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Two sinkholes force car park and road to close

Two sinkholes force car park and road to close

Two sinkholes force car park and road to close

30 October 2023

A road and car park is closed after two sinkholes have appeared.


Councillors debate future of town’s free car parks

Councillors debate future of town’s free car parks

Councillors debate future of town’s free car parks

27 October 2023

Councillors in a town debated the future of its car parks, raising the question whether they should be managed by the council.

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Letters about the new hospital, West Norfolk Conservatives, a new bus route, the farm plan affecting residents, and Halloween

Letters about the new hospital, West Norfolk Conservatives, a new bus route, the farm plan affecting residents, and Halloween

Letters about the new hospital, West Norfolk Conservatives, a new bus route, the farm plan affecting residents, and Halloween

27 October 2023

Here are the letters from the Friday, October 27 e

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£1.68 million plans to electrify swing bridge

£1.68 million plans to electrify swing bridge

£1.68 million plans to electrify swing bridge

26 October 2023

A £1.68 million project to electrify the Cross Keys Swing Bridge will be discussed by councillors next week.

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Councillors hope bus service upgrades are just an ‘interim step’ before more improvements

Councillors hope bus service upgrades are just an ‘interim step’ before more improvements

Councillors hope bus service upgrades are just an ‘interim step’ before more improvements

25 October 2023

A bus service will be running more regularly after an upgrade – but councillors hope this is just an “interim step” before more major improvements.


Buses unable to service two villages due to Anglian Water repair works

Buses unable to service two villages due to Anglian Water repair works

Buses unable to service two villages due to Anglian Water repair works

17 October 2023

A bus service is being forced to divert from its route due to ongoing work to fix a water main.


Could France’s bedbug infestation make its way to the UK?

Could France’s bedbug infestation make its way to the UK?

Could France’s bedbug infestation make its way to the UK?

10 October 2023

There are fears Paris’ bedbug infestation may cross the Channel – but what are they, how do you remove them and why are transport companies on alert?


‘I'm pleased to see it get a book of its own’: Story of Lynn railway line’s electrification is published

‘I'm pleased to see it get a book of its own’: Story of Lynn railway line’s electrification is published

‘I'm pleased to see it get a book of its own’: Story of Lynn railway line’s electrification is published

09 October 2023

A railway enthusiast hopes his new book about the Lynn-Cambridge line can spark renewed interest in the subject.

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New look for bus service

New look for bus service

New look for bus service

06 October 2023

One of the area’s main bus services has been given a total refresh.


Our MPs celebrate plans to bring more trains to Lynn – but Truss set to vote against smoking ban

Our MPs celebrate plans to bring more trains to Lynn – but Truss set to vote against smoking ban

Our MPs celebrate plans to bring more trains to Lynn – but Truss set to vote against smoking ban

06 October 2023

West Norfolk’s MPs have praised plans to upgrade a “bottleneck” railway line that will result in more train services come to our area.

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Steam turbine arrives at port to be shipped abroad

Steam turbine arrives at port to be shipped abroad

Steam turbine arrives at port to be shipped abroad

05 October 2023

A steam turbine has been delivered ‘like clockwork’ after a large-scale operation to take it through Port Sutton Bridge.


Decision over whether historic bridge should be restored due to be made tomorrow

Decision over whether historic bridge should be restored due to be made tomorrow

Decision over whether historic bridge should be restored due to be made tomorrow

01 October 2023

A row over a historic bridge’s concrete ‘infill’ is building ahead of a decision over its future.


Warning over ‘basic’ car insurance that may cut cover to keep cost low

Warning over ‘basic’ car insurance that may cut cover to keep cost low

Warning over ‘basic’ car insurance that may cut cover to keep cost low

29 September 2023

‘Basic’ car insurance policies are rising in popularity but experts fear cheaper deals may mean motorists miss vital cover like windscreen repair.


Plans for first 20mph town in West Norfolk still on hold a year after they were outlined

Plans for first 20mph town in West Norfolk still on hold a year after they were outlined

Plans for first 20mph town in West Norfolk still on hold a year after they were outlined

26 September 2023

Plans to create West Norfolk’s first 20mph town are still on hold - almost a year after they were first outlined.


The rising cost of car insurance by age – how much might you have to pay?

The rising cost of car insurance by age – how much might you have to pay?

The rising cost of car insurance by age – how much might you have to pay?

22 September 2023

The cost of car insurance is rising rapidly and latest figures from Compare the Market show how much drivers may need to pay depending on their age.

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Disused railway bridge could be restored after engineers filled it in with concrete

Disused railway bridge could be restored after engineers filled it in with concrete

Disused railway bridge could be restored after engineers filled it in with concrete

22 September 2023

National Highways look set to be forced to restore a disused railway bridge which engineers filled in with concrete.


London train trips to cost more when one-day Travelcard is scrapped

London train trips to cost more when one-day Travelcard is scrapped

London train trips to cost more when one-day Travelcard is scrapped

21 September 2023

Plans to scrap one-day Travelcards will make train trips to London more expensive from January, fears a campaign group.


Delays possible as near-200 tonne steam turbine set to be escorted to port

Delays possible as near-200 tonne steam turbine set to be escorted to port

Delays possible as near-200 tonne steam turbine set to be escorted to port

20 September 2023

A near two hundred-tonne steam turbine will be escorted by police to a port before being transported by ship abroad.


‘They’ve done it in London, so why not here?’ Councillor suggests low-traffic neighbourhoods

‘They’ve done it in London, so why not here?’ Councillor suggests low-traffic neighbourhoods

‘They’ve done it in London, so why not here?’ Councillor suggests low-traffic neighbourhoods

19 September 2023

A councillor has queried whether contentious low-traffic neighbourhoods could be introduced to tackle pollution levels in Swaffham.

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Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

29 August 2023

Councillors have thrown their weight behind a campaign against closing railway station ticket offices – with the plans labelled “discriminatory”.

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