A new weight loss programme is coming to Aylsham next month to help inspire people to shift unwanted pounds in a healthy and sustainable way.
The bank holiday period will mean changes for all residents in Broadland.
Commonwealth flags are flying on town halls across Norfolk and Suffolk
Houses prices in Norfolk and Waveney have gone up by as much as £190,000 in just 20 years, figures have revealed.
People in the region are facing the biggest hike in their council tax bills for a decade, with those living in Band D properties facing an annual increase of around £66.
Thousands more homes and businesses across Norfolk are to be given access to high-speed fibre broadband with the announcement of a further £11m investment in the network.
A councillor who has attended just one meeting in six months has vowed to improve her attendance record to represent her community.
An extra 2,500 homes in Broadland will receive a food waste collection service from this Friday.
A £6m project to restore a historic hall gutted by an inferno could be complete by the end of this year.
Work is due to begin shortly on the construction of a new roundabout at “dangerous” junction - paving the way for town’s new filling station.
Fixed Penalty Notices for fly-tipping came into force in May when the government gave local authorities greater powers to tackle the crime.
Devolution for Norfolk and Suffolk today appears to be in tatters, after councillors in west Norfolk voted against the deal.
Sheringham and Cromer fear being left on the slow track to economic growth if they miss out on a proposed half-hourly train service to Norwich.
Concerns have been raised that coastal towns could miss out on promised improvements to rail services if a new station is built on the edge of Norwich.
More than 40 local clubs, groups, charities and organisations were represented at a free event in Aylsham aimed at improving the community’s health and wellbeing.
More than 350 runners competed in the eighth annual Marriott’s Way 10k on Sunday.
Hopes of persuading rail chiefs to build a new station on the edge of Norwich, and run more trains on north Norfolk’s Bittern Line have edged a little nearer.
More than 5,000 finds have been unearthed during the first week of a north Norfolk community dig on a Roman site.
Roast turkey at Christmas may be appealing, but rotting fowl carcasses frying in 28deg C heat on a village road is definitely no treat.
A question mark hangs over the future of the East Anglian devolution deal after it was rejected by two councils.
A long-serving parish councillor faces a vote of no confidence next month after speaking in favour of a controversial planning application.
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