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King’s Lynn events programme heralds big jump in visitor numbers, new figures claim

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New bid for dozens of homes in Necton

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Fire in Caley Street, Heacham

Woman killed in blaze named locally as campaigner Tracey Swann

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Tracey Swann ‘always wanted to help everyone’

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Woman killed in blaze named locally as fire station campaigner Tracey Swann

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UPDATE: Woman killed in ‘severe’ blaze at house in Heacham

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Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

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UPDATE: Woman killed in ‘severe’ blaze at house in Heacham

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GOLD BLOOM: Spalding in Bloom representatives Christine Lawton (left) and Angela Newton receive the EMIB Gold Award on behalf of the town from Nigel Fox, managing director of Amethyst Horticulture of Kent.  Photo supplied.

South Holland sits at the top table for In Bloom ‘Oscars’

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Endorsements from celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston can help to sway shoppers buying decisions. Credit: Shutterstock

Revealed: the tricks packaging designers use to make us spend

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New dial a bus service launched in Castle Rising as roadworks are blamed for commercial route changes

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Police accident

Woman killed in head-on collision on Fenland road

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Elderly woman dies in crash on A1101 at Three Holes

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Police appeal after woman hurt in Tottenhill crash

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The Baden Powell Worfolk fishing boat at St Osyth boatyard in Essex. Photo: BRIAN KENNELL ANL-160921-115009001

King’s Lynn heritage boat restoration has to be completed using non-Norfolk timber

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Settlement for family of school caretaker who died after asthma attack after doctors surgery admits they failed to manage respiratory symptoms

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Henry Bett, son of Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner Stephen Bett, pictured at Huntingdon Crown Court where he is standing trial for causing death by dangerous driving. July 6 2015.  NEWSTEAM/SWNS ANL-150707-172537001

BREAKING NEWS: Son of ex-Norfolk Police boss freed after death crash conviction quashed

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Sutton Bridge man drove under influence of cocktail of drugs

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Swaffham woman stole £200 worth of beauty products

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Students settle into King’s Lynn’s new University Centre

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VIDEO: New £6.5 million university centre opens on King’s Lynn college campus

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Fun day organised by Friends of KES
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Friends’ of King Edward VII Academy hosts fun day

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Borough Mayor visits Whitefriars Primary School. Pictured King's Lynn Mayor David Whitby. Head Teacher Mr Matt Tuckwood,with pupils of Whirefriars. ANL-160920-111837009

Whitefriars Academy welcome West Norfolk mayor

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Gaywood Library .Big Friendly Read Presentation. Pictured Children with King's Lynn's Depty Mayor  in front Carol Bowers.with  Cllr Margaret Wilkinson Simon Bowers. ANL-160918-120857009

Book-reading exploits rewarded at Gaywood Library

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King’s Lynn events programme heralds big jump in visitor numbers, new figures claim

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GOLD BLOOM: Spalding in Bloom representatives Christine Lawton (left) and Angela Newton receive the EMIB Gold Award on behalf of the town from Nigel Fox, managing director of Amethyst Horticulture of Kent.  Photo supplied.

South Holland sits at the top table for In Bloom ‘Oscars’

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Endorsements from celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston can help to sway shoppers buying decisions. Credit: Shutterstock

Revealed: the tricks packaging designers use to make us spend

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Work on a new roundabout at this junction near Hunstanton is being blamed for changes to bus routes between the resort and Lynn, which have led to the introduction of a new community service for Castle Rising

New dial a bus service launched in Castle Rising as roadworks are blamed for commercial route changes

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King’s Lynn events programme heralds big jump in visitor numbers, new figures claim

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Borough councillor Elizabeth Nockolds

New charity group to run West Norfolk health walks programme

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Recycling. File picture.

West Norfolk residents urged to participate in survey

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Launch of hygiene ratings scheme for tattooists, Sean's Body Art Studio in Kings Lynn
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Tattoo hygiene rating scheme launched in West Norfolk

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Views sought on Swaffham development ideas

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Titchwell beach clean becomes fashionable

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Organisers hope to build in Swaffham’s In Bloom success

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Localised flooding could happen anywhere in East Anglia today

Met Office updates its storm warning for the East today

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Angry bird dives at camera and creates spectacular ‘star tern’

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Headphones causing hidden hearing loss ‘epidemic’

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Introducing egg and peanut at early stage to babies may reduce the risk of developing an allergy to either foodstuff. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Feeding egg and peanuts to young infants “reduces allergy risk”

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King's Lynn GMB union branch to present cheque to Leia Brinton for baby Reggie ANL-160914-122428009

King’s Lynn group raise four figures for baby with rare skin condition

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Rosemary Durrant (right) from Wimbotsham, presents the ?400 cheque to Linda Gaffner (left) (Staff Nurse at the Macmillan Centre QEH King's Lynn), in her garden, which she opened for the event. ANL-160920-154003009

Wimbotsham lady helps Macmillan by hosting open day

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Team at Goodwins Hall completed a memory walk for Alzheimer's Society on Saturday. 
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King’s Lynn care home staff puts best foot forward for charity

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