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‘This budget will deliver for working people and boost small businesses’, says MP

16 March 2024
‘This budget will deliver for working people and boost small businesses’, says MP

‘This budget will deliver for working people and boost small businesses’, says MP

16 March 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild discusses ways the Spring Budget will “deliver tax cuts for working people”...

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Church fayres, exhibitions and circus among upcoming events

15 March 2024
Church fayres, exhibitions and circus among upcoming events

Church fayres, exhibitions and circus among upcoming events

15 March 2024

In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler looks at some exciting upcoming events...


Current plan for new hospital only option to meet 2030 deadline, says CEO

15 March 2024
Current plan for new hospital only option to meet 2030 deadline, says CEO

Current plan for new hospital only option to meet 2030 deadline, says CEO

15 March 2024

In her monthly Ward Round column, QEH CEO Alice Webster talks about the exciting times ahead for the hospital.


‘A budget for everyone (although not in a good way)’

10 March 2024
‘A budget for everyone (although not in a good way)’

‘A budget for everyone (although not in a good way)’

10 March 2024

In our latest Friday Politics column, Stuart Dark, the Conservative opposition leader on West Norfolk Council, discusses the budget.

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Coastal footpath brings back memories of swimming pool fundraising – writes columnist

10 March 2024
Coastal footpath brings back memories of swimming pool fundraising – writes columnist

Coastal footpath brings back memories of swimming pool fundraising – writes columnist

10 March 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses footpath news and the building of Hunstanton’s old swimming pool…


Staff at RSPCA rehoming centre looking to find Ozzy a new home

10 March 2024
Staff at RSPCA rehoming centre looking to find Ozzy a new home

Staff at RSPCA rehoming centre looking to find Ozzy a new home

10 March 2024

In our latest Paws For Though column, staff at the RSPCA rehoming centre try to find a home for a ‘giant Jack Russell’.


A trip to see my beloved Shakers

09 March 2024
A trip to see my beloved Shakers

A trip to see my beloved Shakers

09 March 2024

In his latest The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses a trip to the Isle of Man.

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Delivering better value for money for taxpayers

09 March 2024
Delivering better value for money for taxpayers

Delivering better value for money for taxpayers

09 March 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild discusses new plans by the Conservative government.

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Taking a look back at cinema memories…

09 March 2024
Taking a look back at cinema memories…

Taking a look back at cinema memories…

09 March 2024

In his weekly column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses cinemas...


What you can start sowing in March

09 March 2024
What you can start sowing in March

What you can start sowing in March

09 March 2024

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh talks about what you can start sowing now…


Music for International Women’s Day

05 March 2024
Music for International Women’s Day

Music for International Women’s Day

05 March 2024

In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler looks at what’s coming up in the West Norfolk arts scene.


‘I was not amused by this bit of nonsense,’ says columnist after attempt to resolve online scam

05 March 2024
‘I was not amused by this bit of nonsense,’ says columnist after attempt to resolve online scam

‘I was not amused by this bit of nonsense,’ says columnist after attempt to resolve online scam

05 March 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses the aftermath of a scammer stealing his online identity...


Farm wagon on historic market place

03 March 2024
Farm wagon on historic market place

Farm wagon on historic market place

03 March 2024

Picture This with Lynn Museum from Tuesday, January 16.


Reminiscing about parents and planting a time capsule

03 March 2024
Reminiscing about parents and planting a time capsule

Reminiscing about parents and planting a time capsule

03 March 2024

In his weekly column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses regrets…


Signs of what can be

03 March 2024
Signs of what can be

Signs of what can be

03 March 2024

Joshua Osborne, Labour borough councillor for Downham Old Town Ward, discusses why he believes people want change in this week’s Friday Politics.

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Don’t be a fool for fools' spring

02 March 2024
Don’t be a fool for fools' spring

Don’t be a fool for fools' spring

02 March 2024

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh advises not to give into ‘fools spring’ when gardening…


Incinerator is not yet a done deal

02 March 2024
Incinerator is not yet a done deal

Incinerator is not yet a done deal

02 March 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild discusses a planned incinerator, farming and flooding problems.

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Polar loves his toys

02 March 2024
Polar loves his toys

Polar loves his toys

02 March 2024

In the latest Paws For Thought column, staff at the Eau Brink rehoming centre try to find a home for seven-year-old Polar.


My time so far on the Cabinet has flown by

28 February 2024
My time so far on the Cabinet has flown by

My time so far on the Cabinet has flown by

28 February 2024

West Norfolk Council Cabinet member for people and communities Cllr Jo Rust writes this week’s Friday Politics column.


Charity Mamma Mia night at cinema was success, writes columnist

25 February 2024
Charity Mamma Mia night at cinema was success, writes columnist

Charity Mamma Mia night at cinema was success, writes columnist

25 February 2024

In his weekly column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses Fakenham’s cinema and family railway journeys…


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