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For many towns and villages across the county, the pub acts as the focal point which binds the community together.
Once common cars are becoming endangered species on our roads, research shows.
The world’s biggest label printing manufacturer, based in Norfolk, hopes to lead the way in the plastics recycling industry.
Twinners are celebrating the 40th anniversary of links between their towns.
All eyes are on Windsor tomorrow, as Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle.
The first West Norfolk Wins draw takes place in less than two weeks’ time and already 41 good causes have signed up and are set receive 50p for every £1 ticket they sell.
A company director has admitted his firm operated an illegal waste activity on rural land for nearly two years.
A teenage cyclist was left with bruises after being punched in the face by a man.
Forces veterans should be protected by a statute of limitations against historic allegations over their conduct during conflicts, MPs heard today.
Russia will be watching Norfolk with interest when the new F-35 stealth fighter arrives at RAF Marham, the Lightning Force commander has said.
A new waste to energy plant can be built on the outskirts of King’s Lynn.
A couple went the extra mile to raise thousands of pounds for a charity which helped to keep their stillborn child’s memory alive.
Gardening enthusiasts and artists of Dersingham have joined forces once more to create the annual Dersingham Open Gardens and Art Trail.
King’s Lynn Town Guides have introduced family-friendly worksheets to encourage more young people to take an interest in the town’s history.
Two men from Essex have been charged with attempting to steal lead roofing from Norfolk churches.
A man has been charged with driving offences after an illegal rave in Norfolk.
Former sand workings where an illegal rave took place over the weekend will be turned into a family-friendly country park, their owner pledged today.
Hundreds of nurses worked the equivalent of 7,500 extra shifts to help an under pressure hospital cope with the most difficult period in its history.
Two first time buyers got the keys to their new home from the Housing minister as he toured a new development in King’s Lynn.
Festival Too is returning to King’s Lynn for its 33rd year of free music and entertainment.
A woman who threw paint over a statute told police it was performance art, a court was told today.
Two men arrested in connection with scuffles after a football match have been released on bail.
A hospital trust is spending £650,000 on extending its car park.
A man has been charged with possessing Class A drugs and dangerous driving after a police pursuit in King’s Lynn.
A desperately-needed piece of kit costing £50,050 has been bought for the Trust by The League of Friends of the King’s Lynn Area Hospitals.
Four new homes to let have been created in a West Norfolk village.
All a mother wanted was answers but an inquest into her daughter’s death reached an open conclusion.
Firefighters have been tackling a fire on board a derelict barge in King’s Lynn.
A floating restaurant could come sailing into King’s Lynn within weeks.
A popular classic cars event is set to return this summer which is hoped to raise thousands for its new chosen charity.
A road bridge or underpass will now be needed as part of long-awaited improvements to the worst bottleneck on the region’s railway network.
There are a host of things to do in West Norfolk over the long Bank Holiday weekend.
Two financial advisors who lost around £5m of investors’ money through a high risk investment scheme will be sentenced this afternoon.
A new service to help pregnant women and new mums who might be suffering from mental health issues has been launched in Norfolk.
A candlelit vigil is being held in protest at plans to open part of a bus and cycle route to all traffic.
Heritage volunteers are needed to show visitors around two historic buildings.
Its products are already improving lives around the world – but further international expansion is on the cards for a Norfolk medical devices manufacturer.
A man who had been towing a stolen caravan with no headlights was arrested after failing to stop for police.
The chairman of a trouble-hit parish council has resigned after a year of controversy surrounding a bid to build 44 new homes in a village.
A call to drop a proposed 30pc parking charge rise at a hospital looks likely to be rejected, with its chief executive saying it had reached a “reasonable and sound compromise” on the hike.
A man suffered bruising to his arm and face after being punched and kicked by a group of youths.
A road has reopened on a busy interchange in King’s Lynn although a further weekend closure is planned to complete repair works.
Norfolk police have identified a man sought in connection with a theft in King’s Lynn.
Thousands of runners are putting in the final preparations ahead of one of the region’s most popular charity races.
A floating restaurant could be set to moor near King’s Lynn Custom House.
A popular bus service along the Norfolk coast is being extended by its new operator from today.
People living in King’s Lynn are being encouraged to have their say and help shape local policing priorities.
Rotarians have donated £3,100 to buy a new rowing boat for the King’s Lynn Sea Scouts.
Part of the A10 has been reopened after a three vehicle crash.
A retired headteacher has written his fifth book about the history of King’s Lynn’s schools.
