Two men have been found guilty of stealing alcohol from a Hunstanton supermarket after they failed to attend court.
A prisoner, who was released on licence during a five-year sentence has admitted handling stolen goods, but isn't going back behind bars.
A man who was seen relieving himself on a chair in a hospital waiting area told magistrates he has no idea how he came to be there.
Nwes helped him secure funding through the Government Start Up Loan scheme and provided guidance along the way.
Volunteers in a West Norfolk village have joined forces to help protect vital green spaces around their community.
Here are more of the latest cases dealt with by magistrates on the West Norfolk bench.
A man who was offered a pill at a party ended up in court after a tip-off to police.
A post-work trip to a pub to play poker had unwelcome consequences for a West Norfolk man.
Here are more cases dealt with by magistrates sitting on the West Norfolk bench.
Magistrates heard a man had sent pictures of himself burning his former's partner's property and wishing her harm.
A man who stole thousands of pounds worth of goods from supermarkets has begun a 38 week prison sentence.
A woman who drove away with two teenage boys sat on the boot of her car had been 'goaded' into it, it was claimed in court.
A full range of hairdressing and barbering services are available.
The restaurant is being opened on the 23rd anniversary of its well-known sister restaurant in Downham.
A night out turned sour for a motorist whose car was vandalised in an incident in Lynn town centre.
A man stopped by police on the A10 was nearly five times over the legal driving limit for cannabis, magistrates heard.
With guidance from Nwes in Lynn, he successfully secured a start-up loan and is now creating personalised items for a wide market.
Our special investigation has looked into the burglaries reported in West Norfolk between January and November 2019.
In this 75th year since the end of World War II we look back at a remarkable testament written by the editor of the time.
A man who thought he was sending sexual messages to a 14-year-old girl online was actually talking to a police officer, magistrates have heard.