A magistrate criticised the man for 'two fingering' the courts
A gas leak has caused travel disruption in the town
A West Norfolk family has raised hundreds of pounds to thank staff at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
A tip-off from a member of the public in the early hours of the morning alerted police
The town's infant and junior schools could become full primaries under the measures
A car overturned and three other vehicles were damaged in the incident
The man was struck in the chest during an incident in South Lynn, a court has heard
A Gayton Thorpe farmer has described the moment he stood close to St Paul’s Cathedral with a combine harvester being watched by 600,000 people.
Metcalfe Copeman & Pettefar have come on board to the Mayor’s Business Awards as the sponsor of the leisure and tourism category.
Alex Goodman is selected as Electrical Apprentice of the Year for the whole Dodd Group
Police are investigating a burglary after handbags and cheque books were stolen from a property in North Wootton last week.
Male arrested after roadside test
The controversial case of a farmer convicted of murder after shooting and killing a teenage burglar was recreated for a TV drama shown last night.
A man has been arrested in connection with hare coursing offences in West Norfolk.
A Lynn man has secured funding for his disabled daughter’s fitness club through his company.
Staff at a West Norfolk nursery say they are now sterilising toys in a bid to prevent the rapid spread of hand, foot and mouth disease.
A Swaffham family has described its devastation after their young daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumour last month.
Allow extra time on your morning commute on the roads ... but trains are running on time.
Network Rail says it understands the urgency of the area's lack of rail capacity
Season ticket holders have until the end of the month to submit claims for timetable disruption
Waxes, shaves and a static cycle ride were among the activities held for the East Anglian Air Ambulance
Campaign leaders say they have not been given sufficient support by district council chiefs
Bosses insist other options will be considered by executives, but campaigners fear it will be a move towards permanent downgrading of services
Residents are being urged to have their say during a two-day exhibition which begins later today
A school chef from Lynn hopes to join the upper crust as she gets set to compete in the regional finals of a culinary contest.
Mayor on hand to open exciting outdoor classroom
Head boy at Springwood is accomplished musician