Lynn's hospital is currently experiencing high numbers of patients with confirmed flu and with symptoms of the flu virus.
A West Norfolk man who has raised £70,000 for Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital in six years has been recognised at a special presentation.
The number of people diagnosed with dementia in West Norfolk has risen by more than 50 per cent in five years, according to NHS data.
Concerns have been raised by councillors over a citizens advice service no longer operating in Swaffham despite a website saying it does.
Emergency services were called to separate road collisions near Lynn in which two people were taken to hospital.
A child was given the all clear to spend some birthday time with her family as a break from her 56-week course of intensive chemotherapy.
Plans to raise thousands of pounds for new sensory equipment at a Swaffham nursing home have been kick-started by a local charitable group.
Managers insist Lynn staff will not be affected by the trial, which union leaders have branded a 'sell-off'.
Hospital bosses are insisting there is no immediate risk despite documents warning of the possibility of a 'catastrophic' incident.
Officials are urging people who have been ill in recent days to stay away from the hospital.
People in West Norfolk are less happy and more anxious than they were a year ago, according to a new survey.
A care home in Hunstanton is celebrating after being rated as Outstanding by inspectors.