West Norfolk Council has officially adopted a new corporate strategy which sets out its ambitions and priorities for the next four years.
A drunken man hurled insults at police and refused to leave a fast food shop while he was eating a kebab.
Staff at a village pub have been left full of pride after being awarded a prestigious rosette commending their quality food for the second time.
A war veteran has announced his retirement as health and safety manager from a family business based in Lynn.
Norfolk County Council’s cabinet has recommended that a devolution deal be accepted and an elected leader put in place in 2025.
A woman in her 60s died following an “industrial incident” at a funeral home on Friday.
A 21-year-old was found “out of it” by police during a search which revealed he had taken diazepam.
A homeless woman attempted to disguise a discount store theft with a can of hot dogs – but was caught out by staff.
An 18-year-old who was caught with Class B drugs in a town park has been warned to get off a “slippery slope”.
A man wound up in court after confronting a town centre bar’s door staff because he had been separated from his friends.
A man threw a “hissy fit” after being caught driving a motorbike with cannabis in his system.
A serial thief who recently stole more than £800 worth of stock from a Norfolk supermarket is set to be sentenced next month.
After being caught by police, a 21-year-old attempted to swap seats with her friend having let her drive her car without insurance.
A 61-year-old wound up in court after confronting two police officers who parked over a set of double yellow lines outside his home.
A bed and breakfast owner “necked a couple of bottles of wine” before being found unresponsive in his car at the side of the road.
Police uncovered cannabis in the seat of a moped after its driver was involved in a crash.
West Norfolk’s MPs have joined calls for the Government to review “excessive” Internal Drainage Board levies by penning a letter to the Chancellor.
A West Norfolk Council scheme helping people to stay at home safely is in the running for two prestigious awards.
Community organisations aiming to boost their buildings or equipment are now able to apply for significant funding.
A homeless Lynn man with PTSD has pleaded with the borough council to provide him with temporary accommodation.