Following Simon Thurley’s letter (Viewpoint, Janaury 28), there is another way of treating the South Gate.
Environment: Comments by council leader 'are disgraceful'.
Regarding the report about the plans for Hunstanton cliffs and promenade, Lynn News, January 24.
This is a copy of a letter I have sent to Richard Blunt, West Norfolk Council portfolio holder for development.
On February 4, the ruling Conservative cabinet of West Norfolk Council will take some important decisions.
Allister Webb (Lynn News, January 14) points out that for years we have debated on how the monarchy should be slimmed down.
If you really “Love West Norfolk” then you’d better defend it.
It was good to see on BBC Look East at the weekend pictures from St George’s Guildhall in Lynn with a story of Shakespeare probably performing there.
Norfolk County Council could have to repay up to £5.3 million to the Government, if they open up Hardings Way bus lane to traffic.
I must take issue with the content of the article 'Trains being missed due to missing bridge at station' (Lynn News, December 20).
I would like to wish the people of Norfolk and all our staff and partner organisations a happy New Year.