A national trial looking into the relationship between genetics and coronavirus has been launched at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A dozen families who have been supported by a Lynn-based bereavement charity have given something back by fundraising for them during May.
Andrew Jamieson, who is also a county councillor, has been co-opted on to the authority in Hunstanton
Resident, whose 94-year-old mum died at a Lynn care home in May wants more support for families.
A West Norfolk band have been recognised for their songwriting talents after one of their tracks placed first in an international competition.
Now recovered and back to work, a nurse at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital has told of his experience of coronavirus.
Witnesses are being sought to a robbery in Lynn this week in which a handbag was stolen from a woman.
Hunstanton RNLI has issued some advice and information for those looking to visit the coast, following the Government’s easing of lockdown.
A man has been charged in connection with several offences, including assault on emergency workers, following an incident at Lynn's QEH yesterday.
A young boy will complete a 20-day football challenge next week, which has raised money for a local hospice in memory of his great-grandfather.
Shoppers in West Norfolk will now have more choice as garden centres in the borough have reopened today.
The owner of a cat which has gone missing from North Lynn has issued an appeal for help to find him.
A young girl has raised more than £2,750 for NHS staff and volunteers after cycling for 10 miles around her West Norfolk village last week.
A pregnancy yoga class is continuing to support women during the coronavirus pandemic after moving classes online.
A national charity based in Lynn has received a grant to help them continue providing integral care for Bereaved Forces children and young people.
Police are urging residents to be vigilant following a number of telephone scams in the North Norfolk area, including Fakenham.
Alcohol worth a total of £500 has been stolen from a community centre near Fakenham, prompting a police appeal for information.
Staff at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital have thanked the "army of seamstresses" who have created more than 80 scrubs for paediatric staff.
Residents of a West Norfolk street have joined together – from a safe distance – to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day today.
A postal worker is fundraising for a mental health charity, and lifting peoples' spirits, by dressing as a panda while out on her rounds in Downham.