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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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David Miller and Hannah Witheridge are seen walking hand in hand around 1am as they leave an all-night party at Sairee Beach on the Thai island of Koh Tao. Picture: SUPPLIED

Thailand murder update: British man is believed to have been questioned by Thai Police

Police on the resort island of Koh Tao in southern Thailand have stepped up their hunt for the killer of Hannah Witheridge, from Hemsby, and her friend, David Miller, from Jersey.

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Library photo of an ambulance. Photo: Steve Adams

Update: Traffic on busy Norwich road back to normal following car accident

Traffic on a busy Norwich road has now returned to normal this morning following an earlier car accident.

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Hellesdon Hospital in Norwich.

Concern over £16m temporary staffing bill for Norfolk and Suffolk mental health trust

Mental health bosses pledged to reduce temporary staffing costs in Norfolk and Suffolk after it emerged that an NHS trust spent more than £16m in the space of a year on locums and agency workers.

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Matt Broad, ambulance locality director for Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

Ambulance Watch: Commissioners call for ‘significant improvement’ in ambulance response times in North Norfolk

A senior ambulance manager has warned that it may be difficult to hit performance improvement targets in parts of Norfolk because of increased demand and hospital delays.

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Inspectors at the NDR inquiry questioned whether the road would

Inspectors question whether £148.5m Norwich road would “weaken” city centre

Inspectors considering whether the £148.5m Norwich Northern Distributor Road should be recommended for approval have questioned whether the scheme will “weaken” the city centre.

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Feature on Oulton Broad South station and that was saved despite the Beeching report. Albert Godfrey who still lives in the old Station house.

Tributes paid to railway man and campaigner

Albert Godfrey died on Sunday, August 30, aged 88.

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Conman who preyed on elderly victims in Norfolk and Suffolk is jailed

A conman who targeted people linked to churches in Norwich, Norfolk and other parts of the country has been jailed.

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Politics See all

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.

Read full story »

Health See all

Hellesdon Hospital in Norwich.

Concern over £16m temporary staffing bill for Norfolk and Suffolk mental health trust

Mental health bosses pledged to reduce temporary staffing costs in Norfolk and Suffolk after it emerged that an NHS trust spent more than £16m in the space of a year on locums and agency workers.

Read full story »

Education See all

An artist's impression of how the new All Saints Green development, next to Norwich Bus Station, will look.

New 228-room halls will house Norwich arts university students

The arts university in Norwich has signed an agreement for its students to be housed at a new 228-room student accommodation development next to the city’s bus station.

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Paul Davies and Jane Howling with the Small Employer of the year trophy

Wisbech salon wins prestigious apprenticeship award

Top to Toe Hair and Beauty Salon fought off tough competition to win the Small Employer of the Year category, in the regional finals of the National Apprenticeship Awards.

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