Almost 50 per cent of adults across Norfolk and Waveney have now received their first dose of the Covid vaccine.
It was different this year, but West Norfolk's youngsters didn't let lockdown stop the fun as they dressed up as their favourite characters.
Food delivery giants Deliveroo launch in Lynn today, placing the town firmly on the food delivery map following the arrival of UberEats last year.
King's Lynn BID hosted a virtual Budget Briefing to discuss the Chancellor's statement, and how it will directly affect businesses in West Norfolk.
As the schools prepare for Monday's return, Norfolk County Council has stressed that regular Covid testing will be key in the move towards normality.
A Lynn packaging firm is celebrating after it was featured in The Sunday Times International Track 200 Listing for the first time.
The prime minister's roadmap has prompted holidaymakers to create a surge of 135 per cent more bookings for summer 2021 says Co-operative Travel.
West Norfolk businesses have welcomed the government's new roadmap for reopening this spring, but many are waiting for confirmation they can reopen.
Police were called to Weasenham on Tuesday afternoon after a resident reported two men attempting to encourage dogs into their car.
A mother-of-two was inspired to create a covid-safe outdoor library for youngsters in Lynn to keep up with their reading during lockdown.
An anaesthetist at Lynn’s hospital has raised over £2,500 after he shaved a “nohawk” in memory of a colleague who took his own life.
Norfolk’s education leaders have emphasised the importance of reigniting the ‘joy of learning’ for pupils’ when schools reopen next month.
Do you know someone who deserves recognition for what they have been doing for the community during the pandemic?
Marking Princess Diana's 60th birthday, a charity set up in her memory is searching for Norfolk's most inspiring young people.
Tickets went on sale this week for West Norfolk's first scare experience which will return "bigger and better" this October.
The installation of seven more electric car charging points has set West Norfolk well above average for the county, confirms West Norfolk Council.
West Norfolk's educators have welcomed the news that pupils across the country are due to return to schools on March 8 as lockdown restrictions ease.
Lynn's Tuesday Market Place lit up in tribute to the King's Lynn Mart after the showmen were forced to cancel this year's event due to the pandemic.
Norfolk County Council have assured residents £8.9million is due to be spent on pavement and footpath maintenance across the county in 2020/21.
Reuniting four generations after a year of lockdown measures, a West Winch care home held a Covid-safe 100th birthday surprise for a resident.