Same team of advisers and admin staff will remain at the same town centre offices.
Fresh food and vegetables are being distributed to those in need thanks to a "massive" donation from a supermarket to a community pub.
A supermarket chain has announced it is lifting temporary restrictions on many of its products as stock availability has now improved.
The new High Sheriff of Norfolk has been declared this week as part of a tradition dating back to the 10th century.
The shop is open for business and has a home delivery service offering fruit and veg boxes plus made-to-order meals.
An emergency appeal has been launched to help keep animal rescue workers on the road during the coronavirus crisis.
Industry bosses say they are preparing in case current staff fall ill over the coming weeks.
With police in West Norfolk having been seen patrolling near-empty streets in recent days, the force has thanked people for staying home.
A West Norfolk domestic abuse support service is urging any women being physically or emotionally abused while on lockdown to contact them.
Police were called to disperse a gathering, reportedly involving up to 30 people, amid continuing concerns over social distancing during the crisis.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary of a garage in Dersingham yesterday afternoon.
Further safety measures have been implemented at blood donation sessions across the country, including at those in West Norfolk.
Brand new accommodation in King's Lynn has been offered out to a NHS doctor for free.
On a day when Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock tested positive for Covid-19, it has been confirmed there have been more cases in Lynn.
New buses running on a key route should be the start of a major improvement to services right across the borough, Lynn councillor says.
A county and borough councillor has said the A149 speed limit needs to be reduced, especially with plans to build new homes in the area.
A landlord of a nearby pub says he is against the road being closed three times.
The number of long-term empty homes in West Norfolk has increased by almost 20 per cent, according to the latest Government statistics.
The future of activities on a village playing field are in doubt after council contractors removed a hedge without warning.
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.
England's football captain has been full of praise for a local student.
Online assemblies, bedtime stories on YouTube and door-step deliveries are just some of the ways in which schools have been supporting pupils at home.
As these photos sent in to us demonstrate, students are certainly excelling at getting on with their school routine at home.
As well as learning, West Norfolk schools are also keen to ensure the children stay active without their scheduled PE lessons.