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Magistrates heard the machine belonged to the elderly person who the man cares for.
The Lynn News weekly dispatch from Westminster says Europe faces the real prospect of armed conflict.
The Highway Code has been updated - here's 8 changes all road users need to understand from today.
Pupils have enjoyed a continental breakfast in a fun way to learn French.
King’s Lynn police commander Wes Hornigold discusses this initiative which aims to make West Norfolk's streets safer.
With rising costs, supply chain and staffing challenges, West Norfolk firms can organise now to stay ahead, writes a financial services consultant.
A second cat was rehomed after the grim discovery, magistrates were told.
The new year has seen a group already achieve weight-loss goals.
A green light has been approved for improvements to a business that has thrived in lockdown.
The building, which is marked as unsafe, remains a target for a Norfolk farmer who wants to turn it into a museum and failed once to purchase it.
A man accused of murdering his daughter will appear before magistrates tomorrow morning.
The men will appear in court tomorrow.
A post-mortem examination is set to take place later today, police say.
A runner will be taking on an all day challenge raising funds for a charity that provides support in mental health for people living in rural areas.
Yesterday marked awareness of a disease which affects children and was highlighted with a building lit up red in Lynn.
Senior health officials have renewed their appeals for the public to 'use services wisely'.
New signs showing a lower speed limit are being put up on notorious stretch of road to the coast.
Learner drivers who fail their driving test could have to wait 28 days to rebook an exam, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) said.
A parade to light up the seafront is back in March.
Businesses, community groups and members of the public are being invited to work with political leaders following 'very encouraging' initial talks.
Storm breaks over report that Foreign Secretary used Government airliner instead of taking a scheduled flight.
A borough councillor has posed the question "Is it time to split?"
A school organised activities for sixth form students interested in government and politics and a special Q&A with an MP.
The Lynn-based academy is recognised for its work with the rights of children and is now aiming for the top rung of this award.
A village nursery owner has questioned whether someone has to die in a crash before county transport chiefs will act.