A West Norfolk actress, who has appeared in a variety of television shows, has publicly shown her support for Lynn’s hospital staff.
Her established business is still taking commissions and orders which can be delivered or collected.
Residents are being asked to put food waste in their general rubbish for the time being to help maintain collections.
Norfolk's chief constable has said he is "disappointed" by the conduct of people who flouted government isolation rules at the weekend.
Debenhams seeks protection against threat of liquidation.
A Lynn care worker has said he feels like a "ping-pong ball being thrown around" regarding the coronavirus situation.
Town centre shop shuts its doors but out-of-town site remains open during coronavirus outbreak.
Norfolk Police has said it has had "lots of response from retired officers" offering their support during the coronavirus pandemic.
With police in West Norfolk having been seen patrolling near-empty streets in recent days, the force has thanked people for staying home.
A West Norfolk domestic abuse support service is urging any women being physically or emotionally abused while on lockdown to contact them.
Police were called to disperse a gathering, reportedly involving up to 30 people, amid continuing concerns over social distancing during the crisis.
Employees have been redeployed to care for children of Queen Elizabeth hospital staff.
Organisers of the annual Downham Games have launched a new community challenge after announcing that this year's event is cancelled.
County roads chiefs say the schemes are essential and will be completed later this month.
Industry bosses say they are preparing in case current staff fall ill over the coming weeks.
New buses running on a key route should be the start of a major improvement to services right across the borough, Lynn councillor says.
A county and borough councillor has said the A149 speed limit needs to be reduced, especially with plans to build new homes in the area.
People are being asked not to head to popular coastal haunts during the coronavirus pandemic.
The number of long-term empty homes in West Norfolk has increased by almost 20 per cent, according to the latest Government statistics.
The future of activities on a village playing field are in doubt after council contractors removed a hedge without warning.
A creative West Norfolk pupil has been putting his talent to good use for a special cause.
Get your crayons out and show your appreciation for the NHS
Conservation and access concerns have been raised over plans for a new specialist school in Fakenham.
England's football captain has been full of praise for a local student.