A West Norfolk parish clerk has received a British Empire Medal (BEM) for serving her community for more than half a century.
New civic leader 'honoured' to accept role
Churches boosted by spring fundraiser
A member of a Rotary club in Lynn is set to take on a charity road trip around the country next week.
Two brothers from Great Massingham are taking on a 46-mile walking challenge to raise money for their school playground.
Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak to following a theft in Fakenham.
The official opening of Downham's new fire station took place on Wednesday.
Families in West Norfolk are struggling to access local dental care for their children, with 15 per cent of youngsters having never been to a dentist.
Three couples from West Norfolk are sharing their special day with the royal couple.
Can you give Boomer a home?
South Wootton kart racer's career in pole position
Stars skipper Lambert leads by example
Denver beat AFC Lynn in cup final
Move 'not a response to trouble at other tracks', officials say
The 'voice of cricket', Henry Blofeld, is coming to Hunstanton's Princess Theatre this weekend.
A popular West Norfolk event which had faced an uncertain future attracted thousands of visitors as the sun shone over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The temperature may have dropped a few degrees since Sunday, but for many, the Grand East Anglia Run in Lynn is still at the forefront of their minds.
The sun was beating down on the Elgoods Stadium, Wisbech, and the stage was set.
Boat race to be centrepiece of weekend celebrations
The Darkness set to bring down the curtain on free music spectacular
A former headteacher has published his fifth book on the history of secondary schools in Lynn.
Series shortlisted for public vote
The Hunstanton & District Festival of Arts has unveiled its summer programme for 2018.
Freebridge Community Housing is handing over keys to their four new homes on the site of the former Rampant Horse public house in Gayton next month.
Team who chained themselves together to make a “Daisy chain” in Sunday’s Grand East Anglia Run raise £8,220 for a seven-year-old with cerebral palsy.
Thailand is already a firm favourite among winter sun seekers, but don’t be put off by the crowded shores, there are still some hidden gems.
Learn to jive 1950s style at Footloose Rocks workshops in Lynn.