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Road was closed after car crashed into stationary van

31 August 2023
Road was closed after car crashed into stationary van

Road was closed after car crashed into stationary van

31 August 2023

A car ended up on its roof after crashing into van this afternoon.

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Firefighters battle vehicle blaze in village

31 August 2023
Firefighters battle vehicle blaze in village

Firefighters battle vehicle blaze in village

31 August 2023

Firefighters battled a vehicle blaze in a village this morning.


Meet the Cabinet: Councillor warns of 'financial black hole’ by 2026 if no action taken

31 August 2023
Meet the Cabinet: Councillor warns of 'financial black hole’ by 2026 if no action taken

Meet the Cabinet: Councillor warns of 'financial black hole’ by 2026 if no action taken

31 August 2023

A borough council cabinet member is determined to battle against an impending “financial black hole” which could creep up on us within three years.

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Three men to appear in court after drugs raid saw nearly £40,000 worth of cocaine seized

30 August 2023
Three men to appear in court after drugs raid saw nearly £40,000 worth of cocaine seized

Three men to appear in court after drugs raid saw nearly £40,000 worth of cocaine seized

30 August 2023

Three men are set to appear in court after a drugs raid that saw nearly £40,000 worth of cocaine seized by police.


Two-year-old died after being hit by car at holiday park

30 August 2023
Two-year-old died after being hit by car at holiday park

Two-year-old died after being hit by car at holiday park

30 August 2023

A two-year-old died in Lynn’s hospital after being fatally hit by a vehicle at a holiday park.


Mental health trust which lost death data argues that critical report was edited for ‘factual accuracy’

29 August 2023
Mental health trust which lost death data argues that critical report was edited for ‘factual accuracy’

Mental health trust which lost death data argues that critical report was edited for ‘factual accuracy’

29 August 2023

A health trust which lost track of patient deaths has argued that a report was edited to remove criticism of its leadership for “factual accuracy”.


Rock legends in fine form as festival weekend rounds off in style

29 August 2023
Rock legends in fine form as festival weekend rounds off in style

Rock legends in fine form as festival weekend rounds off in style

29 August 2023

Stunning performances from various rock legends closed out a four-day spectacle at Sandringham in fitting fashion.


Police searching for this man in connection with £300 theft from town store

29 August 2023
Police searching for this man in connection with £300 theft from town store

Police searching for this man in connection with £300 theft from town store

29 August 2023

Police are searching for a man in connection with a theft from a town store.


Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

29 August 2023
Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

Councillors lambast ‘discriminatory’ plans to close our ticket offices

29 August 2023

Councillors have thrown their weight behind a campaign against closing railway station ticket offices – with the plans labelled “discriminatory”.

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Here’s some advice – if you don’t think queuing for a concert is worth it, then stay at home

28 August 2023
Here’s some advice – if you don’t think queuing for a concert is worth it, then stay at home

Here’s some advice – if you don’t think queuing for a concert is worth it, then stay at home

28 August 2023

For those who don’t think it’s worth queuing to watch some of music’s most well-known names in action, here’s some quick advice – stay at home.

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‘We need a permanent museum’: High aims for historical society ahead of upcoming exhibition

28 August 2023
‘We need a permanent museum’: High aims for historical society ahead of upcoming exhibition

‘We need a permanent museum’: High aims for historical society ahead of upcoming exhibition

28 August 2023

Ant Robinson and his wife Jeanne are spearheading efforts to have Great Massingham’s past enshrined in a museum.


‘The banks have let us down’: Rural residents highlight importance of post office for cash services

26 August 2023
‘The banks have let us down’: Rural residents highlight importance of post office for cash services

‘The banks have let us down’: Rural residents highlight importance of post office for cash services

26 August 2023

The reliance residents and businesses place on a rural village’s post office for cash has highlighted the issues brought on by numerous bank closures.


Link road between A10 and A47 to take ‘important step forward’ – but will cost £20m more than planned

25 August 2023
Link road between A10 and A47 to take ‘important step forward’ – but will cost £20m more than planned

Link road between A10 and A47 to take ‘important step forward’ – but will cost £20m more than planned

25 August 2023

Plans for road connecting the A10 and A47 to cater for new housing are set to take an “important step forward” – but will cost £20m more than planned.

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New healthcare hub to be built after receiving final seal of approval

24 August 2023
New healthcare hub to be built after receiving final seal of approval

New healthcare hub to be built after receiving final seal of approval

24 August 2023

Construction at a new healthcare facility will begin next month after long-awaited proposals were given the green light by the NHS.

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GCSE Results Day 2023: High spirits at Academy after impressive grades

24 August 2023
GCSE Results Day 2023: High spirits at Academy after impressive grades

GCSE Results Day 2023: High spirits at Academy after impressive grades

24 August 2023

Students and staff at King’s Lynn Academy are in high spirits after some impressive GCSE results this year.


GCSE Results Day 2023: Youngsters’ grades better than pre-pandemic levels

24 August 2023
GCSE Results Day 2023: Youngsters’ grades better than pre-pandemic levels

GCSE Results Day 2023: Youngsters’ grades better than pre-pandemic levels

24 August 2023

Students at Lynn’s King Edward VII Academy are celebrating a set of results that have bettered pre-pandemic grades at the school.


Take a look around newly refurbished historic town pub

23 August 2023
Take a look around newly refurbished historic town pub

Take a look around newly refurbished historic town pub

23 August 2023

Exciting plans are place to bring a modern touch to one of Lynn’s most historic pubs.

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Building work at GP surgery could begin next month as new bus service confirmed

22 August 2023
Building work at GP surgery could begin next month as new bus service confirmed

Building work at GP surgery could begin next month as new bus service confirmed

22 August 2023

Building work at a new GP surgery in Lynn is set to begin next month – with an additional bus service announced to service it.


‘I will punch your f*cking lights out’: 60-year-old spat at police officer and called her ‘scum’

22 August 2023
‘I will punch your f*cking lights out’: 60-year-old spat at police officer and called her ‘scum’

‘I will punch your f*cking lights out’: 60-year-old spat at police officer and called her ‘scum’

22 August 2023

A 60-year-old spat at a female police officer and described her as “scum” after failing to take his medication prior to being arrested.


‘A last resort’: Staff at borough’s largest housing association strike over pay offer

21 August 2023
‘A last resort’: Staff at borough’s largest housing association strike over pay offer

‘A last resort’: Staff at borough’s largest housing association strike over pay offer

21 August 2023

Staff at a housing association took to the streets yesterday in protest at what they feel is an inadequate pay offer.


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