The restoration of one of Norfolk’s most visible drainage mills is poised to reach a landmark moment.
Sadly, our hills will never be alive with the sound of music. Why? Because we suffer from the Hill Street blues, having no hill worthy of the name.
Attendance at a wide variety of events is routine for provincial journalists but throughout my decades in the profession, I never went to a soirée! Evening gatherings a-plenty, yes, but none had that French word on the invitation.
Most of us have burning questions which usually remain unanswered, provoking frustration when there appear to be no remaining untapped sources of information left.
Great Yarmouth’s towering gas holder is safe from being knocked down, National Grid have confirmed.
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