A second West Norfolk church has been lit up in thanks to key workers, and the firm behind it wants your ideas for where to go next.
A company says it can create dozens of new jobs if its plans go ahead, but safety concerns for one of West Norfolk's busiest roads may stop them.
Hospital bosses have revealed the latest cases include that of a man in his 50s.
Another of Lynn's most prominent landmarks has been lit up in tribute to NHS workers battling the coronavirus.
Police, council and health chiefs have joined forces to make a fresh appeal ahead of the long weekend.
Current arrangements for many county council workers will stay in place for several more months.
With more fine weather forecast this weekend, would-be day trippers are being urged to rethink their plans.
Two more deaths have been confirmed this afternoon as public health data suggests the rate of covid infections in West Norfolk is still rising.
Plans for two of the world's biggest food and drink companies to set up outlets on the edge of Downham could get the green light early next month.
Plans for a new holiday accommodation development in the heart of West Norfolk will be discussed at a virtual parish council meeting later today.
Officials say they are supporting schools in their efforts to re-open for certain year groups next month and have asked parents for patience.
A fisherman picked up a group who were caught out by the tide at a popular coastal spot today.
Police have renewed their plea for the public to follow public health guidance as the temperatures rise.
Doctors at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital are pioneering new technology which they hope will soon be rolled out across the NHS.
Bosses say several roles would be created under the plan, which they claim will help to meet the need for extra tourist accommodation along our coast.
Smaller classes and staggered arrival times are among the proposals, as officials insist safety is critical.
Police believe the items were stolen from across three counties and are now appealing for help to trace the owners.
Seventeen deaths have so far been registered in care homes with Covid-19 as the cause, the figures reveal.
Unemployment benefit claims rose to levels not seen since the 1990s during the first few weeks of the coronavirus crisis, new figures show.
People who are planning to come to the seaside need to take extra care to ensure their decisions don't put others in danger, officials have warned.