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Free school meals extended through Christmas break in £6.7 million winter hardship package for county

Free school meals extended through Christmas break in £6.7 million winter hardship package for county

Free school meals extended through Christmas break in £6.7 million winter hardship package for county

26 November 2021

Norfolk has been allocated a share of a £500 million package intended to help families in need following the end of Covid support measures.


Councillor steps down as 'one particular councillor is affecting health and wellbeing'

Councillor steps down as 'one particular councillor is affecting health and wellbeing'

Councillor steps down as 'one particular councillor is affecting health and wellbeing'

23 November 2021

There is a new casual vacancy in the town.


£22k to join Liz Truss for karaoke

£22k to join Liz Truss for karaoke

£22k to join Liz Truss for karaoke

23 November 2021

Conservative Party donor may perhaps be able to sing (I've Had) The Time Of My Life.


Norfolk's transport direction of travel for next 15 years to be discussed

Norfolk's transport direction of travel for next 15 years to be discussed

Norfolk's transport direction of travel for next 15 years to be discussed

19 November 2021

County Hall claims its transport plan is green as well as good for the economy.

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James Wild MP, Conservative Party members for North West Norfolk writes his column

James Wild MP, Conservative Party members for North West Norfolk writes his column

James Wild MP, Conservative Party members for North West Norfolk writes his column

19 November 2021

The effectiveness of the vaccines is discussed here, particularly when it comes to getting a job.


James Wild defends his conduct after Owen Paterson suspension vote

James Wild defends his conduct after Owen Paterson suspension vote

James Wild defends his conduct after Owen Paterson suspension vote

18 November 2021

The critic said Mr Wild should have voted against the motion.

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Councillors approve new Lynn 3G football pitch development

Councillors approve new Lynn 3G football pitch development

Councillors approve new Lynn 3G football pitch development

17 November 2021

Some councillors expressed concern about “the privatisation of open space” at a cabinet meeting when making a grant of £250,000 available.


County council committee will pore over budget and carbon net zero plans

County council committee will pore over budget and carbon net zero plans

County council committee will pore over budget and carbon net zero plans

17 November 2021

Scrutiny next week on environment aim to achieve net zero carbon emissions from its own estates by 2030.


Clarity needed over support for homeless overseas nationals, West Norfolk Council committee meeting told

Clarity needed over support for homeless overseas nationals, West Norfolk Council committee meeting told

Clarity needed over support for homeless overseas nationals, West Norfolk Council committee meeting told

13 November 2021

Officials say a forthcoming court ruling may help to address a 'key emerging challenge'.


New town Councillor wants to see the market 'get back to what it used to be'

New town Councillor wants to see the market 'get back to what it used to be'

New town Councillor wants to see the market 'get back to what it used to be'

12 November 2021

The new councillor won a landslide victory.

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'Fund us properly', Norfolk County Council deputy leader demands of ministers

'Fund us properly', Norfolk County Council deputy leader demands of ministers

'Fund us properly', Norfolk County Council deputy leader demands of ministers

12 November 2021

Plans for tax rises and further spending reductions have been supported by council leaders, but not without stinging criticism of the Government.


'Don't make the same mistake again', pleads councillor over town sports pitch plan

'Don't make the same mistake again', pleads councillor over town sports pitch plan

'Don't make the same mistake again', pleads councillor over town sports pitch plan

12 November 2021

But the body which oversees the protection of the site for public recreation says it doesn't plan to intervene.


Sharp rise in homelessness applications outlined to council committee

Sharp rise in homelessness applications outlined to council committee

Sharp rise in homelessness applications outlined to council committee

11 November 2021

Officials say numbers have returned to pre-Covid levels.


'Action not slogans here.' County leaders claim 'significant' climate progress

'Action not slogans here.' County leaders claim 'significant' climate progress

'Action not slogans here.' County leaders claim 'significant' climate progress

10 November 2021

Statements 'make no difference' to the problems of climate change, senior figures have claimed this week.


'No plans' to review work of children's centre, county leaders insist

'No plans' to review work of children's centre, county leaders insist

'No plans' to review work of children's centre, county leaders insist

10 November 2021

A councillor called for an assurance that a key facility would not be disposed of after plans to review the use of the buildings were outlined.


Council leaders urged to back artificial pitch plan for town sports ground

Council leaders urged to back artificial pitch plan for town sports ground

Council leaders urged to back artificial pitch plan for town sports ground

09 November 2021

But officials maintain public consultation is only needed on a formal planning application, despite criticism from councillors and residents.


Council approves charcoal and firewood supplier's expansion bid

Council approves charcoal and firewood supplier's expansion bid

Council approves charcoal and firewood supplier's expansion bid

09 November 2021

'Being considered a good neighbour is important to us', a senior manager said, despite objections from some residents.


Go-ahead for care home despite worries about parking and design

Go-ahead for care home despite worries about parking and design

Go-ahead for care home despite worries about parking and design

08 November 2021

It would be better suited to Milton Keynes or Welwyn Garden City, claims town councillor.


MP visits wildlife reserve

MP visits wildlife reserve

MP visits wildlife reserve

05 November 2021

A trip to Watatunga for the Foreign Secretary to get close up and personal with some exotic animals.


'They voted for sleaze!' MPs slammed over standards debate

'They voted for sleaze!' MPs slammed over standards debate

'They voted for sleaze!' MPs slammed over standards debate

04 November 2021

West Norfolk's MPs have been slammed for backing a bid to overturn the proposed suspension of a former Cabinet minister, who has now quit Parliament.


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