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Students from the College of West Anglia have sailed through the RNLI Hunstanton coastal proficiency course.
A special 50 pence piece, to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, has been unveiled and demand for it is expected to be high.
Linnets chairman takes to social media to plead with supporters after Aldershot defeat at The Walks.
Linnets left in deep trouble after losing huge six-pointer at home to Aldershot Town
Several other people were in the vehicle when it was stopped in the early hours of the morning.
The man told police he wanted to 'try it on', magistrates heard.
James Wild MP writes for the Lynn News in his weekly column and this week he looks at train travel.
She has 58 flavours to choose from so making cheesecakes really is the business for this baker.
The smoking ban and the opening of a new chain contributed to losses for the popular venue.
A £566,000 investment in a new convenience store has created 12 jobs and given the area a John Lewis connection too.
The police were stopping people for things such as cracked windscreens.
A man who was detained on suspicion of murder earlier this week has now been de-arrested, detectives say.
A motorist was detained on suspicion of drug driving following the first of three separate collisions yesterday afternoon, police say.
An investigation is continuing, but police say they believe the death is an 'isolated' incident.
A hefty donation was made to a good cause after the sterling work they do with mothers and children was explained at a meeting.
The tech revolution undertaken on the wards has been rewarded with a prestigious prize.
Healthwatch want to ask patients in Norfolk how the pandemic affects GP services.
Officials insisted they have a duty to make the road safer, despite claims their plan is 'a risk too far'.
James Wild says he is pinning his hopes on an upgrade to Ely junction to improve services for passengers.
The DVLA has issued a warning to drivers with a licence about to expire as paper applications face extremely long delays.
Officials have been accused of ignoring local experience nearly a year after a camera was removed amid safety concerns.
Norfolk has been allocated a share of a £500 million package intended to help families in need following the end of Covid support measures.
There is a new casual vacancy in the town.
Conservative Party donor may perhaps be able to sing (I've Had) The Time Of My Life.
College of West Anglia acknowledges staff achievements at award ceremony.
Gaywood Primary pupils get a 'rich educational experience' says Ofsted report.
The efforts were literally spot on to help Pudsey raise money for the disadvantaged.