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King's Lynn MP defends school meal vote

King's Lynn MP defends school meal vote

King's Lynn MP defends school meal vote

25 October 2020

Conservative politicians have hit back after they were dubbed 'heartless and cruel'.


Hunstanton tourist information service set for review after hub move controversy

Hunstanton tourist information service set for review after hub move controversy

Hunstanton tourist information service set for review after hub move controversy

23 October 2020

Campaigners say there is 'room for hope', but urgent action is still needed.


Alarm after flood objection for development lifted ‘without drainage board consent’

Alarm after flood objection for development lifted ‘without drainage board consent’

Alarm after flood objection for development lifted ‘without drainage board consent’

23 October 2020

A stakeholder meeting took place this week but not everyone is satisfied by the plans.


Climate group chairman hopes Green Britain Centre can 'fulfil original mission'

Climate group chairman hopes Green Britain Centre can 'fulfil original mission'

Climate group chairman hopes Green Britain Centre can 'fulfil original mission'

23 October 2020

He used to volunteer at the building with his wife, and wants to see it reopened.


'We are starting to look like idiots': frustration over council's climate change working group delay

'We are starting to look like idiots': frustration over council's climate change working group delay

'We are starting to look like idiots': frustration over council's climate change working group delay

21 October 2020

Claims of 'political posturing' and a meeting not being 'fit for purpose' as row rumbles on.


Council chiefs welcome cash for roundabout at site of major development plan

Council chiefs welcome cash for roundabout at site of major development plan

Council chiefs welcome cash for roundabout at site of major development plan

20 October 2020

More than £900,000 has been secured for the scheme, subject to planning permission being granted.


Climate change 'moved up agenda' as part of borough council reshuffle

Climate change 'moved up agenda' as part of borough council reshuffle

Climate change 'moved up agenda' as part of borough council reshuffle

19 October 2020

Two new roles have been created and begin with immediate effect.


Councillor's motion fails to pass as he seeks correspondence over negotiations

Councillor's motion fails to pass as he seeks correspondence over negotiations

Councillor's motion fails to pass as he seeks correspondence over negotiations

19 October 2020

He told a meeting there was hidden correspondence which he wanted to be privy to.


West Norfolk MP enters Greater Manchester coronavirus restrictions row

West Norfolk MP enters Greater Manchester coronavirus restrictions row

West Norfolk MP enters Greater Manchester coronavirus restrictions row

19 October 2020

The letter is urging senior Labour politicians to work with the Government, but has been criticised.


Council 'would like to act, but can't' over West Norfolk music event bid, meeting told

Council 'would like to act, but can't' over West Norfolk music event bid, meeting told

Council 'would like to act, but can't' over West Norfolk music event bid, meeting told

16 October 2020

Villagers feel 'let down' by a lack of action on the issue, their borough representative says.


'We don't know village plan decision consequences', West Norfolk Council chief admits

'We don't know village plan decision consequences', West Norfolk Council chief admits

'We don't know village plan decision consequences', West Norfolk Council chief admits

16 October 2020

A document setting out a village's future development vision will be considered in new applications, after ministers decided to delay votes on them.


Council agree to support Swaffham Men's Shed as they search for new premises

Council agree to support Swaffham Men's Shed as they search for new premises

Council agree to support Swaffham Men's Shed as they search for new premises

15 October 2020

Unanimous support for proposal as it is recognised group would be 'worthy organisation' in the town.


West Norfolk band play on the streets as 'form of protest' against government

West Norfolk band play on the streets as 'form of protest' against government

West Norfolk band play on the streets as 'form of protest' against government

15 October 2020

They have played at various towns and cities across the country, and have received a good response.


'You are behaving like a tinpot dictator': council vote down coronavirus finance proposal

'You are behaving like a tinpot dictator': council vote down coronavirus finance proposal

'You are behaving like a tinpot dictator': council vote down coronavirus finance proposal

15 October 2020

Councillors argue motion showed a 'lack of faith' in existing regulations.


MP welcomes new railcard which will benefit RAF Marham veterans

MP welcomes new railcard which will benefit RAF Marham veterans

MP welcomes new railcard which will benefit RAF Marham veterans

14 October 2020

National hero Captain Sir Tom Moore was the first recipient of the new railcard.


Museum and charity to receive vital support from Culture Recovery Fund

Museum and charity to receive vital support from Culture Recovery Fund

Museum and charity to receive vital support from Culture Recovery Fund

13 October 2020

Helping to sustain both organisations ahead of the difficult winter months.


Speeding concerns raised during meeting at retail park

Speeding concerns raised during meeting at retail park

Speeding concerns raised during meeting at retail park

13 October 2020

Officials say job opportunities could be lost if vital changes are not made.


MP visits reopened construction site to see university students finish project

MP visits reopened construction site to see university students finish project

MP visits reopened construction site to see university students finish project

13 October 2020

The newly-Covid secure site is welcoming students and professionals back again.

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Truss welcomes grants for heritage sites

Truss welcomes grants for heritage sites

Truss welcomes grants for heritage sites

10 October 2020

Oxburgh Hall given more than £1m by the Government.


Village community centre meeting ends abruptly after dispute over chairman

Village community centre meeting ends abruptly after dispute over chairman

Village community centre meeting ends abruptly after dispute over chairman

09 October 2020

The meeting lasted no longer than 15 minutes after it descended into chaos.

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