Police are investigating graffiti that appeared on a wall the day after poll.
4x4 enthusiasts from four different clubs in Norfolk drove their Land Rovers from Ryston Hall to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to deliver presents.
A Lynn man who stole a £62.50 board game from a town toy shop was quickly arrested.
When a Swaffham pig farmer traced his stolen pick-up to North Lynn, he took action to recover it from the field where it was stuck, a court was told.
The Festive Fair on Lynn's Tuesday Market Place is set to return tomorrow, having been temporarily cancelled yesterday and today.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a cash machine theft at a petrol station in West Winch.
Ugandan and Cambodian people will be supported after a variety of nativity scenes were created for a Swaffham convent school festival.
Column by Peter Lawrence, director of Human Capital Department.
The company, which specialises in uPVC and aluminium glazing installations, says the location offers great potential.
Driverless cars and hybrid models were covered in the workshop.
A motorist under the influence of alcohol rolled their car several times into a field in a West Norfolk village today.
Police say a girl was touched inappropriately as she stood at a bus stop and want to hear from you if you have any information.
Managers insist Lynn staff will not be affected by the trial, which union leaders have branded a 'sell-off'.
Hospital bosses are insisting there is no immediate risk despite documents warning of the possibility of a 'catastrophic' incident.
Officials are urging people who have been ill in recent days to stay away from the hospital.
Police have confirmed a man has died following a collision on the A149 at Hunstanton.
Six people are reported to have been injured following a collision on the A149 at Hunstanton this afternoon.
A park-and-ride system for Lynn is amongst the proposals being set out to improve public transport options in the area.
Extensive damage has been caused to a car after the owner had parked in a West Norfolk village this afternoon.
The constituency of South West Norfolk has remained blue after Conservative Elizabeth Truss kept her seat.
A parliamentary candidate has been meeting local residents in a community-owned pub ahead of the general election.
A team from the North Norfolk Railway’s education department attended the school to run a series of World War workshops.
Outstanding academic achievements recognised as school hosts an evening of celebration.
A Lynn secondary school has been declared inadequate by inspectors amid claims of homophobic language.
Plans for a new school in the heart of a West Norfolk village have been outlined, more than four years after initial proposals were outlined.