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A quadriplegic six-year old with cerebral is taking part in a superhero triathlon this weekend with support from her family.
A village school could be on the move to a new greenfield site.
A man in his 30s was arrested for being drunk and disorderly following an incident at Cromer Carnival, and will appear before magistrates next month.
A 59-year-old man has been charged with attempting to take a child under 16 and two counts of outraging public decency.
Students were smiling across West Norfolk and the Fens on results day.
Crime is rising on the region’s railways, new figures reveal - but police say your chances of becoming a victim still remain low.
Banger racers are taking to the track to crash for cancer.
Residents fed up with speeding drivers are set to carry out speed checks.
Riders have set off on a lap of the region for charity.
A former landfill site is set to be transformed into a nature reserve.
RAF Marham’s new commander says he’s thrilled to be back in the cockpit of a fast jet.
Wreaths were laid to remember those who fell in the Far East during the Second World War.
Wellwishers gathered on the quayside as she sailed home up the river.
A car and a mobility scooter were involved in a collisison on a pedestrian crossing.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in in King’s Lynn.
A programme of resurfacing and improvements to the A47 in Cambridgeshire and Norfolk were unveiled at an exhibition in King’s Lynn.
Volunteer drivers will now be able to deliver emergency blood donations and breast milk in a new car thanks to the generosity of volunteers.
New courses are being offered to employers, to train staff in how to offer mental health first aid in the workplace.
Think it’s time for improvements to the A47? Then next week’s your chance to have your say.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a verbal abuse incident in North Wootton.
Work is set to start on a major new store development in the centre of King’s Lynn.
A woman in her 60s was pushed to the floor by two men who ran off with her handbag.
For more than 600 years, one of Norfolk’s grandest churches has towered over King’s Lynn’s old fishing quarter.
The devastated family of superbike racer Mark Fincham say he will be forever loved, missed and remembered.
Robert Lovick, incoming governor of the Rotary Club’s District 1080, says the main aim of his year in office is to attrract new members.
Rare photos give an insight into the booming numbers of natterjack toadlets at an RSPB nature reserve.
Thieves have stolen electrical items and money from a house in King’s Lynn.
King’s Lynn will be transformed into a hero and princess-filled wonderland for a day.
A disabled superbike rider has died after a collision with another rider.
Controversial plans for holiday lodges on the outskirts of a village have been given the go-ahead.
Five West Norfolk parks are among the best in Britain.
Winning candidate Sir Henry Bellingham spent more than all his four challengers put together to hold onto the North West Norfolk seat in June’s General Election.
Research to help find a cure for deadly and debilitating diseases is not just happening in university laboratories but also here in the Fens.
She harvested shellfish from The Wash for almost a century. Now she’s returned home to King’s Lynn after 10-year rebuild.
An ambitious blueprint to regenerate King’s Lynn’s waterfront could become a reality within 10 years.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the assault, which happened on Saturday, July 22.
Two people stopped on the street have been arrested on suspicion of dealing Class A Drugs.
A midwife is helping more South Lincolnshire mums to give birth at home.
A nail art technician from King’s Lynn has scooped a national award for her unique designs.
Do you know this man? Police want to speak to him after 17 bottles of washing up liquid were stolen from a shop in King’s Lynn.
A man with lung cancer and a brain tumour has been batted from pillar to post for more than a month by the NHS.
More than 100 jobs are at risk at a factory in King’s Lynn.
Six people were arrested after a fight broke out on a train.
A primary school has been taken out of special measures by the education watchdog.
New train timetables mean travelling between King’s Lynn and London will take longer.
A 1,200-pupil high school has been told it requires improvement by the education watchdog.
A wildlife hospital is caring for more than 30 orphaned owlets.
Police are hunting a bike thief in a blue hoody.
Carl Fogarty is on the mend after a nasty crash at the Adrian Flux Arena in King’s Lynn.
Street drinkers have been losing their lagers in a police crack down.
Motocross equipment has been stolen in a burglary.
An animal hospital has installed a CCTV system which monitors wildlife without the need for human interference.
