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Talk of the Town Fund monthly column shares update on Guildhall complex with well-known local actor

Talk of the Town Fund monthly column shares update on Guildhall complex with well-known local actor

Talk of the Town Fund monthly column shares update on Guildhall complex with well-known local actor

Lynn-born Tim FitzHigham of Paddington 2 fame on how £25m Town Deal fund can transform West Norfolk arts.


In his weekly column James Wild MP reveals he was asked if he's seen a unicorn recently

In his weekly column James Wild MP reveals he was asked if he's seen a unicorn recently

In his weekly column James Wild MP reveals he was asked if he's seen a unicorn recently

Snettisham Primary and Heacham Infant pupils ask Member for North West Norfolk about wildlife protection.


Environment Agency and government have duty to keep our rivers clean, says reader

Environment Agency and government have duty to keep our rivers clean, says reader

Environment Agency and government have duty to keep our rivers clean, says reader

Kevin Waddington writes to the Lynn News to suggest public ownership of England's 'overwhelmed' Victorian sewer system, published November 12.


Anglian Water is a terrible pollution offender, says Burnham tourist site boss

Anglian Water is a terrible pollution offender, says Burnham tourist site boss

Anglian Water is a terrible pollution offender, says Burnham tourist site boss

Deepdale Farm's Jason Borthwick reminds MPs they need to represent constituents over pumping of raw sewage into our rivers, published November 9.


Sorry, but the Wild Ken Hill team were right to shelve reintroduction of eagle

Sorry, but the Wild Ken Hill team were right to shelve reintroduction of eagle

Sorry, but the Wild Ken Hill team were right to shelve reintroduction of eagle

Our columnist SARAH JUGGINS argues back at conservationists upset by delaying of white-tailed eagles project in West Norfolk.


Sewage is dirty business, says reader

Sewage is dirty business, says reader

Sewage is dirty business, says reader

Jenny Walker writes to the Lynn News and demands action on river pollution.


James Wild MP writes his weekly column

James Wild MP writes his weekly column

James Wild MP writes his weekly column

Conservative Party member for North West Norfolk discusses the budget's goal to reward people's efforts.


Happy to back boosterism when it comes to jabs!

Happy to back boosterism when it comes to jabs!

Happy to back boosterism when it comes to jabs!

Weekly columnist James Wild, Conservative MP for NW Norfolk, writes his weekly column for the Lynn News.

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James Wild comments on the death of Sir David Amess MP

James Wild comments on the death of Sir David Amess MP

James Wild comments on the death of Sir David Amess MP

James Wild writes his weekly column and comments on the sad death of his colleague and friend.


Killing of Sir David Amess a senseless act from which we must learn

Killing of Sir David Amess a senseless act from which we must learn

Killing of Sir David Amess a senseless act from which we must learn

Columnist Allister Webb calls the death of Sir David Amess a "senseless act from which we must learn"


James Wild at Fairstead Primary

James Wild at Fairstead Primary

James Wild at Fairstead Primary

James Wild MP makes a visit to Fairstead Community Primary and Nursery School.


'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

'Don't blame the media for panic buying'

Our editorial director defends the media after being accused of causing the panic buying of fuel.

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Our monthly COP26 column considers worrying signs ahead of vital climate summit.

Our monthly COP26 column considers worrying signs ahead of vital climate summit.

Our monthly COP26 column considers worrying signs ahead of vital climate summit.

Our contributed column from NatureBoy.


Staffing woes make this ideal time to train new generation

Staffing woes make this ideal time to train new generation

Staffing woes make this ideal time to train new generation

Brexit and the pandemic made a perfect storm for worker recruitment now we must resolve it, explains Peter Lawrence


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