Chris Bishop

The SCRAP fly-tipping campaign comes to King’s Lynn today, offering help and advice on the legal disposal of waste.

Part of a busy road near the centre of King’s Lynn will be closed for the weekend.

Coastal regeneration schemes in Norfolk and Suffolk have netted more than £800,000 in government funding.

New and expectant mothers in the Fens will be receiving their care from a new midwifery community hub.

A touching family tribute has been left to a man who died in a car crash.

A man has been charged with possessing a knife after an incident at a railway station.

Previously unseen photographs of the Queen and Prince Philip relaxing at a picnic have emerged for sale in East Anglia.

Free concert tickets are being offered to under-18s, to give teenagers the chance to experience a live orchestra.

A couple who left a herd of deer to starve in a field have been banned from keeping the animals for two years.

The founder of one of our region’s largest animal sanctuaries has passed away.

Norfolk’s most unusual listed landmark is a road sign at Overstrand.

Councillors are set to vote on whether an independent inquiry should investigate how they handed out £2.75m in loans to a troubled enterprise agency.

People who are living with cancer will be able to get important help and advice during a special health and wellbeing event.

A popular historian will be making this year’s Diana Bullock Memorial Lecture, organised by King’s Lynn Town Guides.

People with debt, housing and relationship problems are being turned away because a charity doesn’t have enough volunteers.

Security has been stepped up at a medieval church which was vandalised last month.

Its built heritage is famed worldwide, from its towering churches to its Custom House and St George’s Guildhall.

Hundreds of council workers look set for a pay rise.

Part of a busy road near the centre of King’s Lynn will be closed for two weekends, starting today.

A man has been charged in connection with a number of burglaries in the Downham Market area.

Tomorrow’s game between King’s Lynn Town and Hitchin is going ahead after fence repairs at The Walks.

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