Financial problems led a woman to steal items from a town centre supermarket, magistrates heard.
If you were going to fill up the car today you may need to wait.
It has been confirmed that the 2022 West Norfolk Mayor’s Business Awards will be the first ones with an Environmental category.
The man was caught after a call to a suspected domestic incident.
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Fans are impressed with the actor's portrayal of the late princess in the newly released trailer.
The UK's stock of fireworks is the latest item to be hit by supply issues, which may lead to less availability and higher prices.
Fraudsters pretending to be from the courts service are attempting to scam people out of money they're told they owe, say government officials.
Officers saw a motorbike being ridden in an 'anti-social' manner and took it into custody yesterday.
A cyclist rode off after a woman in her 70s was knocked to the ground in a collision.
A statement read at the sentencing of a serial rapist today said "Not a day goes by without thinking about what he did".
Patients, their families and members of the community have a chance to vote for the winners in the annual QEH staff awards
A charity offering a lifeline in support services is struggling with the threat of closure by Christmas.
A woman has told the Lynn News of the nightmare she suffered in labour and her frustration at getting a response to her compaints.
Filling stations are having a busy day as rumours of fuel problems make the headlines.
The financial pressures on motorists continue as it is revealed the prices of some of our most popular cars are rising faster than wages.
A consultation exercise is ongoing and county leaders say they need your help to show national transport chiefs how important the road is.
Council members have suffered after a row that has gone viral.
Supply chain pressures and law changes are being blamed for the delay, but officials insist the scheme will not be scrapped.
But a critic was accused of trying to have it both ways by calling for public consultations on the authority's plans.
The Queen's birthday was a good excuse to celebrate.
Hundreds of school children are doing their bit to help campaigners get the message across to world leaders ahead of a major conference this autumn.
Glasses in classes aims to improve education and learning of children in Breckland.
The headteacher of a West Norfolk school where a teacher sexually abused pupils more than three decades ago says his heart goes out to the victims.