A special website, which aims to showcase everything that is happening to mark the Queen's 70 year reign, will go live next week.
Retailers are being warned to be vigilant over the use of £50 notes which are suspected of being counterfeit.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen the crash early yesterday morning to come forward.
Police are appealing for witnesses after raiders forced their way into a West Norfolk home on Friday night.
Police say the road is now open, though officers are still at the scene.
New NHS figures, released today, show the deaths occurred over just eight days last month.
Talks are now set to take place between council officials and the discount retailer over a package of measures to support the town centre.
Drivers are being urged to find an alternative route following a collision earlier this morning.
The Linnets maintain their recent good run of results, despite falling behind to the division's bottom club.
Developers bidding to overturn a council decision to block a proposed solar farm on West Norfolk's border have set out their case.
Health chiefs are urging the public to keep taking precautions, with around 300 people in the region's hospitals with Covid.
A new arrangement for train services in West Norfolk, which could continue until 2028, begins today.
The first phase of a long-awaited series of improvements to one of the region's most important road links has finally been completed.
Police say seven vehicles were involved in three separate incidents this morning.
Drivers are being warned to expect delays on several major routes in our area later today.
Witnesses are being sought following two incidents in recent days.
Delays are being reported on a key part of West Norfolk's road network following a crash earlier this morning.
Community leaders claim new plans bare 'no resemblance' to previous proposals, but developers insist they are offering a 'desirable place to live'.
Would-be candidates have a week to stand for election to a troubled authority.
An opposition councillor claimed warnings of increased costs would be "a price worth paying" because of the war in Ukraine.