While we welcome the latest announcement, we will continue to press the Environment Agency and the Government to do more to protect our coast and communities in North Norfolk.
Labour’s Protect Our Coast campaigners have welcomed reports that the Environment Agency should be able to reinstate flood defences after last year’s surge.
The ambulance trust is to receive a cash injection of up to £15 million from local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) within the NHS.
Labour has welcomed a partial u-turn over car parking fees from the Tories at North Norfolk District Council, but argue that it is ‘long overdue’.
Labour campaigners have welcomed talk of trains running 20 minutes later on Friday and Saturday from next year but want to see more improvements.
Holidaymakers will no longer face rip-off charges for using their mobile phones abroad following a vote in the European Parliament.
Labour’s ambulance campaign hosts an evening with the new Chief Executive of the ambulance service at a public meeting in Cromer.
Why should those who rely on public transport be expected to have their work or social life curtailed by an inefficient, unfit for purpose train service?
A petition has been set up calling on train firms to put on later trains on the Bittern Line in North Norfolk.
The new Chief Executive of our ambulance trust, Anthony Marsh, will talk about his plans for the health emergency service at an Act on Ambulances event.