Several small businesses in Breckland have been given a cash boost after winning a share of a £100,000 grant fund.
A council which spent £8m on a golf club secretly agreed to sell it months ago, but kept the public in the dark about it while telling Conservative election candidates the confidential information.
A domestic abuse charity is one of several groups to receive a boost in funding aimed at improving health and wellbeing in Breckland.
A historic former school site in the middle of a market town could be turned into housing under new proposals.
A Norfolk councillor who distributed thousands of leaflets in his ward criticising the rise in council tax has been accused of "sad, misleading, gutter politics".
Serious questions have been asked by councillors about why an expected road improvement tied to housing growth in Dereham has been deemed "undeliverable".
A decision is set to be made today on plans to build a new business park in Dereham which could be turned down after council officers warned the "oppressive" development would have a "detrimental impact".
As part of the Your Town series, we are casting a close eye on life in some of our biggest towns. Reporter Donna-Louise Bishop takes a look at the very heart of Norfolk: Dereham.
There have been more than 3,000 reports of dog fouling in Norfolk over the past three years - but only 22 people have been taken to court.
A mid Norfolk entrepreneur has spoken about how the problems facing those looking to start new businesses in a market town are damaging the high street.
Council tax bills are set to rise in Breckland after an increase was approved by councillors.
Breckland Council is set to decide on the rate of council tax for the following year at a meeting later today.
A serious shortage in the number of outdoor sports spaces and play areas in Dereham, which has left some sports teams without enough pitches to play on, is to be addressed by the town council.
A public consultation is underway to gather people's views on proposed changes to Breckland Council's draft Local Plan, which will act as a blueprint for the district's growth until 2036.
A programme tackling loneliness and promoting creativity and volunteering in some of Norfolk's isolated villages has won an award.
Villagers have launched a campaign to save and reopen an 18th century pub which once served as the hub of a mid-Norfolk community.
A report has revealed the gender pay gap for council staff has narrowed but men are still getting paid five times more in bonuses than women.
Plans for a new state-of-the-art police station in Swaffham have been given the green light.
Plans for 40 homes to be built in a small mid-Norfolk village with no doctor's surgery and poor transport to nearby towns will go ahead despite objections raised by villagers.
A team of volunteers took to the streets of Dereham on Saturday to clean up the town.
A new event aimed at cleaning up Dereham town centre is set to take place this weekend.
A small village north of Dereham could potentially grow in size after plans for 40 new homes were submitted for approval.
Three community projects aimed at young people, the homeless and former offenders will benefit from more than £55,000 of funding.
Plans to build a new mid Norfolk police station as part of the force's vision for the future of policing in the county have been earmarked for approval.
A rural transport scheme has launched an innovative new project to help people overcome barriers to getting back into employment.
A district council will hold a free open evening in an effort to encourage local residents to stand as councillors.
A council roadshow which has visited various towns in an effort to make it easier for residents to get involved is set to visit Dereham on its last stop.
A campaigner who has spent years fighting against housing plans near a Dereham beauty spot is now involved in an appeal to bring three bungalows to the area.
An MP has said he has "no doubt" a successful judicial review will be held over plans to locate a substation connected to one of the world's largest windfarms in a quiet Norfolk village.
A Norfolk town council could be set to transform a children's play area they described as "sorrowful" in time for the summer months.