Police are warning residents to be on their guard after reports of people claiming to be selling fish from a van targeting homes in three villages.
Proposals which would have seen the restaurant area of a popular fish and chip shop turned into flats have been turned down.
Plans for a new school in the heart of a West Norfolk village have been outlined, more than four years after initial proposals were outlined.
A charity hosted dozens of elderly residents at a long-running Christmas lunch in a town community.
A man and woman who stole a tracksuit and two right-footed trainers were chased by a member of staff before being caught by police.
The body set up to look at future use of the Construction Industry Training Board's base hasn't met since February and won't for another two months.
Officials are urging people who have been ill in recent days to stay away from the hospital.
At least one person is thought to have been seriously hurt in a crash on the A47 this afternoon.
Council officials say new vehicles will reduce emissions associated with bin collections and are the only practical option for the work.
Opposition parties have condemned the Conservatives, who claim they didn't know about the past record of a former England footballer's brother.
A planning application for the major expansion of a disability charity's West Norfolk hotel has been submitted.
A businessman barred from every racecourse in Britain following disorder at in Fakenham has accused the authorities of making him a 'scapegoat'.
The festive season is well under way after Lynn's Christmas lights were switched on last night.
Community and business leaders in Lynn want to hear your ideas in a new consultation, which opens today.
West Norfolk Council made more money from parking last year than ever before, according to government figures.
Bosses of a Lynn charity which has risen to national prominence wants you to keep your head warm to help them continue their vital work.
A village playgroup says its work can expand if permission for a new hall gets the go-ahead, even though sports officials are against it.
One of the government's most senior ministers has been in West Norfolk this afternoon with a promise of improved services if his party is re-elected.
Land Rover enthusiasts from across the country have taken part in a fundraising effort led by Norfolk Fire Service personnel.
Four campaigners are refusing food in what they say is a "last resort" move to force action on climate change.