Norfolk will not be as safe and secure as it was - that was the stark warning issued by a devastated Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) facing the axe as part of radical reforms.
A union has outlined how savings could be made at Britvic’s under-threat Norwich factory without it having to close.
Increasing visible policing is one of the cornerstones of the first police and crime plan announced by Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner Lorne Green.
Proposals to axe all Police Community Support Officer posts in Norfolk as part of radical reforms have been opposed by the county council’s Labour Group.
A business organisation has pledged renewed support for a project hoping to halve the number of young people in Norwich on benefits.
A scheme designed to boost business and jobs in designated areas has been backed by the government.
These images show how Norfolk’s new police stations will look as two new ones are built and seven shut.
Six branches of Norwich and Peterborough Building Society will close their doors for the final time today.
Britvic’s consultation over the future of its Norwich factory has been labelled a “sham” by union members.
A staggered junction with a poor accident record will be turned into a roundabout on a major road south of Norwich.
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