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Chris hears about the Campaign to Protect Rural England's arguments against wind farms.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Years of speculation about a big new casino for Great Yarmouth should end today.
The Norfolk car maker accuses a local MP of making mistaken comments about the company.
The Prime Minister is asked to help keep sports car company Lotus at its base in Hethel.
Chris hears how the financial crisis is putting pressure on school places in Norfolk.
The Environment Agency says it has an open mind on plans for the King's Lynn incinerator.
One of Norfolk's hospitals admits not being quick enough to improve standards of care.
Chris hears the latest on the planned road around the north of Norwich.
An inquest hears how a robber was stabbed to death in a house in Norwich.
Chris hears how the hosepipe ban could be bad news for civic floral displays.
Chris hears how the Gorleston hospital has received more criticism from the CQC.
Chris finds out about potential bidders for a new big casino in Great Yarmouth.
Graham Barnard sits in and looks at claims that car maker Lotus is in trouble.
Chris tries to get to the bottom of last night's window-rattling boom in South Norfolk.
Chris looks back at Norwich City's win against Spurs over the Easter weekend.
Chris takes a detailed look at the hosepipe ban that begins in much of Norfolk today.
Chris finds out about the Norfolk towns that are competing for regeneration money.
Chris finds out why charity shops are proving to be particularly successful.
Chris asks Anglian Water exactly how the hosepipe ban will affect Norfolk.