Magistrates heard the comments revived a long-standing dispute
Magistrates told the youth he was very close to going into custody
Students from the College of West Anglia have planted bulbs at various sites around Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A tree planting initiative designed to improve the environment of Lynn is to be expanded
To mark the first birthday of a community cafe offering a “doorstep service”, a special event was held last week with the deputy mayor on hand.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been spotted driving a horse-drawn carriage near Sandringham today, after he voluntarily gave up his licence last month.
On the Hardwick Retail Park
Money to encourage more use of The Wash
A care company which operates in West Norfolk has revealed its commitment to paying its staff a ‘real’ Living Wage.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward
Police seized music equipment from the site on Saturday night
Members of a West Norfolk community have voiced their frustration after new ‘shared space’ signs were vandalised at a village park.
Police are appealing for information after a large quantity of tools were stolen during a burglary in Walpole St Andrew.
The Rotary Club of King’s Lynn Priory presented a cheque of £1,000 to Headway, a charity working to improve life for people after brain injury
A year-long pilot scheme will see the introduction of General Practice Assistants to doctors surgeries across the county.
Chance for people to put their dementia questions to the experts in King's Lynn
A leading figure in the heritage rail industry has been given a “fitting farewell” with a memorial steam train which departed from Lynn on Sunday.
Councillors say bypass would be damaging to local businesses in town
A new line could connect the centre of Lynn to the centre of Hunstanton in less than 30 minutes and ease congestion on the A149
A mobile phone giant wants to site a mast in a popular area of parkland
2,000 people in two constituencies put names to online demand
Half a century on from its closure, former pupils and teachers of a Lynn convent are set to be reunited in May.
Education chiefs say residents of West Norfolk village will have the chance to see assessments of a second potential site for new primary school
Youngsters in South Wootton enjoyed an RE lesson with a difference last week when the Key to Life trailer paid them a visit.