More of the latest cases heard by magistrates sitting on the West Norfolk bench.
The Jubilee celebrations will be a big day for Betty, who has grown up in tandem with her namesake Queen Elizabeth.
A community was deeply saddened by a helicopter crash during the conflict of 40 years ago, writes CHRIS HORNBY.
Robert Ashton was one of a gallant band of Marines who fought to keep the Union flag flying in the first battle of the Falklands War.
Iceland is to introduce a weekly discount day to help its older customers with the cost of living crisis.
Here are more of the latest cases heard by magistrates sitting on the West Norfolk bench.
If buffering broadband is giving you the blues, fear not, full fibre is here!
Then Sings My Soul will look at the history behind the nation's favourite hymns.
CHRIS HORNBY has looked back through the archives of 40 years ago to see how we reported the Falklands War.
It was a memorable afternoon's classical concert on Sunday.
A footballer who played for King's Lynn Town days before being arrested has begun a four-and-a-half year prison term.
The Lynn News takes the first at a lookback at its archives with CHRIS HORNBY
But police have been criticised for the delay in bringing the case to court.
Floral tributes have been left outside a hairdressing salon following the shock news of the death of John Claxton.
The maker of the font cover, who now lives in Tilney All Saints, was working for a local builder almost 50 years ago.
Our reviewer has been enjoyed a concert at Burnham Thorpe Church.
A woman who was found to be 13 times over the legal limit, and six times the limit for another, had driven out of safety fears, magistrates heard.
Our reviewer has enjoyed reacquainting himself with Alan Ayckbourn at the Westacre Theatre.
A well-known convenience store and newsagent is in trouble, bosses have admitted today.
A man was given a telling off by his mother following the incident, magistrates heard.