A former High Sheriff of Norfolk, who lives in West Norfolk, has been appointed as one of two new Deputy Lieutenants for the county.
Police were called to reports of concerns for a woman's safety yesterday.
It is a traditional fixture of the festive season, but this year's Norwich Theatre Royal pantomime has been postponed to Christmas 2021.
A Lynn charity is inviting its supporters to run, walk, cycle or swim a marathon distance over the month of July to raise funds for their branch.
A Lynn veterans charity which has recently been recognised for its voluntary work has thanked its volunteers in a socially-distanced presentation.
A shop is set to re-open in Shouldham next week, selling a variety of antiques and gifts.
A Lynn family have claimed they have been left feeling “neglected” after a dead rodent was found in their loft.
A man with Lynn connections who was wanted for breaching the terms of his licence has been arrested, police have confirmed this afternoon.
A Norfolk chef has taken over the kitchens at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital to cook up a treat for hard-working NHS staff today.
An emergency unit at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital has been shortlisted for three awards in a government awards scheme.
Police are appealing for help to trace a wanted man who is believed to have connections to the Lynn and Wisbech areas.
Staff at Downham Grange care home have been so touched by the community support they received during lockdown that they wanted to give something back.
It was a birthday to remember for a Stow Bridge resident, after friends gathered at a distance to celebrate the occasion at the weekend.
A councillor has said “future resilience” needs to be built in Lynn to protect people against the possibility of pandemics in years to come.
A Lynn charity has supported the QEH after a beneficiary knitted doll keyrings in a variety of nursing uniforms to thank them for their work.
A Lynn-based charity will provide more support with education and personal development to its beneficiaries after a new addition to its team.
Villagers in Northwold organised a unique version of their annual celebrations when their 44th carnival had to be cancelled.
Residents in Downham have set up a crowdfunding appeal to support a business in the town which has been affected by flash flooding this week.
The number of people who have tested positively for coronavirus in West Norfolk has dropped “massively”, says the county’s director of public health.
A popular Downham restaurant has said it will take "many, many months" to dry out its building following "devastating" flood damage this week.