Two Street Rangers, whose aim is to help, inform and protect were unveiled to the public this week in Lynn town centre
An inaugural music festival will be held in Downham this year, bringing a weekend of live entertainment to the town.
A Downham restaurant has marked its 22nd anniversary with a fundraising party held in the town hall at the weekend.
A police day of action has been held in King's Lynn today targeting criminals offences on the roads
Patients from across West Norfolk are being urged to help the NHS to help them by using healthcare services wisely over the weekend.
After an elderly driver crashed into a King's Lynn car wash wall yesterday afternoon, workmen have repaired the damage this morning
Police are conducting high-visibility patrols in the area around West Acre today, following an attempted robbery yesterday.
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The Norfolk BrOARds team will set out from Lynn tomorrow
Diversions are expected to be in place for the rest of the day
A huge weekend of short oval motorsport takes place at Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena over Easter with two big meetings taking centre stage.
Although the letter B was predominant in terms of racing on the roads for Ryston this weekend, there was nothing B grade about their performances.
Ryston juniors, who represented Norfolk at the National Sportshall Championships, competed in their first outdoor track and field event of the season
Competitors from Lynn Gymnastics Club have excelled at the 2019 tumbling and acrobatic qualifying competition for the British NDP finals.
The Division One title race in the Lynn Table Tennis League is going down to the final week of the campaign with a point separating the top two sides.
Children across West Norfolk will be able to watch King's Lynn Ladies play in their first-ever cup final for free thanks to a tie-up with McDonald's.
The Poultec Stars picked up their first home win of the season thanks to paid maximum top scorer Thomas Jorgensen.
Jon Harris, the well-known Cambridge artist and academic, has been commissioned to produce a new colour sketch of St George’s Guildhall.
The event marked the start of a second annual series of markets in the building
Workmen deliver Henry Moore piece ahead of great exhibition
The sun is starting to shine again and Lynn’s Alive Corn Exchange is also warming up with some fabulous shows over this new season
Sarah Juggins asks: "Why do we need a day dedicated to half the population?"
Energetic employees at Lynn pen manufacturer Berol are pictured in April 1989 setting off on a 22-mile charity cycle ride
This week’s featured pet in need of a new home is Reggie
Our mission was to hand over the award for the West Norfolk CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year
The clock was turned back at South Wootton Junior School in April, 1989, when pupils had the chance to sample life in Victorian times