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Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn declares internal critical incident

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18-month-old Jack Hampton has been seizure free since October last year

Family of an 18-month-old boy raise awareness of a rare seizure disorder

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Heacham charity Valentine dance'Nikkie Hastie (front right) with Lesley Geer and, back, left to right, Carol Thorpe, Kay Hughes, Anita Dilks, Margaret Dixie and Chris and Kimberley Basforth, Hunstanton Sunny Bells supporters and members of the Red Hat Society

Former businesswoman hosts Valentine dance for people who might otherwise be alone

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QUESTION MARK: The future of the Spalding to King's Lynn 505 bus service is uncertain after operator Statecoach announced 'a review of its operations'.  Photo supplied.

Big fall revealed in Norfolk bus route coverage

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Archers star Tim shares his love for West Norfolk

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Crowds gather for mane event in Downham Market

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West Norfolk MP backs opposition to press threat

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Families enjoy fun day at King’s Centre in King’s Lynn

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The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane.

Man given ban after drug-driving in Terrington St Clement

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Marshland St James Community Hall Farmers' Market. Pictured FLtoR Organisers Mary Niblett. Sue Johnson. Sue Askew (Marshland Community Hall)

Marshland Hall opens up for market day

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Big fall revealed in Norfolk bus route coverage

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Launch of new trains at King's Lynn Railway Station and opening of new Cambridge North Station'View from the Drivers Cab

Anger as West Norfolk rail improvements face further delays

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John Hayes MP has written to Stagecoach about its review of bus services in Norfolk, including the 505 Spalding to King's Lynn route.  Photo supplied.

MP Hayes takes up case for bus routes under review

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GV of  the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, King's Court Hq, Chapel Street King's Lynn

West Norfolk set to take on new parking work

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The Queen boards the train at King�"s Lynn Station, after her winter break at Sandringham. Walking with her is station manager Graeme Pratt.

Queen departs from King’s Lynn on train

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Man given ban after drug-driving in Terrington St Clement

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Four arrested following trouble near King’s Lynn Mart

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Man given court date after arrest in King’s Lynn

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Woman fined over illegal tobacco haul at King’s Lynn shop

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Fun science lessons on offer to children in King’s Lynn

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King’s Lynn college students challenged at Marine training day

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Micro:bit Jam at Downham Market Library. Pictured Third from left  Librarian Elenor Parkin with Volunteers FLtoR Liam Leonard. Doug White. Lorna Hammond. with children .

Kids given micro taste of coding at Downham Market library

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Putting the magic in road safety at Brancaster Primary School show

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Downham Market school report ‘reflects hard work’

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Big fall revealed in Norfolk bus route coverage

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Specsavers are running weekly audiology clinics in Hunstanton.

Specsavers launch audiology clinics in Hunstanton

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Norfolk County Hall.

Norfolk County Council tax rise approved at budget meeting

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Bet that was a good night out in Middleton

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King’s Lynn college students challenged at Marine training day

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Candidates for the Norfolk County Council Elections May 2013

Jobs hope after West Norfolk Council talks with firm over relocation idea

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Legal challenge lodged over Gayton planning decision

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Fears over anti-social driving in Swaffham

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Fury over Breckland Council plan to axe Swaffham office

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Rob Archer at the point on the Sandringham Cycleway where it crosses Spenser Road.

Letter: Rob Archer February 20, 2018

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Local Election May 2011''Charles Joyce

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn declares internal critical incident

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18-month-old Jack Hampton has been seizure free since October last year

Family of an 18-month-old boy raise awareness of a rare seizure disorder

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Heacham charity Valentine dance'Nikkie Hastie (front right) with Lesley Geer and, back, left to right, Carol Thorpe, Kay Hughes, Anita Dilks, Margaret Dixie and Chris and Kimberley Basforth, Hunstanton Sunny Bells supporters and members of the Red Hat Society

Former businesswoman hosts Valentine dance for people who might otherwise be alone

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Matron Dawn Slack receives the cheque from Practice Development Nurse Ragna Page, who has thanked the team for their care of her late husband Don

Husband remembered with donation to King’s Lynn hospital

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King’s Lynn respite home petition heads towards 3,000 names

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