All of Norfolk Police's Public Enquiry Offices are closed to the general public as of 2pm today following the latest Government guidelines.
A councillor who was filmed being dragged out of a pool in Tenerife by police has said she has received death threats in response to the video.
Operations at King's Lynn Winter Night Shelter have been handed over to West Norfolk Council for an "extended provision".
Colourful displays can be seen at homes across West Norfolk as youngsters help keep others entertained during the coronavirus outbreak.
A West Norfolk sports club has come to the aid of King’s Lynn Winter Night Shelter, after they appealed for donations of toilet roll last week.
A man has been cautioned after a supermarket staff member was allegedly assaulted in Lynn at the weekend.
A pre-school which has served a West Norfolk community for decades is celebrating after recently receiving a ‘Good’ Ofsted report.
Police-organised community engagement activities, such as street surgeries, are to be scaled back to "manage the demands" of Covid-19.
Two patients who had tested positive for coronavirus have died, Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital has said this afternoon.
A funeral service business based in Lynn has said they are currently dealing with two coronavirus-related deaths.
Youngsters at a West Norfolk primary school have created a different kind of floral gift ahead of Mother’s Day this weekend.
With support continuing to be shown to those in need during the coronavirus pandemic, two businesses are offering free rooms to those on the frontline
Officials are warning people in Norfolk to be vigilant to a number of coronavirus-related scams that have recently been reported in the area.
A governor at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital has shared her memories from four decades ago, to coincide with its anniversary celebrations.
Blood donors are being urged to donate as normal during the coronavirus pandemic, to ensure hospitals continue to receive the blood they need.
A public consultation on plans for a major new development in Lynn, which would see previously separate parts of the town connected, is now live.
The annual GEAR 10K run which was due to take place on Sunday, May 3 has been postponed to October in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
A number of schools in West Norfolk are closed or partially closed today over staff shortages in response to the coronavirus.
Works to upgrade a notorious stretch of the A47 in West Norfolk is now complete, with a speed limit reduction to 40mph now in place.
All shows and classes at Alive West Norfolk venues have been postponed or cancelled, initially until Friday, April 3, but gyms and pools remain open.