Many of the headline acts for Lynn's summer showcase of the arts have been announced today.
A host of events will take place in Swaffham throughout 2022.
Scores of swimmers have taken part in a major fundraiser, raising thousands of pounds which will be shared between several popular good causes.
Police want to hear from anyone who may have seen the incident at the weekend.
Officials claim new arrangements starting next week will make the service greener by reducing the distance bin lorries are expected to cover.
Borough council officials say 'immediate steps' were taken to remove the offensive term after it was reported to them.
More than 1,200 new infections were recorded in the borough during the latest recorded seven-day period, according to new data.
A patients' group says it is now directing residents to three neighbouring counties to access NHS care.
Tributes are being paid to King's Lynn's all-time record goalscorer, whose death was announced last night.
Plans to remove bollards restricting traffic on two parts of Lynn's road network have been dropped amid safety concerns.
A councillor says there is 'renewed determination' to fight the project after a Government intervention this week.
Infections in West Norfolk have jumped by more than two thirds in a week, according to latest figures.
Prices in our area are continuing to climb rapidly as campaigners demand action to reduce the burden on motorists.
But a senior opposition councillor has dismissed the plan as 'election-driven propaganda'.
Thousands of tonnes of sand and shingle are being moved to protect homes and holidaymakers on a popular part of West Norfolk's coast.
Workers are set to lobby MPs today to demand urgent action on pay and wider funding.
Services to and from West Norfolk are set to be affected, although rail bosses say they expect a 'minimal' impact on journeys.
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'.