West Norfolk residents concerned about the prospect of a £300m waste from energy plant are being urged to quickly make their views known.
More than three in five residents of the coastal village voted over its neighbourhood plan.
A day of celebrations and a rededication event is being planned for September 11.
Three complaints were made against West Norfolk Council during 2020/21 and two against Breckland Council.
Training for workforce, volunteer menopause champions and a menopause clinic are included in a new policy.
The much-travelled Rev Canon Dr Mark Dimond is finding life at St Margaret's Church very much to his liking.
The QEH's plans to continue with many of the new ways of working and good practice.
QEH will trial a tiny device which can be used instead of a camera inserted into the body by a tube.
The event has had to be pulled due to uncertainty over Covid-19 in the coming weeks.
A cafe owner whose power supply had yet to be restored after a dispute over payments fears for the future of her business.
A charity wants people to complete a 26.2 mile challenge - anyway they like.
A former Peacocks store is earmarked to provide extra support due to pandemic.
Three men travelled more than 600 miles in 16 hours across Britain.
Anyone aged 18 or over can get a first dose jab at the walk-in clinic.
Just 300 places are left for the August event.
A man was repeatedly kicked and punched during an unprovoked attack in a park, a court has heard.
A defendant who told police using cannabis should be legal and that he intends to carry on using it, has been fined by King's Lynn magistrates.
Reports of stalking have sharply risen over recent months as from April to December 2020, there were 1,166 incidents recorded.
A free, three-hour guided walk is taking place to mark Fens Day.
KLODS is looking for singers and dancers for its October production.