It's business as usual at Sandringham today, though the eyes of the world are likely to be on the West Norfolk estate tomorrow.
Police issued the orders in response to reports of anti-social behaviour in the town centre.
Organisers of a charity swimming event in Lynn are urging people to sign up now while they still can.
A man who was pursued by another customer after he stole hundreds of pounds from a social club has admitted theft.
A two-vehicle crash is causing delays on the A47 on the edge of Lynn this afternoon.
Property believed to be connected to a burglary was found inside the vehicle, police say.
One person is reported to have been injured in the incident, which is causing long queues in the area.
King's Lynn's new MP has thrown his weight behind the fight against plans for a major housing development ahead of a public inquiry next week.
A club which runs a Lynn miniature railway is considering its future after vandals targeted their headquarters this week.
Schools, shops and charity officials are uniting in an effort to help the victims of the devastating fires Down Under.
Multi-million pound plans for a new school in a West Norfolk village have been supported by community leaders, even though many called for changes.
A parish councillor warned future residents could need "a canoe" if development continues.
Police say work to identify the victim is now underway, as lines to and from the borough re-open.
Rail passengers are being warned to expect long delays this afternoon following an incident on the line between Lynn and Ely.
A footbridge in a West Norfolk village has been closed after an inspection revealed structural problems.
A Lynn fast food outlet has resumed trading as council officials say they are satisfied the pest problem that forced it to shut has been resolved.
A public meeting will take place next week on the future of a West Norfolk village's last pub, after plans to turn it into a house were rejected.
A social housing provider says it hopes to start work on its plans to replace post-war housing with nine new homes later this year.
A businessman's bid for retrospective permission to extend his premises has been approved, despite noise concerns.
The chief executive of West Norfolk's largest social housing provider has announced he will step down later this year.