Seven months have passed since Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital would be included in the New Hospital Programme.
Norfolk County Council’s cabinet has recommended that a devolution deal be accepted and an elected leader put in place in 2025.
In our weekly Friday Politics column, West Norfolk Councillor for the Airfield Ward Pallavi Devulapalli discusses Government influence.
West Norfolk’s MPs have joined calls for the Government to review “excessive” Internal Drainage Board levies by penning a letter to the Chancellor.
A West Norfolk Council scheme helping people to stay at home safely is in the running for two prestigious awards.
His ancestors have been lords of the manor for almost 1,000 years, but a rebellion by villagers has now ousted him from his parish council role.
Community organisations aiming to boost their buildings or equipment are now able to apply for significant funding.
A homeless Lynn man with PTSD has pleaded with the borough council to provide him with temporary accommodation.
In his weekly Lynn News column, MP James Wild focuses on the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.
Councillors have called for a major project to be better tailored for disabled residents amid worries over a lack of adequate changing facilities.
A town council has unanimously agreed to back plans which will see a historic hotel renovated.
A homeowner is battling against his local authority after he was told to tear down a metal wall put up at the front of his village home.
Hunstanton’s Soap Box Derby looks set to take place in September rather than April because its organisers “didn’t mind” it being pushed back.
A pledge to support staff who may be victims of domestic abuse has received cross-party support at West Norfolk Council.
Former prime minister and South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss has signalled that she would support a return of Donald Trump to the White House.
Norfolk County Council’s cabinet is set to consider which of four potential paths to take as a devolution deal edges ever closer.
A new location for a 3G sports pitch will have to be found after a controversial application was withdrawn following residents’ complaints.
West Norfolk Council’s leader made no apologies for trying to push for a better devolution deal when faced with criticism from his Tory counterpart.