The current regime of town centre charges has been defended, despite traders' claims that offers would help to boost their businesses.
Work on a permanent facility is also progressing, officials say.
Tributes are continuing to be paid on all sides of the political divide following the tragedy on Friday.
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The man had already refused to stop when told to do so, magistrates heard.
Celebrity actor and author Stephen Fry has signed and shared a petition from Extinction Rebellion (XR) King's Lynn.
A solicitor described the production of the drugs as 'about as amateur as you can get'.
Local MP finds out about the spud harvest.
A winery on a family farm is harvesting its grapes ready to bottle and sell.
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Norfolk and Suffolk constabularies today issued a joint statement to offer reassurance following David Amess's killing.
The future of a village off-licence will be determined at a meeting after an illegal immigrant working there sold alcohol to two 15-year-olds.
Police have appealed for anyone who may have seen a row between two motorists near a major junction to come forward.
Witnesses are being urged to come forward following an incident involving a dog walker.
People being urged to get a 'top-up' jab.
A patient says he felt 'humiliated' after being splashed with brown water during the incident this week.
Families and communities can unite around the world with the Wave of Light in which the QEH are taking part.
Officials say they are exploring potential improvements to riverside infrastructure and a nearby road.
An MP says she wants to see more detailed cost assessments by Christmas.
Drivers flouting the law and driving in closed motorway lanes can now be picked up by new auto-detection cameras with fines and points for offenders.
Tributes are being paid to a long-serving MP who was killed in his constituency today.
The Queen's birthday was a good excuse to celebrate.
Artwork has had students at Nelson Academy going round in circles.
The first students are expected to begin their programmes there in the New Year.
A West Norfolk primary school is to have a 500m cycle track surrounding the school for children to use.