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Non-league side King's Lynn have signed Norwich City fans' favourites Grant Holt and Simon Lappin.Read the full story ›
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Police in Norfolk are trying to track down a man who is wanted in King’s Lynn.
Alexander Hewitt, 60, is wanted on recall to prison for breaching the terms of his license.
Hewitt, who is described as white, of slim build, about 5ft 7, with receding hair. Hewitt is also thought to have links in the Boston and Leicester areas.
The family of a former marine killed in a motorbike race last weekend have asked bikers to join his funeral cortege through West Norfolk.Read the full story ›
England women's hockey head coach Danny Kerry suffered a heart attack in South Africa earlier his month, it's been announced.Read the full story ›
A Norfolk wildlife centre has been over-run with injured and orphaned baby owls. So far this year they've cared for 32 owls.Read the full story ›
Organisers of the first event in the Monster Energy Speedway World Cup are expecting a partizan crowd to help give Great Britain the edge.Read the full story ›
A £135m contract to improve facilities at RAF Marham in Norfolk has been awarded by the Ministry of Defence.
The work will deliver a new aircraft hangar capable of housing 12 of the new F-35 jet aircraft and will improve existing facilities, including resurfacing two existing runways and taxiways.
Vertical Landing Pads will also be added to RAF Marham, accommodating the F-35B’s ability to land vertically, a capability previously covered by the Harrier jets.
The major investment in RAF Marham is the last of seven projects worth £250m undertaken to ready the Station for the arrival of the aircraft in 2018.
The contract has been awarded to a joint venture of Galliford Try and Lagan Construction Ltd, creating local jobs at RAF Marham and across East Anglia.
Throughout the F-35 programme, British firms have won major contracts creating thousands of jobs.
The contract to improve the runways and taxiways as well as installing new landing pads will bring local jobs to Marham.
Two people have suffered serious injuries following a crash in West Norfolk.Read the full story ›