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A47 to be closed at King’s Lynn interchange this weekend

The A47 at Lynn’s Saddlebow interchange will be closed again this weekend as work to repair its bridges continues.

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60th Wedding Anniversary celebrations for (Frank) and Norma Rainbird from King's Lynn

West Norfolk couple share secret to long marriage

A devoted couple from Lynn who have been married for 60-years have shared their secrets to a long-lasting marriage.

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Coasthopper bus in King's Lynn bus station stand D

Save our Coasthopper pleads online petition

An online petition has been started calling for action to safeguard the future of the Coasthopper bus service out of Lynn bus station.

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GV CITB Bircham Norflk.

Union’s ‘skills black hole’ fear over future of West Norfolk construction training

Proposed reforms to a West Norfolk-based construction training provider risk creating a “skills black hole” in the industry, union leaders have warned.

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Phosphates  being unloaded at Rosyth from where they will be taken to the new factory north of Edinburgh opened by Narborough firm Law Fertilisers Ltd.

Narborough fertiliser firm warns of potential impact on sugar beet growing

The effect of a Yorkshire potash mine ceasing production this summer is going to have a huge impact on farmers in East Anglia and could even quadruple the cost of growing sugar beet, warns the MD of Law Fertiliser Ltd, based in Narborough.

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Petals Tea Rooms at Dersingham 'LtoR, Angie Bates, Wendy Williams and Charlee Ellis

Dersingham tea room gives opportunities to youngsters to learn new skills

Petals Tea Room in Dersingham is proud to be serving up opportunities for youngsters no longer in mainstream education to learn new skills.

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Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

If you don’t ask, you don’t get

The most important weapon in your marketing armoury is knowledge. And the truth is you don’t get knowledge if you don’t ask questions.

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Pictured with the CT scanner at Vets 1 Group are, from left, Amy Ford Msc radiographer, Katharine Power BVetMed PgC GPCert (SAS) MRCVS, Kat Evans, radiographer with BCF Technology and Madie Cridland RVN ' nursing manager.

Crimplesham vets practice celebrates UK silver award

A Crimplesham vets practice which began in a dining room only four-and-a half years ago is celebrating after achieving silver in a prestigious national awards scheme.

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Billy Robinson who is retiring from his Skip Hire business Swift Skip Hire King's Lynn'Billy is with his lorry and his two dogs Belle (right) and Molly (left)

Gaywood skip hire business owner set to retire

After fifty years on the road, Billy Robinson, of Gaywood, has decided now is the time to park up and retire.

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Samuel Buckley.

Downham Market man joins the Royal Navy ranks

A man from Downham has joined the Royal Navy ranks after completing basic training.

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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 Council leads on business needs survey in Hunstanton

Businesses in Hunstanton are being urged to complete a business needs survey as part of a government-backed initiative.

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Election  at Lynnsport King's Lynn'Elizabeth Truss

‘Deliver what you promised’, West Norfolk MP warns rail chiefs

A West Norfolk MP has demanded rail bosses honour their pledge to expand capacity on the borough’s rail line as scheduled.

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Simon Hunt at his new office in Lynn's Norfolk Street.

King’s Lynn tax specialists sees ‘surge’ in inquiries from small businesses

Small business specialists TaxAssist Accountants based in Lynn’s Norfolk Street, has seen a significant increase in requests for professional help.

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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

Bus use in Norfolk has fallen by almost 10 per cent over the last four years, new figures have revealed.

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Specsavers are running weekly audiology clinics in Hunstanton.

Specsavers launch audiology clinics in Hunstanton

Specsavers, which has stores in Lynn’s Norfolk Street and in Sainsbury’s at Hardwick, has promoted its weekly audiology clinics in Hunstanton by taking along its mascot Big Ear to town.

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Norfolk County Hall.

Norfolk County Council tax rise approved at budget meeting

Councillors have approved a budget which they say sees increased investment in social care services in the county and also includes a rise in council tax.

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Bet that was a good night out in Middleton

Rotarians, partners and friends thoroughly enjoyed a Casino Night at Middleton Golf Club earlier this month, organised by the Rotary Club of King’s Lynn.

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

The petition calling on a reversal of a decision to close a respite home in Lynn has now reached more than 2,750 signatures.

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Vasikaran Pushparajah who has opened Lynn Mini Mart in Loke Road, Lynn.

Grocery store reopens on King’s Lynn’s Loke Road

Just a few weeks after reopening, a Lynn convenience store in Loke Road is already establishing itself in the local community.

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New owner at Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe Norfolk St King's Lynn.  Melissa Crowson-Ross with the American Range of products on sale in the shop.

New role at King’s Lynn sweet shop for Melissa

Running a sweet shop may seem like a dream job for many, but it’s particularly true for Melissa Crowson-Ross who has just taken over Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe in Lynn’s Norfolk Street.

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