PUBLISHED: 12:02 15 September 2019 | UPDATED: 12:02 15 September 2019 Mark Boggis Multi-way traffic control signals will be in operation as BT carry out the work on the A143 Beccles Road at Fritton and St Olaves on Monday, September 16. Picture: Google Images Archant Motorists are being warned to expect delays as work is carried out on a busy rural road. BT will be carrying out the work on the A143 Beccles Road at Fritton next week.Multi-way traffic control signals will be in operation as BT carry out the work on the A143 Beccles Road at Fritton and St Olaves on Monday, September 16.According to the Norfolk Roadworks map, "delays are likely" while the work is carried out on Beccles Road and "10 metres north east of junction with New Road."It states: "Access required to Openreach underground network for cabling and jointing work for provision of service. "No excavation."You can keep up to date with the latest delays by viewing our Live Traffic Map. … [Read more...] about ‘Delays are likely’: Warning over works on rural road
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Long's Wood was planted 25 years ago in Wreningham. Picture: Chris Hill Archant Planting trees has been identified as one of the simplest ways to capture carbon and slow climate change - so why are East Anglian farmers and landowners not doing more of it? CHRIS HILL reports. Long's Wood was planted 25 years ago in Wreningham. Pictured are Vic Long and his sister Rachael, whose late father Dennis planted the first trees in 1994. Picture: Chris HillThe important role which forests and woodland can play in the battle against climate change has become a topic of global debate.Last week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that deforestation was among the key drivers of greenhouse gas increases.And that followed a report by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) last month which said only 14,400 hectares of trees were planted last year - less than half the 30,000 hectares needed every year to meet the government's carbon reduction targets.So why, despite the raft of … [Read more...] about Why are more trees not being planted to tackle climate change?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Are Likes and Followers the Problem With Social Media? Advertisement Supported by Social networks built on public status markers are now starting to hide them. ByJohn Herrman May 31, 2019 In late April, at F8, Facebook’s annual event for developers, the company’s head of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, announced some updates. Plenty of things would be added to the photo-sharing app: new ways to post Stories, new ways to buy stuff, an updated camera. Some things might also be taken away. Follower counts, Instagram’s main status marker, would become “much less prominent” in users’ profiles. “A bigger idea,” he told the gathered crowd, was “private like counts,” meaning no more numbers under your friends’ posts. Earlier that month, during an … [Read more...] about Are Likes and Followers the Problem With Social Media?
PUBLISHED: 11:28 22 May 2019 | UPDATED: 11:28 22 May 2019 Mark Boggis UK Power Network will carry out the work on St Peters Road in Carlton Colville between Wednesday, May 29 and Friday, May 31, Picture: Google Images Archant Drivers could face delays as a road is closed and a diversion is put in place. The warning comes as work is set to take place on St Peters Road in Carlton Colville next week.With UK Power Network carrying out the work between Wednesday, May 29 and Friday, May 31, a road closure will be in place.According to the Suffolk Roadworks map, "delays are likely" while the work is carried out.Access to pedestrians and cyclists will be maintained at all times as UK Power Networks carry out the work in St Peters Road.It states: "Electrical service upgrade of customer supply."Traffic will be diverted heading north-easterly on St Peters Road towards Rounce's Lane.After turning right onto Rounce's Lane and travelling 0.4km, turn right onto The … [Read more...] about ‘Delays are likely’ warning as road is set to be closed
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Tiny Love Stories: ‘Relationships Are Like Shoes’ Advertisement Supported by MODERN LOVE Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words. March 19, 2019 7 Women and 3,000 Men We met in 1968, when he was Dartmouth’s hockey captain and I was one of seven women on Dartmouth’s testosterone-fueled campus of 3,000 men. I joined Denis’s fraternity to be his brother but fell for him instead. He nicknamed us Lynn Lobban Burnt Honey We graduated from the same culinary school but met working together at food events. I developed new food products that she styled in photo shoots. For more than 10 years, I ignored my feelings for this beautiful woman: so smart, funny, talented and — married. One night at a cookbook launch party, we stood in a dark … [Read more...] about Tiny Love Stories: ‘Relationships Are Like Shoes’