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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

A new chief at QEH

A new chief executive has been appointed at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.Jon Green, currently executive chief operating officer at West Suffolk...

Model students put their skills on show

Model-making homework has proved a hit at Walpole Cross Keys Primary School.Pupils are challenged to complete 30 projects related to their school topic work...

It’s more fun at play time

Pupils at a West Norfolk primary school have a new play area.A grassed section next to the reception class at Sandringham and West Newton...

QEH set for two new CT scanners

A £1.2m project is to see two new state-of-the-art CT scanners installed at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.Aging and unreliable scanners at the King’s Lynn...

Lynn hospital launches new maternity service

Expectant mothers now have greater choice in where they deliver their babies thanks to a new service at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s...

Lessons in trauma for senior hospital staff

Doctors at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital have updated their trauma skills after completing an advanced course.Staff at the King’s Lynn hospital treated 247 patients...

Drugs seized worth £50k

A 48-year-old man has been charged after drugs worth an estimated £50,000 were found at a home on King’s Lynn’s Fairstead estate.Officers stopped a...

Students boost charities

Computing students at the College of West Anglia in King’s Lynn have been raising money for charities close to their hearts.With help from members...

A £865 boost for children’s charity

A King’s Lynn funeral director is supporting a children’s bereavement charity.Norwich-based Nelson’s Journey  has received £865 from Central England Co-operative’s community dividend fund.John Barry,...

Journey’s end for our ‘Juggling Jim’

A sea of Santa hats sat on the heads of mourners in honour of street entertainer ‘Juggling Jim’ as he made his final journey.Hundreds...