Police have confirmed a man who was reported missing earlier this week has been found.
Union leaders have called for urgent talks amid fears moves to sell a West Norfolk-based training operation could see its work leave the borough.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglar raided a house in Lynn as the occupant slept inside.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a motorist was reportedly attacked during a disturbance on Saturday night.
If you can help the vital work of a Lynn-based charity, they want to hear from you.
Police say they are concerned for the safety of a 35-year-old man who was last seen earlier today.
The idea is back on the agenda after two new MPs indicated they were in favour, but not everyone is happy at the suggestion.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man in connection with a reported theft from a Lynn town centre shop.
Building work is set to start this summer after long-awaited plans for a new school and nursery were approved.
A key construction industry training operation in West Norfolk is set to be sold to West Suffolk College.
A public consultation has been launched today on proposals to cut the speed limit on two sections of a busy West Norfolk road.
A project intended to make a notorious stretch of the A47 in West Norfolk safer is due to get underway next week.
New research has revealed how a West Norfolk stately home was a base of support for the campaign to crown the legendary Bonnie Prince Charlie as King.
Organisers of the campaign to showcase the borough say the third Love West Norfolk Day was the biggest yet.
Community leaders are appealing for the public's help ahead of this year's Anglia In Bloom competition.
County transport officers have indicated the proposals are acceptable, despite road safety warnings from residents.
A final call for volunteers is being made this week to help plant 500 trees in new woodland being created in Lynn on Saturday.
Weather warnings remain in place for high winds today as Storm Dennis blows through our area.
Drivers are being urged to take care if they're heading out this evening as Storm Dennis takes its toll on the area.
Schoolchildren in Downham shouldn’t be stuck for words anymore, thanks to the support of two town groups.