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Air ambulance sent to scene of crash at junction

17 November 2023
Air ambulance sent to scene of crash at junction

Air ambulance sent to scene of crash at junction

17 November 2023

An air ambulance was sent to the scene of a crash in Snettisham this morning.


Pub not allowed to keep marquee up year-round after being refused planning permission

17 November 2023
Pub not allowed to keep marquee up year-round after being refused planning permission

Pub not allowed to keep marquee up year-round after being refused planning permission

17 November 2023

An award-winning pub will not be allowed to keep an outdoor marquee up all-year round after being refused planning permission.


‘You can see the fear in their eyes’: Shocking numbers highlight families’ struggles to put food on the table

17 November 2023
‘You can see the fear in their eyes’: Shocking numbers highlight families’ struggles to put food on the table

‘You can see the fear in their eyes’: Shocking numbers highlight families’ struggles to put food on the table

17 November 2023

“Shocking and heart-breaking” statistics have highlighted the immense challenges West Norfolk families are facing to put food on the table this year.

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‘Bawsey Pits have fewer risks than the sea or rivers’, argues swimming group

16 November 2023
‘Bawsey Pits have fewer risks than the sea or rivers’, argues swimming group

‘Bawsey Pits have fewer risks than the sea or rivers’, argues swimming group

16 November 2023

Members of a wild swimming group have defended inviting children to an event at a pit where four people have drowned in the past decade.

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‘Hamas has no interest in stopping its terrorist attacks’: MP votes against ceasefire

16 November 2023
‘Hamas has no interest in stopping its terrorist attacks’: MP votes against ceasefire

‘Hamas has no interest in stopping its terrorist attacks’: MP votes against ceasefire

16 November 2023

North West Norfolk MP James Wild says he voted against a ceasefire in the Israel-Palestine conflict because it would likely be ignored by terrorists.

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New town McDonald’s could be approved by next month

16 November 2023
New town McDonald’s could be approved by next month

New town McDonald’s could be approved by next month

16 November 2023

A decision on whether a new McDonald’s restaurant can open in Fakenham looks set to be made by early December.

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‘A dangerous situation’: Drivers cutting through bus route while bollards are down

16 November 2023
‘A dangerous situation’: Drivers cutting through bus route while bollards are down

‘A dangerous situation’: Drivers cutting through bus route while bollards are down

16 November 2023

Drivers have been warned not to cut through a bus route while bollards have been lowered for repairs.

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Alarms sounded as children expected to take part in wild swim at ‘notorious’ pits this weekend

15 November 2023
Alarms sounded as children expected to take part in wild swim at ‘notorious’ pits this weekend

Alarms sounded as children expected to take part in wild swim at ‘notorious’ pits this weekend

15 November 2023

People have been urged not to take part in a wild swimming event at a “notorious” location where four people have drowned in the past decade.

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Date confirmed for switch-on of town Christmas lights

15 November 2023
Date confirmed for switch-on of town Christmas lights

Date confirmed for switch-on of town Christmas lights

15 November 2023

A date has been announced for the highly anticipated switch-on of Lynn’s Christmas lights.

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Visions for new community hub are revealed – what do you think?

15 November 2023
Visions for new community hub are revealed – what do you think?

Visions for new community hub are revealed – what do you think?

15 November 2023

People can have their say on plans for a new community hub in Lynn after potential visions for its exterior were revealed.

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Rescheduled Corbyn appearance was called off despite police engaging with organisers

14 November 2023
Rescheduled Corbyn appearance was called off despite police engaging with organisers

Rescheduled Corbyn appearance was called off despite police engaging with organisers

14 November 2023

Organisers hope former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will still make an appearance in our area despite two consecutive meetings being called off.

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Stray notebook containing information on town properties is unlikely to be crime-related, say police

14 November 2023
Stray notebook containing information on town properties is unlikely to be crime-related, say police

Stray notebook containing information on town properties is unlikely to be crime-related, say police

14 November 2023

Residents’ fears over a “burglar’s notebook” have been eased after police found its owner is unlikely to have any malicious intentions.

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New business plan for old Debenhams store could kick off before Christmas

14 November 2023
New business plan for old Debenhams store could kick off before Christmas

New business plan for old Debenhams store could kick off before Christmas

14 November 2023

There are hopes that a new business venture in Lynn’s former Debenhams store could be up and running by Christmas.

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QEH bosses paid PR firm more than £900,000 while campaigning for new hospital

14 November 2023
QEH bosses paid PR firm more than £900,000 while campaigning for new hospital

QEH bosses paid PR firm more than £900,000 while campaigning for new hospital

14 November 2023

Bosses at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital spent more than £900,000 to enlist a PR company’s help while campaigning for a new building.

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Parade was ‘a very fitting occasion’

13 November 2023
Parade was ‘a very fitting occasion’

Parade was ‘a very fitting occasion’

13 November 2023

Residents lined our coastal streets to pay their respects to the fallen at the weekend.


Hard work from volunteers and organisers led to a successful Remembrance Parade

13 November 2023
Hard work from volunteers and organisers led to a successful Remembrance Parade

Hard work from volunteers and organisers led to a successful Remembrance Parade

13 November 2023

Hard work from organisers and volunteers meant Swaffham’s Remembrance Parade was a big success at the weekend.


Work at major housing development reveals salt-making history of town marsh

10 November 2023
Work at major housing development reveals salt-making history of town marsh

Work at major housing development reveals salt-making history of town marsh

10 November 2023

Work at a major town development has shed new light on the salt-making history of Gaywood’s North Marsh.

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Councillor urges Government to reject incinerator amid health concerns for deprived areas

10 November 2023
Councillor urges Government to reject incinerator amid health concerns for deprived areas

Councillor urges Government to reject incinerator amid health concerns for deprived areas

10 November 2023

A Lynn councillor has written to the Government calling for it to reject an incinerator which she believes will affect deprived areas the hardest.

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‘Everything was covered in ash and smoke’: Villagers angered by fires near their homes

10 November 2023
‘Everything was covered in ash and smoke’: Villagers angered by fires near their homes

‘Everything was covered in ash and smoke’: Villagers angered by fires near their homes

10 November 2023

West Norfolk Council has extinguished fears that fires disrupting a village are toxic – but residents remain “up in arms” about the situation.

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‘If any cruelty was happening, I’d stop it’: Owner defends return of greyhound racing

10 November 2023
‘If any cruelty was happening, I’d stop it’: Owner defends return of greyhound racing

‘If any cruelty was happening, I’d stop it’: Owner defends return of greyhound racing

10 November 2023

The owner of Swaffham Raceway has moved to assure concerned parties that no dogs will be harmed when greyhound racing returns to the venue.


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