Campaigners claim the new status given to the St George’s Guildhall gives it vital additional protection against potential closure
A West Norfolk-based charity has been awarded more than £200,000 of funding for a new scheme providing support for sex workers in the county
One of West Norfolk’s representatives in Europe has predicted Brexit will be delayed amid the continuing deadlock in negotiations
Michael de Whalley, of the West Norfolk Green Party, said that, while he understood the message of the protest, he did not approve of the method.
Hundreds gather for the opening of the historic event
Prosecutors say it would not be in the public interest
Thousands of pounds were raised for good causes during a new charity swimming day
Police say they are 'increasingly concerned' for his welfare
A specialist tool was stolen in the incident, say police
Concerns had been raised about the potential impact of a third successive meeting being cancelled
Members of the Swaffham Lions Club collected funds for the Guide Dogs charity during a fundraising effort at the town’s Tesco store.
Critics fear the scheme could be rolled out more widely because of continuing pressure on police budgets caused by a lack of government funding.
Mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman has accused the developers behind the project in Necton of not properly consulting the community over its proposals.
Protestors have occupied the council chamber for more than three hours
The decision comes just over three weeks after he was involved in a serious crash on the A149
People who live and work in the town are being asked to help shape a new long-term vision which officials hope will enable the town to thrive
Pro-EU campaigners and Brexit supporters will make their cases at the event
British racing is currently suspended because of the outbreak
Campaigners bidding to preserve St George’s Guildhall say they have had overwhelming support since launching their vision for the site last month.
Work to enable longer trains to run to and from West Norfolk could finally start this autumn, if ministers stump up the money for it, one MP says.