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Shoppers carefully picked their way through warring parties as punches were thrown one afternoon in town.
A round-up of cases dealt with by the West Norfolk bench.
Raising funds for a good cause was all part of the fun as Red Nose Day came around again.
A woman was caught drink-driving during an evening out with friends after a call about an unwell child.
A resident inside the property was told to "watch this" before the video doorbell system was wrecked, magistrates heard.
A man stole items from the same Lynn store eight times in 12 days, magistrates heard.
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Here is a round-up of cases heard by the West Norfolk bench.
Top freestyle footballer visits Hillcrest Primary at Downham.
Freebridge says 'sorry, no' to a communal trampoline provided by a local resident.
Scores of swimmers have taken part in a major fundraiser, raising thousands of pounds which will be shared between several popular good causes.
A dispute in a takeaway during a night out led to a court appearance for a West Norfolk man.
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.
A night of celebration turned sour following an incident at a town centre pub, magistrates heard.
A man was caught by police while they were carrying out a drug supply monitoring operation, magistrates heard.
An open day invited members of the public to find out the benefits of being part of the Sea Cadets.
The deadline is the end of this month to get applications in to become someone to 'wax lyrical' for a living.
Tim Clayton and his wife Sue are retiring after 47 years in the business.
A row broke out after another person was refused entry to the premises, magistrates heard.