West Norfolk’s MPs have joined calls for the Government to review “excessive” Internal Drainage Board levies by penning a letter to the Chancellor.
A water firm has issued strong reassurances to residents in two villages after rumours on social media of “high levels” of lead in tap water.
A council is battling for change over its “unfair” £3m annual funding to a group that manages the region’s waterways.
People will soon be able to get live updates showing if sewage has been released into our rivers and coastal waters.
A row over a four-foot barricade placed on one of Norfolk’s flagship footpaths has divided a community.
A new coastwatch facility has been greenlit in a bid to allow the “busiest station” in Norfolk to prevent further tragedies.
Visitors to a popular beach have been urged to stop feeding seagulls chips as the birds could be causing widespread water pollution problems.
A town has been chosen to lead in a new climate-based scheme to help work towards becoming Net Zero.
Opposing opinions were put across about a town council showing their support for a climate bill, with one stating that it has “Marxist ideology.”
Members of a wild swimming group have defended inviting children to an event at a pit where four people have drowned in the past decade.
People have been urged not to take part in a wild swimming event at a “notorious” location where four people have drowned in the past decade.
Here are the letters from the Tuesday, November 14 edition of the Lynn News.
A Lynn councillor has written to the Government calling for it to reject an incinerator which she believes will affect deprived areas the hardest.
West Norfolk Council has extinguished fears that fires disrupting a village are toxic – but residents remain “up in arms” about the situation.
Villagers plagued by ongoing sewage problems from an underground pipe have voiced fresh frustrations after the recent rain led to new spills.
A dazzling idea which could transform the region or a ruinous scheme with devastating consequences?
Residents, councillors and environmentalists gathered for a rowdy public meeting to discuss a controversial plan for The Wash.