Taxi companies could be forced to install CCTV under measures to bring licensing laws that differ widely across Norfolk up to date.
Two search and rescue charities in Norfolk will receive a combined £84,000 to pay for much needed new equipment.
The need for a five year study of snails near the Acle Straight has prompted Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis to write to highways bosses saying any delay in getting work done on the road would be "unacceptable".
More trains than ever are being delayed or cancelled on East Anglia's rail network as repeated pledges to improve services fall flat.
An administrative blunder means consultation over the proposed £121m Third River Crossing at Great Yarmouth will need to be extended, but council bosses insisted it will not delay the project.
A police inspector has described the reality of dealing with fatal accidents, as figures reveal more people are being killed and injured on Norfolk's roads.
Campaigners have urged action to make cycling easier and safer after big differences in its popularity across Norfolk were revealed by new figures.
Dualling the A47 would make accidents less likely to close the whole road, according to Norfolk Police.
A claim that the Norwich in 90 minutes train time ambition by Greater Anglia could hit the buffers has been refuted by an MP and the train operator.
New figures released by the Department for Transport (DfT) reveal the walking habits of people across the region.
Rail conductor/guards employed by Greater Anglia are to walk out on strike again for three days - but the company insists passengers in Norfolk should not face any disruption.
Fears have been raised that the dualling of the Acle Straight could still be years away, after the road seemed to be omitted from thinking over the next major investment in England's roads.
Plans described as "difficult and "unambitious" could reverse swathing cuts to the rural rail network by restoring services which were scrapped in the 1960s.
Less than three quarters of fixed speed cameras around Norfolk are actually switched on and catching offenders, it has been revealed.
Today is the first day members of public can have their say on the latest plans for a new bridge scheme.
A bold new design has emerged for Great Yarmouth's proposed third river crossing.
Now in its third year, Great Yarmouth's Wheels Festival has once again proved popular.
Over 5,000 bikers have made their way to Great Yarmouth seafront for a celebration of all things petrol.
There will be a rare chance to hear the roar of wartime aeroplane at a festival celebrating engineering.
A coastal town is gearing up for a two day festival that celebrates vehicles of all descriptions.