Police are seeking information after a man's body was found close to a path in North Lynn today.
Shoppers don't have long to wait now after a major fashion retailer announced the date when its new branch in Lynn will finally open.
A man arrested following an incident during the early hours of yesterday morning has been bailed by police.
Ongoing building work to improve facilities at a Lynn school is exciting pupils and staff alike, according to its headteacher.
The meeting may have been cancelled but the recriminations go on.
Church leaders say they have called off an event with a controversial MP, claiming they cannot hold meetings which would have a 'detrimental effect'.
A senior councillor has defended the move to drop a key objection to a large housing development, saying they were told they were "likely" to lose.
Opponents of a major housing scheme on the edge of Lynn say they feel let down after councillors withdrew a major objection to the proposal.
Workers have been given new hope after a buyer was found for all of the shops shut by the collapse of the travel operator.
A racegoer who fell ill during a meeting at Fakenham says he would not have survived without the help of a charity the venue is now raising funds for.
Organisers of a charity swim in Lynn have revealed they aim to double up on last year's success when the event returns in the new year.
More than 100 students have celebrated their success at a university graduation ceremony in Lynn.
Councillors have been warned that opposing a major housing scheme on transport grounds could leave taxpayers with a £500,000 legal bill.
Firefighters have been called to help a resident trapped in their home as heavy rain brought flooding to parts of West Norfolk.
Fire crews have urged the public not to call 999 unless there is a risk to life until further notice because of the volume of calls they're receiving.
Further village homes will make existing flooding problems even worse, community leaders have warned.
Town council officials have defended their stance against a request made by Ruth Jolley, amid claims of double standards.
Proposals to build new homes and a headquarters for a revived watersports group will be debated next week.
Councillors will consider their case for a public inquiry into a major housing scheme on the edge of Lynn during a closed session next week.
A fundraising team has wheeled tens of thousands of radishes through their village to help raise funds for work to support prostate cancer patients.