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Councillor to be investigated by monitoring officer after breaching Covid-19 guidelines

Councillor to be investigated by monitoring officer after breaching Covid-19 guidelines

Councillor to be investigated by monitoring officer after breaching Covid-19 guidelines

13 January 2021

She has refused to resign after her actions.


Two Downham Market councillors quit over social media abuse

Two Downham Market councillors quit over social media abuse

Two Downham Market councillors quit over social media abuse

13 January 2021

Fierce criticism over the market turns unplesant, members say.


'Let pubs sell alcohol with takeaway meals', says West Norfolk MP

'Let pubs sell alcohol with takeaway meals', says West Norfolk MP

'Let pubs sell alcohol with takeaway meals', says West Norfolk MP

12 January 2021

James Wild told a Westminster debate the current restrictions risk doing further damage to an already struggling sector.


Green Britain Centre sale a 'lost opportunity', mayor says

Green Britain Centre sale a 'lost opportunity', mayor says

Green Britain Centre sale a 'lost opportunity', mayor says

11 January 2021

She was speaking after the sale of the building to an independent business was confirmed on Friday.


Green Britain Centre sold to international business

Green Britain Centre sold to international business

Green Britain Centre sold to international business

08 January 2021

A town council's efforts to secure a vacant building as a community asset have fallen through.


Accident fears highlighted by worried county councillor

Accident fears highlighted by worried county councillor

Accident fears highlighted by worried county councillor

08 January 2021

Freedom of information request shows how many accidents have taken place on the stretch of road.


Downham housing scheme 'would overdevelop' former dog grooming site, town council claims

Downham housing scheme 'would overdevelop' former dog grooming site, town council claims

Downham housing scheme 'would overdevelop' former dog grooming site, town council claims

06 January 2021

Developers say their scheme offers the most appropriate use of the site.


Parliamentary boundary review process launched

Parliamentary boundary review process launched

Parliamentary boundary review process launched

06 January 2021

Voters in West Norfolk will be given the chance to have their say on initial proposals later this year, officials say.


Home bid for ex-West Norfolk village chapel set for council vote

Home bid for ex-West Norfolk village chapel set for council vote

Home bid for ex-West Norfolk village chapel set for council vote

05 January 2021

Residents and community leaders are unhappy about the plan.


PM to address nation on tough national lockdown

PM to address nation on tough national lockdown

PM to address nation on tough national lockdown

04 January 2021

The Prime Minister is to make a televised address setting out new emergency measures to control the spread of coronavirus in England.


Rethink urged after King's Lynn bid for Government High Street cash rejected

Rethink urged after King's Lynn bid for Government High Street cash rejected

Rethink urged after King's Lynn bid for Government High Street cash rejected

31 December 2020

Council leaders admit they are 'extremely disappointed', but stressed that other opportunities remain available.


Council outlines proposed budget with promise of frontline service investment if accepted

Council outlines proposed budget with promise of frontline service investment if accepted

Council outlines proposed budget with promise of frontline service investment if accepted

24 December 2020

Services including animal welfare, fly-tipping, business support, Covid compliance and climate change would be funded.


Seasonal Workers Pilot expands to 30,000 visas for workers

Seasonal Workers Pilot expands to 30,000 visas for workers

Seasonal Workers Pilot expands to 30,000 visas for workers

23 December 2020

DEFRA have announced the Seasonal Workers Pilot has been extended for an extra year and now has up to 30,000 visas available.


Christmas opening hours, waste collections and support services

Christmas opening hours, waste collections and support services

Christmas opening hours, waste collections and support services

23 December 2020

Full details on opening hours and contact details over the Christmas period.


Legal advice being sought over committee's KLIC question mark

Legal advice being sought over committee's KLIC question mark

Legal advice being sought over committee's KLIC question mark

22 December 2020

Monitoring officer raises issue with the minutes from meeting in July where cross-party working group agreed to carry on.


Calls for policing precept rise in Norfolk

Calls for policing precept rise in Norfolk

Calls for policing precept rise in Norfolk

22 December 2020

The annual consultation on the proposed budget for policing across the county has been launched.


'It is in the worst possible place': Safety concerns over A10 speed camera

'It is in the worst possible place': Safety concerns over A10 speed camera

'It is in the worst possible place': Safety concerns over A10 speed camera

21 December 2020

Calls for camera to be removed as soon as possible as inspection takes place following complaints.


'This is an exciting opportunity': Mayor welcomes Green Britain Centre vote

'This is an exciting opportunity': Mayor welcomes Green Britain Centre vote

'This is an exciting opportunity': Mayor welcomes Green Britain Centre vote

17 December 2020

One councillor has questioned how potential debts will be paid off in response.


Furlough scheme extended until end of April

Furlough scheme extended until end of April

Furlough scheme extended until end of April

17 December 2020

The government will continue to contribute 80 per cent towards wages in a bid to protect jobs.


A step closer to potential leisure facility after crucial council vote

A step closer to potential leisure facility after crucial council vote

A step closer to potential leisure facility after crucial council vote

15 December 2020

Legal due diligence, a feasibility study and a public consultation will now take place.


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