The umbrellas were up inside a West Norfolk parish church at the weekend, though it wasn’t necessarily because of the weather.
The authority is one of 18 in East Anglia to be awarded government funding
Make-up students from the College of West Anglia have hosted a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to support two charities.
A handful of votes make the difference in recounts, as council leader blames Brexit for Tory losses
Alistair Beales wished his opponent well as he bowed out after 12 years on the borough council
The new council chamber will look very different after the elections
The group will form the main opposition in the new council
Environmental campaigners have called for political leaders to act now against what they warn is “an unprecedented global emergency” on climate change
Students at a Lynn school were given a hard-hitting lesson in road safety this week.
The balance of power is on a knife-edge after significant Conservative losses
Party officials have defended the picture, insisting it was not meant to be seen as the group endorsing their candidates
Public health bosses have defended the cost, insisting their success rate is well above average
District and parish council seats are up for grabs today
A combined Mind group will serve the whole of Norfolk and Waveney from July
Police are investigating the latest wrecking spree at the site
More than 40 weapons were recovered, officers say
Rotarians in Downham have boosted the bid to send a town woman to the United States for potentially lifesaving treatment
Police chiefs say the area is still one of the safest to live in, despite the increase
The comments follow talks with the site's owners and campaigners who are aiming to preserve it
This week’s featured animal in need of a new home is Max