A 100% council tax rebate will be offered to the most financially vulnerable in our area despite worries that this will create a “cliff edge”.
Residents fueled by a mantra of “no means no” are set to campaign this weekend against new homes being built in their area.
A key road has been shut for an indefinite amount of time as Anglian Water crews investigate an issue.
More than 25 guests braved the weather to have a first look at the site of the new health hub in South Lynn – which is set to open this summer.
A wide range of delicious foods will be on offer when a brand new festival comes to West Norfolk next month.
A village pub has made it into the final three of a national competition which judges the quality of a specific type of meat.
Eight men have been convicted of hare coursing under new legislation aimed at tackling the offence.
West Norfolk Council has published a draft budget which sets out spending plans for the next four years as it bids to deliver its corporate strategy.
A man has been spared jail despite making threats to kill, being caught with a knife, assaulting a woman and stealing from various businesses.
An allotment holder has urged councillors to provide clarity on the future for gardeners in a West Norfolk town.
A new policy has been implemented in a bid to crack down on town councillors missing meetings.
A man who kicked and spat at a police officer while referring to others as “nonces” has been handed a community order.
A “moment of madness” resulted in a man stealing from a pharmacy in an attempt to give his partner a Christmas present.
A 22-year-old’s erratic driving led to a series of narrow misses after a night of drinking vodka and lemonade in town.
A thief has been jailed after stealing hundreds of pounds worth of products just months after her release from prison.
A man claimed he finished a bag of cocaine after being pulled over by police because he was scared of being caught with the drugs.
A mother has been sentenced after neglecting her children to the point where they smelled of urine, had food in their hair and dirt on their feet.
A thief made off with grooming products in a bid to prepare for a job interview, a court heard.
A woman who drove home while drunk after an argument with a friend has been banned from the roads.
A decision to deny a cricket club funding has been reversed after five councillors took a stand against their authority’s original verdict.