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What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

Whether it’s the memory of the place you bought your first ever album or a place you go to meet friends and family, Historic England wants to know.


King John's hoard has been found says treasure hunter

King John's hoard has been found says treasure hunter

King John's hoard has been found says treasure hunter

The man leading the search for King John’s Treasure says he is 100% confident that he has found the hoard.


Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water release rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

More than £4 million is available to help innovative projects come up with safe ways for broadband cables to be added to water pipes.


Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Campaigners say they fear Norfolk's waste could be sent to an incinerator half a mile from the county border if it gets the go-ahead.


Supermarket offers free refills

Supermarket offers free refills

Supermarket offers free refills

Morrisons petrol stations are offering customers free water refills at its forecourts in a bid to cut plastic waste.


Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

A supermarket chain says it is installing the UK's largest charging network for electric cars under its expansion plans.


Anglian Water is asking people not to put unflushables down toilets after repeated blockages in Fens villages

Anglian Water is asking people not to put unflushables down toilets after repeated blockages in Fens villages

Anglian Water is asking people not to put unflushables down toilets after repeated blockages in Fens villages

Anglian Water is asking residents not to put unflushables down toilets following repeated blockages in three Fenland villages.


Trees are now lost forever

Trees are now lost forever

Trees are now lost forever

A letter writer has expressed her disgust at a group of trees being chopped down.


Youngsters throw themselves into a day of muddy fun

Youngsters throw themselves into a day of muddy fun

Youngsters throw themselves into a day of muddy fun

Nursery children were encouraged to throw themselves into lots of mess to celebrate International Mud Day.


Funeral directors goes green with new fleet

Funeral directors goes green with new fleet

Funeral directors goes green with new fleet

A funeral directors has gone green with a new fleet of vehicles which is thought to be the first in the area.


Police in contact with travellers

Police in contact with travellers

Police in contact with travellers

Police say they are in contact with the travellers who have set up in Long Sutton.


‘Sounds’ like a compromise

‘Sounds’ like a compromise

‘Sounds’ like a compromise

A factory has been accused of not being a ‘good neighbour'.


Our ‘undersold’ treasure

Our ‘undersold’ treasure

Our ‘undersold’ treasure

More should be made of the natural beauty of the area around The Wash, according to a leading councillor.


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