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Great Yarmouth's UKIP party is putting forward a motion for a committee system at the borough council

UKIP’s bid to bring committee system to Great Yarmouth Borough Council branded ‘shallow posturing’

Great Yarmouth’s UKIP party is putting forward plans to change the borough council’s decision making system to one they claim will be more democratic.

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Diss Christmas Lights 2013
 Mayor Neil Howard, Pete Gillings, Alice Cater and Father Christmas

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Appeal for Christmas tree to be saved as part of the Diss display

Councillors appealed for a town’s Christmas tree to be saved after a proposal was made to axe the festive flora from this year’s display.

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Hellesdon Hospital in Norwich.

Concern over £16m temporary staffing bill for Norfolk and Suffolk mental health trust

Mental health bosses pledged to reduce temporary staffing costs in Norfolk and Suffolk after it emerged that an NHS trust spent more than £16m in the space of a year on locums and agency workers.

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A general view at the border between Scotland and England just north of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Norwich-based Aviva joins other big businesses in warning of Yes vote consequences

The cost of borrowing to fund public spending on schools, hospitals and roads would go up in an independent Scotland, the head of a leading insurer has said.

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Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett in the control room at Wymondham HQ. Photo: Bill Smith

Norfolk PCC Stephen Bett defends his role after Lib Dems pledge to scrap police and crime commissioners

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) found himself at the centre of a row last night, after coalition politicians pledged to scrap the controversial post.

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