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Henry Bellingham doesn't blame Eric Pickles over Incinerator

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A West Norfolk MP is telling county Councillors not to blame Eric Pickles for the demise of their incinerator Project.

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Council to investigate what went wrong with incinerator project

After three and a half years and nothing to show for it but a bill for £30 million - Norfolk County Council says they want to find out how the Incinerator project became such a mess.

Wisbech could be set for new train line

Wisbech could be about to see one of its old train lines re open - offering a vital link from the town to Cambridge

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Wisbech could be about to see one of its old train lines re open - offering a vital link from the town to Cambridge

King's Lynn votes no to Business Improvement District

Businesses in King's Lynn have today narrowly voted against joining the Business Improvement District.

West Norfolk Sports Award Winners

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It was the biggest night of the year for local sports men and women in West Norfolk at the Corn Exchange.

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King's Lynn Stars v Lakeside Hammers Report

Hannah Tuck has the latest on the meeting which left one rider badly injured in hospital.

RUGBY: Lynn's Lions star George North apologises for celebration

British and Irish Lions Rugby star George North has apologised to fans for a gesture he made while scoring one of the greatest tries of all time in last week’s first test win in Brisbane.

BREAKING NEWS: Stars rider Stead sent to specialist in Sheffield for operation

King’s Lynn Stars stand-in captain Simon Stead has been transferred to a specialist hospital in Sheffield for treatment on the leg that he broke during a training session on Tuesday night.

BASKETBALL: CWA Fury set to resume training

The College of West Anglia Fury basketball team resume their training this week ahead of the forthcoming 2013/14 season, which is set to tip-off in October.

Tesco Full-Year Profit Slumps 6% To £3.3bn

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Tesco has reported a 6% fall in full-year group trading profit of £3.3bn.

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Thousands To Miss Out On First Choice School

Thousands of children will miss out on their parents' preferred primary school place in the first National Offer Day.

Army Failings Blamed Over Camp Bastion Attack

British commanders must take some blame for inadequate security at Camp Bastion when it was attacked in 2012, a parliamentary report has concluded.

Donations Flood In After Marathon Runner's Death

Donations have been flooding in following the death of a man who collapsed just after completing the London Marathon.

Scotland Split Would Risk Jobs, Warns Hammond

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has warned thousands of jobs will be threatened if Scotland decides to break away from the UK.

Miley Cyrus Rushed To Hospital In Allergy Drama

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Miley Cyrus has been forced to cancel a concert after being rushed to hospital suffering from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.

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MH370: Mini-Sub Begins Second Wreckage Search

A mini-submarine tasked with finding wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has begun its second search mission in the depths of the southern Indian Ocean.

Pistorius' Team To Highlight Police 'Errors'

It felt like a dramatic climax to the murder trial, but Oscar Pistorius' testimony and cross examination in the witness box was just the start of the defence's case.

Fast 7: Paul Walker's Brothers To Finish Film

Two brothers of the late actor Paul Walker will help finish Fast & Furious 7 following his death in a car crash.

Bomb Scare On Boston Attack Anniversary

Two unattended bags have been destroyed near the finish line of the Boston marathon - just a year after three people were killed by a pair of bombs.

Giroud, Podolski Send Arsenal Fourth

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Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud fired Arsenal back into the Premier League top four as the Gunners came from behind to defeat West Ham 3-1 at Emirates Stadium.

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Sky Sports News Headlines

A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you by the Sky Sports News team.

Liverpool Remembers Hillsborough 96

Brendan Rodgers and Roberto Martinez led the tributes as thousands gathered at Anfield to remember the 96 Liverpool supporters who died at Hillsborough.

Farrell Injury Boost For Saracens

Saracens' hopes of a successful end to the season have received a boost after England fly-half Owen Farrell was given the all-clear to resume training.

City Lose Yaya Toure For Two Weeks

Manchester City will be missing talismanic midfielder Yaya Toure for up to two weeks due to a groin injury.

Miley Cyrus Rushed To Hospital In Allergy Drama

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Miley Cyrus has been forced to cancel a concert after being rushed to hospital suffering from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.

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Fast 7: Paul Walker's Brothers To Finish Film

Two brothers of the late actor Paul Walker will help finish Fast & Furious 7 following his death in a car crash.

British Pathé Publishes Archive On YouTube

Film archive British Pathé has released its entire collection to YouTube, making more than 85,000 rare 20th Century videos available to the public.

War Horse Musicians Lose Battle Over Jobs

Five musicians have failed to win a court order preventing them from being replaced with a pre-recorded soundtrack in the West End production of War Horse.

One Direction Fans Could Be Refused Gig Entry

One Direction's young fans who have bought tickets for the first date of their tour next month are being warned they could be turned away.

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