Infections in West Norfolk have climbed by nearly 50 per cent in the last week, according to new figures.
Emergency crews from Lynn and Swaffham tackled a blaze early this morning.
Opponents claimed the extension of a care home for people with Downs Syndrome would be 'overshadowing and intrusive'.
County transport chiefs will be consulted on amended proposals.
New cases have risen by more than a quarter in the latest weekly figures.
Councillors unanimously approved plans to move a popular butcher's shop to a new site today.
Council officials have today been told they can't formally grant permission until a Government department decides what it wants to do with the scheme.
There were long queues on surrounding routes as emergency teams rushed to the scene earlier.
Optimism without complacency was the message from council chiefs as the best of West Norfolk business was celebrated last night.
The Lynn News and its partners are offering three Réserve and Selection bottles which have a combined value of £80.
Council leaders say the nightly show of support on public buildings will continue until further notice.
Leading authors and academics have visited a West Norfolk secondary school as part of a new literature programme.
Residents, clubs and sports organisations are being invited to have their say in a new project over the coming months.
Councillors are due to make a decision on the scheme next week.
Questions over the role of consultants and the impact of a major road project have been explored by councillors.
Plans to move a West Norfolk village business to a new home after more than 60 years of trade will go before councillors next week.
Two first half goals proved decisive for the Linnets tonight.
Dozens of youngsters took part as a popular tradition was revived today.
But new figures suggest a sharp fall in both infections and hospitalisations across West Norfolk.
Legal questions were raised as councillors gave their backing to the development of homes where a barn currently stands.