Proceeds from the sale of every copy of the book, whose author has just won her battle with cancer, will be donated to EACH.
Police say they are "very concerned" about a missing 14-year-old girl who could be in the Lynn area.
More than £20,000 has been spent on renovating a vital support facility for families whose loved ones are being cared for at a King's Lynn hospital.
The curtain will soon be up on a hugely popular festive extravaganza near Fakenham and we've been to have a look behind the scenes.
Police are investigating after the theft from a West Norfolk community was discovered today.
Shoppers will be able to visit a nationally-known firm's new branch in Lynn later this week.
A West Norfolk holiday park has been put up for sale, but potential buyers will need deep pockets.
A man arrested following an incident during the early hours of yesterday morning has been bailed by police.
Police are investigating an assault in King’s Lynn which took place in the early hours of this morning.
Doctors have told an inquest that changes are being made to help meet demand
There has been a restructure at a Lynn disability service after the previous employee had to step down due to illness.
Meditation, poetry and lots of yellow outfits showed a Downham school’s support for World Mental Health Day today.
There is just a week to go now until major roadworks begin on the gateway to Norfolk.
Passengers are being urged to check before they travel as building work intended to enable longer trains to run starts next week.
Campaigners have welcomed the plan, but say action is needed quickly to solve an impending transport crisis.
A replacement bus was called out due to the damage.
Business leaders have defended the work of Lynn’s Street Rangers amid claims that their wearing of stab vests was an example of “Wild West Britain.”
Swaffham’s town clock was inspected last week due to ongoing problems since February.
The meeting may have been cancelled but the recriminations go on.
Ongoing building work to improve facilities at a Lynn school is exciting pupils and staff alike, according to its headteacher.
Holly Meadows School raised over £7,000 for the new equipment.
New Horizons Bursaries will cover tuition fees for both short and online courses at the Institute of Continuing Education.