Higher ranked opposition had the edge at the Walks this afternoon.
Lynn crews helped a person out of the water early today.
Superbikes meeting at Brands Hatch marks the end of the RAF’s nine-year association with the team as its title sponsor.
But, despite an apparent near miss during storms this week, the work is unlikely to start until next spring at the earliest.
People eligible for a booster jab are being urged to take it as case rates continue to climb.
Officials have confirmed Lynn's commemorations will go ahead, but attendance will still be restricted.
A consultation is also underway on plans to increase the level of council tax support available.
A well-known stately home and two historic churches have been given vital support today.
Bosses hope the new facility will be open by next spring, if planning permission is granted.
A youth who was detained at an address in South Lynn is currently under investigation, police said today.
A 2.5 per cent pay rise has been approved, despite union officials calling for more than three times that amount.
'Why wouldn't we support this', councillors were asked.
Witnesses are urged to come forward following the incident at the weekend.
Higher than normal tides are expected along West Norfolk's coast tomorrow morning, officials say.
Current civic leaders have paid tribute to their town hall colleague.
Disruption is likely to continue until at least lunchtime, bosses have warned.
Drivers are being urged to take care on key routes in West Norfolk this morning.
More than two years after similar plans were rejected, developers are trying again.
A West Norfolk MP has held talks with her Cabinet counterpart to press the case for replacing the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A six-week public consultation on rail industry bosses' proposals to expand capacity on West Norfolk's rail link is now open.