More of the latest cases heard by the West Norfolk bench.
Man is fined for thefts of cash from landlord and landlady's bedroom.
Solicitor entered guilty pleas on his behalf for drug-driving.
Teenager was supplying to pay off thousands in drug debt, magistrates are told
Accident happened six hours after last glass of wine, magistrates hear.
As well as traditional breads and savouries, it will serve speciality desserts such New York style pudding pots.
Court told motorist from Gaywood had to be handcuffed.
A new restaurant offering home-cooked British dishes and local produce has opened at a holiday park in Stow Bridge.
Driver from Roydon apprehended following a tip-off.
Nwes programme gave advice on how she should get started with her new business Viva Vintage.
Dozens of relatives and friends gathered to remember a teenager who died after a street disturbance, as his family claimed they had been 'let down.'
A West Norfolk fundraising group says it may be forced to change its plans for a continental challenge because of the coronavirus outbreak.
New product launches are taking place and opportunities being explored to export to more countries.
A man who travelled more than 100 miles to take part in an illegal activity in West Norfolk has appeared in court.
During the Second World War, Women’s Institute members were well-known for knitting warm clothing for serving personnel on land and at sea.
A mother has told of the impact a break-in on her home has had on her family.
A man who pleaded guilty to seven charges of voyeurism, but denied an eighth, is due to be sentenced next month.
It hopes to gain support from local businesses to sponsor teaching sessions for 12 weeks.
Unexpected sightings of Tundra Bean Geese, a clever trick to help homeless swifts and an extraordinary peregrine threesome.
Here are more recent cases heard by the West Norfolk bench.