Norfolk's Burning Issue

The site at Saddlebow where the incinerator was proposed. Picture: Ian Burt.

Norfolk incinerator inquiry sparks criticism from both sides

Norfolk’s ill-fated incinerator is to be the subject of an inquiry, as the leader of the county council conceded there were still questions over the saga which needed answers.

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The proposed incinerator site at Saddlebow. Picture: Ian Burt.

Independent inquiry ordered into incinerator proposed for Norfolk

An independent inquiry has been ordered into the process surrounding the incinerator proposed for Norfolk.

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Anti-Incinerator campaigners (L) Mike Knights and Michael de Whalley. Picture: Ian Burt

Meet some of the people who fought against the King’s Lynn incinerator plan - and won

When the King’s Lynn incinerator plan was thrown out earlier this week it marked the end of years of campaigning for a dedicated bunch. Chris Bishop focuses on some of them and their efforts.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives for a meeting of European Conservatives ahead of an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday, March 20, 2014. The EU Commission president wants a two-day summit of European Union leaders to center on boosting the fledgling government in Kiev rather than focus exclusively on sanctions against Russia over its annexation of Ukraineís Crimea peninsula. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Prime Minister: Norfolk people have been listened to over King’s Lynn incinerator decision...and don’t blame Eric

Norfolk people have been listened to over the King’s Lynn incinerator, David Cameron has said as he defended the government’s role in the fiasco.

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CEO of Palm Paper Dr Wolfgang Palm. Picture by: Matthew Usher.

Photo gallery: King’s Lynn paper mill hits the mark for German boss

Wolfgang Palm has made King’s Lynn a national centre for paper production. Business writer Ben Woods speaks to the chief executive of Palm Paper about the importance of its west Norfolk site.

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