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Crowing cocks, barking dogs and Balearic beats are all part of the soundtrack on King's Lynn's noisiest streets.

A woman accused of attempted murder will stand trial on Monday.

An inquest into the death of an Albanian seaman in west Norfolk has been postponed again while investigations continue into the accident which led to the death.

A motorcyclist suffered serious injuries when he was involved in a collision with a car.

Children at the school where one student was recognised by Robbie Williams for his model of the singer's Hyde Park concert, have now been taken on a VIP tour of Legoland Windsor.

A decision to declare a climate emergency has been delayed by West Norfolk councillors despite a protest by environmental campaigners.

Councillors have voted to delay a motion aiming to review a decision to open part of a bus and cycle route to traffic.

County lines drug dealers are moving from cuckooing vulnerable addicts into hiring Airbnb properties.

Extinction Rebellion members are set to protest outside a town hall this evening over a council's refusal to declare a climate emergency.

Historic buildings in the heart of King's Lynn are at risk of being ruined by the town's one-way system, experts fear.

A road has reopened after a collision involving a car and a motorcycle.

Long awaited work to clear a major bottleneck on the region's railways has moved a step closer.

An 83-year-old man has appeared in court charged with sex offences against children.

Police are investigating after a body was found by a retail park.

Global clothing brand H&M has revealed the opening date for its King's Lynn store.

Three of the RAF's new stealth fighters are now aboard their new floating home.

Activists will once again attempt to get a climate emergency declared in west Norfolk.

A heartbroken owner is appealing for information after a puppy was stolen from her garden.

A popular tech store is set to reopen its branch in a Norfolk town.

Controversial plans to build a through road on an area designated as a safe route to school are set to be challenged.

A speedway star is set to hold a charity golf event to raise money for the Air Ambulance which saved his life following a serious crash.

A park and art gallery could be built beside a former quay.

Road works set to cause major delays and disruption resume tomorrow.

A man has suffered serious head injuries after an assault.

Street rangers in stab-proof vests don't damage the image of a town.

Two whales have been seen off the Norfolk coastline.

Police are trying to trace the owner of a cat which was found in a road.

Coastal areas could face more flood alerts or warnings with a run of high tides predicted for later this month.

An MP has raised his cup to a new town centre tea room.

Officials at Sandringham Estate have announced its controversial parking charge will not be enforced at some of the park's most popular events.

The first F-35 Lightning planes have flown from RAF Marham to begin service.

A woman has spoken out after a lady was left waiting for an ambulance for four hours outside a high street shop after suffering a fall on the pavement.

The RAF's new stealth fighter has taken off to join the UK's new aircraft carrier for the first time.

Drivers have been given an unexpected respite from major roadworks - because contractors have run out of materials.

Do you turn in for work even when you're poorly? Well you're not alone by the sound of things.

Councillors have dropped one of their key objections to plans for 600 new homes.

Almost £500,000 has been invested in boosting grain storage at a Norfolk port.

The Queen is planning a major redevelopment of visitor facilities on her Norfolk estate.

Embrace the charity shop and find events that represent your town - that is the message from an international designer on how to save Norfolk's high streets.

Schoolchildren are to be given a VIP tour of Legoland Windsor, after a student's model went viral on social media.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn could lose out on £22m worth of crucial funding.

Hundreds of homes in west Norfolk have been left without electricity after the area was hit by a power cut.

A Chinese restaurant given a food hygiene rating of one and told major improvements were necessary has now reached the top rating of five.

A woman who snapped the Royals walking to church in Norfolk on Christmas Day says the picture has changed her life.

A football club has apologised after a coach carrying fans to an away game almost turned back half way to the match.

It didn't seem like the tide was in a rush to start with, as the sun came up over the harbour.

Drivers face delays and diversions on the A17 from Monday, September 30, when resurfacing work begins on a bridge. Here's all you need to know.

Tomorrow sees one of the highest tides of the year forecast for King's Lynn, meaning a tidal wave is possible inland.

Plans have been announced to transform the site of a former country club which was destroyed by fire last year into a set of luxury homes.

The new landlord of a historic pub has pledged to offer the cheapest drinks in town.

The death of a popular 24-year-old has left "a massive hole" in the hearts of his family and friends.

