The Labour Party became the second biggest party in Cromer Town after Thursday’s night by-election – which also saw the Tories fall to last place.
Campaigners express their concern about a “hurried” announcement by the ambulance trust, after it was revealed not one ‘extra’ ambulances was in action.
Labour’s Act on Ambulances campaign is featured on Anglia News as the media talk about yet another u-turn over ambulance cuts.
Labour have welcomed an announcement today that a number of ambulances have been returned to the region that were initially earmarked to be cut.
A new scheme, known as the North Walsham Bonus Card, has been set up to encourage local residents to use local shops in a bid to boost North Walsham.
New parking tax would see two free car parks in North Walsham become ‘season ticket only’ – at a cost of £200 per annum.
Labour are calling on the Tories at the local council to honour its pledge of a rethink on their two-tier car park fees and evening charges in the district.
The number of young people claiming Job Seekers Allowance for at least 12 months in north Norfolk has risen by 114% in the last twelve months.
The Deputy Mayor of Cromer, David Pritchard, visited Cromer resident Peggy Garwood on Friday as she celebrated her 90th birthday.
Labour has responded to Norman Lamb’s comments on the Coasthopper, which is at risk from funding cuts, following the Transport Minister’s visit to the constituency.