A councillor has been criticised as "petulant, arrogant and disrespectful" and been asked to resign after walking out of a radio interview.
A councillor has warned that government plans to pay for special needs education via deficit funding could amount to a "toxic magic money tree".
New school places will still be provided in growing areas, a council has insisted, despite data forecasting an education funding shortfall of almost £74m.
Rising numbers of families are seeking help for children with special needs, but thousands are being denied assistance, a national investigation has found.
As part of our regular series of profiles on the region's Young Farmers' Club members, 22-year-old butcher THOMAS BRYANT explains how a club visit as a child inspired his future career choices.
A dedicated head steward who was a "wonderful ambassador" for the Royal Norfolk Show for more than 40 years has died at the age of 71.
Fishing groups are leading an initiative to improve aquatic habitats in the Wensum by bringing together anyone with an interest in the river's future management.
Ex-Norwich city footballer Darren Eadie takes the brave step of sharing how he feels - and it's not great
He was involved with Norwich Shopmobility and the Boudicca Way trail, and checking that shops and restaurants had decent access
He's fit and feels healthy, but ex-Norwich City footballer Darren Eadie had a shock result when he went for a diabetes check
Mary taught at Swanton Morley for 35 years after recovering from severe TB.
Serious questions have been asked by councillors about why an expected road improvement tied to housing growth in Dereham has been deemed "undeliverable".
Norfolk MPs are receiving hundreds of letters and emails a day over Brexit, it can be revealed.
The NR F1 Podcast - taking Norfolk's Formula 1 legacy and turning it into chatter - previews the 2019 season and Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Mud, bitterly cold wind and driving rain failed to deter more than 500 runners, who turned out to take part in an annual cross country event held in aid of Norfolk-based charity Break on Sunday.
The east of England will get the smallest share of a £1.6bn government fund to boost run-down towns after Brexit.
A new shop which is set to open in a Norfolk village is aiming to tackle the difficulties of accessing goods that those living rurally can often face.