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Three teenagers whose inflatable was being blown out to sea were rescued by a lifeboat on Tuesday afternoon.
A popular rock duo with West Norfolk roots have released a new album.
A mother and daughter originally from Ukraine have been donated bikes.
Dozens of vehicles were stopped by police last week as part of an operation aimed at keeping the roads safe and disrupting crime.
A festival has been cancelled as organisers say it would be 'totally irresponsible' to host it during the extreme heat that has been forecasted.
From Poland, Australia and nearer home, this seaside resort has a special place to make sandcastles and memories.
With drought-like conditions across the county, here's 9 ways to save water while still caring for your home and garden.
Experts talk of 'fresh shock' as predictions for January's average energy bills rocket even higher.
A charity supporting adults with learning difficulties is set to open a new day centre and gift shop in the town.
Downham Town Council has objected to the building of new Lidl supermarket on Bexwell Road.
Officers are looking to speak to anybody with any information about a burglary which occurred in Denver last week.
Two men have been charged in connection with knifepoint robberies that happened within eight days of each other at a petrol station.
A man who had an “outstanding” completion of community service for drug offences has been sentenced for another matter of possession.
A campaign to bring awareness to domestic abuse will be returning in the autumn and appeals to hair and nail salons to get involved.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Lynn has been shortlisted for a major national award.
This Autumn a service will commemorate the fallen during the First World War.
Rail services are facing major disruption on a 'busy weekend', says the Rail Delivery Group, as train drivers gear-up for more strike action.
The price of petrol and diesel is starting to drop at supermarkets but the RAC says bigger retailers could still do more for drivers.
The Highway Code has been updated to reflect the tougher punishments now in place for drivers who kill someone.
Rail passengers from West Norfolk have been advised not to travel due to major disruption caused by damage to overhead electric wires.
Plans for 240 dwellings have been rejected by a town council.
A special school has been recognised for its commitment to keeping its pupils safe online.
Two students from West Norfolk have written about hard-hitting subjects that affect their future.
A new, multi-million-pound school is set to open next month.
A Scout group celebrated its achievements at an awards ceremony.