Magistrates heard a police officer was injured and had to summon back-up for the first time in his 19-year career.
Hospital staff and residents had their eyes firmly fixed on the skies over Lynn as a Spitfire flew over.
The market re-opened once again in Downham today, after it was cancelled for two weeks over rumours of a demonstration.
Medical experts warn growing waiting lists could spell trouble in the coming months as lockdown eases.
British speedway chiefs have warned that the season is unlikely to go ahead if tapes can't go up by the start of the next month.
The latest figures confirm how different parts of the county have been affected.
A new pet care business has opened in King's Lynn following the lifting of lockdown restrictions across the UK.
A town councillor says he will be meeting bosses of the firm which is planning to refurbish a well-known West Norfolk coastal establishment.
It was 'unusual' for there to be no arrests on a Saturday night, police chief says.
Ongoing issues have intensified this week as residents complain about late night disruption.
A man arrested in connection with the incident remains in custody.
A man has been arrested after reports of a stabbing which has left the victim in hospital.
The comment follows an MP's call for the site to be included in a planned new hospital building programme in its 40th anniversary year.
The chief executive of East of England Ambulance Service has thanked staff for embracing news ways of working during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Engineers say the repairs are necessary to fix a worn out section of a key route in the borough.
Campaigners' dream of restoring a West Norfolk rail link after more than 50 years has taken a big step forward.
A five-week project which aims to improve safety on a busy West Norfolk road will start tomorrow.
People who use concessionary passes will not be able to travel free of charge during the rush hour from next week.
Council leaders say the move is needed to help ease traffic flows in and out of Lynn.
The row over the plan for an unstaffed tourist hub continues as the current mayor urges heritage campaigners to work with councillors.
Councillor states building's future is a 'fantastic opportunity' for the town.
An executive head has been reflecting on the first year and is excited about the future.
Parents team up to restore an outdoor area which will encourage a different form of learning.
County education leaders say they have 'every confidence' the group will deliver a high standard of education.
A taste of the West End is coming to West Norfolk as pupils have a chance to show off their performing skills in virtual talent show.