They are the bane of many a driver’s day, but new figures show Norfolk County Council is actually the fastest council to repair potholes in East Anglia.
Sky-high fares, an unreliable service, and cheaper alternative transport options are all being blamed for a significant drop in rail passengers in Great Yarmouth over the last five years.
People can soon have their say over the possible routes for the link to join the Norwich Northern Distributor Road to the A47.
The search continues for eco heroes to enter this year’s Eco Awards to win cash prizes and tablet devices.
The potential routes - and the multi-million pound price tags - for the road which would join the Norwich Northern Distributor Road to the A47 have been revealed.
A popular coastal bus route is among a host of rural services under threat because there are too many people using it with a free bus pass, the firm’s boss claims.
With the cost of dealing with fly-tipping in Norfolk topping £1m a year, councillors will soon be discussing whether to support the delivery of a new campaign.
People can dump unwanted household chemicals at seven of Norfolk’s recycling centres during September and October.
Motions which would have suspended or stopped the charges were defeated at a county council meeting today.
The new leader of Norfolk County Council has been elected today.
Preventing potholes is the goal of a planned £10.4m project to seal hundreds of miles of Norfolk roads.
The final section of the Broadland Northway, previously known as the Norwich Northern Distributor Road, will open on Monday night, it has been announced.
From today people carrying out home improvements will have to pay to leave DIY waste at recycling centres in Norfolk.
It’s time to make up for broken promises over the A47 - that’s the message to the government today, almost 30 years after a pledge was made to spend more than £200m dualling the road.
More than £3.5m of government money is to be pumped into plugging the holes left in our roads by the harsh winter weather conditions.
Proposals to improve public access along a 37-mile stretch of Norfolk coast have been published.
A series of road safety improvements are to be made across the county, with more than £800,000 to be spent across more than 100 schemes.
Gritter drivers, farmers and members of the community have all been thanked for their efforts during the Beast from the East.
Stagecoach has confirmed it will stop operating a number of bus routes across the county from next month.
People carrying out home improvements will soon have to pay to leave DIY waste at recycling centres in Norfolk.
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