A member of staff at a West Norfolk primary school has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting officials to close two 'bubbles' at the school.
Trade is picking up at Lynn's market as more stall holders offered their products to customers on the Tuesday Market Place today.
A Fakenham artist has said she is “thrilled” to have been invited to take part in an online international exhibition of mask artworks.
A Lynn beekeeper is hoping to raise awareness of what to do if you come across a swarm after hundreds of bees were killed last week.
Officials have said they “will not tolerate abuse” following a market re-opening in Downham last week.
A couple's musical thank you for their loved ones on their wedding day has been viewed more than one million times on YouTube.
No new coronavirus deaths have been recorded at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the last week, according to the latest data from NHS England.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious collision in Whittington yesterday morning.
Police are at the scene of a serious collision at Whittington this morning, which involved four vehicles.
A Lynn-based charity has been boosted by dozens of its supporters who have raised a total of £20,624 over the month of May.
A new nurse-led service has been launched at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital to improve children’s experiences while undergoing procedures.
A restaurant and bar in Lynn has diversified during lockdown and started offering takeaway drinks and bar snacks on weekends.
A floral display thanking NHS and key workers has been created at a public gardens in Lynn.
Public Health officials in Norfolk say while they are “preparing for anything”, they are not “actively expecting” new spikes in coronavirus cases.
Organisers of Cancer Research UK's Race for Life at Houghton Hall have announced this morning that this year's event has been cancelled.
Police have urged drivers to avoid a section of the A10 this morning following a collision close to Watlington.
New measures have been put in place to help visitors to the coast adhere to Government guidance, following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
A King's Lynn hospital worker has reunited with her two daughters after isolating from them for nine weeks.
Stall holders have said they are pleased to have been able to return to trading on Lynn's Tuesday Market Place today.
A Lynn charity which provides support to the veterans community has been recognised for the work of its volunteers.