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A boy with autism died of sepsis after hospital staff failed to spot the condition in a timely fashion, an inquest heard.
A couple who are setting up an artisan bakery in town are due to open soon so customers can enjoy an array of bread, pastries and cakes.
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Champion fundraiser Diane Boothby has teamed up with an eye-catching duo to further her efforts.
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A former West Norfolk football referee wound up in court after racially abusing a member of staff at a town pub.
An MP has paid a visit to an agricultural business which supplies 100,000 tonnes of carrots and onions a year.
The 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings takes place in June and the government has begun to unveil plans for national events to commemorate it.
A 12-day beer festival is soon to come to a Lynn pub which offers a range of real ales and five from overseas brewers.
Virgin Media O2 customers face a ‘lose-lose choice’ between huge bill increases in April or ‘exorbitant’ exit fees warns consumer group Which?
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James Moore and Fletcher Toll were on target in a 2-0 victory as Downham Town got the better of Fakenham Town in a tight derby encounter last night.
King's Lynn Town manager Adam Lakeland was again full of praise for his team's defensive display after a 1-1 draw at Alfreton on Tuesday night.
Marshland Saints Reserves enjoyed a comfortable afternoon in the North West Norfolk League as they controlled long periods of their game with Gayton A
Footballers from fellow members of a Norfolk academies trust faced one another when they competed in the first round of a national tournament.
The disappointment of losing to the league leaders is a measure of how far Downham Town have come this season, says joint boss Dale Stokes.
Downham Town saw their unbeaten away record ended at Mildenhall Town this afternoon while Fakenham Town made it successive Premier Division wins.
King's Lynn Town climbed out of the National League North relegation zone following a dour goalless draw against Farsley Celtic at the Walks
King's Lynn Town owe their supporters a performance against Farsley Celtic this weekend, manager Adam Lakeland has insisted.
Year long project at Gressenhall workhouse opening to the public
Olly Murs is the latest singer set to perform at High Lodge Thetford Forest this summer, it has been announced.
A museum is teaming up with a college to create a unique dining experience.
A town’s Soroptimist group is holding their annual International Women’s day event.
In our weekly All Our Yesterdays feature we look back through the pages of old editions of the Lynn News for good memories…
In his weekly Memory Lane Schooldays column, Chris Hornby looks back to February 2014.
In our regular On This Week column, we look back through the pages of the Lynn News from 2012 and we’re also featuring a picture from 1986...
In our regular On This Week column, we look back through the pages of the Lynn News from February 1992 and we’re also featuring a picture from 1986...