Police have said the "sudden death" of a man in Lynn over the weekend is not believed to be suspicious, as investigations continue.
A Lynn man has pleaded guilty to the murder of a woman in the town.
Firefighters were on the scene of a blaze in a flat in Lynn this morning (Monday, December 17).
Several problem areas for traffic in and around Lynn today with queue waits up to ten minutes
An inquest has heard 'areas of concern' were raised in a mental health case review
A mental health trust recommended improvements in response to the case, an inquest has heard
The death is currently being treated as 'unexplained', police say
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A West Norfolk author who has recently published her debut novel shared tips on how to become published at an event at Downham Library this week.
Misty was found in Wisbech but officials say her owners can longer house her
Ian Culverhouse challenged Ryan Hawkins to up his game - and the youngster responded with a goal as Lynn extended their unbeaten league run.
Ian Culverhouse has called on King’s Lynn Town to put into place what they failed to do last weekend against Rushall Olympic tomorrow.
Fakenham Town will be looking to erase last weekend’s 5-0 thrashing at Lakenheath when they travel to Leiston Reserves tomorrow (3pm).
West Norfolk showed their potential with the ball as they warmed up for tonight’s derby trip to Ely with a convincing victory at Gatehouse Lane.
West Norfolk Junior Badminton (WNJB) welcomed national coach Lydia Powell to Lynn last weekend.
West Norfolk Swimming Club finished in their highest ever position to win the East Midlands National Arena Swimming League B final at Newmarket.
For the second week in a row England’s Hope faced County Cup hopefuls Chilvers in a Cup competition,
From Baby Shark to flossing, and messy milkshakes to time travel, this year’s panto at the Alive Corn Exchange, Sleeping Beauty, is packed full of fun
A new group will meet the owners of the St George's Guildhall in the coming weeks amid fears its historic theatre could be lost forever
A woman from a village outside of Lynn has released her first book for children containing letters from an alien to his “earthling” pen pal.
About 30 trees will be on show with all proceeds going to the running costs of the church on Gayton Road
Baby burrowing owl from North and South America arrives at Norfolk Lavender's Animal Gardens
Nostalgic 1970s school photograph sent in from Lynn News reader
A recent poll on trusted professions in the UK found journalists to be pretty close to the bottom.
There is a new drink tax in town, but for once it isn’t on alcohol.
Terrington St Clement woman making a splash with monofin classes