Sixty delegates representing 11 towns and cities across the east of England attended a tourism conference hosted by King’s Lynn Town Guides at the historic Hanse House.
A man who left a police officer with a bloodied nose after punching him in the face has been ordered to pay £50 compensation.
An inquest into the death of a teenager who died nearly four years ago has been delayed, a court heard.
A photo of a young girl provided a hospital worker with the inspiration to have her long hair cut short for charity.
A community transport charity has invested £850,000 in a fleet of buses and taken on 18 staff to take over four bus routes.
Police have released a CCTV image of a person they would like to speak to following a theft of a mini-moto.
Youngsters at a West Norfolk school were able to demonstrate how keeping active has helped them both inside and outside the classroom.
Thousands of students from seven West Norfolk schools attended an event which focussed on tackling English and maths exams.
Morris men and women will be dancing up the dawn to mark May Day.
A health watchdog has sent inspectors to a Norfolk hospital.
Monday’s Royal birth appears to have sparked a surge in new arrivals near the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Norfolk home.
The discovery of Seahenge is being celebrated 20 years after the Bronze Age timber circle was uncovered by the tides on a Norfolk beach.
Passengers have been promised fewer delays and more reliable services by the country’s biggest rail franchise.
A man who spat at two police officers during a frenzied attack has been jailed for 21 weeks.
Two people chased by police after they were found running across railway tracks put their lives in danger, a court has heard.
Twelve members of staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn have been recognised with long service awards.
A man has been charged with stealing 18 cans of deodorant from a Norfolk discount store.
An 87-year-old man has been jailed after admitting child sex offences dating back to the 1960s.
Kings Lynn Festival box office will open up for general bookings on Monday hot on the heels of a busy period of priority bookings.
Firefighters were called to deal with an extractor fan which caught fire.
A health union claims proposed increases to parking charges at a Norfolk hospital will wipe out the NHS pay rise for many staff.
The family of a crew member killed in an accident on a cargo ship should be paid compensation “without delay”, the shipping minister has said.
Despite operating under a new name for only just under a year, the Ferry Lane Social Club in King’s Lynn has been recognised for its success.
A post office in King’s Lynn is set to move a few doors up the road into a new site.
Thousands of children will learn valuable fire safety skills at an interactive workshop led by Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service.
A housing association will be holding consultation events at the Discovery Centre in King’s Lynn after taking ownership of the site.
A trade union has criticised a Norfolk hospital’s decision to increase its car park charges by nearly 30pc.
Patients, visitors and staff face paying more to park at a Norfolk hospital.
A primary school in King’s Lynn has been rated good by Ofsted following its first inspection under a new academy trust.
A man has admitted to assaulting hospital staff and a police officer “over a prolonged period of time”.
The Stroke Association is hosting a fundraising walk in the Queen’s Sandringham Estate to support stroke survivors and their families.
An environmental campaign group in King’s Lynn are putting together a special event to celebrate International Earth Day.
After 10 years of showcasing their creative artwork, King’s Lynn artists are hoping a stroke of luck will help save their art space.
The revival of a Saturday market in the heart of historic King’s Lynn proved a sell-out success.
A businessman has been left with a £675 bill after waste he was responsible in disposing of was found illegally dumped on a bypass.
A man has denied stalking a woman by using a tracking device.
A man who went missing has been found safe and well.
Research has shed new light on the history of medieval King’s Lynn.
Computer tuition will be provided to give homeless and vulnerable people the skills to apply for work following a charity film fundraiser.
A King’s Lynn man will be pounding the pavements across the capital in his bid to fight prostate cancer.
An electrical wholesaler has donated a TV and DVD to a hospital to help recovering patients.
A Norfolk charity which supports bereaved forces children has been chosen by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to receive donations in lieu of wedding gifts.
Firefighters were called to a house fire in King’s Lynn.
A burglar ran off after a householder caught him up a ladder trying to break into their property.
West Norfolk’s new mayor said engaging with businesses would be one of his main priorities.
A chef will be using his expertise to teach homeless people how to cook healthy meals on a budget.
The Norfolk Coast has been a nationally protected area for 50 years, and today sees the launch of a series of exciting events to mark the occasion.
Stories of Lynn’s Spring Talks programme returns with three lectures on women who have been important to Norfolk’s history.
Ticket sales for this summer’s King’s Lynn Festival have got off to a flying start.
A hospital pharmacy now has a robot working in it.
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