Comments of the week

Comments of the week

Comments of the week - Credit: Archant

Every week we look back at some of the biggest stories that got you talking and highlight a few comments that stood out to us.

This weeks big story that had you all talking was the decision on Norwich International Airport. Here are just some of the comments:

You can find the original story along with all the comments by following the link at the top right of the page.


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parkeg1

'I agree with F G Hob, the airport has been there since the 1930's and is an integral part of Norfolk, Unless someone comes up with funding it will I hope alway be there. Back it and it will grow, use it or lose it.'

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d, west lynn

'If you don't like aircraft noise why be stupid enough buy a property near an airfield?'

COLD

'Why does Mr. Bell talk about ending the uncertainty, when planning permission for a previous scheme was quashed by the High Court.'

Marigold

'The Engine testing area was sited over on Fifers lane where the new houses were built. It was moved without planning permission being sought to where it is now. The new site is ensuring that Norwich airport, just like us all apply for planning permission.'

blackdog2

'Don't change anything, leave things as they are and can we have stage coaches back that do not go out of Norfolk,replace the buses with horses, trains are noisy and dirty so get rid of them, whilst you are at it shut the borders to incomers!'

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the story with their opinions and thoughts.

Again use the link in the top right of this page to head over to the full story with the comments used here and any others we couldn't fit in.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the story with their opinions and thoughts.

Again use the link in the top right of this page to head over to the full story with the comments used here and any others we couldn't fit in.

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