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Police on scene of serious collision on A149

20 January 2020

Hannah’s fundraising efforts reach new high

Hannah’s fundraising efforts reach new high

Hannah's creativity turns old books into £2700 donation

19 January 2020

Free period products for all schools and colleges

Free period products for all schools and colleges

Free period products are to be made available to all schools and colleges in England as fully funded scheme is launched

18 January 2020

Coasts on the front line

Coasts on the front line

"We won’t turn our backs to the sea" said Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency Coastal Futures 2020 during her speech at the Royal Geographical Society, London on 15th January. Her speech is below and it contains references to Norfolk.

18 January 2020

West Norfolk University Challenge

West Norfolk University Challenge

Students get a taste of higher education in special competition

17 January 2020

Australian resident “overwhelmed with love and support” continues crafting and fundraising efforts

Australian resident “overwhelmed with love and support” continues crafting and fundraising efforts

Australia has been ravaged by the worst wildfires seen in the country in decades: at least 28 people lost their lives in the devastating fires and it is estimated that over 1 billion animals have been killed. Over 3,000 homes have also been destroyed or damaged and more than 17.9 million acres have burned.

17 January 2020

West Norfolk anti-hate group created

West Norfolk anti-hate group created

An anti-hate group named KLOVE has been established for King’s Lynn and surrounding areas to help celebrate the diversity within the local area.

17 January 2020

Knights Hill development deemed “wholly inappropriate” as public inquiry continues

Knights Hill development deemed “wholly inappropriate” as public inquiry continues

The four-day public inquiry has heard major opposition to the controversial appeal to build more than 600 homes to the west of Knights Hill Village, with newly elected MP James Wild deeming the development “wholly inappropriate” in a letter to the planning inspectorate.

16 January 2020

RSPCA launch their Charity Shop Challenge

RSPCA launch their Charity Shop Challenge

In a bid to combat the wastefulness and environmental devastation that fast fashion causes, the RSPCA is encouraging people to shop second hand to save the planet, help rescue more animals and save some pennies this January.

16 January 2020

James Wild MP secures commitment for better broadband

James Wild MP secures commitment for better broadband

There will be a legal right to minimum broadband speeds in the local area ready for March 2020.

16 January 2020

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