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Signs of what can be

Signs of what can be

Signs of what can be

03 March 2024

Joshua Osborne, Labour borough councillor for Downham Old Town Ward, discusses why he believes people want change in this week’s Friday Politics.

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Another trip to London

Another trip to London

Another trip to London

02 March 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle recalls a recent day out.


Don’t be a fool for fools' spring

Don’t be a fool for fools' spring

Don’t be a fool for fools' spring

02 March 2024

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh advises not to give into ‘fools spring’ when gardening…


Incinerator is not yet a done deal

Incinerator is not yet a done deal

Incinerator is not yet a done deal

02 March 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild discusses a planned incinerator, farming and flooding problems.

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Polar loves his toys

Polar loves his toys

Polar loves his toys

02 March 2024

In the latest Paws For Thought column, staff at the Eau Brink rehoming centre try to find a home for seven-year-old Polar.


My time so far on the Cabinet has flown by

My time so far on the Cabinet has flown by

My time so far on the Cabinet has flown by

28 February 2024

West Norfolk Council Cabinet member for people and communities Cllr Jo Rust writes this week’s Friday Politics column.


Council budget plans to turn off streetlights would be catastrophic, says columnist

Council budget plans to turn off streetlights would be catastrophic, says columnist

Council budget plans to turn off streetlights would be catastrophic, says columnist

27 February 2024

In our weekly From The Newsroom opinion piece, reporter Lucy Carter shares her concerns about Norfolk County Council’s budget announcement…

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A busy week in my constituency

A busy week in my constituency

A busy week in my constituency

25 February 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild discusses a week away from Parliament.

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Can you give a loving home to Jack the lad?

Can you give a loving home to Jack the lad?

Can you give a loving home to Jack the lad?

25 February 2024

In their weekly column, staff at the RSPCA Rehoming Centre in Eau Brink seek a new home for a Bull X Greyhound.

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Charity Mamma Mia night at cinema was success, writes columnist

Charity Mamma Mia night at cinema was success, writes columnist

Charity Mamma Mia night at cinema was success, writes columnist

25 February 2024

In his weekly column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses Fakenham’s cinema and family railway journeys…


‘All the staff deserved ten out of ten’ says columnist about hospital

‘All the staff deserved ten out of ten’ says columnist about hospital

‘All the staff deserved ten out of ten’ says columnist about hospital

24 February 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses the “warm and welcoming” treatment he received in hospital…


Rain, rain and more rain, but what can we get up to in the garden?

Rain, rain and more rain, but what can we get up to in the garden?

Rain, rain and more rain, but what can we get up to in the garden?

24 February 2024

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh talks about the wet weather…


Taking in the pubs before and after an enjoyable football match

Taking in the pubs before and after an enjoyable football match

Taking in the pubs before and after an enjoyable football match

24 February 2024

In his weekly The Barman column, Jeff Hoyle takes a train journey and visits a few watering holes.


Opinion: Business closures are a huge loss to our town

Opinion: Business closures are a huge loss to our town

Opinion: Business closures are a huge loss to our town

19 February 2024

Lynn News’ head of news Rebekah Chilvers shares her thoughts on the sad news of a restaurant and a club shutting in Lynn town centre.

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‘It’s difficult to think of any development that reflects town’s character in its glory days’

‘It’s difficult to think of any development that reflects town’s character in its glory days’

‘It’s difficult to think of any development that reflects town’s character in its glory days’

18 February 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses the “unfortunate” decline in Hunstanton’s character...


Lovely Lucy needs a forever home

Lovely Lucy needs a forever home

Lovely Lucy needs a forever home

18 February 2024

In the latest Paws For Thought column, staff at Eau Brink RSPCA rescue centre look to rehome an 11-year-old cat.

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More needs to be done for dentistry in North West Norfolk

More needs to be done for dentistry in North West Norfolk

More needs to be done for dentistry in North West Norfolk

18 February 2024

In is weekly column, MP James Wild discusses dental services in North West Norfolk.

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Gardening columnist shares all you need to know about growing potatoes

Gardening columnist shares all you need to know about growing potatoes

Gardening columnist shares all you need to know about growing potatoes

17 February 2024

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh talks about potatoes...


General Election campaign has well and truly started

General Election campaign has well and truly started

General Election campaign has well and truly started

17 February 2024

It’s the turn of Liberal Democrat Rob Colwell to write this week’s Friday Politics.

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Has this river ever been so high in the middle of February?

Has this river ever been so high in the middle of February?

Has this river ever been so high in the middle of February?

17 February 2024

In his weekly column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding discusses a high river, a good cause, and the untimely death of a marathon runner...


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