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Investigation launched after man in late teens raped in churchyard

04 July 2021
Investigation launched after man in late teens raped in churchyard

Investigation launched after man in late teens raped in churchyard

04 July 2021

A man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a teenager after an incident at a churchyard.


Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

27 January 2021
Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

Schools won't reopen until at least March 8

27 January 2021

The Prime Minister has said schools will not reopen until March 8.


Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

24 January 2021
Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

Schools 'will not reopen until after Easter'

24 January 2021

Parents are facing the prospect of many more months of home schooling with the Government expected to rule out a return to the classroom in February.


PM's plan to 'ease lockdown by Easter'

20 January 2021
PM's plan to 'ease lockdown by Easter'

PM's plan to 'ease lockdown by Easter'

20 January 2021

Boris Johnson is said to be working on 'top secret' plans that would allow millions to see loved ones over the Easter holiday.


How much do you know about these festive films and Christmas TV moments?

25 December 2020
How much do you know about these festive films and Christmas TV moments?

How much do you know about these festive films and Christmas TV moments?

25 December 2020

This Quizmas we want to find out how much you know about these festive films and Christmas TV moments.


Norfolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

26 November 2020
Norfolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

Norfolk avoids toughest restrictions under Tier 2 rules

26 November 2020

The county has been given the medium tier of restrictions post-lockdown - despite having some high infection rates.


Fundraising page set up as King's Lynn man's 'last Poppy collection'

02 August 2020
Fundraising page set up as King's Lynn man's 'last Poppy collection'

Fundraising page set up as King's Lynn man's 'last Poppy collection'

02 August 2020

A charitable donation page has been set up in a Lynn man's memory as his 'last collection' for the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal.


Father and son duo complete 50 5K runs to boost charity

01 August 2020
Father and son duo complete 50 5K runs to boost charity

Father and son duo complete 50 5K runs to boost charity

01 August 2020

A father and son duo have raised thousands for a West Norfolk charity that supports people affected by domestic abuse by completing 50 5K runs in May.


Bereavement garden to be created in village as ‘oasis’ for grieving residents

31 July 2020
Bereavement garden to be created in village as ‘oasis’ for grieving residents

Bereavement garden to be created in village as ‘oasis’ for grieving residents

31 July 2020

A bereavement garden is to be created in a West Norfolk village as a quiet place for residents to remember those dear to them.


Volunteers' marathon walk boosts King's Lynn Samaritans

31 July 2020
Volunteers' marathon walk boosts King's Lynn Samaritans

Volunteers' marathon walk boosts King's Lynn Samaritans

31 July 2020

A group of volunteers for King’s Lynn Samaritans walked a marathon distance at the weekend to raise funds for the charity.


New wildlife reserve to welcome first guests from next week

31 July 2020
New wildlife reserve to welcome first guests from next week

New wildlife reserve to welcome first guests from next week

31 July 2020

Booking is now open for a new wildlife reserve in West Norfolk which will welcome visitors for the first time next week.


‘We need to be a staycation destination,’ say officials at museum

31 July 2020
‘We need to be a staycation destination,’ say officials at museum

‘We need to be a staycation destination,’ say officials at museum

31 July 2020

A museum in Lynn has said it wants to make sure more people who go on ‘staycations’ this year think of it as one of their tourist destinations.


Woman recovering from injuries after being thrown from horse thanks 'amazing' helpers

30 July 2020
Woman recovering from injuries after being thrown from horse thanks 'amazing' helpers

Woman recovering from injuries after being thrown from horse thanks 'amazing' helpers

30 July 2020

A Lynn woman who was thrown from her horse says the situation could have been "a lot worse" if it weren't for the help she received.


Cinema to re-open this Friday with newly revamped screens

29 July 2020
Cinema to re-open this Friday with newly revamped screens

Cinema to re-open this Friday with newly revamped screens

29 July 2020

Cinema set to re-open this week after six-figure refurbishment project.


Road reopened after serious collision

29 July 2020
Road reopened after serious collision

Road reopened after serious collision

29 July 2020

Police have reopened a road following a serious collision earlier today.


Emergency services called to serious collision after car crashes into tree

29 July 2020
Emergency services called to serious collision after car crashes into tree

Emergency services called to serious collision after car crashes into tree

29 July 2020

Police and an air ambulance have been called to the scene of a crash on the A148 this morning.


GEAR 10K run postponed to 2021

28 July 2020
GEAR 10K run postponed to 2021

GEAR 10K run postponed to 2021

28 July 2020

The annual GEAR 10K run had been postponed to October, but has now been pushed back to 2021.


Coronavirus: Neighbourhoods with most deaths according to new map

28 July 2020
Coronavirus: Neighbourhoods with most deaths according to new map

Coronavirus: Neighbourhoods with most deaths according to new map

28 July 2020

A new map from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows how many coronavirus deaths there have been between March and June.


Pub landlady says Eat Out to Help Out scheme ‘so important’ for small businesses

28 July 2020
Pub landlady says Eat Out to Help Out scheme ‘so important’ for small businesses

Pub landlady says Eat Out to Help Out scheme ‘so important’ for small businesses

28 July 2020

A pub landlady has described the new ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ government scheme which starts next week as “so important”.


Man reaches finals of national shed competition with his garden bar

28 July 2020
Man reaches finals of national shed competition with his garden bar

Man reaches finals of national shed competition with his garden bar

28 July 2020

A Terrington St Clement man has reached the finals of a national shed competition thanks to the homemade rum shack he built in his garden.


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