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The company behind Norfolk's controversial incinerator said funding was still in place, despite the withdrawal of one of its bankers.
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Among those taking part were Arlene Clark, executive director for curriculum and learning, Stephen Jones, executive director finance and resources, and Andrew Gedge, head of faculty sport, public and caring services and publicservices.
The young performers from the College of West Anglia's King's Lynn campus are staging their version of the Little Shop of Horrors next week.
DUNCAN WALLACE Duncan Wallace, centre front, with his retirement gift, and surrounded by fellow parish councillors.
Bones, believed to be from the body of a child which has been buried for hundreds of years, have been uncovered during gas main works in Lynn today, Friday, March 14. The discovery is believed to have been made this afternoon on the third day of a five-week project to replace the pipes in the Saturday Market Place.
County council chiefs have accused the government of being "wholly unreasonable" in delaying a decision on the Lynn incinerator project.
Parents wanting help with potty training their little ones can gain some invaluable free advice on Saturday of next week as the Huggies Pull-Ups roadshow comes to Lynn.
T J Morris may be taking over the empty supermarket site in St Nicholas Retail Park after submitting a planning application to West Norfolk Council.
Meet the one-man cleaning up crew who remains determined to do his bit for his community despite his own health problems.
Norfolk's chief constable has warned that either plans to merge police control centres with Suffolk go ahead - or the county's frontline might have to reduce by up to 40 police officer posts or 70 PCSO posts.
Primary schools in West Norfolk are being offered 150 free places in the Bespak mini GEAR Fun run to encourage a healthy lifestyle.
Workers at Freebridge Community Housing organised events and activities throughout 2013 to support the East Anglian Air Ambulance, West Norfolk Mind and The Alzheimer's Society.
Secret flights over the former Soviet Union which were launched from a West Norfolk air base have been examined in a new book.
There is the promise of another fascinating evening at Lynn Town Guides annual Diana Bullock Memorial Lecture in the setting of Lynn Town Hall on March 26. The subject this year,a 1 King's Lynn at War: From Zeppelins to Conkers, a 1is bound to attract a lot of interest and a full house for the evening, which starts at 7.30pm, is expected.
The cash will enable SOS Project Safe Haven to continue to deliver a range of services with funds secured being spent on a new purpose-built SOS trailer unit.
Princes Trust team have been painting at Genesis Housing a hostel for homeless in Hunstanton.