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‘My prayers have been answered with new lease of life for bus station’

19 November 2023
‘My prayers have been answered with new lease of life for bus station’

‘My prayers have been answered with new lease of life for bus station’

19 November 2023

In his weekly Turnstone column, John Maiden discusses a dead end road in town and a new bus station revamp...


Tumultuous painting

19 November 2023
Tumultuous painting

Tumultuous painting

19 November 2023

In their fortnightly Picture This column, staff at Lynn Museum focus on a painting.


Town’s Christmas Tree Festival takes best part of a year to organise

18 November 2023
Town’s Christmas Tree Festival takes best part of a year to organise

Town’s Christmas Tree Festival takes best part of a year to organise

18 November 2023

In his weekly Wensum Column, Jim Harding discusses the work that goes into planning some of Fakenham’s most popular events.


New A&E department open and plans progressing for new hospital

15 November 2023
New A&E department open and plans progressing for new hospital

New A&E department open and plans progressing for new hospital

15 November 2023

In her monthly update, QEH chief executive Alice Webster writes for the Lynn News.


‘Our halving inflation pledge has been achieved’

15 November 2023
‘Our halving inflation pledge has been achieved’

‘Our halving inflation pledge has been achieved’

15 November 2023

In his weekly column, MP James Wild talks of his Government’s achievements.

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Baby hamster needs a loving home

15 November 2023
Baby hamster needs a loving home

Baby hamster needs a loving home

15 November 2023

In our weekly Paws For Thought feature, staff at the RSPCA West Norfolk Rehoming Centre focus on a little hamster.


‘Council has not helped itself by keeping council tax at an artificially low level’

15 November 2023
‘Council has not helped itself by keeping council tax at an artificially low level’

‘Council has not helped itself by keeping council tax at an artificially low level’

15 November 2023

In our weekly Friday Politics slot, Labour’s Cllr Charles Joyce discusses council finances.


Surge pricing is coming to pubs

14 November 2023
Surge pricing is coming to pubs

Surge pricing is coming to pubs

14 November 2023

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses surge pricing.

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It’s nearly panto season

14 November 2023
It’s nearly panto season

It’s nearly panto season

14 November 2023

In this week’s That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler is getting in the pantomime mood.


All about dahlias

12 November 2023
All about dahlias

All about dahlias

12 November 2023

In his Jamie’s Little Allotment column, Jamie Marsh discusses flower growing.


‘I’m proud that our council wants to do what it can to make the experience of leaving care more manageable’

12 November 2023
‘I’m proud that our council wants to do what it can to make the experience of leaving care more manageable’

‘I’m proud that our council wants to do what it can to make the experience of leaving care more manageable’

12 November 2023

In the weekly Friday Politics column, Cllr Jo Rust discusses National Care Leavers Week.


New home for RAF heritage centre which welcomes thousands each year

12 November 2023
New home for RAF heritage centre which welcomes thousands each year

New home for RAF heritage centre which welcomes thousands each year

12 November 2023

In his weekly Turnstone column, John Maiden discusses Remembrance and an RAF heritage centre’s move...


It’s heartening to see so many poppy emblems in prominent town centre places

11 November 2023
It’s heartening to see so many poppy emblems in prominent town centre places

It’s heartening to see so many poppy emblems in prominent town centre places

11 November 2023

In his weekly Wensum column, Fakenham correspondent Jim Harding discusses knitted displays and decorated lampposts for Remembrance Day.


MP on historic King’s Speech

11 November 2023
MP on historic King’s Speech

MP on historic King’s Speech

11 November 2023

In his weekly column, Mp James Wild discusses a memorable day in Parliament.

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New seating area at school in 2013

11 November 2023
New seating area at school in 2013

New seating area at school in 2013

11 November 2023

In our weekly Memory Lane Schooldays feature, we look back 10 years.


Six beautiful rabbits looking for forever homes

11 November 2023
Six beautiful rabbits looking for forever homes

Six beautiful rabbits looking for forever homes

11 November 2023

In our weekly Paws For Thought feature, staff at the RSPCA Eau Brink Rehoming Centre in Tilney All Saints try to rehome six lovely rabbits.


So, which really is the smallest pub?

11 November 2023
So, which really is the smallest pub?

So, which really is the smallest pub?

11 November 2023

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses pub sizes and the re-use of old buildings.

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Portrait of King James gifted to borough in 1698

05 November 2023
Portrait of King James gifted to borough in 1698

Portrait of King James gifted to borough in 1698

05 November 2023

In their fortnightly Picture This column, staff at Lynn Museum discuss a portrait gifted to the town.


The pros and cons of companion planting

04 November 2023
The pros and cons of companion planting

The pros and cons of companion planting

04 November 2023

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, Jamie Marsh discusses planting flowers alongside vegetables.


Beer Festival as good as ever

01 November 2023
Beer Festival as good as ever

Beer Festival as good as ever

01 November 2023

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle enjoys the annual beer festival.


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