King’s Lynn has been showing is solidarity with victims of the Westminster terror attack.
Corrugated iron and old scaffolding boards, neon and booths, splashes of paint and a graffiti artist whose pen’s got the runs.
Norfolk’s oldest person Vi Malin enjoyed a 111th birthday party with family and friends today at Lisbon Court, the home where she lives in King’s Lynn.
What makes Stewart Lee so unashamedly funny is how he gets under the skin of his audience. So he began his show, Content Provider, by telling us how much he hated King’s Lynn.
A training centre in Mattishall has strengthened its links with its partners in a scheme to support young speedway riders.
A council has formally apologised for not following its own procedures when dismissing a soccer hero’s nomination for the freedom of the borough.
Mick Wright joined King’s Lynn FC in 1961 aged 19, and holds the British record for the number of games played without ever getting booked or sustaining an injury.
Two nurses from King’s Lynn have been awarded top national life-saving honours for their fight to save the young victims of a road crash which claimed the life of a 21-year-old.
Campaigners are raising money to buy a bench to remember one of King’s Lynn’s most enigmatic figures.
The master of one-liners will be making a bee-line for King’s Lynn this autumn.
Media students have filmed a tribute to street entertainer Juggling Jim.
The victim, a man aged in his 30s, was found injured walking down Cresswell Street, off Loke Road, in the early hours of Sunday, March 12.
Officers have taken to social media to issue a light-hearted warning about a serious issue.
Choir-singing is quickly becoming a lost tradition, much like attending church save for a christening, wedding or a funeral. But one woman has spent almost her entire life keeping that tradition alive.
Free coach travel to the Norfolk Senior Cup final are up for grabs for King’s Lynn Town FC supporters.
The King’s Lynn Festival Chorus will be celebrating their 40th anniversary on a high note with a concert at St Nicholas’ Chapel.
With new routes and distances, the annual Cycle Together Sandringham event this summer promises a day of wheely good fun.
A King’s Lynn farm supply group made several calls for help - 800 in total to raise money for three charitable causes.
Ashwicken Church of England Primary School continues to be a good school following a recent Ofsted inspection.
Health chiefs hope emergency care for older patients is going to be improved by a new pilot scheme at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The Duke of York visited the King’s Lynn Innovation Centre to speak to budding entrepreneurs and get a taste of what the town has to offer in the world of business.
Pupils caught an alien on camera, after her spaceship crash landed on their playing field.
Deconditioning Syndrome is an important issue facing older patients, who can lose the ability to do everyday tasks as a result of prolonged periods of inactivity.
If a crowd of street drinkers is your first impression of King’s Lynn, it’s not going to be a good one, admits one of the officers tasked with a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
New homes and jobs are set to be created by a five-year vision to breathe new life into historic parts of King’s Lynn.
Police arrested a drunk man for exposing himself in King’s Lynn.
A thief was arrested as he stole a bike from the town’s railway station - unaware two plain-clothed officers were watching.
The going was good for a Snettisham family who took to the race course in memory of a popular wife and mother who died from cancer.
The scenic village of Dersingham was named in The Sunday Times top 20 best villages in Britain, ranking in at number nine. We look at 10 things which makes this north-west Norfolk town so special.
An expansion into the Midlands has helped a Norfolk construction firm increase its turnover by more than 25%.
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