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True's Yard Museum has exhibition about its own history

01 April 2022
True's Yard Museum has exhibition about its own history

True's Yard Museum has exhibition about its own history

01 April 2022

The mayor and mayoress came to open an examination of the history of the museum for the North End.


Man guilty of killing his three-month-old baby daughter

30 March 2022
Man guilty of killing his three-month-old baby daughter

Man guilty of killing his three-month-old baby daughter

30 March 2022

A father has been cleared of murder but found guilty of the manslaughter of his three-month-old baby Eleanor.


West Norfolk pub reopens

30 March 2022
West Norfolk pub reopens

West Norfolk pub reopens

30 March 2022

The Deer’s Leap now has a new name, new look and new landlords after a £400,000 makeover.


16 ambulances parked up outside King's Lynn's hospital

29 March 2022
16 ambulances parked up outside King's Lynn's hospital

16 ambulances parked up outside King's Lynn's hospital

29 March 2022

Health chiefs in Norfolk have issued a statement this afternoon begging people to only use A&E in a real emergency.


Swimarathon winners given medals

29 March 2022
Swimarathon winners given medals

Swimarathon winners given medals

29 March 2022

A night of congratulation was held at North Wootton as those who swam the furthest and those who are benefitting from the funds raised came together.


Defendant had drug on her as 30th birthday treat, court told

27 March 2022
Defendant had drug on her as 30th birthday treat, court told

Defendant had drug on her as 30th birthday treat, court told

27 March 2022

A woman arrested on an unrelated matter was found to be in possession of a small wrap of amphetamine.


Services in West Norfolk join up to help Ukrainian refugees

25 March 2022
Services in West Norfolk join up to help Ukrainian refugees

Services in West Norfolk join up to help Ukrainian refugees

25 March 2022

A fund of £10,000 is to pay for a temporary part-time support worker for migrant charities working in the borough.


Norfolk review aims to save £20m

25 March 2022
Norfolk review aims to save £20m

Norfolk review aims to save £20m

25 March 2022

Jobs on the line as county council aims to be 'match fit'.


West Norfolk services for Ukrainian refugees ready by next week

24 March 2022
West Norfolk services for Ukrainian refugees ready by next week

West Norfolk services for Ukrainian refugees ready by next week

24 March 2022

Councillors have unanimously supported a motion calling for an immediate end to the war in Ukraine.


Parliamentary debate on rebuilding of Queen Elizabeth Hospital

23 March 2022
Parliamentary debate on rebuilding of Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Parliamentary debate on rebuilding of Queen Elizabeth Hospital

23 March 2022

The MP for North West Norfolk pressed his case for a speedy rebuild of Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital in a debate in Parliament.


History course starts at museum this month

21 March 2022
History course starts at museum this month

History course starts at museum this month

21 March 2022

Dr Paul Richards will be giving talks at True's Yard covering the town's history.


Pupils are well read at event in King's Lynn

21 March 2022
Pupils are well read at event in King's Lynn

Pupils are well read at event in King's Lynn

21 March 2022

Children from primary schools gathered together for a literary event at the Corn Exchange.


Lifeboat in action twice over weekend

21 March 2022
Lifeboat in action twice over weekend

Lifeboat in action twice over weekend

21 March 2022

Crews tow a boat back to port and assist in a medivac.


Squirrels carry out first investiture

20 March 2022
Squirrels carry out first investiture

Squirrels carry out first investiture

20 March 2022

A new member of the Scouting fraternity has welcomed new youngsters to its fold.


Autistic people experience the world in rather different ways

20 March 2022
Autistic people experience the world in rather different ways

Autistic people experience the world in rather different ways

20 March 2022

The Lynn News Charity of the Year articles continue with how to create a more accepting environment for autistic people.


No free-range eggs in the supermarkets

19 March 2022
No free-range eggs in the supermarkets

No free-range eggs in the supermarkets

19 March 2022

The continuence of bird flu means that eggs will now be labelled as 'Barn' rather than 'Free-range' in UK stores.


Borough sets up emergency fund for Ukrainian refugees

15 March 2022
Borough sets up emergency fund for Ukrainian refugees

Borough sets up emergency fund for Ukrainian refugees

15 March 2022

The council is to use money raised by its lottery to offer emergency support to Ukrainians here.


Queen Elizabeth Hospital cancels awards night because of Covid surge

15 March 2022
Queen Elizabeth Hospital cancels awards night because of Covid surge

Queen Elizabeth Hospital cancels awards night because of Covid surge

15 March 2022

It had originally been scheduled to be held last November, but now the rescheduled Team QEH evening will only be live-streamed.


Feel free on Mother's Day at Pensthorpe

15 March 2022
Feel free on Mother's Day at Pensthorpe

Feel free on Mother's Day at Pensthorpe

15 March 2022

There is a special offer at a nature reserve near Fakenham on the final Sunday of the month.


Omicron business grant ends on Friday

15 March 2022
Omicron business grant ends on Friday

Omicron business grant ends on Friday

15 March 2022

Aid to the leisure, tourism and personal care sector needs to be claimed by the end of this week.


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