A West Norfolk mother, whose son was threatened with a knife, has voiced concern over a worrying trend in light of another incident.
A memorial to Alderman Frederick George Jackson, who was the driving force behind a former community special school, is set to be unveiled tomorrow.
Detectives are carrying out enquiries this morning.
Two artificial Christmas trees, worth thousands of pounds, have been stolen from outside a West Norfolk garden centre.
A Lynn radio station is currently down due to transmitter problems.
Among the activities on offer during the trip are husky and reindeer sled and snowmobile rides plus the opportunity to meet Santa himself.
A child has been taken to hospital following a collision in Downham this morning.
Sweet treats include waffles filled with ice cream and smothered with a huge range of toppings.
The accolade is based on customer satisfaction scores in surveys.
A Lynn man has pleaded not guilty to producing and supplying tobacco in breach of packaging and health regulations.
An in-home care company in West Norfolk has been rated as Outstanding after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
An air ambulance was called to reports of a person in cardiac arrest in Lynn this afternoon.
Politicians vying to represent West Norfolk have responded after the boss of the area's hospital hit out at a lack of investment over decades.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man in his late teens died following a road accident at Swaffham yesterday.
Emergency services were called to reports of a collision on the A47 near Swaffham just after 8pm.
Police have launched a new campaign which they hope will reduce crashes on our roads as the clocks go back.
An opposition leader described legal advice given during a West Norfolk Council meeting as 'extraordinary'.
The Lynn News will be bringing you the latest coverage from the hustings as it happens this evening – with proceedings starting from 7pm.
A public consultation has been launched to upgrade toilet facilities following a recent spate of vandalism in a West Norfolk town.
A town councillor and former mayor has been “completely exonerated” after a resident lodged a formal appeal against her.
A new book, which aims to make the story of one of King's Lynn's most famous residents accessible to primary school children, has been launched.
A Downham primary school’s 40th birthday celebrations have seen all three of its headteachers join together.
Inspectors say a West Norfolk secondary school needs to do better, but its leadership is determined to make sure that happens.
The new programme offers techniques to support children with challenging situations or managing their emotions.