People in Norfolk will pay 4.8pc more in council tax to County Hall next year, while funding for charities which try to prevent homelessness will be cut. County councillors today agreed to increase its share of the council tax, with part of the hike to pay for adult social care.
A Norfolk college is gearing up for the eighth anniversary of their annual lambing weekend - and has named two of the lambs after iconic Norwich and Ipswich players ahead of this weekend's derby. Hannah Dagless with Bellamy and Jay Smart with Warky ahead of the Easton and Otley College lambing weekend.
There is uncertainty as to whether parents should allow their children to header a football after a study suggested it could lead to dementia. Research published earlier this week revealed for the first time that repeatedly heading the ball could result in long-term brain damage.
Sheffield and Norwich, described as two of England's 'most famous beer cities,' are coming together to champion their local brews. With a focus on education and discovery, both of beers and the cities' pubs and bars, the alliance aims to boost the economy and stimulate tourism.
Two police officers who saved a woman from falling onto the A47 will appear as special guests at today's Norwich City match. PC Jermy joined the woman, who had started to fit, on the narrow ledge, and - leaning over her - held onto the fence so she could not fall forward while they waited for the fire service to arrive.
A Norwich City star is calling on local residents to fight plans to build an anaerobic digestion unit near a rural village. Ryan Bennett took to Twitter to urge "people of Wymondham and surrounding areas" to fight plans for the unit on land off Morley Lane, Morley St Botolph, between Wymondham and Attleborough.
The boss of one of the region's key house-builders has said shortages of skills and raw materials are among many factors hindering house building. He spoke out as the government published its blueprint to tackle Britain's "broken" housing market with measures including more use of compulsory purchase powers on stalled sites, and a cut to the time-limit for developers to start building after being given planning permission.
Leeds United striker Chris Wood is once again shortlisted for the Championship PFA Fans' Player of the Month for January. Wood, who won the award in December, enjoyed another superb month in January scoring six goals in four Championship games.
The Nelson ward in Norwich was the most strongly remain part of the city with almost four in five people voting to stay in the European Union. Figures released today - which show a ward-by-ward breakdown of how people voted in Norwich - also reveal that 60pc of people in the wards in Clive Lewis' Norwich South constituency voted to remain.