A Cabinet minister writes for Journalism Matters Week and says it is local newspapers that lie at the heart of our democracy.
A tip-off led to a motorist being stopped in Walton Highway in April.
Take a trip back to Wimbotsham Primary in 2011 with our weekly look through the archives.
A defendant has told King's Lynn magistrates that she never normally drink-drives but has been 'messed' up recently.
Weekly columnist James Wild, Conservative MP for NW Norfolk, writes his weekly column for the Lynn News.
A defendant in a GBH case laughed and showed no remorse when a police officer was badly injured.
Police commander writes his monthly column and keeps readers up to date with policing in West Norfolk.
No indication of plea was offered by a defendant accused of a string of offences involving a girl of 14.
Jeff Hoyle pops out for a pint or two.
Ashley May, 27, didn’t even stop after the threat of a Taser gun being deployed.
Are you truly open for business? Looking forward to the start of the first International Trade Week being held in November
Motorist was more than twice the alcohol limit when stopped on his way to Tesco in Downham Market late one evening last month.
A man unhappy at being stopped by the police said it was his human right to be given prompt transport to the station, a court was told.
The spooky season is fun, but the celebration could put your pet in danger, here is how you can prevent that.
Gary Pett, 52, admitted growing three cannabis plants when he appeared before magistrates.
As we bump into November, it’s the season for business planning and celebrating success, writes Complete Commercial Finance’s Michael Moore.
A West Norfolk driver who nearly smashed into the back of a stationary police car was almost three times the alcohol limit.
A carer was three times the alcohol limit when she drove the 20-minute journey to see a client.
Philip Perry reviews Xenia Horne at the King's Lynn Music Society evening concert at the town hall.
The Chancellor will be opening up that famous budget briefcase on Wednesday but what could it mean for West Norfolk?