Environment

Norfolk Waste Partnership launces the Recycling Revolution campaign. Pictured: Tom Fitzpatrick – one of the directors of the joint venture company, John Fisher, chairman of the Norfolk Waste Partnership and Brian Long, vice-chairman of the Norfolk Waste Partnership. Picture: Paul Tibbs

Graphic: Norfolk set for recycling revolution on October 1

Norfolk-wide changes to recycling that come into effect from October 1, will mean that materials, including glass bottles and jars, can now be recycled at the kerbside using the recycling bin.

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Pub on the Prom in Great Yarmouth.

Picture: James Bass

Father and son team at the helm of perfectly placed seaside pub in Great Yarmouth

Hospitality has been a lifelong profession for Ian Scott and a career that has taken him across the globe.

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Proposals have been drawn up for managing the coast between Hunstanton and Wolferton. Picture: Mike Page

Have your say on how coastal defences at Hunstanton, Heacham, Snettisham and Wolferton should be managed

People living on the coast between Hunstanton and Wolferton have a week left to share their views on how it should be managed.

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On Wells Quay are fishermen (from left) Rob Harris, Nicky King and Carl Pickering. Picture: Ian Burt

Ongoing dispute between fishermen and energy company sparks concerns over the future of north Norfolk’s fishing industry

An on-going dispute between north Norfolk fishermen and an offshore wind company could threaten the future of the district’s fishing industry, it has been warned.

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Walking a footpath near Dumpling Green are (left to right) Dereham mayor Tim Birt, councillor Linda Goreham, footpath warden Ken Hawkins, councillor Phillip Duigan and Martin Sneesby of the Ramblers.

Dereham footpath survey highlights signposting and access problems

Town councillors are seeking a meeting with county highways officers to resolve problems with Dereham’s public footpaths network, after a survey found less than half to be both well-signposted and accessible to the average walker.

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