England's football captain has been full of praise for a local student.
The announcement comes just days after the company was given the green light to stay open despite tighter restrictions on movements due to the crisis.
One of West Norfolk's biggest employers has defended itself after dozens of agency workers appeared to lose their jobs last week.
Union says it has been briefed town's store one of 32 to be temporarily closed during coronavirus crisis.
Eighteen further cases have been confirmed over the weekend, though officials say three people who had the infection have now been discharged.
Accommodation has been found for all homeless people in West Norfolk over the weekend to allow them to self-isolate, council officials have said.
BrightHouse, the largest ‘rent-to-own’ retailer in the UK with a branch in Lynn, has collapsed with administrators looking to save parts of the firm.
Police were called to disperse a gathering, reportedly involving up to 30 people, amid continuing concerns over social distancing during the crisis.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary of a garage in Dersingham yesterday afternoon.
A cleaning operation has begun in Lynn this morning after residents were dismayed to see a Lynn chapel wall had been vandalised.
All of Norfolk Police's Public Enquiry Offices are closed to the general public as of 2pm today following the latest Government guidelines.
Brand new accommodation in King's Lynn has been offered out to a NHS doctor for free.
On a day when Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock tested positive for Covid-19, it has been confirmed there have been more cases in Lynn.
West Norfolk Council is "working quickly" with its partners to find accommodation for homeless people in West Norfolk so that they can self-isolate.
New buses running on a key route should be the start of a major improvement to services right across the borough, Lynn councillor says.
A county and borough councillor has said the A149 speed limit needs to be reduced, especially with plans to build new homes in the area.
A landlord of a nearby pub says he is against the road being closed three times.
Two family photographs were found at a bus station in the Lynn area as an appeal has gone out for the owner to collect them.
The future of activities on a village playing field are in doubt after council contractors removed a hedge without warning.
A public consultation on plans for a major new development in Lynn, which would see previously separate parts of the town connected, is now live.
Three Norfolk councils have joined forces to appoint a single provider to collect residents’ bins, in a move that has saved taxpayers’ money.
Online assemblies, bedtime stories on YouTube and door-step deliveries are just some of the ways in which schools have been supporting pupils at home.
As these photos sent in to us demonstrate, students are certainly excelling at getting on with their school routine at home.
As well as learning, West Norfolk schools are also keen to ensure the children stay active without their scheduled PE lessons.