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.
A man who was attacked in an early hours incident in Lynn town centre refused to make a complaint, magistrates heard.
A man who was found driving while more than twice the legal limit claimed a cigarette he smoked had been spiked with an illegal drug.
Fireworks companies operating in West Norfolk say they have enjoyed a boost in trade from people planning to celebrate our EU exit.
For the first time in eight years he will be able to undergo life-changing surgery.
The life and times of a former popular Downham hairdresser will come into sharp focus this week for her relatives and friends.
Officials have stressed the idea is at a very early stage and is not a firm proposal, despite warnings over the potential risk to the town's heritage.
A chance meeting with an old school friend led to a date in court.
Here are more of the latest cases dealt with by the West Norfolk bench.
A man who elbowed a police officer when his group were challenged about potential drug use acted in panic, his solicitor told magistrates.
Blogger EVE TAWFICK meets with a woman who works to a punishing schedule: Warning very adult themes.
Here are the latest cases dealt with by the West Norfolk bench.
Refined dining at affordable prices, drinks festivals and live music are all on agenda for the future.
Pair given conditional discharges at King's Lynn magistrates court for thefts
Magistrates fine defendant over drunken late-night incident.
Being homeless has come as a shock for a 37-year-old after recently being evicted from a property in Lynn.
Check out the picture taken in the 'blue hour', the hour after astronomical sunset creating a stunning image of the town as day gives way to night.
The property is now being advertised for sale.
West Norfolk Council seize meat and packaging, King's Lynn magistrates told