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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Campaign urges people to surrender bladed weapons

Officers from Norfolk Police have joined a national campaign in a bid to crackdown on knife crime. The force is one of 44 taking part...

Next phase for new Lynn business park

Detailed plans for the next stage of work on the Nar Ouse Regeneration Area (NORA) in King’s Lynn have been submitted. West Norfolk Council is...

Minister learns about Lynn

Government minister Rishi Sunak visited King’s Lynn on a fact-finding mission covering housing, heritage and regeneration. The Minister for Local Government had been invited by...

GALLERY: Fun at the mini fair

A new early years group has proved there is no such thing as being too young to enjoy museums. Lynn Museum welcomed 42 pre-school children...

School trains pupils to be mental health ambassadors

Students at a King’s Lynn school have been learning how to support each other when going through mental health challenges. Year nine pupils at Springwood...

Steam train journey to be fitting goodbye journey

A fitting farewell is set to take place on Sunday to a Dersingham man who was a leading figure in the heritage rail industry. A...

Family’s private farewell for student Nick

Family members will be holding their own private committal next week for Nick Sadler. Twenty-five-year-old Mr Sadler grew up in King’s Lynn and was...

Charlotte’s pom poms raise £900 for charity

South Wootton teenager Charlotte Ranger has raised almost £900 to help fund research into a rare genetic condition.  Charlotte, 17, is one of less than 300...

GALLERY: Pupils bring books to life

Staff and pupils at Gaywood’s Howard Junior School went all out to make this year’s World Book Day celebrations bigger and better. Parents have been...

New play area thanks to neighbourhood project

Boredom is a thing of the past for children at Monks Close in Bircham Newton thanks to a new play area installed by Freebridge...