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Swimarathon winners given medals

Swimarathon winners given medals

A night of congratulation was held at North Wootton as those who swam the furthest and those who are benefitting from the funds raised came together.


West Norfolk county councillor's blast at County Hall democracy

West Norfolk county councillor's blast at County Hall democracy

A letter in Viewpoint today from Alexandra Kemp has strong words for how Norfolk is run.


Scooter Boys deliver Easter eggs to hospital

Scooter Boys deliver Easter eggs to hospital

Some early seasonal cheer was the target of scooterists who took to the road on Sunday.


Drink-driver who caused crash was uninsured

Drink-driver who caused crash was uninsured

Magistrates have banned a motorist for 20 months after hearing about an accident earlier this month.


Driver had drug on him after crash, court hears

Driver had drug on him after crash, court hears

Police soon picked up a motorist who had an accident in a village and walked away from the scene.


Who's been before the King's Lynn court?

Who's been before the King's Lynn court?

Here are more cases which have been dealt with by magistrates on the West Norfolk bench.


A reader from Stow Bridge sends a letter on the A10 Setch speed camera

A reader from Stow Bridge sends a letter on the A10 Setch speed camera

He says there is no reason for a camera onsite. Viewpoint welcomes letters from readers to: letters@lynnnews.co.uk

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It was alcohol v drug addicts in High Street fracas, court told

It was alcohol v drug addicts in High Street fracas, court told

Shoppers carefully picked their way through warring parties as punches were thrown one afternoon in town.


Who's been in court in King's Lynn?

Who's been in court in King's Lynn?

A round-up of cases dealt with by the West Norfolk bench.


Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

Raising funds for a good cause was all part of the fun as Red Nose Day came around again.


Drink-driver caught 'within yards of home after ill child call', King's Lynn court told

Drink-driver caught 'within yards of home after ill child call', King's Lynn court told

A woman was caught drink-driving during an evening out with friends after a call about an unwell child.


Wheelchair user admits smashing neighbour's doorbell with bayonet

Wheelchair user admits smashing neighbour's doorbell with bayonet

A resident inside the property was told to "watch this" before the video doorbell system was wrecked, magistrates heard.


Man admits 12-day 'shoplifting spree' at King's Lynn store

Man admits 12-day 'shoplifting spree' at King's Lynn store

A man stole items from the same Lynn store eight times in 12 days, magistrates heard.


Methwold borough councillor writes a letter on the Town Deal Board

Methwold borough councillor writes a letter on the Town Deal Board

Viewpoint welcomes letters from readers to letters@lynnnews.co.uk


Who's been in court in King's Lynn?

Who's been in court in King's Lynn?

Here is a round-up of cases heard by the West Norfolk bench.


Video: Primary children wowed by football freestyler's skills

Video: Primary children wowed by football freestyler's skills

Top freestyle footballer visits Hillcrest Primary at Downham.


Resident in trampoline dispute

Resident in trampoline dispute

Freebridge says 'sorry, no' to a communal trampoline provided by a local resident.


Fundraising splash as King's Lynn Rotarians bring back charity event

Fundraising splash as King's Lynn Rotarians bring back charity event

Scores of swimmers have taken part in a major fundraiser, raising thousands of pounds which will be shared between several popular good causes.


Hefty fine for 'deplorable words' used during King's Lynn takeaway row

Hefty fine for 'deplorable words' used during King's Lynn takeaway row

A dispute in a takeaway during a night out led to a court appearance for a West Norfolk man.


How businesses can avoid a costly employment tribunal by planning ahead

How businesses can avoid a costly employment tribunal by planning ahead

Employment tribunal claims increased by 26pc last year, partly due to a Supreme Court ruling that means there is no cost to making a claim.


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