Opposition parties had called for the payments to be frozen, or even cut.
The opposition has said a new county council plan to improve bus services in the county is not ambitious enough.
A report to be examined by councillors today has revealed the service's budget has soared by nearly a third.
Campaigners say more needs to be done to get the message across to the public.
Chris Starkie, chief executive of the New Anglia LEP told county councillor’s there was “no magic bullet” to solve the shortages.
Overall contact between patients and GPs has increased, doctors' local ruling body reports, thanks to remote consultations.
The county's mental health trust is to hold a suicide prevention event for farmers next month.
A motion opposing a waste incinerator because of its impact on West Norfolk and climate change was not passed at County Hall yesterday.
A hearing has taken place on proposals to grant a new licence to a historic town pub – but not everyone is happy about it.
Norfolk County Council's head of adult social care says the scale of the challenges facing the sector is giving him "sleepless nights".
A new agreement is set to begin, only months after the old one ended.
Continued pressure on resources means unprecedented steps may have to be taken in coming months to keep paramedics on the road.
Councillors have raised concerns about staff bullying and welfare at the contractor in charge of collecting bins in Swaffham.
But council chiefs say they have to get on with tackling the issue, rather than seeking the public's views.
Officials defended their handling of a multi-million funding package which is set to head Lynn's way.
Officials only discovered the problem following a noise complaint, councillors heard.
Plans to upgrade part of the main road link to and from West Norfolk are being examined by a government inspector.
A neighbouring resident told West Norfolk councillors he felt 'surrounded' by the plots.
A homeowner says he will challenge a decision to block him from using his seaside house for more of the year than he currently can.
A special planning meeting today heard claims the technology was not needed in this region, or anywhere else in Britain.