Fakenham’s fifth league fixture saw them travel to league leaders Colchester 2nd.
A travelling West Norfolk Rugby Club U13s side was gifted with a sunny and warm welcome from St Ives RUFC.
Despite the tragic events that occurred last week, Diss bravely decided to return to the pitch against their old rivals.
In our latest Eat My Words food review, Jeremy Ransome visits a country pub with his daughter.
Fakenham Town will entertain 2022 FA Vase winners Newport Pagnell Town in the Second Round of this year’s competition.
The Linnets entertain fellow strugglers Bishop’s Stortford at The Walks tomorrow (Tuesday) evening.
Lynn were counting the cost of missed chances as they lost on the road this weekend.
There was National League North defeat for the Linnets this afternoon, but FA Vase glory for Downham Town and Fakenham Town.
Market researchers are needed for a weekend workshop about the future of the health system in the UK.
Sixteen members of Marquettes Baton Twirlers attended the British Baton Twirling Sports Association Region 15 competition in Norwich.
It’s called the Mayor’s Business Awards so it’s only right that there’s an award presented in her honour.
Officers are appealing for information after a number of vans were damaged and tools were taken.
In the weekly Paws For Thought column, staff at the West Norfolk RSPCA Rehoming Centre in Tilney All Saints look to rehome two kittens.
A rugby club has urged supporters to get behind a fundraising campaign to help the family of a man killed on the field of play.
In the monthly Ward Round column, hospital CEO Alice Webster talks awards, buggies and the future.
A small piece of history has been returned after a commemorative plate was handed into a charity shop.
One of the most side-splittingly hilarious productions ever to be staged in London is on stage in Lynn next week.
West Norfolk Council is sponsoring the Environmental Champion category of the Mayor’s Business Awards for the third year in succession.
A West Norfolk Council Cabinet member has spoken of the importance of the Mayor’s Business Awards to the borough.
In our weekly From The Newsroom column, Jeremy Ransome discusses his love of live music.