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New weight limit aims to keep lorries off King’s Lynn road

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Media at RAF Marham attempted abduction investigation briefing near to where the incident had taken place

Police admit ‘no significant leads’ found in RAF Marham abduction bid probe, one year on

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Howard Junior School, King's Lynn Borough Mayor to officially open the Giant Bookshelf Mural which has been created by artist Nicola Marray-Woods working with the children.
Pictured at the opening with some of the pupils involved, are Borough Mayor Carol Bower, Nicola Marray-Woods, Gregory Hill  (Headteacher)

Giant bookshelf mural aims to inspire readers at King’s Lynn school

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Discover Downham Heritage Centre

Denver teenager needs YOU for help with his WWI exhibition

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UPDATE: Witnesses sought after serious collision on A149 at Heacham

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Fete fun boosts Swaffham school

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Downham Market residential home invites carers to launch of new care café

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Students tell tales of their home’s history on stage in King’s Lynn

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Staff at Downham Tandoori presenting a cheque of �3,500 to representatives from EACH, with BBC presenter Chris Hollins, who hosted the night, second from right. Photo: Chris Biele, PixBeat Photo.

Downham Market restaurant raises thousands for charity at 20th anniversary party

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Duck rescued after being found covered in engine oil in Swaffham

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New weight limit aims to keep lorries off King’s Lynn road

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Union announces strike ballot in rail dispute

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Bus Route  Hardings Way  bollards left in the down position.
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Community group’s warning over King’s Lynn road plan

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Launch of new trains at King's Lynn Railway Station

Rush hour’s getting slower for West Norfolk rail passengers

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Naming ceremony and service of dedication of the RNLI lifeboat 'Spirit of West Norfolk' at Hunstanton Lifeboat Station on Saturday afternoon.The new boat is launched.

Four people rescued from rising tides off West Norfolk coast

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Police admit ‘no significant leads’ found in RAF Marham abduction bid probe, one year on

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UPDATE: Witnesses sought after serious collision on A149 at Heacham

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Police Car / Incident Stock Pic (Pic by Jon Rigby)

Appeal after man robbed in King’s Lynn alleyway

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The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane.

West Winch man left with £75,000 legal bill after housing court case

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Giant bookshelf mural aims to inspire readers at King’s Lynn school

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Fete fun boosts Swaffham school

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Children from schools in the Downham Market area who took part in the Noted Liars performance at King's Lynn's Alive Corn Exchange. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Students tell tales of their home’s history on stage in King’s Lynn

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King Edward VII Academy King's Lynn (KES)

KES Academy in King’s Lynn ‘requires improvement’, says Ofsted report

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Students from Eastern Multi-Academy Trust's King's Lynn Academy, King Edward VII Academy and Downham Market Academy receive certificates - they are joined by chief executive Duncan Ramsey and borough mayor Carol Bower.

West Norfolk school achievements celebrated at awards evening in King’s Lynn

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New weight limit aims to keep lorries off King’s Lynn road

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Staff at Downham Tandoori presenting a cheque of �3,500 to representatives from EACH, with BBC presenter Chris Hollins, who hosted the night, second from right. Photo: Chris Biele, PixBeat Photo.

Downham Market restaurant raises thousands for charity at 20th anniversary party

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Director of Premier Travel Paul Waters collects the award from Lucy Huxley, editor of Travel Weekly.

Travel firm with branch in Swaffham gains prestigious industry award

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West Norfolk woman shares her personal account of her father’s suicide to support others

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Police admit ‘no significant leads’ found in RAF Marham abduction bid probe, one year on

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Household Cavalry horses on  Holkham beach

Household Cavalry head to Holkham for summer camp

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‘Monstrous’ housing plans for The Woottons slammed

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GV of  the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, King's Court Hq, Chapel Street King's Lynn

Plan to close borough council offices in Downham Market and Hunstanton outlined

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Downham Market Academy.

Parent of Downham Market Academy student says MP should be ‘held to account’ for school failings

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Letter: Warren Jones, July 18, 2017

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Fire damaged Grenfell Tower, London, June 16 2017. See National News story NNTOWER: Violence could erupt on the streets of London if the authorities don't take control of the Grenfell disaster aftermath, warned a local councillor. She said local people are "angry" in the wake of the catastrophic blaze and there will be "unrest in the streets" if council chiefs don't step in. Eartha Pond said donations and aid to victims of the Grenfell tower fire have been mainly community led. And she warned that if the local authority doesn't act quickly, civil unrest could erupt.

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Daisy inspires hospital staff to be Divas

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Director of Millsopps Dale Newson, left, with Sister Phulmattie Mohan at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Estate agents boost King’s Lynn hospital ward

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Cancer advice available during charity visit to Swaffham

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More Norfolk people than ever alive because of transplants, but more donors still needed, says report

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Family of King’s Lynn woman plea for former workers to come forward

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