Police have said a man has been arrested for "causing damage to an ambulance and car" at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital today.
Hundreds of businesses in West Norfolk are being supported by Government grants in response to the coronavirus.
West Norfolk's civic head has praised the "monumental community effort" being made to fight coronavirus.
Long-standing footwear retailer Clarks has confirmed a number of its stores have permanently ceased trading and will not reopen.
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Building work on a new primary school in North Lynn has been suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Some businesses in West Norfolk say their trade has more than halved during the pandemic.
NHS workers will also be able to get priority access to its stores by moving to the front of any external queue when waiting to enter.
Total who have died at QEH is now 18
Officers would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the caravan or any suspicious activity.
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Pupils will be able to access daily English and maths lessons through their televisions under plans announced by the BBC.
The nation is gearing up to turn blue again for the second Clap for our Carers event.
A supermarket chain has announced it is lifting temporary restrictions on many of its products as stock availability has now improved.
As we get to grips with doing our jobs remotely, the potential for trouble is never far away.
More of the latest cases heard by the West Norfolk bench.
In the first of a three-part series, King's Lynn Stars' Thomas Jorgensen discusses the impact of the coronavirus crisis on him and his sport.
Man is fined for thefts of cash from landlord and landlady's bedroom.
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The club's chairman says the move is necessary to ensure it can play again once the coronavirus crisis is over.
Well-known striker picks out his most memorable goals.
A West Norfolk event, which traditionally attracts many big names from the world of equestrian, has been called off.
Final league positions have now been announced after the season was ended early by the coronavirus outbreak.
The continuing suspension of jump racing has cut short the season, but officials are optimistic they will come through the crisis.
Discussions are continuing over how best to end the season, league officials say
Bad news for fans of Madness, Noel Gallagher and Rag 'n' Bone Man.
This list of cancellations in the area will be regularly updated as we receive them.
Teenagers from West Norfolk are set to appear on BBC One as part of a show focusing on how people get into the music industry.
Both Lynn and Hunstanton had been chosen to represent the Anglia region in the finals.
Despite organisers remaining defiant that a town's VE Day celebrations could go ahead last week, a national announcement put paid to those hopes.
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The Conservative MP writes about the coronavirus situation.
The Washed Up column looks at why social media has had its plus points recently as well as other general rays of light during the pandemic.
Would you like one of these two homes now for sale at the historic former Tudor Rose hotel.
The Bar Man columnist writes about archival resources for discovering the history of pubs.