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Duo to trek 180 miles for charity in two weeks

Duo to trek 180 miles for charity in two weeks

Duo to trek 180 miles for charity in two weeks

Two university friends will use their love of long-distance walking to help others as the take on the Coast to Coast challenge for charity.


Council may need to cut back on opening hours of tips as cash crisis looms

Council may need to cut back on opening hours of tips as cash crisis looms

Council may need to cut back on opening hours of tips as cash crisis looms

County Hall is considering drastic financial savings including cutting funding to mobile library services by almost half.


Parish Council has new team in place after mass resignation

Parish Council has new team in place after mass resignation

Parish Council has new team in place after mass resignation

A parish council has a new temporary team in place, following the resignation last month of all its members.


Two coast towns vote in favour of using Neighbourhood Plan

Two coast towns vote in favour of using Neighbourhood Plan

Two coast towns vote in favour of using Neighbourhood Plan

It is an overwhelming 'yes' answer to the referendum concerning the Plan, which will help decide future planning applications.


Lynn campaigners join TUC march to Parliament

Lynn campaigners join TUC march to Parliament

Lynn campaigners join TUC march to Parliament

The rally in London was over the cost of living crisis and slogans included "I can't afford a proper placard" and "I can't afford a pot to pee in".


West Norfolk 'shanty town' fear expressed

West Norfolk 'shanty town' fear expressed

West Norfolk 'shanty town' fear expressed

The growth of holiday parks in our area was a hot topic of discussion for councillors this week.


Millions to get first cost of living payment next month

Millions to get first cost of living payment next month

Millions to get first cost of living payment next month

The first of the government's cost of living support payments will begin dropping into people's accounts in July but who will get the money and when?


Charity awarded funding to fight fuel poverty

Charity awarded funding to fight fuel poverty

Charity awarded funding to fight fuel poverty

It has been given five-figure funds to help Norfolk people caught in a ‘heat or eat’ dilemma, as part of almost £1m from an electricity distributor.


New Clenchwarton parish councillor 'wants to work with everyone'

New Clenchwarton parish councillor 'wants to work with everyone'

New Clenchwarton parish councillor 'wants to work with everyone'

Born in Clenchwarton and a company director in Lynn, he has plans to tackle the controversial question of rebuilding the village hall.


Borough council to restructure planning department

Borough council to restructure planning department

Borough council to restructure planning department

Investment and changes in proposals to improve West Norfolk planning process.

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Warning over weeding out of adult care providers in county

Warning over weeding out of adult care providers in county

Warning over weeding out of adult care providers in county

Improve or be asked to leave the market - that is the stark choice being offered inadequate care providers by a County Hall chief.


Boris Johnson survives vote of no confidence

Boris Johnson survives vote of no confidence

Boris Johnson survives vote of no confidence

The Prime Minister has won the support of his MPs in a vote of no confidence.


Boris Johnson confidence vote: How do you want your MP to vote?

Boris Johnson confidence vote: How do you want your MP to vote?

Boris Johnson confidence vote: How do you want your MP to vote?

A confidence vote in PM Boris Johnson will be held today after enough Tory MPs submitted letters asking for a poll - how would you vote?


'We're living in the Dark Ages!' West Norfolk couple slam council in planning enforcement row

'We're living in the Dark Ages!' West Norfolk couple slam council in planning enforcement row

'We're living in the Dark Ages!' West Norfolk couple slam council in planning enforcement row

Officials say they are doing 'everything we can' to fix the problem, but the couple says they have been living with unhealthy conditions for months.


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