Crime has increased year-on-year in West Norfolk, according to the latest police-recorded figures.
Emergency officials are currently on the scene of a grass fire on a river bank in South Lynn.
Harpley Church of England Primary School has opened a pre-school within its existing school grounds.
Community leaders are fearing a significant repair bill after part of a town sports facility was wrecked by a fire.
Two other vehicles involved in crash, court hears
Lynn’s Hardwick Road cemetery held its annual open day on Saturday.
Developers behind plans to expand a Lynn power station have submitted proposals for a new gas supply connection point and underground pipeline.
Completely new look inside and out at Whites Premier
Centre will provide information point and toilet facilities
New proprietor has more than 30 years' experience in the motor trade
Arrests made during searches in Lynn and Downham
One 'hid in cemetery bushes', say police
Detectives looking into six similar cases across Norfolk and Suffolk
On an average day at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), 18 beds are occupied by patients who no longer need to stay in hospital.
Family of a woman who died while waiting for a mental health assessment have claimed she was let down by an underfunded and understaffed system.
Thousands of pounds expected to be raised for disability charity's West Norfolk hotel
Work to resurface the carriageway on a section of Wisbech Road, between the Free Bridge and junction with Saddlebow Road, is set to start on July 29.
A West Norfolk councillor is facing disciplinary action after it was found he breached the authority’s code of conduct.
Signalling fault south of Cambridge causing delays and cancellations
Officers' assurance follows revelation that up to 30 tickets a day are being issued
Public consultation launched on draft document
Authority issues its own report defending current structure against PCC switch proposal
Fight to save Bircham base goes to Westminster
Proceeds to be used to buy new books for infant school
From competitions to barbecues, there was something for everyone to enjoy at this year’s Greyfriars Primary School carnival.
Advice given to students thinking of setting up their own businesses