An inquest opening into the death of a woman believed to have been murdered in Norwich has said she died from compression of the neck.

A restaurateur has spent more than £8,000 on improvements following a critical food hygiene inspection.

Superstar Robbie Williams has congratulated a Norfolk schoolboy who built a Lego model of one of his concerts.

A doctor has spoken out after he was followed down a street by a group of people hurling racist abuse.

Three people have been arrested in a police swoop in King's Lynn.

A popular gaming store is closing down this week.

Rail passengers across the region will soon be able to trfavel on longer trains and a new direct service to Stansted.

The budding entrepreneurs of King's Lynn will be able to receive free business advice in the town for all of next week.

A new agreement aims to cut food waste and greenhouse gases in part of Norfolk, whilst helping a busy foodbank.

Priceless religious wall paintings are at risk, warns a charity launching an appeal to save them.

Police are trying to trace a man they want to speak to about a stolen hairdryer.

This is the 20-mile detour drivers will be asked to take when work begins on a bridge at one of the region's major gateways.

A rescued cat has become a special friend to a five-year-old girl with autism.

A night shelter needs 200 volunteers to help the homeless this winter.

A couple who rented a housing association property say it was so filthy they have had to buy a caravan and live in the garden.

Activists gathered for a town centre Climate Strike protest.

Part of a Barclays Bank branch has been damaged overnight.

Campaigners are set to protest at plans to allow cars and lorries to use part of a bus and cycle route.

A homeless couple say they are living in a tent behind a football ground because no-one will help them.

Do you know this young man? Police want to speak to him about a car which was damaged.

A new nursing school could be set up to boost recruitment at a Norfolk hospital, as it pledges to pull itself out of special measures.

A giant paper mill which supports hundreds of jobs in Norfolk is set for a £10m revamp.

Ten years ago, a Norfolk town's skyline changed forever as the biggest building project it had ever seen got under way.

A £1m funding windfall will help bring empty shops back into use and get space above them used as living accommodation.

King's Lynn was transported back in time as more than 200 classic vehicles went on display in the town centre.

There have been more sightings of the B-2 Spirit aircraft this week, as they take part in exercises from an airfield in the UK.

Recycling facilities are being introduced at a Norfolk animal hospital in a bid to reduce the number of birds injured by discarded fishing tackle.

Do you know these men? Police want a word with them after counterfeit notes were used to buy food.

A wood-fired pizza parlour is set to open in a former bistro.

Police found these weapons by the sofa when they arrested a man on suspicion of drug dealing in King's Lynn.

Britain's newest aircraft carrier is on track to set sail later this month, the head of the Royal Navy has said.

With King's Lynn Town topping National League North, try our quiz to see how much you know about the Linnets.

People in King's Lynn have been targetted by a scam which asks victims to transfer money via Amazon vouchers.

Classic car day returns to town

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Classic car owners will be showing off their pride and joy tomorrow.

A charity is set to spend more than £2m extending a hotel for the disabled which was the birthplace of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Classic car owners will be showing off their pride and joy on Sunday.

An inquest into the death of a teenager at a Norfolk hospital begins today.

King's Lynn boss Ian Culverhouse is one of the early favourites to take over as the new Lincoln City manager.
He has led the Linnets to the top of National League North defeating big name sides including Darlington and Hereford, losing just once.

King's Lynn saluted its Battle of Britain heroes on Monday with a parade at Tower Gardens.

A volunteer paramedic dealing with an emergency returned to his car to find a note complaining about his parking.

Beekeepers are warning people to keep a look-out for an aggressive foreign hornet which can devastate swarms.

Two women were arrested after police found suspected stolen toilet rolls and toys.

The Sandringham Game and Country Fair is back this weekend.

King's Lynn could win up to £25m in government funding to cure congestion and launch a bid for a new railway station on its southern outskirts.

Developers are set to appeal controversial plans for 600 homes near an ancient castle.

Police were called to the scene of a crash on the A17 between Tilney All Saints and Tilney St Lawrence.

A company which exports specialised agricultural products has said it needs clarity in order to plan for post-Brexit trade.

Caroline Shaw has been appointed as the permanent chief executive of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn.

A town's oldest pub is vowing to become a hub for live music.

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