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A Lynn-based support group for people living with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) has received a boost in the shape of a £1,800 donation.
Follow live and exclusive updates from the Lynn News as league leaders King's Lynn Town host second-placed York City at The Walks.
A youngster from Hunstanton has raised her greatest sum yet for charity.
Pair given conditional discharges at King's Lynn magistrates court for thefts
18-year-old defendant from King's Lynn said she had been angry.
Clothes items were stolen from a store in King's Lynn town centre yesterday afternoon according to police.
Businessman and town councillor speaks of his sadness as his 'hobby turned job' will be closing.
Empty businesses in West Norfolk are costing taxpayers an average of £1 million in lost rates each year as part of a national relief scheme.
A 35-year-old man who was wanted by police in Suffolk has been arrested in Lynn.
Police are appealing for the driver of a vehicle to come forward following a collision in Hunstanton yesterday in which a dog was injured.
Lynn-based author Brian Pead is seeking to overturn the guilty verdict on West Norfolk farmer Tony Martin back in August 1999.
Main work on remaking reception gets under way next month.
Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital is searching for a hero, to coincide with its 40th anniversary which it will mark this year.
Lynn's hospital is currently experiencing high numbers of patients with confirmed flu and with symptoms of the flu virus.
Police say work to identify the victim is now underway, as lines to and from the borough re-open.
Rail passengers are being warned to expect long delays this afternoon following an incident on the line between Lynn and Ely.
A footbridge in a West Norfolk village has been closed after an inspection revealed structural problems.
Campaigners demanding the return of the railways to public ownership have been making their case for change in Lynn.
Town councillors overwhelmingly agreed that declaring a climate emergency would be "unnecessary" this week.
North West Norfolk MP James Wild secured a commitment from the government for broadband speeds of 10 Mbps.
Developers of the 600 homes at Knights Hill have argued more than 100 of those would be affordable housing.
A former Lynn student has received the Queen’s Gold Medal after achieving the highest A-level grades at King Edward VII (KES) Academy last year.
An historic village tradition was brought back to life in Tilney All Saints this week as schoolchildren celebrated Plough Monday.
North West Norfolk MP James Wild will be supporting Howard Junior School’s fundraising efforts in aid of native Australian wildlife.