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Council votes to retain licensing policy

11 November 2020
Council votes to retain licensing policy

Council votes to retain licensing policy

11 November 2020

Council votes to retain without change a licensing policy designed to help businesses while reducing the impact of any anti-social behaviour.


Police arrest man on suspicion of drugs offence

11 November 2020
Police arrest man on suspicion of drugs offence

Police arrest man on suspicion of drugs offence

11 November 2020

Police on patrol found suspected drugs during a search and seized cash.


Christmas Fair cancelled to support national lockdown

09 November 2020
Christmas Fair cancelled to support national lockdown

Christmas Fair cancelled to support national lockdown

09 November 2020

Festive event had been planned as an alternative to hugely-popular major annual fayre.


Village's phone box art gallery is a 'UK-first'

07 November 2020
Village's phone box art gallery is a 'UK-first'

Village's phone box art gallery is a 'UK-first'

07 November 2020

It might not be the Tate Modern, but a village does boast what is thought to be a UK-first in the art world.


Villagers step up battle against major solar farm

31 October 2020
Villagers step up battle against major solar farm

Villagers step up battle against major solar farm

31 October 2020

Residents fearing a sprawling solar facility could be built on swathes of land across several villages are stepping up their fight against the plans.


There’s still time to help create a legacy

29 October 2020
There’s still time to help create a legacy

There’s still time to help create a legacy

29 October 2020

Bidders have been rushing to secure some of the unique prizes on offer in a major charity online auction.


Give a gift to town businesses

28 October 2020
Give a gift to town businesses

Give a gift to town businesses

28 October 2020

Finding Christmas presents which tick all the boxes can be a challenge, but a new solution could be available this year.


Norfolk Police appeal after sheds broken into

26 October 2020
Norfolk Police appeal after sheds broken into

Norfolk Police appeal after sheds broken into

26 October 2020

Witnesses are being sought to a burglary, in which power tools were stolen.


Parent calls for road safety improvements after youngster injured in incident near two schools

24 October 2020
Parent calls for road safety improvements after youngster injured in incident near two schools

Parent calls for road safety improvements after youngster injured in incident near two schools

24 October 2020

A parent is calling for changes to make a road safer after an incident involving a youngster near two schools.


'Every poppy counts' says charity ahead of annual appeal

23 October 2020
'Every poppy counts' says charity ahead of annual appeal

'Every poppy counts' says charity ahead of annual appeal

23 October 2020

This year's Poppy Appeal for Remembrance will be going ahead this year – albeit on a smaller scale than usual.


Five-month water leak ‘putting residents at risk’

23 October 2020
Five-month water leak ‘putting residents at risk’

Five-month water leak ‘putting residents at risk’

23 October 2020

Specialist equipment could reveal the source of a leak which has left water pumping down a hill since April, Anglian Water said this week.


Scrap the paper with digital tickets

21 October 2020
Scrap the paper with digital tickets

Scrap the paper with digital tickets

21 October 2020

Motorists can now go paperless in car parks owned by two councils.


Ambulance service responds to emergency call near school

20 October 2020
Ambulance service responds to emergency call near school

Ambulance service responds to emergency call near school

20 October 2020

An ambulance and rapid response vehicle were sent to an incident this morning.


Spooky fun is on for families

20 October 2020
Spooky fun is on for families

Spooky fun is on for families

20 October 2020

Hallowe'en is arriving at a shopping centre during half-term next week.


Call to join virtual walk to help train hearing dogs for deaf people

19 October 2020
Call to join virtual walk to help train hearing dogs for deaf people

Call to join virtual walk to help train hearing dogs for deaf people

19 October 2020

Charity is asking dog owners to join virtual event after planned events were cancelled due to Covid-19.


Group is putting the (green) heart back into estate

18 October 2020
Group is putting the (green) heart back into estate

Group is putting the (green) heart back into estate

18 October 2020

A community group which started as a way of creating safe spaces on a estate has won recognition.


How Christmas activities will be a bit different in and around this town

15 October 2020
How Christmas activities will be a bit different in and around this town

How Christmas activities will be a bit different in and around this town

15 October 2020

Christmas festivities in and around a town might be a little different this year, but one venue is hoping to add a little festive cheer to the season.


Mobile phone taken in distraction burglary

14 October 2020
Mobile phone taken in distraction burglary

Mobile phone taken in distraction burglary

14 October 2020

Police are urging customer-facing businesses and staff to be vigilant of distraction thefts following an incident today.


Short-list announced for Innovation Awards

13 October 2020
Short-list announced for Innovation Awards

Short-list announced for Innovation Awards

13 October 2020

Businesses from two districts have been short-listed in the first business Innovation Awards.


Government cash is a 'ray of light', says museum director

12 October 2020
Government cash is a 'ray of light', says museum director

Government cash is a 'ray of light', says museum director

12 October 2020

Museum to receive £91,000 from the Government's Culture Recovery Fund to help face the challenges brought on by Covid-19.