A new 46-cabin holiday park could soon go up in the West Norfolk countryside, if permission is granted by the borough council.
A run-down former school site in the heart of Swaffham, which has been repeatedly targeted by vandals, is to be transformed into housing.
As the dry summer stretches on and hosepipe bans are introduced across the country, Norfolk remains free from similar measures.
An arts charity, which has worked to promote an historic venue, has decided to close – after criticising a council’s “unrealistic” vision.
MP Liz Truss has matched her rival in key legislation aimed at reining in the power of big tech firms and improving the digital economy.
Norfolk’s crime rate has risen to its highest level since records began, driven by sharp rises in sexual offences, violent crimes and harassment.
Liz Truss, MP for South West Norfolk, has committed to building a new Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Lynn if she becomes prime minister.
Fears have been raised of a potential repeat of the recent fires which devastated homes across Norfolk, as warmer weather is thought to be on the way.
Plans to build up to 4,000 new homes sparked concern among local councillors who worry that the new development could lack vital infrastructure.
Plans to expand a village shop building to include five new homes have been lodged with the borough council.
Fears of a drought being declared have been raised, as forecasters warn the region's hot, dry conditions will continue for weeks to come.
New shops and eateries on the land of a former Roman fort can be built, borough councillors have ruled.
The second phase of a major development close to Lynn has been green-lighted despite misgivings of some planning committee members.
Labour has criticised the Foreign Secretary for featuring what they say is taxpayer-funded footage in a film launching her bid to be Tory leader.
Councillors considering options to upgrade one of the main routes into town have heard there is probably not be enough money for a flyover.
Hopes for a facility with a six-lane pool, fitness studio and bowling lawn have taken a boost with plans to apply for Levelling Up funds.
Planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of a charity shop after four years.
A parish council has a new temporary team in place, following the resignation last month of all its members.
Dreams of two trains an hour to London could be under threat if the Government pulls out of improving Ely Junction.
Councillors met today and gave the green light to a homes development in West Norfolk.