Norfolk's Burning Issue

Norfolk County Council could freeze its share of the council tax.

Norfolk County Council looks set to freeze its share of council tax, but £10.5m of service cuts on the cards

Families in Norfolk are likely to see the share of council tax they pay to the county council frozen next year, as the authority unveiled its proposed budget for the next year.

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West Norfolk Council leader Nick Daubney. Picture: Ian Burt

West Norfolk’s portion of council tax could be frozen for fifth year

West Norfolk’s portion of the council tax could be frozen for the fifth year on the trot.

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Professor Trevor Davies, from the University of East Anglia, on the site of the proposed £325m Generation Park development.
 Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Graphic: Vision for £325m energy plant in heart of Norwich is revealed

A £325m energy plant could be built in Norwich, with supporters claiming it will create hundreds of jobs and put the city at the forefront of tackling climate change.

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The site where the incinerator would have been built. Picture: Ian Burt.

‘A great day for west Norfolk’ - MP’s reaction to withdrawal of incinerator plans

A Norfolk MP has described it as a “great day for west Norfolk” after the consortium behind controversial plans to build a waste incinerator on the edge of Lynn has confirmed it has withdrawn its planning application for the site.

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The High Sheriff of Norfolk, the Countess of Leicester, spends the day with the Kier binmen. Pictured at the Kier depot in Aylsham.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Review of 2014 in Norfolk and Suffolk: January – June

As 2014 draws to a close, Rosa McMahon looks back at the biggest and quirkiest Norfolk stories from the first six months of the year.

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