Residents have been shin deep in water after a burst water main has caused flooding.
Weathermen are saying it could get a bit lively around here today.
The beaver was spotted at Ken Hill.
Linnets are the most expensive side to follow for your wallet in the National League.
People wishing to have a say West Norfolk Council's draft Local Plan for development to 2036 are being urged to do so from Monday, August 2.
West Norfolk residents concerned about the prospect of a £300m waste from energy plant are being urged to quickly make their views known.
Enter the Lynn News Cute Kids competition, this year at Wilkos for the first time.
A supermarket chain says it is installing the UK's largest charging network for electric cars under its expansion plans.
Walpole solar scheme will generate power for 10,150 homes.
Campaigners says millions would struggle to survive in a society that doesn't use cash, prompting the Post Office to launch a campaign.
Hairdressers and beauty salons can play an important role in supporting domestic abuse survivors.
A suspect has been arrested.
A Swaffham man, who also has links to Lynn, is being sought for recall to prison.
Police have seized an e-scooter worth £750 in a park.
After weeks of very high pollen levels and unbearable symptoms there's some good news for hayfever sufferers this week.
Mind Heacham Safe Haven wants to hear from volunteer knitters and businesses.
Training for workforce, volunteer menopause champions and a menopause clinic are included in a new policy.
Local bus service will link villages to Hunstanton for the first time.
Vespas and Lambrettas will never go out of fashion for bike riders who love their scooters.
Coronavirus has halted the riverside 'park-and-ride'.
A West Norfolk councillor says replacing the road bridge that links the area to Lincolnshire should be the starting point for a far wider scheme.
More than 300,000 people have less than a week left to renew tax credit claims or they risk payments being stopped, warns HMRC.
There has been another twist in the bitter feud at a West Norfolk council.
Breckland hopes to build facility on two acres between Green Britain Centre and the A47.
The Queen's birthday was a good excuse to celebrate.
Two schools were pleased to play host to a VIP in his tour of the county's classrooms.
Secondary school takes top spot in this year’s Education Business Awards for the ICT Facility category after the refurbishment impressed judges.
A campaigning group has picked out a local primary for special praise for work with its pupils.