The Environment Agency has issued a Stop Notice to halt the unauthorised deposit and burning of waste following a major fire in May.
The West Norfolk trio visited for a match in the EACF Association Croquet Anderson Shield competition.
They grabbed great results at the East Region Prelims in their first competition since returning to training after the Covid lockdowns.
The digital service is set to arrive in the autumn using two local transmitters after originally being due to launch last November.
The Lynn firms reports that disruption like cancelled flights has not put customers off, with plenty of summer 2022 bookings taken in the last week.
Strike action by unions is taking place during June 21-26 and during three of those days there are no services at West Norfolk train stations.
It has been given five-figure funds to help Norfolk people caught in a ‘heat or eat’ dilemma, as part of almost £1m from an electricity distributor.
'Tough' Ride London Sportive 61-mile race tests veteran representing the Bridge for Heroes Armed Forces Charity.
The work, which has led to closure on health and safety grounds, should be completed by the start of the school holidays on July 22.
All three armed forces will be represented at the town centre ceremony, along with the Royal British Legion and Royal Air Forces Association.
The West Norfolk club held a competition to mark the 40th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War and one winner was a Desert Storm veteran.
The volunteer supporting children overseas will be honoured at the Palace of Westminster, London, next month.
A number of West Norfolk primary schools were involved in the wreath laying to mark the 40th anniversary of the ending of the Argentinian conflict.
Pupils raised more than £300 for the Lynn News’ V for Victory Memorial Appeal in June 1995, plus Hunstanton, Heacham, Linnets and Downham feature.
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After a new survey the county’s patient watchdog calls for all surgeries and hospitals to ensure they're providing adequate translation services.
More than 40,000 trees are available at a discount thanks to the launch of a new Jubilee scheme in the county.
There's a prize for a store manager who does most to help owners clean up after mucky pups – plus a special prize for the number two store boss.
'Be vigilant about security' as Norfolk police warn of a potential spike in home break-ins when temperatures rise during the summer months.
Born in Clenchwarton and a company director in Lynn, he has plans to tackle the controversial question of rebuilding the village hall.