A man has been fined for his conduct during an FA Cup match at the Walks earlier this season – but escaped a banning order.
Here is a round-up of cases heard by the West Norfolk bench.
The Chancellor is under growing pressure at next week’s budget to offer some help to those finding it increasingly hard to pay their bills.
A reworking of the 2003 Jack Black movie School of Rock by Andrew Lloyd Webber provides perfect family entertainment.
Wilko has apologised and made a swift U-turn after it told staff they could attend work even if they test positive for Covid-19.
A new scheme will allow individuals, charities, community groups and businesses to bring people escaping the war to safety.
Our reviewer Andy Tyler says he greatly enjoyed King’s Lynn Festival’s Spring Series recital at the town hall.
A young driver has been banned from the roads after being found to be over the limit following the collision.
A dispute in a takeaway during a night out led to a court appearance for a West Norfolk man.
A man who was involved in a crash on Christmas Eve had been banned from the roads just weeks earlier.
A night of celebration turned sour following an incident at a town centre pub, magistrates heard.
A second man jointly charged in connection with the incident last month failed to attend court.
A man was caught by police while they were carrying out a drug supply monitoring operation, magistrates heard.
Magistrates heard the incident took place a few days before Christmas.
One West Norfolk village shop was targeted by the pair eight times, magistrates heard yesterday.
Huge crowd expected at the Adrian Flux Arena as hometown rider celebrates a decade with the club.
Water regulator Ofwat said it has “serious concerns” over the sewage treatment works of five water suppliers, including Anglian Water.
A fuel campaigner is warning petrol prices could rise even higher.
Members of the public helped a woman who had been visiting her elderly mother when she crashed while nearly twice the alcohol limit.
A row broke out after another person was refused entry to the premises, magistrates heard.