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BBC show was a much watch this month – says columnist

BBC show was a much watch this month – says columnist

BBC show was a much watch this month – says columnist

30 January 2024

January can be a bit of a slog after Christmas, with not much to do, but I found myself with plans every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night.


Your letters on developments planned for town

Your letters on developments planned for town

Your letters on developments planned for town

30 January 2024

Here are the Lynn News letters from the Tuesday, January 30 edition.


Can you give Celine her forever home?

Can you give Celine her forever home?

Can you give Celine her forever home?

28 January 2024

In our weekly PawsFor Thought column, staff at the Eau Brink RSPCA rescue centre in Tilney All Saints look to rehome a lovely rabbit.


Lots of talk about Hunstanton hotel plan, says columnist

Lots of talk about Hunstanton hotel plan, says columnist

Lots of talk about Hunstanton hotel plan, says columnist

28 January 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden discusses plans for a new hotel.


Planning reforms and the housing crisis

Planning reforms and the housing crisis

Planning reforms and the housing crisis

28 January 2024

It’s the turn of the Labour leader on West Norfolk Council, Francis Bone, to write our weekly Friday Politics column...


Town’s long-lost pubs

Town’s long-lost pubs

Town’s long-lost pubs

28 January 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle looks at the town’s long lost pubs.


Have you ever considered fermenting, asks columnist

Have you ever considered fermenting, asks columnist

Have you ever considered fermenting, asks columnist

27 January 2024

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh talks about the benefits of fermenting…


Lack of coordination and urgency regarding flooding has been disappointing says MP

Lack of coordination and urgency regarding flooding has been disappointing says MP

Lack of coordination and urgency regarding flooding has been disappointing says MP

27 January 2024

In his weekly column, MP James Wild addresses recent flooding issues.


Split trees and history of river swimming in town

Split trees and history of river swimming in town

Split trees and history of river swimming in town

27 January 2024

In his weekly column, Jim Harding discusses fallen trees and winter walks around the area.


Your letters on MP Liz Truss, the Rotary Club and cliff erosion, sewage in the sea and the Poppy Appeal

Your letters on MP Liz Truss, the Rotary Club and cliff erosion, sewage in the sea and the Poppy Appeal

Your letters on MP Liz Truss, the Rotary Club and cliff erosion, sewage in the sea and the Poppy Appeal

23 January 2024

Here are the Lynn News letters from Tuesday, January 23, 2024.


Are pints of wine and champagne a good idea or another example of a tired government scraping the barrel?

Are pints of wine and champagne a good idea or another example of a tired government scraping the barrel?

Are pints of wine and champagne a good idea or another example of a tired government scraping the barrel?

21 January 2024

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses new Government rules over the sale of still and sparkling wine.


Childhood memories of growing up in town

Childhood memories of growing up in town

Childhood memories of growing up in town

21 January 2024

In his weekly Turnstone column, Hunstanton writer John Maiden remembers his childhood.


Looking after your seeds

Looking after your seeds

Looking after your seeds

21 January 2024

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


New diagnostic centre will open later this year

New diagnostic centre will open later this year

New diagnostic centre will open later this year

21 January 2024

In the monthly Ward Round column, hospital CEO Alice Webster looks forward to the opening of a new diagnostics centre.

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Your views on North West Norfolk election, a town museum and high school places

Your views on North West Norfolk election, a town museum and high school places

Your views on North West Norfolk election, a town museum and high school places

21 January 2024

Here are the Lynn News letters from the edition of Friday, January 19, 2024.

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Memories of town festival

Memories of town festival

Memories of town festival

20 January 2024

In his weekly Wensum column, Fakenham writer Jim Harding reminisces about a popular festival.


Post Office scandal shows that national politics really can’t be kept out of what happens locally

Post Office scandal shows that national politics really can’t be kept out of what happens locally

Post Office scandal shows that national politics really can’t be kept out of what happens locally

20 January 2024

It’s independent West Norfolk Councillor Jo Rust’s turn to write our weekly Friday Politics column...

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Why military action against Houthi militia was necessary

Why military action against Houthi militia was necessary

Why military action against Houthi militia was necessary

20 January 2024

In his weekly column, North West Norfolk MP James Wild discusses military action taken last week.

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‘The decades under which home ownership grew won’t be repeated, so what now for our children?‘

‘The decades under which home ownership grew won’t be repeated, so what now for our children?‘

‘The decades under which home ownership grew won’t be repeated, so what now for our children?‘

18 January 2024

The last time homes were this unaffordable was 1876, says our columnist, who asks ‘what now’ for the younger generations?


We’re so lucky to have park on our doorstep

We’re so lucky to have park on our doorstep

We’re so lucky to have park on our doorstep

16 January 2024

In our weekly From The Newsroom opinion piece, editor Jeremy Ransome talks of his love for our park and the important role it has played in his life.


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