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Chalk stream study is welcomed by campaigners

Chalk stream study is welcomed by campaigners

Chalk stream study is welcomed by campaigners

One of Norfolk’s rare chalk streams which campaigners say is under threat from pollution and abstraction is to be the subject of a new study.


Candidate joined by volunteer in poo suit to hammer home sewage argument

Candidate joined by volunteer in poo suit to hammer home sewage argument

Candidate joined by volunteer in poo suit to hammer home sewage argument

A Labour candidate was joined by a volunteer dressed as a poo emoji in a bid to highlight the area’s sewage problems.

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School helps bring splash of colour to town park

School helps bring splash of colour to town park

School helps bring splash of colour to town park

Youngsters from a King’s Lynn primary school are helping make the town’s main park even more colourful.


Sailing club moves towards renewable energy following grant

Sailing club moves towards renewable energy following grant

Sailing club moves towards renewable energy following grant

A sailing club has been moving towards renewable energy after receiving a grant.


Residents who could have mega-farm on their doorstep feel ‘let down’ by MP hopeful’s comments

Residents who could have mega-farm on their doorstep feel ‘let down’ by MP hopeful’s comments

Residents who could have mega-farm on their doorstep feel ‘let down’ by MP hopeful’s comments

Locals worried about plans to build one of the largest mega-farms in Europe in a Norfolk village have accused Truss of playing down their concerns.

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Wild praises Conservative pledge to stop new waste incinerators

Wild praises Conservative pledge to stop new waste incinerators

Wild praises Conservative pledge to stop new waste incinerators

The Conservative Party has pledged to stop an unwanted incinerator from coming to town.

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Saddlebow sailors help the environment with clean-up

Saddlebow sailors help the environment with clean-up

Saddlebow sailors help the environment with clean-up

Sailors and stand-up paddle boarders (SUPs) from Ouse Amateur Sailing Club joined in with a national effort to clean up some of the area's waterways.


Flower show’s special anniversary event is coming to town this month

Flower show’s special anniversary event is coming to town this month

Flower show’s special anniversary event is coming to town this month

The East of England Flower Arranging Show is coming to town for its special 70th anniversary event.


Generous donation gives woodland project at school a big boost

Generous donation gives woodland project at school a big boost

Generous donation gives woodland project at school a big boost

A school has been handed a donation to help with an exciting pupil project.


Nature reserve celebrates arrival of Dennis the Eurasian Crane's first chick

Nature reserve celebrates arrival of Dennis the Eurasian Crane's first chick

Nature reserve celebrates arrival of Dennis the Eurasian Crane's first chick

Pensthorpe Natural Park has announced the hatching of a chick by beloved Eurasian crane Dennis and his mate.


‘I would happily live next to a pig farm’: Truss launches attack against ‘animal extremists’

‘I would happily live next to a pig farm’: Truss launches attack against ‘animal extremists’

‘I would happily live next to a pig farm’: Truss launches attack against ‘animal extremists’

Liz Truss has urged people to stand against “animal extremists” who she says pose a serious threat to Norfolk’s farming businesses.

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Anglian Water convicted of failing to supply key information to Environment Agency

Anglian Water convicted of failing to supply key information to Environment Agency

Anglian Water convicted of failing to supply key information to Environment Agency

Anglian Water has been convicted of failing to supply key information to the Environment Agency amid a criminal investigation into water companies.

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Group start fundraising to cover legal costs in bid to stop chicken and pig farms coming to villages

Group start fundraising to cover legal costs in bid to stop chicken and pig farms coming to villages

Group start fundraising to cover legal costs in bid to stop chicken and pig farms coming to villages

Campaigners fighting against plans to create two mega-farms in neighbouring Norfolk villages are raising funds in preparation for future legal costs.


Four-feet high nettles around village set to be cut next week

Four-feet high nettles around village set to be cut next week

Four-feet high nettles around village set to be cut next week

Work to cut down high weeds around a West Norfolk village will start next week amid worries that poor visibility could result in a serious crash.


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