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Monday, September 20, 2021

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...

Premier League’s top prize for winning pupils

A trophy which football fans across the country would love to get their hands on was in a West Norfolk primary school yesterday. Hunstanton Primary...

Jobs blow at major employer

Almost 600 jobs in West Norfolk are under threat after one of the area’s largest employers announced it could relocate. The Construction Industry Training Board...

Dad’s mission to help his daughter

The dad of a toddler with cerebral palsy is to tackle a three peaks challenge in a bid to buy specialist equipment for her. Gavin...

‘We didn’t have him for long but we had the best’

The wife of Grimston man Mark Redhead, who died last month, has paid tribute ‘a wonderful husband and dad’. Justyna Redhead, 43, said her husband,...

Sending our support to Australia

The West Norfolk community is coming together to support families and wildlife affected by the devastating bushfires in Australia. Record-breaking temperatures and months of drought...

A47 upgraded at East Winch

A £150,000 package of safety enhancements has been carried out on the A47 through East Winch. Highways England has carried out upgrades including a reduction...

Jacob’s sweet gifts lift lockdown spirits

A King’s Lynn youngster using baking to bring a smile to people’s faces during the pandemic has been shortlisted for a national award. Jacob Langbridge,...

Celebrations as community now owns Stoke Ferry’s last pub

They’ve done it – campaigners are celebrating taking ownership of a village’s last remaining pub. The Blue Bell at Stoke Ferry now belongs to the...

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

The Bank House in King’s Lynn looks stunning as it glows with colour and festive lights. The hotel and restaurant at King’s Staithe Square was...