March 7 2014 Latest news:
Drivers and passengers have been urged to belt up, as police in Norfolk and Suffolk get set for a crackdown on motorists who fail to use seatbelts.
Old socks, holey jumpers, worn out sheets, ripped curtains and even torn underpants are all on Norfolk County Council’s wanted list as it tries to cut a £750,000 landfill bill with a new recycling campaign.
A charity has launched an urgent appeal to help “struggling” fishermen across Lowestoft and Southwold, whose livelihoods have been affected by the recent storm surge.
Proposals to reduce speed limits in Wells have been enthusiastically welcomed – but one suggested additional traffic calming measure has been condemned as a “total nightmare” for the town.
Proposals which would see Norfolk families charged for using some of the county’s recycling centres have been given the thumbs-down by EDP24 and EveningNews24 online readers.