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With 12 councillors being elected without a vote being cast, Fenland tops the list of the Electoral Reform Society’s ‘rotten boroughs’.

Police in the Fens had a busy time when they joined customs officers for vehicle checks.

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The RSPCA has launched an appeal after more than 100 chicks were dumped by the side of the road within a three-week period.

The story of the creation and growth of Gault Wood Nature Reserve was the topic of discussion at the latest March Society meeting.

Here’s why you should enter the commercial business in the community award category in the 2019 Fenland Enterprise Business Awards, according to the team at Metalcraft, who took home the title last year.

It took five days before police began a murder inquiry into the death of a woman in Wisbech, a Channel 4 documentary has revealed.

A 51-year-old man who admitted to sending threatening communications to a number of MPs – including South Cambridgeshire’s Heidi Allen – has today been jailed.

A Cambridgeshire man is taking on sponsored dares in a bid to raise as much cash as he can for the family who lost their home in the Church Street fire.

Council bosses have accepted “on the balance of probability” that a village home has been lived in for longer than 10 years and so planning consent is no longer an issue.

Wisbech News

07:56

Police in the Fens had a busy time when they joined customs officers for vehicle checks.

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The RSPCA has launched an appeal after more than 100 chicks were dumped by the side of the road within a three-week period.

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Technology which has led police to almost 1,000 arrests will soon be watching over Great Yarmouth.

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Great Yarmouth

Roads in and around the centre of King’s Lynn will be closed for a popular 10k run.

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King's Lynn

It took five days before police began a murder inquiry into the death of a woman in Wisbech, a Channel 4 documentary has revealed.

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Photo Galleries

Tue, 07:00

The prime minister has been mocked as part of a series of Brexit inspired film posters pasted to walls in the borough.

The prime minister has been mocked as part of a series of Brexit inspired film posters pasted to a wall.

West Norfolk News

10:08

A New Zealander who lives in west Norfolk has described her shock and disbelief as the killing of 50 Muslim worshippers unfolded just yards away from her.

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Tim Baldwin’s final trip while he explores west Norfolk is to walk part of the Fen Rivers Way, whichruns for nearly 50 miles between King’s Lynn and Cambridge.

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King's Lynn

Technology which has led police to almost 1,000 arrests will soon be watching over Great Yarmouth.

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Great Yarmouth

Two caravans full of cannabis plants have been discovered by police in West Norfolk.

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There are many beautiful rural areas in Norfolk which can be explored on foot or by bike. Tim Baldwin sets off to discover some using the new walk west Norfolk app.

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West Norfolk

King's Lynn News

07:56

Police in the Fens had a busy time when they joined customs officers for vehicle checks.

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More than 80 new nurses will join the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, following a successful international recruitment campaign.

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Wisbech & District Camera Club came first in a competition against four other clubs.

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If you’re stuck for things to do this Easter, maybe you should consider heading to Sandringham for the annual Craft and Wood Festival to see 15 of the world’s best chainsaw carvers.

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Four midwives are hanging up their uniforms after delivering thousands of babies and giving a combined total of 140 years to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.

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Agriculture

Monday, March 25, 2019

“He was the greatest carrot grower the UK has ever known,” was one of many hundreds of fulsome tributes to Clem Tompsett, whose death was announced at the weekend.

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