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The director of Scott Properties fielded questions from concerned residents during a planning meeting on Wednesday
He was put on the spot at a council meeting today when the Labour opposition leader asked him to condemn the PM.
The money raised will go towards paying for books for pupils focusing on diversity and sex education
A 24-year-old woman has been charged with shoplifting offences across three counties.
Rose Haynes is offering 'sound baths' for people looking to dip their toes into meditation
A defunct tourist information centre has been repurposed into the Mere Octagon, offering start-up businesses short leases to test their business plans
1066 At The Chequers has taken all French fare off its menu in protest at their government’s treatment towards the United Kingdom
A town council has threatened to remove a piece of play area equipment if vandalism continues after it was irreparably damaged last week
The shooting of Tony Crouch has caused widespread shock amongst residents
A pair of iPads and money has been stolen from a village business.
Premier Rescue Ambulance Service, which was carrying an 81-year-old woman as she died has been shut down by care watchdogs
Over several visits to his GP, Gareth Stevens was told the persistent pain in his face was likely the result of teeth clenching or depression
A neighbourhood association has raised £1,400 to have a defibrillator installed in a phone box
The incident comes amidst growing frustration amongst Bressingham and Fersfield residents about the number of HGVs travelling through the area
Officers are currently at the scene following a collision this morning
Police have urged motorists to use alternative routes were possible
Campaigners have welcomed the ‘excellent news’ but energy firm Biowatt have promised to submit a fresh planning application
The incident is being investigated by police.
Richard Bacon has said the Prime Minister will 'bounce back' from the current turmoil engulfing Number 10
An education and training company is holding a recruitment day for teachers and assistants in a range of subjects.
Schools have voiced their concerns over staffing levels amidst a surge in Covid cases – but assured they will do all they can to keep classrooms open
Students Cait Croft, Lucie O’Brien and Zeyno Oguz set up the event to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices and Brain Tumour Research UK