Supply chain pressures and law changes are being blamed for the delay, but officials insist the scheme will not be scrapped.
Nearly 500 patients have now died with the virus at the hospital since the start of the pandemic.
A woman was taken to hospital following an incident which saw emergency crews were called to the riverside yesterday afternoon.
Plans for a significant expansion of social housing provision in West Norfolk have been announced.
Traffic is tailing back for several miles.
A motion urging county councillors to join the fight against a controversial incinerator scheme is due to be debated next week.
Lynn and Hunstanton's MP has been appointed as a key aide to the new Conservative Party chairman.
Organisers are hoping to raise £20,000 for Cancer Research UK as one of West Norfolk's biggest annual fundraising events bounced back after Covid.
The incident was among several attended by emergency crews as more torrential rain swept across our area.
Emergency crews were called to deal with an incident at a Lynn industrial estate late last night.
A consultation exercise is ongoing and county leaders say they need your help to show national transport chiefs how important the road is.
New questions have been raised about a contentious village scheme, though community leaders claim critics are simply seeking to delay it.
Work to deliver third vaccinations is set to begin next week.
Plans for a large incinerator close to the West Norfolk boundary has caused political divisions.
A total of 496 Covid-related deaths have now been recorded at the hospital during the pandemic – including nine so far this month.
Activists have held talks with several MPs in Westminster as the campaign to rebuild the Queen Elizabeth Hospital intensifies.
Runners from the south coast and even Northern Ireland were among those taking part in the 10th anniversary of a weekly event.
Several communities have faced disruption following torrential downpours throughout much of today.
A tipple with a cause is set to be launched as industry leaders encourage us all to "go out to help out" our favourite venues.
A commemoration service has taken place in Lynn marking 81 years since the fight to control the skies and repel the threat of invasion.