Donations are being sought at a new food bank started by staff at the QEH.
Eighty years on from the outbreak of World War Two, Hunstanton’s Princess Theatre presents a tribute to the spirit of the Blitz.
Critically acclaimed international stage sensation Whitney - Queen of the Night is heading to Lynn.
The Real Halloween offers a rich variety of things to do for children aged three and up, and their grown-ups.
A brand-new festival of art, light, and sound, will hit the streets and venues of Lynn for one night only.
The mastermind behind the ballet bringing history to life says she is sure to bring it back.
An exhibition of works by sculptor at stately home has seen a 20% increase in crowd figures on last year.
A tinnitus support group from Lynn has become one of the first in the country to be awarded the Gold Standard for such groups.
People in caravans and properties in a flood plain at the coast have been urged to leave by the Environment Agency.
Staff and students at the College of West Anglia have designed brand-new kits to support and promote equality, diversity and inclusion.
A local, am-dram society, which has been entertaining audiences in the area for over 70 years, has another show on the horizon.
The Norfolk Symphony Orchestra has announced its repertoire for 2019-20.
A poll has found that the vast majority of GPs would prefer to see one governing body for surgeries in Norfolk.
Direct from a 21st season at the Edinburgh festival, the Ladyboys of Bangkok are returning to the area.
A fifth international music concert will be held in Lynn incorporating the best in Indian classical music and dance.
A figure of 3.99 per cent has been revealed as the likely council tax rise for next year.
West Norfolk Council and the Lynn News today launch the Mayor’s Business Awards 2020, celebrating the brightest and best in commerce.
The decision to officially recognise Shakespeare Guildhall Trust as a charity is hailed a great boost to its fundraising cause by campaigners.
Crooks have been quick to take advantage of the Thomas Cook collapse and are trying to trick people out of their money.
The owners of Sainsbury's have said that up to 70 Argos stores will close in the next five years.