Flood and road safety fears raised in objection
Firefighters sent to scene close to village
Incident reported during the early hours of this morning
£13k grant to help research on town's role in 20th century conflicts
Starting up your own business is challenging, but one Downham man is already seeing some sweet success.
West Norfolk’s first ever Pride event went down a storm as crowds turned out in their thousands in Lynn to promote equality and celebrate diversity.
A 60-year-old woman from North Lynn has cashed in her birthday money on an item to benefit the entire community.
Members of The Rotary Club of King’s Lynn are celebrating the success of their beer festival at The Rathskeller, in Lynn, last weekend.
More patients have had their operations cancelled at the last minute at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital this year than last year.
Hospice to benefit from annual event
The Lynn Stars are gearing up for an important double-header against fellow play-off chasers Wolverhampton at the Adrian Flux Arena tomorrow.
Defender Frazer Blake-Tracy says that Lynn players were convinced that their first win wasn't far away despite their indifferent start to the season.
Lynn Stars Robert Lambert aims to take his outstanding Euro Championship form into a vital double bubble clash at the Adrian Flux Arena.
The Tru Plant Stars have elected to run with a six-man squad for Wednesday night's double-header against Wolverhampton at the Adrian Flux Arena.
Match report and Tim Smith picture gallery as the Linnets open their account for the season in Staffordshire.
There was a gr-eight performance from Swaffham Town as the goals flowed at Shoemakers Lane.
Students from the Happidojo Judo Club received a masterclass from two Olympic medallists.
Town centre show launches packed nine-day activity programme
Back by popular demand, the Park House Fashion Show and Fabulous Cars evening is returning next month.
Huge Cameron Mackintosh production in city for next four weeks
More than 400 people flocked to the Folk in the Town last weekend to enjoy some live entertainment.
Active Fakenham will be at the Tesco store in Oak Street on tomorrow to talk to people about what activities they think should take place in the town.
It’s The King’s Lynn Festival, of course, which got off to a great start last Sunday and continues until July 28.
Centre will provide information point and toilet facilities
The weather has been absolutely balmy for weeks now as the sun continues to beat down.
A West Norfolk branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) is offering to lay personal symbols on behalf of relatives of the Fallen buried overseas.