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LIVE: Ballots being verified ahead of Norfolk County Council election result

LIVE: Ballots being verified ahead of Norfolk County Council election result

LIVE: Ballots being verified ahead of Norfolk County Council election result

Ballots are currently being verified at Norfolk Showground to determine the winners and losers of the county council elections.


Town council issues full apology to councillors after 'malicious campaign' to remove them from their positions

Town council issues full apology to councillors after 'malicious campaign' to remove them from their positions

Town council issues full apology to councillors after 'malicious campaign' to remove them from their positions

In an unreserved apology, the council admitted to “procedural impropriety and complete disregard to due process".


Infrastructure will be crucial to our recovery, says MP

Infrastructure will be crucial to our recovery, says MP

Infrastructure will be crucial to our recovery, says MP

“We need to build back better, and that’s going to involve investment in infrastructure, broadband and housing," Richard Bacon has claimed.


'Don't people deserve more than fried chicken?': MP weighs in on controversial KFC plans

'Don't people deserve more than fried chicken?': MP weighs in on controversial KFC plans

'Don't people deserve more than fried chicken?': MP weighs in on controversial KFC plans

Richard Bacon MP has asked why healthier food options are not available to residents.


Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

Energy firm defend controversial power plant following criticism from councillor

The firm has defended its soon-to-be constructed power plant after a green campaigner warned of its “painful environmental and financial legacy”.


Long Stratton Neighbourhood Plan is put to residents for their final say

Long Stratton Neighbourhood Plan is put to residents for their final say

Long Stratton Neighbourhood Plan is put to residents for their final say

Residents are being offered a final chance to have their say on Long Stratton's Neighbourhood Plan, before it goes off to an independent examiner.


Questions asked of authorities' response to flooding over Christmas

Questions asked of authorities' response to flooding over Christmas

Questions asked of authorities' response to flooding over Christmas

Councillors are asking if enough was done to manage the flooding that affected much of South Norfolk over Christmas last year.


Norfolk police commissioner's new budget to cost taxpayers around 25p a week

Norfolk police commissioner's new budget to cost taxpayers around 25p a week

Norfolk police commissioner's new budget to cost taxpayers around 25p a week

PPC Lorne Green's new policing budget is to be scrutinised by councillors today.


Chaos at Attleborough Town Council deepens with dismissal of clerk

Chaos at Attleborough Town Council deepens with dismissal of clerk

Chaos at Attleborough Town Council deepens with dismissal of clerk

On Tuesday, the council dismissed Gina Lopes, who was also acting as the council’s chief executive officer.


Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

Parents are facing the prospect of many more months of home schooling with the Government expected to rule out a return to the classroom in February.


South Norfolk businesses hopeful of deal as Brexit talks continue

South Norfolk businesses hopeful of deal as Brexit talks continue

South Norfolk businesses hopeful of deal as Brexit talks continue

Businesses warned of price increases if a deal is not met with the European Union.


Furlough scheme to be extended until April next year

Furlough scheme to be extended until April next year

Furlough scheme to be extended until April next year

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the extension this afternoon.


Calls for council leader to resign after joking about killing moles with blowtorch

Calls for council leader to resign after joking about killing moles with blowtorch

Calls for council leader to resign after joking about killing moles with blowtorch

Calls have come in for John Fuller to resign, after a Facebook post was unearthed where he said he was trying to kill moles with a blowtorch.


Historian digs up evidence of allegedly fascist movement in Diss

Historian digs up evidence of allegedly fascist movement in Diss

Historian digs up evidence of allegedly fascist movement in Diss

A local historian has unearthed evidence to suggest that fascism had briefly taken root in Diss little less than a century ago.


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