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MP Liz Truss dines with ovarian cancer survivor to help raise awareness of disease

25 July 2023
MP Liz Truss dines with ovarian cancer survivor to help raise awareness of disease

MP Liz Truss dines with ovarian cancer survivor to help raise awareness of disease

25 July 2023

MP Liz Truss has dined with a cancer survivor to hear her story and says ‘more need to be done’ to raise awareness of the disease in the UK.


Primary school pupils act out play written by music teacher

21 July 2023
Primary school pupils act out play written by music teacher

Primary school pupils act out play written by music teacher

21 July 2023

Primary school pupils performed a play during the last two days of summer term which was written by their own teacher.


Teenager on ‘last minute holiday’ to Greece died after falling off moped and being ran over by another

18 July 2023
Teenager on ‘last minute holiday’ to Greece died after falling off moped and being ran over by another

Teenager on ‘last minute holiday’ to Greece died after falling off moped and being ran over by another

18 July 2023

A young man who went on a “last minute” holiday with a group of friends died after falling off a moped and being run over by another one.


Sculptor’s tennis player tree wows Wimbledon fans

17 July 2023
Sculptor’s tennis player tree wows Wimbledon fans

Sculptor’s tennis player tree wows Wimbledon fans

17 July 2023

A stunning statue of a tennis player morphing into a tree has become a big hit with fans attending this year's Wimbledon championship.


Young artists ‘collaborate’ for town hall exhibition

16 July 2023
Young artists ‘collaborate’ for town hall exhibition

Young artists ‘collaborate’ for town hall exhibition

16 July 2023

Young artists from across West Norfolk have showcased their work at a gallery at a town hall.


Year 11 students enjoy Pirates of the Caribbean-themed prom night

14 July 2023
Year 11 students enjoy Pirates of the Caribbean-themed prom night

Year 11 students enjoy Pirates of the Caribbean-themed prom night

14 July 2023

It was an “arr-mazing” night for students last week as their secondary school was transformed into a pirate haven for their prom night.


New business selling sofas opens up on village site

14 July 2023
New business selling sofas opens up on village site

New business selling sofas opens up on village site

14 July 2023

A business owner is back selling sofas after a short break as he has opened up a new shop on a village site.


Tanks, tractors and tandems take students to end-of-year prom at secondary school

12 July 2023
Tanks, tractors and tandems take students to end-of-year prom at secondary school

Tanks, tractors and tandems take students to end-of-year prom at secondary school

12 July 2023

A tank, a horse and sports cars were among the modes of transport that took year 11 students to their prom last week.


Sweet Danny needs a loving home

12 July 2023
Sweet Danny needs a loving home

Sweet Danny needs a loving home

12 July 2023

Here’s the latest Paws for Thought column, trying to match pets with loving owners.


MP to feed back to ministers on education challenges after visiting primary school

12 July 2023
MP to feed back to ministers on education challenges after visiting primary school

MP to feed back to ministers on education challenges after visiting primary school

12 July 2023

A West Norfolk MP has visited a primary school to learn about the school’s values, meet pupils and answer questions from the school council.


West Norfolk schools can be climate champions

11 July 2023
West Norfolk schools can be climate champions

West Norfolk schools can be climate champions

11 July 2023

In our latest Love West Norfolk column, West Norfolk Council Cabinet member for Climate Change and Biodiversity Cllr Michael de Whalley writes.


Correction regarding columnist’s points on police action

11 July 2023
Correction regarding columnist’s points on police action

Correction regarding columnist’s points on police action

11 July 2023

Norfolk Police has asked us to clarify some information which was inaccurately reported in a column published on the Lynn News website.


Company donates fridge to town’s café supporting residents with mental health and wellbeing

11 July 2023
Company donates fridge to town’s café supporting residents with mental health and wellbeing

Company donates fridge to town’s café supporting residents with mental health and wellbeing

11 July 2023

A refrigeration company has donated a fridge to a cafe that supports people with their mental health and wellbeing.


Pupils build bridge ‘sturdy enough for squirrels’ as part of competition

11 July 2023
Pupils build bridge ‘sturdy enough for squirrels’ as part of competition

Pupils build bridge ‘sturdy enough for squirrels’ as part of competition

11 July 2023

Primary school pupils took part in a competition last month which taught them what it is like to be a civil engineer.


Eric celebrates 60 years with the same company

11 July 2023
Eric celebrates 60 years with the same company

Eric celebrates 60 years with the same company

11 July 2023

Meeting the late Queen was a career highlight for a stonemason who is celebrating 60 years working for the same company.


QEH ward shortlisted for two prestigious awards

10 July 2023
QEH ward shortlisted for two prestigious awards

QEH ward shortlisted for two prestigious awards

10 July 2023

A ward at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in Lynn is celebrating after being shortlisted for two national awards.


New president of Rotary club, who is ‘born and bred’ Norfolk woman, is welcomed into role

10 July 2023
New president of Rotary club, who is ‘born and bred’ Norfolk woman, is welcomed into role

New president of Rotary club, who is ‘born and bred’ Norfolk woman, is welcomed into role

10 July 2023

A Norfolk “born and bred” woman has been welcomed as the new president of a Rotary club.

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Angling club’s events support air ambulance

10 July 2023
Angling club’s events support air ambulance

Angling club’s events support air ambulance

10 July 2023

An angling club has raised £135 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).


‘Serial offender’ who takes £60 worth of cannabis and cocaine a day caught shoplifting twice

10 July 2023
‘Serial offender’ who takes £60 worth of cannabis and cocaine a day caught shoplifting twice

‘Serial offender’ who takes £60 worth of cannabis and cocaine a day caught shoplifting twice

10 July 2023

A “serial offender” was caught putting 11 bottles of washing products in a holdall and walking out without paying.


Chef caught drink-driving after arranged lift was cancelled

09 July 2023
Chef caught drink-driving after arranged lift was cancelled

Chef caught drink-driving after arranged lift was cancelled

09 July 2023

A drink-driver who was seen drifting in the road decided to drive after a lift he arranged got cancelled.


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