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A budget seaside holiday park will not be used to house asylum seekers, it has been confirmed.
IKEA and Tesco are teaming up to offer three pick-up points for the Swedish retailer in the county.
Planning officers are recommending councillors agree to the conversion of a village pub to housing, even though it is listed as a community asset.
A couple admits ditching their well-paid roles to open a new board game cafe is a risk but one worth taking.
But the former prime minister will say lockdowns saved ‘tens if not hundreds of thousands of lives’, according to The Times.
Eight extra staff have been taken on as a commercial vehicle hire business opens a new workshop after a six-figure investment.
More than £18 million has been pledged by a discount supermarket that will be bringing new stores to the county as well as upgrading existing sites.
Residents and businesses are being asked to have their say on new proposals to transform a dockside industrial estate.