As part of National Licensing Week (18-22 June), Breckland Council is showing local people why the work they do with licensees, operators and regulators in the area, is so vital.
A housing development in a Norfolk village, built on council-owned land, has hit a major milestone, after every home in their phase one build has been sold.
Flags have been flying at half-mast at County Hall and Breckland, as further tributes were paid to former Norfolk County Council leader Cliff Jordan.
Tributes were today continuing to be paid following the death of former Norfolk County Council leader Cliff Jordan.
Communities in a mid-Norfolk town have issued a rallying cry to get its “dangerous” transport infrastructure right before it is too late.
A new service is being launched to provide support to residents when the new benefits system is rolled out.
Twenty five more dwellings in the settlement of Yaxham have been allowed after an appeal decision on May 14 by the Planning Inspectorate.
A fast growing lottery launched by a Norfolk council could contribute up to £30,000 to charitable causes by the end of the year.
Breckland Council has elected Richard Duffield as its new chairman.
Controversial applications to build near to beauty spots in mid Norfolk are set to be considered by Breckland Council’s planning committee.
Breckland Council’s Cabinet has drafted new measures to help improve air quality in Swaffham.
Dignitaries from across Norfolk, and further afield, gathered in Dereham to attend an official civic service.
More than 100 people entered a prize draw to win a hamper at the launch event of a new initiative to promote local and independent shops.
Breckland Council has installed a community fridge in Dereham as part of a district-wide initiative to combat food waste.
A council which has launched a scheme to protect local business has been told it ought to practice what it is preaching, as it has been revealed it heavily relies on major brands itself.
Independent shops in Breckland are fighting back against the national chains in an attempt to entice people back to their local high street.
Another local authority has thrown its weight behind the Just Dual It campaign.
An innovative new scheme to help independent shops in Norfolk fight back against multi-national chains is set to be launched.
Attempted car break-ins and reports of suspicious activity have left residents in a Norfolk market town feeling concerned that they are facing a growing crime problem.
Breckland has become the first district council to launch a lottery where proceeds will be donated towards good causes in the community.
A council in Norfolk has created a fund to support organisations and communities that wish to stage events that conserve the heritage of the First World War.
A memorial stone has been dedicated to a Norfolk war hero 100 years after he earned a Victoria Cross for his courage.
Amid challenging times for the high street a council has launched a rate relief scheme to encourage more retail firms into market towns.
An internationally acclaimed singer will take to the stage in a series of daytime performances across Norfolk.
Cabinet meetings held by Breckland Council are set to be held in public locations outside of the main council offices.
People will have to wait a bit longer for their bins to be emptied, with collections across most of Norfolk once again cancelled because of the weather.
People are being encouraged to take part in a community lottery which will help Breckland-based groups and organisations raise much-needed funds.
A planning application for a new camp site in Gressenhall may struggle to move forward after the parish council refused to give its support.
Breckland District Council members will decide whether to raise council tax in order protect frontline services later this month.
The reconstruction of the service will see the closure of the small offices in Swaffham, Watton, Attleborough and Dereham town centre.
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