A beer brewed in memory of a much-loved busker has sold out and raised £500 for charity.
Years of hard work have paid off for doctors and nurses at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after gaining a top quality rating.
People are being invited into the Vancouver Quarter in King’s Lynn on Saturday (July 22) to upcycle their unwanted clothing as part of a make do and mend workshop.
A King’s Lynn estate agency has raised hundreds of pounds for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Officials are mapping where people smell cannabis in the Fens.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing oxygen from a hospital.
Some 800 couples have been referred to a specialist fertility clinic in its first two years of opening. Half have successfully conceived.
A 45-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of stealing from Ann Summers and River Island in King’s Lynn.
King’s Lynn Festival gets under way with free fun events for families.
West Norfolk’s clinical commissioning group holds its annual general meeting next week.
A superbike rider says he has ridden his last race after he was airlifted to hospital after crashing in King’s Lynn.
A busy Norfolk wildlife hospital is hosting an open day so people can find out more about the work it does.
Guttural sounds of revving engines can be heard reverberating around the fields in West Norfolk today.
Parents have been banned from their children’s sports day after a handful of them were “aggressive” towards school staff.
They’re under starter’s orders for one of Norfolk’s more eccentric traditions.
A glass partition manufacturer has cemented its ambitions for growth after moving to larger premises.
This view from the office is little changed since the days when Northenders lived in yards and sang in the Tilden Smith.
A village school has launched a buy a brick appeal to raise money for a new classroom.
A quick-thinking hospital porter has been praised for helping to deliver a baby girl.
Churches are opening as night shelter two nights a week after a rise in homelessness.
This year’s Festival Too will see big names like Busted and KT Tunstall performing on stage in King’s Lynn in one of Europe’s biggest free festivals.
Health chiefs meet today to discuss proposals which will see the closure of the Fermoy Unit in King’s Lynn.
Health chiefs have today agreed to press ahead with the closure of the Fermoy Unit in King’s Lynn.
The sounds of New Orleans will get visitors toe-tapping to traditional jazz at this year’s Festival Too in King’s Lynn.
King’s Lynn ferry services have been cancelled today because of flooding.
A collaborative operation between retailers and the police has seen a rise in the number of arrests made in the town centre.
A pensioner did not let his recent diagnosis with diabetes stop him from winning a European Championships sailing title.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.
Some people collect stamps. This driver collects parking tickets by the look of it.
Police are warning drivers not to park on grass verges outside Bawsey Pits.
A man and a woman have been handed criminal behaviour orders (CBO) forbidding them from entering Kings Lynn bus station for at least two years.
A flag will be raised in King’s Lynn to commemorate servicemen and veterans on British Armed Forces Day.
A special event on Saturday will celebrate the life of murdered MP Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death on the streets of her Yorkshire constituency a year ago.
Repairs to the A47 which will leave drivers facing months of delays will not start until September, highways chiefs pledged today.
One of King’s Lynn’s busiest roads was closed this lunchtime as emergency services dealt with a car fire.
Children at South Wootton Infant School had a roaring good time when they received a surprise visit from a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Speed restrictions, lane closures and the closure of entire stretches of the region’s busiest route are planned for routine maintenance and resurfacing.
A Cancer patient raised £2,000 at a gig to give something back to the medical staff who have treated him.
Work on redeveloping a landmark retail site in King’s Lynn will start this summer.
King’s Lynn’s historic waterfront will echo with the roar or powerboat engines, when water ski racing returns to the River Ouse.
A Labour councillor has lost her seat for failing to attend meetings.
The world’s greatest living explorer is heading for Norfolk.
A popular leisure centre is throwing a party to celebrate its 25th anniversary year.
A special birthing pool has just delivered its 500th baby.
A steering group has been formed to campaign to restore the railway between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton.
Police want to speak to a man about an incident on board a bus near King’s Lynn.
Do King’s Lynn, Downham Market and Hunstanton need new orders giving police extra powers to control drink-related anti-social behaviour?
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