INCINERATOR: NCC - Policies are satisfied
INCINERATOR: KLWIN - Failure of democracy
INCINERATOR - More than an issue about regulations
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The A1122 Downham bypass is to close between 7pm and 7am on six nights early next month while a £505,000 resurfacing scheme is carried out.
Incinerator developers Cory Wheelabrator said the plan is urgently needed to move away from landfilling.3 comments
West Norfolk Council called for the incinerator to be refused planning permission on the grounds that it would “offend” waste policies.1 comment
The incinerator should be allowed to go ahead, as it meets planning policies, says Norfolk County Council.1 comment
The risks to public health and the environment were the key arguments put forward by campaign group King’s Lynn Without Incineration (KLWIN).5 comments
The party’s over, but it’s anything but time to call it a day for planning inspector Elizabeth Hill who now faces a trawl through 30 days of evidence and papers.1 comment
There will be a blank Wednesday at the Norfolk Arena tomorrow night, where the Lynn Young Stars speedway team should have been hosting the Isle of Wight Islanders.
King’s Lynn Town are set to clock up the miles and increased travelling costs after being placed in the EvoStik Northern Premier League next season.
It’s been a busy time for the ladies section at Middleton Hall Golf Club, with a number of competitions being contested.
Golfing duo Jason Sarsby and Shaun Fisher emerged victorious from the The Bates Pairs Championship, held by the Searles leisure resort.
Staff at a farm are as proud as punch after the birth of a rare heavy horse.
What’s happening this week?
NHS experts are calling on people to dig out their running shoes, bicycles and gym gear in order to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.1 comment
Businesses and community organisations are being encouraged to sign up for the dragon boat races at Downham’s popular Water Festival later this summer.
The Watlington Players are preparing to stage an award-winning Broadway show full of songs guaranteed to get your foot tapping and the whole family singing along.
More than 1,300 gardening enthusiasts are expected to flock to Creake Abbey’s sixth annual Plant Lovers’ Day next Saturday, where 26 nurseries from across East Anglia are set to display.
A touring theatre company are set to put the wonder back into fairytales when they bring their debut show, with plenty of added claws, to Lynn’s Arts Centre next weekend.
A hotel at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital could solve the bed-blocking crisis.
Villagers will be able to have their say on plans to build a £3.5 million pumping station.
Lynn’s College of West Anglia is offering young people the chance to take part in a summer school to help boost their CV through the National Citizenship Scheme.
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Did you start at the former Downham Grammar School in 1954?
Tribute has been paid to a retiring headteacher who turned her school around and “never gave up on a child or turned one away”.
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Tuesday 21 May 2013
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