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Fuel tanker recovered after getting stuck in ditch

Fuel tanker recovered after getting stuck in ditch

Fuel tanker recovered after getting stuck in ditch

It is the second time in a month that a tanker has got stuck in the village, leading to growing frustration from residents


Protesters take to the River Waveney to demand tighter regulation on water companies

Protesters take to the River Waveney to demand tighter regulation on water companies

Protesters take to the River Waveney to demand tighter regulation on water companies

Anglian Water have denied discharging sewage into the river amidst outcry from residents


Tongan volcano impact picked up by amateur meteorologist

Tongan volcano impact picked up by amateur meteorologist

Tongan volcano impact picked up by amateur meteorologist

Luke Broom-Lynne's £100 weather station had picked up a drop in atmospheric pressure caused by the volcano more than 10,000 miles away


Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Huge turnout as villagers stage protest against Biogas plant

Around 70 people mobilised in front of Deal Farm Biogas on Wednesday to voice their opposition to the controversial plant


Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

The incident comes amidst growing frustration amongst Bressingham and Fersfield residents about the number of HGVs travelling through the area


Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Residents voice opposition to revised application for biogas plant during village hall meeting

Developers behind Deal Farm Biogas were notably absent at Monday's meeting – but have thanked residents for their invitation


Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

A duck farming business has formed an unlikely partnership with a wildlife conservation group to save the endangered birds along the Little Ouse River


Energy firm launch fresh application for controversial biogas plant

Energy firm launch fresh application for controversial biogas plant

Energy firm launch fresh application for controversial biogas plant

Councillors and residents will meet tomorrow to discuss the latest development to stop the construction of Deal Farm Biogas


One year on: Councillor Alison Thomas looks back on devastating floods

One year on: Councillor Alison Thomas looks back on devastating floods

One year on: Councillor Alison Thomas looks back on devastating floods

A year after Long Stratton was hit by devastating floods, a councillor whose house was wrecked has spoken about her experience


Five-year-old's miniature Christmas tree gift now towers over dad's house

Five-year-old's miniature Christmas tree gift now towers over dad's house

Five-year-old's miniature Christmas tree gift now towers over dad's house

A miniature Christmas tree given to 21-year-old Zara Goreham 16 years ago now towers over her dad's house


Three generations take part in tree planting initiative

Three generations take part in tree planting initiative

Three generations take part in tree planting initiative

Sir Rupert Mann, his son Alexander and grandson Albie were among the volunteers to plant trees on a disused football pitch last week


Mum enlists the help of community to build ‘Elf Village’ out of bark and tree roots

Mum enlists the help of community to build ‘Elf Village’ out of bark and tree roots

Mum enlists the help of community to build ‘Elf Village’ out of bark and tree roots

Rona Reeder has spent that past year building elf houses out of bark, tree roots and other bits of woodland that have been donated to her by villagers


Campaigners accuse MP of misinformation after sewage claims

Campaigners accuse MP of misinformation after sewage claims

Campaigners accuse MP of misinformation after sewage claims

Dan Poulter MP had claimed there were 'no concerns over water quality' in Suffolk's rivers


Residents hold petition to in opposition to MP voting down amendment to Environment Bill

Residents hold petition to in opposition to MP voting down amendment to Environment Bill

Residents hold petition to in opposition to MP voting down amendment to Environment Bill

Dr Dan Poulter claimed that there are “no concerns over water quality or safety in our rivers”


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