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Saturday, May 26, 2018

The Darkness descends on Festival Too finale

Rock band The Darkness is set to close this year’s Festival Too, completing another exciting line-up at King’s Lynn’s free entertainment event. The multi-platinum selling...

Former council leader is borough’s new mayor

Nick Daubney has taken the chain of office as West Norfolk’s new mayor after the traditional mayor-making ceremony. Mr Daubney served as West Norfolk Council’s...

£1m fire station opens

More than four years after Downham Market’s fire station was gutted by fire the town’s new £1m base has been officially opened.  Fire officers, police...

Pixie Lott stars at Lynn’s Festival Too

Multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter Pixie Lott has been announced as one of the top headline acts at this summer’s Festival Too. The pop star, who has...

Family’s tribute to outdoor-loving AJ

The family of a former West Norfolk boy who died in a tragic accident have paid tribute to their outdoor-loving son. AJ (Anthony John) Pritchard-Allen,...

Man jailed for beating Staffies

A man has been jailed for six months and banned from keeping animals for 25 years after beating a mum and her puppies and...

Community effort to help Paislee-Blu

The community has rallied together to help the parents of a baby girl who is fighting a rare type of cancer. Beck Newton, 28, and...

As one road opens another closes

In the wake of this week’s re-opening of the A47 Saddlebow Interchange, the Highways Agency has announced more overnight road closures are set to...

As one road opens another closes

In the wake of this week’s re-opening of the A47 Saddlebow Interchange, the Highways Agency has announced more overnight road closures are set to...

Bid to save ‘a vital part of community’

A new bid has been launched in an attempt to save the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) college at Bircham Newton. In November, CITB bosses...