The grim figures emerged as secondary school pupils were urged to get tested before returning to lessons after half-term.
Political leaders here have been giving their verdict on the Budget measures announced today.
A senior figure at a Lynn accountancy firm believes a business rate discount, plus the scrapping of alcohol duty rises, is a big win for venues.
Community leaders say they have a duty to support residents against a second attempt to build a phone mast in a village part near Lynn.
A police investigation into the raid early yesterday morning is continuing.
Five patients have now died with the virus so far this month.
Firefighters from two counties spent much of the night at the scene of the blaze.
Emergency crews were called to the incident in the early hours.
Plans are due to be examined in the coming weeks, say officials, but there are fears work won't be done quickly enough.
Nearby residents are being urged to keep doors and windows closed.
Several watches and a display box were stolen in the incident, officers say.
Higher ranked opposition had the edge at the Walks this afternoon.
Lynn crews helped a person out of the water early today.
Superbikes meeting at Brands Hatch marks the end of the RAF’s nine-year association with the team as its title sponsor.
But, despite an apparent near miss during storms this week, the work is unlikely to start until next spring at the earliest.
People eligible for a booster jab are being urged to take it as case rates continue to climb.
Officials have confirmed Lynn's commemorations will go ahead, but attendance will still be restricted.
A consultation is also underway on plans to increase the level of council tax support available.
A well-known stately home and two historic churches have been given vital support today.
Bosses hope the new facility will be open by next spring, if planning permission is granted.