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Monday, July 15, 2019

Teenager dies after alleged assault

Detectives have confirmed a teenager injured during an incident in South Lynn at the weekend has died. Police were called to Saddlebow Road in the...

Education “lifeline” to close?

An education charity, described as a “lifeline” by the families who use it, is facing closure due to a lack of funding.  Hexagon Education, based...

Improved facilities for mental health opened

New facilities, part of a £4m project to transform and improve mental health care in West Norfolk, have been officially opened. Ruth May, chief nursing...

Charlie’s 100 mile ride in memory of Olivia

A King’s Lynn man will be cycling 100 miles in memory of his girlfriend who died from an undiagnosed heart condition. Former King Edward VII...

Fake spy must pay back stolen tax

A convicted tax fraudster who claimed to be a spy has been ordered to pay back £616,000 or face a further five years behind...

Minister is given a “powerful” message

The West Norfolk economy could be boosted if further stretches of the A47 were to be dualled, campaigners have argued. Representatives of businesses across Norfolk...

Good food and company

King’s Lynn’s second Jo Cox memorial picnic was held in The Walks on Saturday.  Around 50 people attended the event which was part of a...

New Lynn cinema is a step closer

A £1.6m project to bring a new cinema to King’s Lynn town centre is making strides, winning the backing of council members this week. West...

Cyclists gear up in aid of air ambulance

By Helen Jackson News@yourlocalpaper.co.uk Twitter@yourlocalpaper A mammoth cycle ride in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) will return  in the summer for its seventh year. The...

Fire service “requires improvement”

A government report published yesterday said Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) “requires improvement”. The report, by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and...