Chris Bishop Fakenham Chief Reporter email@example.com @chrismojo Police want to speak to two men and a woman about theft of clothing from Next Yesterday, 16:41 chris bishop Can you help police identify two men and a woman they want to speak to about an incident of theft in King’s Lynn? It happened on Thursday, February 1 at the Next store on the High Street, where a number of clothing items have been stolen. Mystery firm could bring 100 jobs to Norfolk Yesterday, 16:38 chris bishop An as yet un-named business is looking to relocate to West Norfolk, reveals a report to councillors. Poll reveals Norfolk shoppers ‘less likely’ to shop at Oxfam - how about you? Yesterday, 13:55 chris bishop Shoppers are less likely to spend their money in an Oxfam shop in the wake of the aid worker sex scandal which has engulfed the charity. Poll: Should Center Parcs pull its advertising with the Daily Mail over ‘unacceptable’ column? Yesterday, 12:59 chris bishop Center Parcs has pulled its advertising with the Daily Mail after a promotion appeared alongside a column criticising the diver Tom Daley and his husband Dustin Lance Black, who are expecting a child. Flooding like 2013 storm surge will hit Norfolk more often Yesterday, 12:04 chris bishop Serious flooding like the 2013 storm surge which devastated Norfolk’s coastline are set to become more frequent, scientists warn. Relief for passengers as trains return to normal in West Norfolk Yesterday, 09:49 Chris bishop Trains are running as normal in West Norfolk, after five days of disruption. A47 closed at King’s Lynn Yesterday, 09:23 chris bishop Drivers can expect delays on the A47 south of King’s Lynn this weekend. When do the clocks go forward in 2018? Yesterday, 09:40 chris bishop The clocks traditionally go forward an hour at 1am on the last Sunday in March. Shops sign up for disability month Thu, 12:12 CHRIS BISHOP Retailers in King’s Lynn are signing up for a disability awareness month in the town. Almost 3,000 have signed petition to save Morley House in King’s Lynn Thu, 09:44 chris bishop Almost 3,000 people have signed a petition to save a home which offers respite care to children with complex needs. How bad are littering and dog fouling in West Norfolk Wed, 11:48 chris bishop A survey will be carried out to see how bad littering and dog fouling are in West Norfolk. Samurai sword stolen in burglary Wed, 10:47 chris bishop A samurai sword almost a metre long has been stolen in a burglary in the Fens. Police seize bootleg tobacco worth £50,000 and six vehicles Wed, 10:17 chris bishop Police have smashed a bootleg tobacco operation worth tens of thousands. Norfolk mum aged 30 suffered a stroke Wed, 09:45 chris bishop A young mum who suffered a stroke at the age of just 30 is raising funds to help fellow sufferers. Couple’s plea to bring seriously injured daughter home from hospital Tue, 14:43 chris bishop Please help us bring our Shania home and make her comfortable. Family of seaman who died in Norfolk ask: When can we fly his body home? Tue, 14:20 chris bishop He was just a simple seafarer trying to provide for his family, when he died 1,600 miles away from them. Be my Val-ant-ine... Norfolk insects deliver world’s smallest card Tue, 13:34 chris bishop A colony of leaf-cutter ants have received what is believed to be the world’s smallest Valentine’s Day card. Ban on plastic bottles and straws at Queen’s Norfolk retreat is extended across her estate Tue, 13:12 chris bishop She is said to have been one of the millions inspired by Sir David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II. Love West Norfolk? Then tomorrow’s your day Tue, 13:01 chris bishop As one of King’s Lynn’s best-loved events gets under way, campaigners are appealing for people to shout out how much they love the town and its surrounds. Former Norfolk Bishop will conduct wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Tue, 09:56 chris bishop Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding will be conducted by a former Bishop of Lynn. Record year for town guides Tue, 09:01 chris bishop King’s Lynn Town Guides have enjoyed a record year, raising £6,000 for heritage organisations around the town.