy.
The region’s mental health trust has pledged not to allow “frail and older” patients to be sent out of the county for care following the death of an 81-year-old woman at the side of the M11 last year.
Proposals for an “eco-friendly” glampsite have been rejected by a council due to “unacceptable impact” on nearby properties.
Norfolk County Council has been criticised for a lack of leadership over the “immense strain” placed on people living in care homes during the coronavirus outbreak.
Development applications at a Norfolk council fell by more than four fifths during two months of lockdown, figures have revealed.
Accessibility issues with Norfolk County Council’s website could be “blocking disabled people accessing vital online services”, a disability charity has warned.
A Broads landowner could be refused planning permission for an “off-the-grid, eco-friendly” glampsite after a council warned it could “take enforcement action” over objections.
Councils in Norfolk and Waveney used ASBO-style measures to tackle dog-fouling and anti-social behaviour dozens of times last year, figures have revealed.
The long called for dualling of the A47 Acle Straight is under “active consideration”, prime minister Boris Johnson said today.
A Norfolk council is getting more than double its usual number of calls from people who risk being made homeless after the eviction freeze was ended, it has emerged.
Calls to remove council meetings from YouTube have been rejected following demands to preserve them as a “historic record”.
Norfolk County Council is set to increase council tax payments by 4pc and make £26m in spending cuts in its “toughest budget so far” amid the rising costs of coronavirus.
More than 1,300 people waited longer than four weeks for an assessment from the region’s mental health trust last month, it has been revealed.
Norfolk and Waveney have been warned not to be complacent in the fight against coronavirus, as MPs praised the government’s new restrictions as “sensible” and “practical”.
A Norfolk MP has said “now is a better time than ever” for young people to join the armed forces due to a rise in unemployment among 18-24-year-olds.
Calls for the East to avoid a further local lockdown have been made after warnings that it would be “disastrous”.
The region’s MPs have reacted to the “disappointing” news that the Acle Straight will not be dualled for another decade, with some calling for a review and the break-up of the highways agency.
Campaigners have warned “time is running out” for women affected by changes to the state pension age after a landmark High Court appeal was lost.
Plans for a £3.5m redevelopment of Great Yarmouth’s marketplace have taken another step forwards after councillors agreed to green light the “significant” project.
Plans for dozens of new homes in a Great Yarmouth village have been deferred by councillors after warnings of “disruption, anxiety and stress” to residents.
A Norfolk Conservative MP who abstained on a controversial Brexit parliamentary vote has said he “100pc supports the government”.
Plans for dozens of new mental health beds at one of the region’s hospitals are set to be approved - despite neighbours’ fears about disturbances and security risks.
One of Norfolk’s hospitals has admitted its first coronavirus patients in two months, NHS data has revealed, although the numbers still remain very low.
Dozens of Norfolk doctors warn of risks to patient safety and say they are being used as “cannon fodder” for coronavirus, as shock claims about the “denigration” of out-of-hours GP service emerge.
Plans for a branch of a discount supermarket chain to open in a Norfolk business park have taken a step forwards.
Plans for a new police station to act as a “centre for excellence” on the edge of Norwich have been given the green light by councillors.
An ex-council group leader has quit his party, saying it is “more concerned with appealing to the fringes of Twitter than listening to people who live in Trunch”.
A lack of access to NHS dental care in Norfolk has been branded a “scandal” with councillors set to demand answers from central government over the issue.
The region’s mental health trust has admitted a letter discharging more than 300 young people from its waiting list at the start of the pandemic was not a mistake.