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Queen presents gold medal to former King's Lynn student in recognition of his achievements

Queen presents gold medal to former King's Lynn student in recognition of his achievements

Queen presents gold medal to former King's Lynn student in recognition of his achievements

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.


Man wanted in Suffolk arrested at King's Lynn hotel

Man wanted in Suffolk arrested at King's Lynn hotel

Man wanted in Suffolk arrested at King's Lynn hotel

A 35-year-old man who was wanted by police in Suffolk has been arrested in Lynn.


Racist language used by man in Fakenham as he threatened to kill neighbour

Racist language used by man in Fakenham as he threatened to kill neighbour

Racist language used by man in Fakenham as he threatened to kill neighbour

Magistrates fine defendant over drunken late-night incident.


Pupils bring Plough Monday tradition back to life in West Norfolk village

Pupils bring Plough Monday tradition back to life in West Norfolk village

Pupils bring Plough Monday tradition back to life in West Norfolk village

An historic village tradition was brought back to life in Tilney All Saints this week as schoolchildren celebrated Plough Monday.


King's Lynn cat owner issues appeal to help find missing pet

King's Lynn cat owner issues appeal to help find missing pet

King's Lynn cat owner issues appeal to help find missing pet

The owner of a cat missing from Lynn has said she is "heartbroken" and is asking people to keep an eye out for him.


Drink-driver from Gaywood tried to put his bankcard into wall

Drink-driver from Gaywood tried to put his bankcard into wall

Drink-driver from Gaywood tried to put his bankcard into wall

Member of public followed defendant, court is told.


Empty units in West Norfolk costing taxpayers £1m per year

Empty units in West Norfolk costing taxpayers £1m per year

Empty units in West Norfolk costing taxpayers £1m per year

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.


'You do not like to show weakness', 37-year-old man on being homeless in King's Lynn

'You do not like to show weakness', 37-year-old man on being homeless in King's Lynn

'You do not like to show weakness', 37-year-old man on being homeless in King's Lynn

Being homeless has come as a shock for a 37-year-old after recently being evicted from a property in Lynn.


New awards to be held in Downham Market this year recognising town's heroes

New awards to be held in Downham Market this year recognising town's heroes

New awards to be held in Downham Market this year recognising town's heroes

Unsung heroes in the Downham area will be recognised this year at a new awards ceremony in the town.


Self-assessment tax returns need to be completed online by January 31 – or face a fine

Self-assessment tax returns need to be completed online by January 31 – or face a fine

Self-assessment tax returns need to be completed online by January 31 – or face a fine

It's a Dad's Life column, by Neil Gayton of Stephenson Smart


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