A fantastic display of work has been displayed in a showcase of locally produced art and craft.
The end of lockdown has become a very busy time for the RSPCA in West Norfolk when it comes to cats.
It was blooming great to be back, said organisers of a flower festival.
A female police officer was assaulted by a woman in a frenzied attack beside a busy main road.
A motorist who was almost twice the legal alcohol limit is banned for six years for seventh conviction.
A defendant said he was unable to explain his actions when being helped by paramedics.
A guilty plea has been entered at King's Lynn Magistrates' Court to charges of riding an e-scooter while banned from driving.
A mature couple with money worries were caught stealing more than £300 of goods from Asda.
Defence solicitor criticises behaviour of officer as defendant is given suspended sentence for knife possession.
Residents have been shin deep in water after a burst water main has caused flooding.
People wishing to have a say West Norfolk Council's draft Local Plan for development to 2036 are being urged to do so from Monday, August 2.
The annual canvass to check the correct details are held by the council is under way.
A fun and educational day for adults and children to see the fisherfolk museum is on offer next week.
A range of exciting circus acts and street performances are heading to town.
Hairdressers and beauty salons can play an important role in supporting domestic abuse survivors.
Graffiti as art is among the things showcased at the Guildhall in Lynn in a new exhibition.
There will be a bumper weekend of fun on offer at Old Hunstanton.
He is planning to walk 500 miles without ever leaving the streets around his house
A type of frog extinct in England since the mid-1990s has been reintroduced to its former home.
Mind Heacham Safe Haven wants to hear from volunteer knitters and businesses.