Labour has responded to the Conservatives group’s latest threat over the local council’s finances by calling the administration to task over their growing reserves which total over £13m.
Labour has responded to the boundary commission’s draft recommendations for north Norfolk, claiming they do not meet key criteria set by the commission.
A former North Norfolk District Council chairman and councillor is standing as the Labour Party candidate in the Waterside by-election on Thursday 9 February.
Labour activists have been out campaigning on the Bittern Line this morning, protesting against the latest hike in rail fares, and calling for a new plan for the country’s train services.
A petition has been started calling on local hospitals in the county to scrap car parking charges in line with hospitals in Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
The local Labour Party is calling for residents to oppose BT removing phone boxes in rural villages in North Norfolk. The company wishes to remove over seventy in rural communities citing the increased use of mobile phones as a reason to do so.
North Norfolk Labour Party is pleased to report local refuse collection staff have resolved their dispute with Kier. The party has been offering the GMB union support to ensure better pay and working conditions.
Campaigners in the Labour Party were campaigning across North Norfolk today to fight Theresa May’s controversial plans for more grammar schools.
The leader of the local District Council and its ruling Tory administration have been accused of incompetence after half its senior officers at the council resigned.
As three senior managements walk out of North Norfolk District Council, Labour calls on the ruling Tory group to “get a grip”.