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Sub-station opposition does not stop biggest offshore wind farm in world

Sub-station opposition does not stop biggest offshore wind farm in world

Sub-station opposition does not stop biggest offshore wind farm in world

A Government minister has today ignored advice from the Planning Inspectorate to approve a huge new wind turbine field off Norfolk.

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Wild Ken Hill support climate Bill

Wild Ken Hill support climate Bill

Wild Ken Hill support climate Bill

A rewilding nature reserve has joined a campaign to back an important bill to help tackle climate change.


Are you due £300 to help with heating costs?

Are you due £300 to help with heating costs?

Are you due £300 to help with heating costs?

Cold weather and winter fuel payments are being given to people to help them meet their heating costs - are you entitled to claim?


Winning kids get to light up the big star

Winning kids get to light up the big star

Winning kids get to light up the big star

We asked youngsters to design recyclable fruit or veg and two brothers came up with two brilliant entries.


Solar power installation proposal backed by councillors after tree concern resolved

Solar power installation proposal backed by councillors after tree concern resolved

Solar power installation proposal backed by councillors after tree concern resolved

More than 90,000 panels are planned in the scheme, which was overwhelmingly supported by councillors.


West Norfolk councillors oppose offshore wind farm plans

West Norfolk councillors oppose offshore wind farm plans

West Norfolk councillors oppose offshore wind farm plans

A plea to block plans for the largest wind farm in the world has won support across West Norfolk.

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Solar power plan slammed as having 'no respect' for area

Solar power plan slammed as having 'no respect' for area

Solar power plan slammed as having 'no respect' for area

Plans, which it is claimed could provide power for more than 13,000 homes, will be considered by councillors next week.


Village allotment growing well

Village allotment growing well

Village allotment growing well

An allotment, created by two mums to bring villagers together, is flourishing thanks to a grant of £3,000.


Burst main hits West Norfolk water supplies

Burst main hits West Norfolk water supplies

Burst main hits West Norfolk water supplies

Supplies across large parts of the borough are being affected.


Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Homes must prepare for flooding, says the Environment Agency, with all households being advised to check now if they're at risk.


Monitoring work continues after bird flu outbreak on estate

Monitoring work continues after bird flu outbreak on estate

Monitoring work continues after bird flu outbreak on estate

A single case of the virus has been identified, officials say.


Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

A ban on single-use plastic plates, cutlery and other items such as disposable cups and sachets is being explored, the government has confirmed.


Bird flu outbreak confirmed at Norfolk farm

Bird flu outbreak confirmed at Norfolk farm

Bird flu outbreak confirmed at Norfolk farm

Restricted areas have been set up around the site.


West Norfolk Council backing for Plovers in Peril

West Norfolk Council backing for Plovers in Peril

West Norfolk Council backing for Plovers in Peril

An RSPB project working to protect threatened beach nesting birds in Norfolk has been awarded vital funding to continue its work until 2026.


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