A new library, out of town transport links and the long-sought redevelopment of a historic arts complex are among the schemes being promoted.
There were some good results for Swaffham's RAF Regular and Reserve Kawasaki team at the weekend and they could get better still this week.
Queues of at least two miles have been reported.
Officials say the items were treated like any other form of graffiti before the identity of their creator was known.
Police are investigating the incident, and say they want to talk to two people who reportedly helped the victim after she was assaulted.
An operation to clamp down on unlicensed angling in our area is already proving effective, officials claim.
Residents in Lynn and Downham have been putting their views directly to the man who oversees the county's police service.
Work to re-open a West Norfolk village pub after a lengthy campaign to secure its future has been boosted by a team of electricity staff.
Lack of parking and open space were among the concerns raised on proposals which a senior councillor says need 'huge revision'.
Members of the public are being given the chance to help a scheme intended to bring former school arts and sport facilities into public use.
A public meeting has been called to consider how the unique anniversary might be marked next summer.
Campaigners say they fear Norfolk's waste could be sent to an incinerator half a mile from the county border if it gets the go-ahead.
There was joy all round for students at the Nicholas Hamond Academy today.
A school headteacher has paid tribute to the dedication of students collecting their results today.
Students have shared the delight of their grades with friends, family and staff today.
Many students have collected a string of top grades in their results this morning.
Thousands of teenagers now have their grades, click here to see the report for your school.
Work on major renovations at a popular West Norfolk landmark is nearing completion, for both human and animal visitors.
A teenage artist is leading a community project which he hopes will have an enduring message for residents.
County transport chiefs say the lower limits on two sections of a busy West Norfolk road are necessary to improve safety.