A motorist in court for driving while banned has been given a 12-month community order by King's Lynn magistrates.
No plea is entered as a case of causing or allowing serious physical harm is sent to Norwich Crown Court.
King's Lynn magistrates told of an arrest on man's 24th birthday in Snettisham car park.
Mike and Helen Taylor who established a charity to help Armed Forces veterans have been awarded MBEs, it has been announced.
Aaron Lambert, got a tattoo on the back of his head to match his daughter's brain surgery scar after a life-saving operation.
A defendant was given a one-year restraining order after fight with his girlfriend over a burnt dinner.
A defendant serving a driving disqualification was behind the wheel because his girlfriend had suffered a leg spasm, magistrates are told.
Cobbles tea rooms are opening in Lynn's Hanse House.
The former market stall has now turned into a deli
County transport officials are calling for a plan to offer holiday facilities near a busy road to be rejected.
A woman driving on the A149 was hit by potentially-toxic liquid by attackers yesterday, police said.
Norfolk constabulary urges fans to stay out of trouble during the month-long tournament.
Popular areas will be regularly monitored for signs of species being disturbed by human activity.
The plants were found at a property in the town earlier today, police say.
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded Caring Together’s Carer Friendly Tick Award – Employers.
Full details of the £5 million plan to replace a Lynn medical practice have now been released.
The chairman of West Norfolk's hospital trust has said the case for a new facility is "compelling."
A decision is due to be made today, as arguments rage over the benefits, and defects, of the scheme for the county.
A range of potential improvements are being considered, according to a new report.
Officials hope work which is due to begin next week will make a key crossing near one of the town's biggest schools safer.
Work is now expected to begin next week following a last minute hold-up at the weekend.
Councillors consider how to get town walking and cycling more.
Do West Norfolk Council have teeth to move unauthorised caravans off land?
The new administration will meet for the first time next week.
Seven schools are now part of the Unity Education Trust 'family'.
A parent claims education officials and community leaders are not doing enough to address the problem.
The Kip McGrath branch received congratulations from its head office.
Government officials are 'considering' a proposal to merge two primary schools in the region.