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Major King’s Lynn planning application could see 635 new homes

Plans to build up to 635 new homes in Lynn have been outlined in an application submitted to West Norfolk Council.

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Health and wellbeing event at Dersingham Library
Louis Reinhold 6 and Alison Thorne

Fighting fit at Dersingham wellbeing event

West Norfolk residents were encouraged to improve their health and wellbeing during an event at Dersingham Library on Saturday.

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Supermarket petrol station price boards around King's Lynn. Morrison's

New proposal aims to end strike threat to King’s Lynn and Fakenham fuel deliveries

A new proposal is being put to staff in a bid to avert a potential strike affecting fuel deliveries to Morrisons petrol stations in Lynn and Fakenham.

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AJ's Cafe at Anglia Car Auctions, Beveridge Way, King's Lynn, new cafe business set up by Andrea Lorking (left) and Jackie Lorking (right)

Mum and daughter relaunch cafe at car auction site in King’s Lynn

Mother and daughter Jackie and Andrea Lorking have become business partners by relaunching the cafe at Anglia Car Auctions in Beveridge Way,

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Brittons new offices in Dersingham, Jubilee Court.
LtoR, Barbara Poll, Jodi Ashton-Leatherland, Mel Britton, Emma Gould, Naomi Rix, Teresa Fisher (sitting at desk)

Brittons estate agents set up new home in Dersingham

Brittons Estate Agents are settling into their new Dersingham office which they bought from another well established property business just before Christmas.

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’Pointless’ work performance reviews driving workers to tears

’Pointless’ work performance reviews driving workers to tears

Most workers believe that performance reviews are a waste of time, a new study has found.

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Supermarket petrol station price boards around King's Lynn. Morrison's

Strike threat could see petrol run out at King’s Lynn and Fakenham supermarkets, union warns

A union has warned petrol supplies at supermarket pumps in Lynn and Fakenham “could run dry” should strike action take place over a dispute of a driver’s docked pay.

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Flooding on the Causeway at Stowbridge due to burst water mains. Photo: Laura Galdikaite

Flooding leaves homes ‘wrecked’ after burst main in Stow Bridge

Homes and gardens in Stow Bridge have been ‘wrecked’ by flooding after a water main in the village burst three times in less than a month.

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The White Horse Pub, Wootton Road, Gaywood, is now under new management. New landlord is Phill Ashman 
LtoR, Phill Ashman, Ellie Cudmore, Katie Shone, Kathryn Hodson.

New management at Gaywood pub

New landlord of The White Horse at Gaywood Phill Ashman aims to create a warm, friendly atmosphere where families can relax and enjoy time out together.

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Larking Gowens Tourism Business Survey launches at the home of the Zoological Society of East Anglia, Banham Zoo.

Businesses urged to take part in survey to reflect tourism across East Anglia

Businesses across East Anglia are being urged to make their voices heard via a survey aiming to build a regional snapshot of tourism across the region.

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Tesco’s joy as Hunstanton store dispels blues

Tesco’s joy as Hunstanton store dispels blues

Hunstanton Mayor James Johnson cut the ribbon at the newly-refurbished Tesco in the town at the relaunch of the store on Monday.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Nursing body’s staff warning on NHS pressure in West Norfolk

Nurse shortages are likely to get worse because of the current pressures facing the NHS, the body representing West Norfolk-based staff has warned.

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West Norfolk rail services ‘among Britain’s worst’

West Norfolk rail services ‘among Britain’s worst’

Tests have begun on new trains to serve West Norfolk after a report showed the borough had some of Britain’s least reliable rail services.

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The Railway Arms at Downham Market train station

Downham Market station cafe ‘set to remain closed for at least six months’

A popular Downham bar and cafe is likely to remain closed for several more months while repairs are carried out, its owners have warned.

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35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

Take a look around your office. If a new study is to be believed, 35 per cent of your colleagues have taken a nap on the job and got away with it. And only 12 per cent say they have had been disciplined by their boss for sleeping at work.

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Lynn News has new owners from today as Iliffe Media assumes control

The Lynn News is now under the new ownership of Iliffe Media.

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Official opening at Inheritance Legal Services. From left, Lloyd Taylor (director), Mark Taylor (managing director), Marie Brown (estate planner) and Ryan Taylor (director).

Legal services firm set to expand its King’s Lynn operation

A legal services firm has relocated to Lynn town centre to enable further expansion and increase accessibility for its clients.

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Lite Nite events run by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce at Lynn's Bank House Hotel have proved popular with businesses. ANL-160623-092821001

New season of West Norfolk Nites for local businesses kicks off in King’s Lynn

West Norfolk Nites, networking evenings for local businesses set up by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, are about to return with the first event of the New Year taking place on Monday, January 30.

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GV Picture of Business Premises in King's Lynn.
(Kubus East European Market  119 London Road) ANL-170601-171114009

Committee strips King’s Lynn shop of licence

The premises licence for a store in Lynn has been revoked by West Norfolk Council’s licensing sub-committee.

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West Norfolk borough mayor David Whitby cuts the ribbon at King's Lynn's new Travelodge at its official opening. ANL-170113-153145001

King’s Lynn Travelodge is a home from home for director

Today, one of the UK’s leading budget hotel chains, Travelodge officially opened its first hotel in Lynn.

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