The latest cohort of third-year student nurses in West Norfolk is close to becoming qualified and being offered positions within the NHS.
I welcome young Cllr Thomas Smith’s declaration reported in last Friday’s Lynn News, May 25.
Last Friday’s report that councillors are calling for a new route into town filled those of us who travel around on foot or by bike with horror.
I was very upset for a member of staff at One Stop on Friday morning as I was about to walk in the shop.
A new clothing store which is being built in Lynn is set to open in spring next year.
The A47 is closed this morning after a lorry overturned at Walton Highway.
West Norfolk's population is set to rise by more than 7,000 over the current decade, according to new figures.
Youngsters were treated to a morning based on the theme of a popular children's book at the weekend.
Plans to build a major development on the Hardwick Industrial Estate is raising concern amongst residents.
A celebration to mark Methwold's 400-year-old Auction Mart and 125-year-old village hall took place on Bank Holiday Monday.
Firefighters from Methwold Fire Station held a charity car wash on Bank Holiday Monday to raise money for a mental health charity.
There was a meeting of the generations at a Lynn care home when members of a Rainbow group paid a visit.
The popularity of the parkrun movement has spread to Swaffham after the town staged its first event at the weekend.
Organisers of Swaffham's revived sheep fair have hailed the initial event a spectacular success.
This week's pet in need of a new home is Angus.
Proposals to improve the way transport is provided by the county council, which will "help people become more independent", are to be considered.
West Norfolk's main train operator has apologised for disruption caused following the recent switch to new timetables.
A team of nine from West Norfolk are to tackle the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales this weekend to raise thousands for charity.
A new community choir in West Norfolk is celebrating a successful start.
A campaign to stop lorries using a South Lynn road as a short cut during road works has been launched.