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.
There would be economic benefits in putting on later evening trains on the Bittern Line, the party has argued.
Denise Burke spoke to BBC Radio Norfolk on Wednesday about the fight for better response times.
Labour’s Act on Ambulances campaign was mentioned in a heated debate on A&E within the NHS today in the House of Commons.
This petition speaks out against Environment Agency cuts and calls on the government to ensure that flood defences are improved to protect North Norfolk.
Labour calls for the coalition government to introduce a statutory code to protect landlords from exploitation at the hands of large companies.
Denise Burke tells BBC Radio Norfolk that more investment in flood and coastal defences is needed in North Norfolk.
North Norfolk Labour has criticised a move by the Environment Agency to cut 1,500 jobs in the wake of the storms and floods that hit Norfolk last month.