Natural England plans to improve public access and extend the 33-mile stretch of the coast path within Norfolk and Lincolnshire.
It is releasing an exclusive soft, plush toy which is the campaign's mascot, Pantosaurus.
Inaugural awards celebrates a King's Lynn veterinary practice for their championing rabbit welfare.
A new building offering dedicated facilities for pupils with special educational needs is being proposed.
A deal on who people can visit during Christmas has been agreed by the four nations.
Officials say developers have failed to prove that a business use was not viable.
There will be up to 50 gifts each worth £100, thanking those who really deserve a Christmas treat.
Lynn woman said she felt embarrassed and belittled after comments aimed at her.
Officials believe he may be one of the most prolific offenders they have ever dealt with.
A district council is urging people to use public bins correctly after recent cases.
68-year-old now formally subject to notification requirements
He weighed 23st 3lb and was diagnosed as pre-diabetic with medication for high blood pressure.
Walk-in testing now available daily at Lynn centre.
Photos of the Saturday Market Place building were taken by Ian Burt.
Youtubers launch drone video of King's Lynn's fishing fleet.
Water company bosses are imposing limits on their vehicles using the route, a meeting heard today.
Bus gate work 'no longer required' but councils' joint statement suggests no decision made
A national body is seeking permission to build a new facility close to a major Lynn road junction.
But councillors say no rave or festival-type events should take place there.
A borough councillor who fought three General Elections for Labour will now sit as an Independent and says she won't be the last to quit.
A motion has called for the government to close a loophole in the existing law.
Pandemic took the difficulty to a whole new level and there was plenty of ingenuity involved.
Officials say they are prepared to consider further measures after an entire year group was told to stay away.
Rising pupil numbers mean new office and meeting space is needed, officials say.