Learner drivers who fail their driving test could have to wait 28 days to rebook an exam, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) said.
The defendant will appear in court again tomorrow.
Two men accused of murdering a third man in an incident in Downham at the weekend have appeared in court today.
A family hope that a picture taken by a keen amateur photographer will be chosen for a royal exhibition celebrating the Platinum Jubilee.
A collection of coins remastering portraits of historic monarchs will be released with Henry VII the first to be honoured, the Royal Mint has said.
You can help wildlife by looking out of your window for an hour this weekend, with the annual garden birds survey, the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch.
A woman who sustained an 'unsurvivable' brain injury in a fall at her home died later in Lynn's hospital, a court has heard.
A man who wanted to feel better about himself used pliers to remove a security tag on a bottle of scent.
A man who was found dead near Lynn last Easter had been reported missing the previous summer, an inquest was told today.
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A court has heard how a 17-year-old died in hospital six days after the car he was travelling in overturned on a country lane.
A woman pursued a man after he left the magistrates court and stamped on his head.
A motorist has been disqualified from driving just three months after passing her test.
A villager has pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly on his first visit to his local.
Magistrates heard a man caught drug-driving had been using cannabis to relieve stress before banning him from the roads.
A former Lynn footballer will be off the roads for the next four years following a court hearing today.
Campaigners say they have even heard of cases where patients have been forced to wait two years for routine care.
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A 'prolific' offender who went on a crime spree across two counties, including an offence in a West Norfolk village, has been jailed for 54 weeks.
"He wouldn't normally behave in this way", the defendant's solicitor told magistrates.