Norfolk's Burning Issue

Public Accounts Committee chair Margaret Hodge

Report chair slams “scandalous” government decision on King’s Lynn incinerator

Taxpayers have been left in the lurch after the government’s “scandalous” move to pull out of a deal to help the county build an incinerator, an influential group of MPs has found.

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Former Norfolk County Council leader Derrick Murphy. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Councillor apologises after former Norfolk County Council leader threatens legal action over email

A county councillor has issued an apology after he was threatened with legal action over remarks he made about a former leader of Norfolk County Council.

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Mark Bee (left) and George Nobbs

Norfolk waste will be burned in new Suffolk incinerator

Some of Norfolk’s waste will be burned in a Suffolk incinerator from today.

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The sun sets over the King's Lynn Incinerator site near Saddlebow. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Compensation for Norfolk incinerator ‘considerably lower’ than expected

The compensation which Norfolk County Council has paid out because of the aborted incinerator is “considerably lower” than the £20.3m County Hall bosses expected to have to hand over, it has been revealed.

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The site of the proposed power plants near Sutton Bridge. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Village to stage a poll over proposed power plants in Sutton Bridge

People living near a site of a proposed £300 million power plant in the Fens will today go to the polls to have their say on the controversial scheme.

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