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King’s Lynn Academy students reach out to homeless

Students and staff at the King’s Lynn Academy have been doing their bit to support the homeless in the run-up to Christmas.

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Emneth Primary School set for academy switch

A West Norfolk village school has this morning announced plans to become an academy.

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Police cars leave the scene in Mercer Row this aftenoon (December 9).

UPDATE: ‘Armed police’ attend Mercer Row and Park Avenue

Multiple police cars containing armed police attended the scene in Mercer Row and Park Avenue in Louth this afternoon (Friday), as part of a ‘pre-planned arrest’.

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A morning of coffee and carols with Linton Village College

A morning of coffee and carols with Linton Village College

More than 100 senior citizens enjoyed a morning of coffee and carols at a special event hosted by Linton Village College.

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Norfolk police budget consultation extended

Norfolk residents are being given more time to have their say on the county’s policing budget.

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UPDATE: Centrica to spend ‘tens of millions’ on new gas power plant at King’s Lynn

A multi-million pound scheme to build a new gas turbine at Lynn’s former power station has been announced today.

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Justice Secretary  Liz Truss and Alan Mak

Justice secretary praises our campaign calling for tougher sentences for killer drivers

The justice secretary has praised our campaign calling for tougher sentences for those who kill on the roads.

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Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

Web shoppers warned over Facebook Marketplace fraud

Internet shoppers are being warned of a potential scam involving Facebook’s Marketplace.

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King’s Lynn Regis BNI celebrate amazing £3.2 million of business in 2016

Lynn Regis BNI chapter is celebrating being top of the money-making charts in Norfolk and one of the leading groups throughout the entire UK.

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Norfolk County Council ‘can’t afford to run fire service’

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner could take over the management of the county’s fire service, according to a Swaffham councillor.

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Unitary idea reviewed after devolution axe in Norfolk

A new call to consider establishing a single, unitary council for Norfolk will be debated next week, more than six years after a similar proposal was thrown out.

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Hunstanton pensioner plans protest at street parking

An angry pensioner is staging a protest this weekend amid fears residents living in a Hunstanton road will lose their winter parking.

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Tracey Hipkin, who works as Patient Experience Administrator at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Photo: SUBMITTED. ANL-160712-160842001

King’s Lynn hospital staff get musical for flu fight

Staff at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital have penned and recorded a special song in the hope of stopping flu in its tracks this winter.

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Launch of a new book put together by pupils at Snettisham Primary School.
Borough Mayor and Mayoress David and Linda Whitby, join John Haden (front centre) along with current and past pupils who were involved in the production of the Gold from Norfolk Book, also in picture Class Teachers Cerrie Holmes (front right) and Luke Enters (back right) ANL-160512-184247009

Golden moment for Snettisham students at book launch

Pupils at Snettisham Primary School have enjoyed a golden moment after a book they wrote with a retired teacher was launched this week.

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Terrington St Clement Community School, competition winners, the four children with their winning No Smoking posters, outside the school where the posters will be displayed.
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Schoolchildren show artistic flair to combat bad habit in Terrington St Clement

Children at a school in West Norfolk are challenging an unhealthy habit by using their artistic flair.

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£25k loan to set up Lynn BID

Officials leading work to establish Lynn’s new business improvement district (BID) say they will need around £25,000 to establish the scheme, a meeting has heard.

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LATEST: Pedestrian injured in collision with car in King’s Lynn

A pedestrian has been injured in a collision with a car this afternoon.

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Charity warning over social care cuts plan in West Norfolk

Charity warning over social care cuts plan in West Norfolk

Vital support services for vulnerable young people in West Norfolk could be closed if budget cuts are implemented, charity officials have warned.

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Mum of Corrie McKeague offers reward for information as campaign to hire investigator tops initial target

The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague is offering a £50,000 reward for information leading to his return - as a crowdfunding campaign to hire a private investigator exceeded its initial target.

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New business Kings Lasers at St Anne's House Kings Lynn
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New business in King’s Lynn offers removal of unwanted tattoos

Unwanted tattoos and a range of skin treatments are being offered by a new business just launched in Lynn.

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