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Tories could face wipeout in Norfolk, according to new poll

Tories could face wipeout in Norfolk, according to new poll

Tories could face wipeout in Norfolk, according to new poll

The Tories could be facing a total wipeout in Norfolk at next month’s election, for the first time in the party’s history, according to a new poll.


Pylon campaigners issue mock invoice for scrutiny on proposed Norwich to Tilbury project

Pylon campaigners issue mock invoice for scrutiny on proposed Norwich to Tilbury project

Pylon campaigners issue mock invoice for scrutiny on proposed Norwich to Tilbury project

Campaigners battling pylon plans have sought to highlight the perceived lack of action by regulators – by sending a mock invoice for its services.


Duck producer puts forward plans for 17-acre solar farm

Duck producer puts forward plans for 17-acre solar farm

Duck producer puts forward plans for 17-acre solar farm

A food producer, famous for its breed of duck, has put forward plans to create a 17-acre solar farm.


General Election 2024: Green Party candiates and activists gather in town to launch East of England campaign

General Election 2024: Green Party candiates and activists gather in town to launch East of England campaign

General Election 2024: Green Party candiates and activists gather in town to launch East of England campaign

Green Party candidates and activists from across the East gathered in a town yesterday to launch the party’s General Election campaign for the area.


Poultry processing plant plans for reservoir as part of expansion

Poultry processing plant plans for reservoir as part of expansion

Poultry processing plant plans for reservoir as part of expansion

A reservoir could be constructed as part of a wide-ranging application to increase operations at a poultry processing factory in Eye.


Main construction for long-awaited bypass given the go ahead

Main construction for long-awaited bypass given the go ahead

Main construction for long-awaited bypass given the go ahead

The main construction work for a bypass, which is set to cost nearly £50 million, is set to start next week after being given government approval.


Norfolk’s new Police and Crime Commissioner to shine light on force’s ‘brilliant work’

Norfolk’s new Police and Crime Commissioner to shine light on force’s ‘brilliant work’

Norfolk’s new Police and Crime Commissioner to shine light on force’s ‘brilliant work’

Norfolk’s new police and crime commissioner has spoken about the weight of responsibility resting on her shoulders having taken on the role.


Appeal against charging site decision to go to government

Appeal against charging site decision to go to government

Appeal against charging site decision to go to government

A developer, wanting to create electric vehicle charging points in Diss, is to appeal to the Secretary of State after having its plans turned down.


‘It could kill us’: Campaigner’s anger at council lifting town HGV ban

‘It could kill us’: Campaigner’s anger at council lifting town HGV ban

‘It could kill us’: Campaigner’s anger at council lifting town HGV ban

A campaigner said she feels Eye has been abandoned by the county council after it lifted a restriction on HGVs going through the town.


Town fast food development plans refused by council

Town fast food development plans refused by council

Town fast food development plans refused by council

Plans for two new fast food restaurants in Diss have been thrown out due to concerns over their impact on the environment.


£400,000 repair bill leaves centre’s future in doubt

£400,000 repair bill leaves centre’s future in doubt

£400,000 repair bill leaves centre’s future in doubt

Diss’ main community venue could be demolished as officials wrestle with various options in order to safeguard its long-term future.


Fast food development in Diss faces council refusal

Fast food development in Diss faces council refusal

Fast food development in Diss faces council refusal

Proposals for two new fast food restaurants in a Norfolk town are facing opposition amid concerns for wildlife.


Diss Post Office set for move following consultation conclusion

Diss Post Office set for move following consultation conclusion

Diss Post Office set for move following consultation conclusion

A town post office will be relocated after 70 years despite calls for the move to be scrapped.


New pylons consultation accused of ignoring alternative options

New pylons consultation accused of ignoring alternative options

New pylons consultation accused of ignoring alternative options

The latest statutory consultation on a contentious pylon proposal has begun – but opposition campaigners say alternatives are being ignored.


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