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Opinion: Boris Johnson says the Covid inquiry should examine lockdown harms – and he is absolutely right

19 December 2023
Opinion: Boris Johnson says the Covid inquiry should examine lockdown harms – and he is absolutely right

Opinion: Boris Johnson says the Covid inquiry should examine lockdown harms – and he is absolutely right

19 December 2023

Boris John says the Covid inquiry should look into lockdown harms – and he’s absolutely right.

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Brand new development to go on the market next week – with local buyers prioritised

19 December 2023
Brand new development to go on the market next week – with local buyers prioritised

Brand new development to go on the market next week – with local buyers prioritised

19 December 2023

A new development is set to go on the market – with preference given to local people looking to buy.

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Free Christmas tree shredding events being held once again

19 December 2023
Free Christmas tree shredding events being held once again

Free Christmas tree shredding events being held once again

19 December 2023

Residents will once again be able to have their real Christmas tree turned into chippings at one of West Norfolk Council’s shredding events.


‘Unavoidable delays’ for some bin collections over Christmas and New Year

19 December 2023
‘Unavoidable delays’ for some bin collections over Christmas and New Year

‘Unavoidable delays’ for some bin collections over Christmas and New Year

19 December 2023

Residents have been reminded to look out for changes to bin collection dates due to Christmas and New Year falling on Bank Holidays.


Three men charged with conspiring to sell Class A drugs in West Norfolk

19 December 2023
Three men charged with conspiring to sell Class A drugs in West Norfolk

Three men charged with conspiring to sell Class A drugs in West Norfolk

19 December 2023

Three men are set to appear in court today after being arrested on suspicion of supplying Class A drugs in the Lynn area.


Youngsters enjoy delicious festive lunch while raising funds for a good cause

19 December 2023
Youngsters enjoy delicious festive lunch while raising funds for a good cause

Youngsters enjoy delicious festive lunch while raising funds for a good cause

19 December 2023

There was a festive flavour to lunch at a West Norfolk school when youngsters enjoyed a tasty Christmas meal while raising money for a good cause.


Sister of infamous lottery winner died after taking cocaine during party

18 December 2023
Sister of infamous lottery winner died after taking cocaine during party

Sister of infamous lottery winner died after taking cocaine during party

18 December 2023

The sister of an infamous lottery winner died in her home after taking cocaine, an inquest heard.


‘Frustrating and distressing’ few days expected as latest junior doctor strikes get under way

18 December 2023
‘Frustrating and distressing’ few days expected as latest junior doctor strikes get under way

‘Frustrating and distressing’ few days expected as latest junior doctor strikes get under way

18 December 2023

Hospital bosses are expecting a “frustrating and distressing” few days ahead of a fresh round of junior doctor strikes getting under way this week.


Businesses warn that travellers’ site could force them to close if approved

12 December 2023
Businesses warn that travellers’ site could force them to close if approved

Businesses warn that travellers’ site could force them to close if approved

12 December 2023

Liz Truss has joined nearly 100 others in objecting to a proposed travellers’ site – with some nearby businesses warning her they would have to close.

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Exciting news on town theatre’s remarkable discovery expected in the new year

12 December 2023
Exciting news on town theatre’s remarkable discovery expected in the new year

Exciting news on town theatre’s remarkable discovery expected in the new year

12 December 2023

Exciting updates on Lynn’s Guildhall theatre are expected in the next few months after a remarkable discovery.


Burglary saw thousands of pounds of stock stolen from village business

11 December 2023
Burglary saw thousands of pounds of stock stolen from village business

Burglary saw thousands of pounds of stock stolen from village business

11 December 2023

Police have launched an appeal after a village burglary which resulted in thousands of pounds worth of stock being stolen.


Christmas is saved as town tree restored after being blown over in strong winds

11 December 2023
Christmas is saved as town tree restored after being blown over in strong winds

Christmas is saved as town tree restored after being blown over in strong winds

11 December 2023

Christmas has been saved in Lynn after a tree which blew over in the wind was swiftly restored.


Fly-tippers fined after dumping waste in woods and abandoning car

11 December 2023
Fly-tippers fined after dumping waste in woods and abandoning car

Fly-tippers fined after dumping waste in woods and abandoning car

11 December 2023

A fly-tipper has been fined after dumping waste in a scenic woodland – leading to people being urged to recycle properly over the festive period.

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Council leader’s Ukraine response is ‘not good enough’, argues Tory counterpart

09 December 2023
Council leader’s Ukraine response is ‘not good enough’, argues Tory counterpart

Council leader’s Ukraine response is ‘not good enough’, argues Tory counterpart

09 December 2023

West Norfolk Council’s leader is “unclear why there is concern” about the authority’s ongoing response to the Ukraine.

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Mystery surrounds barcodes around town which appear to link to drug-dealing website

08 December 2023
Mystery surrounds barcodes around town which appear to link to drug-dealing website

Mystery surrounds barcodes around town which appear to link to drug-dealing website

08 December 2023

Mystery surrounds a number of barcodes littered throughout Lynn which appear to link to a drug-dealing service.

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‘Victory for common sense’: Truss presents bill which would prevent under-18s using hormone therapies

08 December 2023
‘Victory for common sense’: Truss presents bill which would prevent under-18s using hormone therapies

‘Victory for common sense’: Truss presents bill which would prevent under-18s using hormone therapies

08 December 2023

Liz Truss has presented a major bill to parliament which aims to “strengthen safeguards for young people and women”.

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Three cars worth £80,000 stolen from village business late at night

08 December 2023
Three cars worth £80,000 stolen from village business late at night

Three cars worth £80,000 stolen from village business late at night

08 December 2023

Police have launched an investigation after three cars were stolen from a village business at the end of November.


‘A crying shame’: Public meeting called ahead of village hall passing into school’s ownership

08 December 2023
‘A crying shame’: Public meeting called ahead of village hall passing into school’s ownership

‘A crying shame’: Public meeting called ahead of village hall passing into school’s ownership

08 December 2023

A public meeting will be held next week as residents, councillors and committee members look to get to grips with the “closure” of their village hall.


Care home staff forced residents out of bed by playing loud music, whistleblowers claim

08 December 2023
Care home staff forced residents out of bed by playing loud music, whistleblowers claim

Care home staff forced residents out of bed by playing loud music, whistleblowers claim

08 December 2023

Staff at a care home are alleged to have forced residents out of bed by playing loud music in the early hours of the morning.


‘Dicing with death’: Parents worried after children narrowly avoid being knocked down outside school

08 December 2023
‘Dicing with death’: Parents worried after children narrowly avoid being knocked down outside school

‘Dicing with death’: Parents worried after children narrowly avoid being knocked down outside school

08 December 2023

“Horrifying” incidents which nearly resulted in children being knocked down outside school have prompted parents to launch a road safety petition.

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