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Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

Supermarket to build biggest electric car charging network

27 July 2021

A supermarket chain says it is installing the UK's largest charging network for electric cars under its expansion plans.


Second solar farm application for West Norfolk in two weeks

Second solar farm application for West Norfolk in two weeks

Second solar farm application for West Norfolk in two weeks

27 July 2021

Walpole solar scheme will generate power for 10,150 homes.


Are we heading for a cashless society?

Are we heading for a cashless society?

Are we heading for a cashless society?

26 July 2021

Campaigners says millions would struggle to survive in a society that doesn't use cash, prompting the Post Office to launch a campaign.


Rock restaurant is travellers' choice for value food

Rock restaurant is travellers' choice for value food

Rock restaurant is travellers' choice for value food

22 July 2021

King's Lynn restaurant makes UK top ten in food awards.


Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021

The age of the 'pingdemic' is upon us, but what does that mean for our supermarkets, businesses and transport.


Joe and Lisa's tuk-tuk venture takes off

Joe and Lisa's tuk-tuk venture takes off

Joe and Lisa's tuk-tuk venture takes off

22 July 2021

Terrington couple's award-winning garden shed sparked a new business venture.


Lightspeed connecting thousands of homes across West Norfolk

Lightspeed connecting thousands of homes across West Norfolk

Lightspeed connecting thousands of homes across West Norfolk

22 July 2021

Internet service provider sees full fibre network roll out in Lynn this week.


Covid passports will not work in hospitality industry claim

Covid passports will not work in hospitality industry claim

Covid passports will not work in hospitality industry claim

21 July 2021

Loungers boss attacks Government Covid message to hospitality sector.


Wacky and wonderful cafe bar ready to open its doors in town

Wacky and wonderful cafe bar ready to open its doors in town

Wacky and wonderful cafe bar ready to open its doors in town

21 July 2021

Fancy meeting Mingo Keith, try a banana puffle and walk in to wonderland? Then this new bar cafe will appeal to your taste buds.


Solar farm could generate power for 13,500 homes

Solar farm could generate power for 13,500 homes

Solar farm could generate power for 13,500 homes

20 July 2021

Application submitted for a large solar farm on outskirts of King's Lynn.


East Anglian Air Ambulance, Lend with Care and End Polio Now benefit from rotarians' hard work

East Anglian Air Ambulance, Lend with Care and End Polio Now benefit from rotarians' hard work

East Anglian Air Ambulance, Lend with Care and End Polio Now benefit from rotarians' hard work

20 July 2021

Every little helps as club keeps its charitable fundraising going with raffles during the pandemic.


Make your views known on new incinerator, says West Norfolk Council

Make your views known on new incinerator, says West Norfolk Council

Make your views known on new incinerator, says West Norfolk Council

19 July 2021

Eleven years after one incinerator was seen off ... what is the borough's attitude to another facility?


'Our priority is safety' says pub after online abuse from trolls

'Our priority is safety' says pub after online abuse from trolls

'Our priority is safety' says pub after online abuse from trolls

19 July 2021

A pub has been forced to apologise after internet abuse from trolls and 'anti-vaxers” after suggesting proof of vaccines as a safety measure.


A look at the high street on 'Freedom Day'

A look at the high street on 'Freedom Day'

A look at the high street on 'Freedom Day'

19 July 2021

The "pingdemic" begins as mask-wearing restrictions are lifted on the UK's so-called "freedom day".


New plan to boost town centre outlined

New plan to boost town centre outlined

New plan to boost town centre outlined

19 July 2021

A business group has published proposals which it hopes will allow it to keep working for another five years.


Get active with fitness classes at villages halls

Get active with fitness classes at villages halls

Get active with fitness classes at villages halls

16 July 2021

Restrictions are easing and live exercise classes are coming back.


Concerns about being undercut on deals are put to Trade Secretary

Concerns about being undercut on deals are put to Trade Secretary

Concerns about being undercut on deals are put to Trade Secretary

15 July 2021

Face to face meeting lets farmers question Trade Secretary about implications of Australia deal.


Take a look around this Grade II listed property on the market for £2.75m

Take a look around this Grade II listed property on the market for £2.75m

Take a look around this Grade II listed property on the market for £2.75m

15 July 2021

Elegant, meticulously renovated and in one of the most sought after locations in Norfolk, it is easy to see why this Grade II listed Regency house carries a price tag of well over £2 million.


Sainsbury's issues urgent recall for vegan product that contains 'traces of meat'

Sainsbury's issues urgent recall for vegan product that contains 'traces of meat'

Sainsbury's issues urgent recall for vegan product that contains 'traces of meat'

15 July 2021

Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has issued an urgent recall after it discovered one of its vegan food items contained meat and dairy.


West Norfolk to get new DAB radio stations

West Norfolk to get new DAB radio stations

West Norfolk to get new DAB radio stations

15 July 2021

Ofcom has awarded a licence to expand the number of radio stations on offer to listeners to North Norfolk Digital.


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