Later this year mental health workers launched a fight to save local services as the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust starts the process of cutting beds.
and rail move a step forward
All change at County Hall
Torrid year for Norfolk's children
In February, Ofsted inspectors documented a string of concerns about the way Norfolk looked after vulnerable children and then later swooped on its schools for an unprecedented inspection blitz, criticising the council for the support it gave. In October it emerged that almost 1,000 potentially vulnerable children went unassessed.
It was the year of the spectacular U turn on plans for a toll road on the A14 in Cambridgeshire, following a sucessful campaign by businesses, politicians and the EDP, which made the case against charging for the road.
And the council started to weigh up where the axe will fall as it addresses a 189m funding gap.
It was the latest victory for RAF Marham, which was threatened with closure under the government's defence review, only to win a reprieve in July 2011.
Norfolk County Council children's services director, Lisa Christensen, resigned in June and Sheila Lock was brought in as the interim director of the department.
Defence secretary Phillip Hammond flew into RAF Marham in March to deliver the news that the newest stealth aircraft, the Joint Strike Fighter, will be based in Norfolk.
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Herbie Hide admitted conspiracy to supply class A drugs and was sentenced to 22 months.
The Dambusters are coming
Norfolk County Council's children's services spent the year under attack and said good bye to a number of senior staff who departed.
The political landscape of Norfolk was completely reshaped in May after the UK Independence Party's election success meant no party had overall control of County Hall. High profile Tory councillors lost their seats, meaning no party had overall control and eventually a Rainbow Alliance was formed at County Hall.
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Health services under pressure
The new executive decided not to pull the plug on the controversial incinerator project, fearing a huge compensation bill, after the government pulled 169m of funding.
The mental health trust came under fire from Norfolk's coroner, who criticised it for failing a man who jumped to his death from the Castle Mall shopping centre in Norwich in May.
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On Easter Monday an inflatable tent was pitched outside the Accident and Emergency services department at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital it was symptomatic of a tough year for NHS services in the region.
But it was not the only arterial route occupying decision makers. Following a visit from transport minister Stephen Hammond, the A 47, spanning Norfolk from Great Yarmouth into the Midlands was put on a list of seven which will be the subject of a feasibility study moving it a step Nike Lebron Xiii Black closer to an upgrade.
Chancellor George Osborne arrived in Norwich in November to announce that a taskforce would be set up to work out what needs to be done to get trains to travel from Norwich to London in 90 minutes. The group which includes MPs, DfT, Network Rail and the Lep met for the first time just before parliament broke up for Christmas.
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The controversial Northen Distributor Road moved a significant step closer after the government said it would be fast tracked through the planning process, after it was designated as a scheme of national significance.
And in October the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn was put into "special measures".
year the East of England Ambulance Service Trust came under fire from watchdogs, missed targets and there were a number of high profile resignations.
A jury at Norwich Crown Court found Souter guilty of 19 counts of historic child sex abuse against seven different boys following a trial lasting more than five weeks.
month old Bella Louise Hellings who died in March after her mother tried to resuscitate her as she waited for almost 30 minutes for paramedics to respond to a 999 call.
First in a two part look at the highs and lows of 2013
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