A tractor driver has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after a woman died in a three-vehicle crash on the A10 yesterday.
Councillors have called for a major project to be better tailored for disabled residents amid worries over a lack of adequate changing facilities.
A town council has unanimously agreed to back plans which will see a historic hotel renovated.
Hunstanton’s Soap Box Derby looks set to take place in September rather than April because its organisers “didn’t mind” it being pushed back.
A large stretch of the A10 has been closed after a “serious” crash.
A pledge to support staff who may be victims of domestic abuse has received cross-party support at West Norfolk Council.
Norfolk County Council’s cabinet is set to consider which of four potential paths to take as a devolution deal edges ever closer.
A new location for a 3G sports pitch will have to be found after a controversial application was withdrawn following residents’ complaints.
West Norfolk Council’s leader made no apologies for trying to push for a better devolution deal when faced with criticism from his Tory counterpart.
Councillors believe they are being targeted by the publisher of a “far-right” magazine being circulated in the area.
Councillors leapt to the defence of their corporate strategy after our Tory leader accused it of being “a few short pages of upbeat sound bites”.
A 20-year-old claimed he did not know you need a licence to drive after being caught behind the wheel of a truck.
A 75-year-old wound up in court after mounting a verge while drink-driving last month.
A mother pushed a police officer in frustration after having her daughters taken away from her by their school teachers while she was drunk.
A 24-year-old drink-driver sped around a busy town roundabout and ignored a red traffic light before being caught by police.
A woman argued her court sentence was ‘excessive’ despite being more than three times the drink-drive limit at the roadside.
A disqualified driver was caught behind the wheel of a “distinguishable” vehicle while going through an “extremely stressful” period in his life.
A man and woman have been jailed for working as part of an organised gang to steal more than £60,000 worth of stock from Morrisons supermarkets.
Plans to limit access to benefits for the long-term unemployed have been met with fierce criticism from a Trades Council figure.
West Norfolk’s MPs have thrown their weight behind Jeremy Hunt’s plans to boost growth by helping businesses across the country.