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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Twenty five years of caring for our wildlife

With one cat and a couple of dogs at home I thought I had a busy animal workload. But that was certainly put into perspective...

Dedication and care to help families tackle bereavement

IT’S the one thing we all have in common and yet it’s probably the last thing we want to talk about. The word itself –...

Why I will always love West Norfolk

After the Love West Norfolk campaign was launched in the New Year  to celebrate the special qualities of our region, it got me thinking,...

An ice way to bring a slice of Italy to Hunny

My favourite place abroad has to be Italy – the sunshine, the pizza and definitely the ice-cream. The last time I was there my face...

Might be cold, but let’s not forget the great outdoors

With the days getting shorter and the weather turning colder, it’s that time of year where I often have to prise myself away from...

Don’t suffer in silence says polio survivor

I remember my first association with polio was a vaccination given on a sugar cube. But polio (Poliomyelitis) is anything but sweet – a highly...

Never change Lynn’s buffet bar, it’s our station’s home

For me, one of the best things about travelling from King’s Lynn train station is its buffet bar and I never want it to...

A year of happy memories as mayor of West Norfolk

With a month left to go in her role as West Norfolk Mayor, Carol Bower will soon hand over the chain and robe to...

Top dogs are taking the lead

They say a dog is a man’s best friend.  And this is certainly the case for PC Jamie Ward – one of the police dog...

Let’s work harder to ease the divide

I had the pleasure of meeting six-year-old Zavier Hunt and I was instantly struck by his piercing blue eyes and cheerful nature. Like any other...