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James Joyce

Diss hub will help provide support for town’s struggling families

A help centre is to be set up in Diss to reduce the number of families reaching a crisis point because of the town’s higher levels of deprivation.

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The Tramway Hotel on London Road, Pakefield

Dramatic twist over Tesco store plan for Lowestoft deals blow to Pakefield residents

The controversy over plans for a new Tesco store in Pakefield took a dramatic twist yesterday when a senior council officer concluded a decision to halt the company’s proposals should be quashed.

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Lowestoft conference at the Town's  Sixth Form Centre.
Members of the panel.

Graphic: Vision outlined for the future of Lowestoft

Critics have consistently made the point that Lowestoft lacks a vision for a prosperous future with claims that its transport system and infrastructure are failing the town.

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Work is set to start on the Beyond Green development next year.

Work on 3,500 new homes north of Norwich to start next year

Developers behind a scheme which will see 3,500 homes built to the north of Norwich have revealed the first people are set to move in within two years.

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David Freeman next to the war memorial on the River Green at Thorpe St Andrew in 2011.

Thorpe St Andrew nuclear test veteran speaks of defect fears, after PM gives hope to families

A nuclear test veteran has spoken of his fear that each new member of his family will have some defect because of his exposure to radiation in the 1950s.

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Stephen Revell councillor for Clavering 2000

Norfolk incinerator inquiry: ‘Somebody needs to be held to account’

“If I can go some way to restoring confidence in the democratic process and make sure we never have this happen in Norfolk again, then I will have achieved something.”

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