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Letter: I. Christie July 3, 2018

Letter: I. Christie July 3, 2018

Letter: I. Christie July 3, 2018

03 July 2018

I read with interest the recent letters from Wendy Twite and Pete Widdows, and think they both miss a problem with anthems, and related patriotism.


Letter: Steve Mackinder July3, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder July3, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder July3, 2018

03 July 2018

I have to concur with Mr Widdows's observations about the dirge we persist in calling our National Anthem.


Letter: Steve Mackinder June 29, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder June 29, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder June 29, 2018

29 June 2018

I thought I’d heard all Mike Larcey’s blinkered and partisan views on the reasons for the state of the nation but he’s taken the biscuit this time.


Letter: Robert Raab June 29, 2018

Letter: Robert Raab June 29, 2018

Letter: Robert Raab June 29, 2018

29 June 2018

Why does council leader Brian Long and the council still want to change Hardings Way Road in Lynn back into an air polluting road for all vehicles?


Letter: Dick Melton June 29, 2018

Letter: Dick Melton June 29, 2018

Letter: Dick Melton June 29, 2018

29 June 2018

In your Look Back section of the Lynn News, June 26, you mention that 50 years ago the BBC Down Your Way team came to Hunstanton.


Letter: Edward Wheatley June 29, 2018

Letter: Edward Wheatley June 29, 2018

Letter: Edward Wheatley June 29, 2018

29 June 2018

“Hunstanton Prosperity” – The lack of a definite article in the name is a warning that we are in for some pseudo modern planning shenanigans.


Plan for tomorrow and embrace technology

Plan for tomorrow and embrace technology

Plan for tomorrow and embrace technology

29 June 2018

Will a new A47 be ready for tomorrow as a "connected" highway with 5G connection?


Nwes column by Paul Gardner, Business consultant

Nwes column by Paul Gardner, Business consultant

Nwes column by Paul Gardner, Business consultant

01 June 2018

Whilst many entrepreneurs start their own business because they want to be their own boss and enjoy a different way or working, many want to grow.


Advice from Norfolk Chamber

Advice from Norfolk Chamber

Advice from Norfolk Chamber

25 May 2018

A good handshake makes an important connection


Letter: Paul Firmage May 15, 2018

Letter: Paul Firmage May 15, 2018

Letter: Paul Firmage May 15, 2018

15 May 2018

Syrian air strikes should be condemned


Letter Pete Widdows May 15, 2018

Letter Pete Widdows May 15, 2018

Letter Pete Widdows May 15, 2018

15 May 2018

Consider using Parliament Act for Brexit


Letter: Steve Mackinder May 15, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder May 15, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder May 15, 2018

15 May 2018

Still broke until debts are repaid


Help at hand for start-ups and existing businesses

Help at hand for start-ups and existing businesses

Help at hand for start-ups and existing businesses

04 May 2018

According to Start Up Britain around 660,000 companies were formed in 2016, up from just over 608,000 in 2015. That’s just over one a minute!


That’s Entertainment - Plenty to visit nearby

That’s Entertainment - Plenty to visit nearby

27 April 2018

There’s never a shortage of events in West Norfolk, but I would also recommend visiting a couple of venues in nearby Cambridge and Norwich when you are planning days out.


That’s Entertainment - Top show at Westacre

That’s Entertainment - Top show at Westacre

20 April 2018

It was a welcome pleasure to sit out in the open air and enjoy the improving weather during the interval in the Westacre Theatre Young People’s entertaining production of Gogol’s The Government Inspector in a freely adapted version directed by Camilla Falconbridge.


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