A 26-year-old woman who was murdered in Lynn last week has been named by police as Cristina Magda-Calancea.
Chance for young entrepreneurs across the county to gain an insight into how to make success of their businesses
A man has died following a collision in Castle Rising last week.
29-year-old to appear in court
One of Lynn’s oldest school organisations was in danger of folding for good but has been saved by members at the 11th hour.
Guests from around the world attended a service in Dersingham commemorating the losses of one of the most famous First World War campaigns.
Hundreds of pounds were raised for Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital during a music event organised by a couple from Runcton Holme.
New owner has already invested thousands of pounds on new equipment
Group for 16 to 30-years-olds has plenty of activities lined up for coming months, including mouse racing and equestrian tabletop sale
A man has been arrested after a woman was stabbed to death in Lynn last night (Friday, September 21).
Officers are appealing for witnesses following an attempted robbery in Fakenham earlier this week.
Dozens of firms and supporters backed Heads Together event
A former High Sheriff has called on the ambulance service to review its procedures after his mother-in-law waited for eight hours to be treated.
A four-day-old baby from West Norfolk has been rushed to Great Ormond Street Hospital for emergency heart surgery.
Communities without power after busy night for engineers
Passengers given 'inadequate information', says report
Cambridge arrival halted early and scheduled Lynn departure will now start from Ely
Part-time workers and regular travellers could now benefit from scheme
Housing providers and council chiefs in West Norfolk have welcomed the promise of more funding to build new homes.
Residents have described their “devastation” following the news earlier this week that all but one of West Norfolk’s children’s centres could close.
MP welcomes announcement, but says lessons must be learned
A semi-retired North Wootton man has been awarded an honorary degree for his contribution to a redevelopment project.
A West Norfolk village primary school is improving, but further progress is still needed, education inspectors have said.
The new headmaster of an independent school in Hunstanton has said he wants to continue its “academic excellence”.