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.
Father Christmas does the honours
Activists claim the proposed deal is not what the public wanted, however they voted
A man has been arrested in connection with hare coursing offences in West Norfolk.
Ambitious plans to create a community farm in Fenland offering therapeutic support for children, young people and adults have taken a step forward
A Lynn man has secured funding for his disabled daughter’s fitness club through his company.
Dog was found alone in poor state having given birth multiple times
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
Petals normally composted now used in newly developed face mask
Council criticise powder being spread without any prior warning.
A man was arrested on suspicion of drug-driving this week after his car left the road and hit a fence on the A47.
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.
Nine week training programme leads to 10k race ambitions
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
Around 100 people packed into London Road Methodist Church in Lynn on Wednesday evening for a meeting on the issue of a People’s Vote.
Sir Henry Bellingham has described calls for a change of leader as 'remarkably irresponsible'
Mayor on hand to open exciting outdoor classroom
Head boy at Springwood is accomplished musician
Swaffham Infant School pupils encouraged to take up reading through this quirky event
Pupils from Churchill Park Academy placed wooden soldiers at St Faith’s Church in Gaywood on Friday to commemorate the centenary of the end of WWI.