Long queues of cars have been spotted at Lynn's KFC store after it reopened to drive-thru customers yesterday.
A four-year-old girl from Wimbotsham is starring in her own weekly YouTube show to entertain her classmates while on lockdown.
West Norfolk Council is among the smaller authorities in the country which have received a larger amount in the second round of Government funding.
A young West Norfolk girl is set to cycle 10 miles around her village tomorrow in support of NHS staff and volunteers.
Five more patients who were being treated at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital after testing positive for coronavirus have died.
A fast-food chain is set to reopen its Lynn store to drive-thru customers and for delivery on Thursday.
A family have been left without a working oven for almost two weeks during the coronavirus lockdown, after the new one they ordered arrived broken.
Staff at a Downham primary school have recreated famous artworks during lockdown to lift spirits.
Three more Covid-19 deaths have been recorded outside of hospital in West Norfolk, according to the latest data from the ONS.
There are plans to name a new unit at Lynn’s QEH in memory of a healthcare assistant who died after contracting the coronavirus.
A further coronavirus-related death has been recorded at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital, taking the total of deaths to 106.
Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital returns to the small screen this week in a Channel 4 documentary on the NHS’s response to coronavirus.
The team at a Lynn doctors surgery have shared a video of them dancing and lip-syncing to a song to boost morale and lift their patients' spirits.
The founder of a Lynn charity is set to run the distance of a marathon this month to raise funds to keep supporting bereaved Armed Forces children.
New data showing a breakdown of where people who died with Covid-19 are from in West Norfolk has been released by the ONS today.
More than two-thirds of the West Norfolk firms eligible for grants have received payment – and those who have not applied are being urged to do so.
A woman who was staying in a tent in a Lynn churchyard during the coronavirus pandemic has been found accommodation, officials have said.
A Lynn hospital worker who died from the coronavirus was honoured during a spectacular light show timed to coincide with the weekly Clap for Carers.
Behind those on the frontline tackling the coronavirus at Lynn’s QEH is a team working behind the scenes to keep things running smoothly.
They may not be able to perform in person at the moment, but lockdown has not stopped a concert band from joining together for an online performance.