A £500,000 project will see empty space above town centre shops converted into temporary housing to help tackle King’s Lynn’s growing homeless crisis.
Three new support services will be rolled out in West Norfolk in a bid to tackle the worsening rates of homelessness.
Questions have been asked of a council which residents claim went against their wishes in approving a controversial planning application.
Youngsters from West Norfolk schools took a break from the classroom to enjoy a day at the funfair.
Aerial images taken from a light aircraft give a bird’s eye view of some of King’s Lynn’s best-known landmarks.
Hundreds of pounds raised through business challenges and free family events has been donated to two West Norfolk charities.
Children can show their love for their mum with two special events ahead of Mother’s Day in King’s Lynn.
A primary school in West Norfolk is set to become one of the biggest in the region after plans were approved to expand the school.
The beach and a pint on the coast are some of the things renowned actor Tim Bentinck loves about West Norfolk.
Three men have been ordered to leave their home following a three-year dispute with neighbours over noise levels and disorderly behaviour.
A historic wall which has stood for hundreds of years has been smashed down after a crash involving an alleged drink driver.
Police are appealing for help to identify two men and a woman following a theft in West Norfolk.
A pledge to double the length of trains between King’s Lynn and London hang in balance despite promises the new-look service would be in place by the end of the year.
Solicitors celebrated the opening of a new office in West Norfolk, their ninth across the region.
A housing development in Hunstanton is creating jobs for local tradesmen, says retirement housebuilder McCarthy and Stone.
People of all ages in West Norfolk who may be vulnerable or have a disability now have a new champion in their corner.
Four men have been arrested following a police pursuit in West Norfolk.
Improvement works on a landmark 15th century building in King’s Lynn has been given a boost thanks to a helping hand from Friends of the Walks.
Millions fewer journeys are being made on Norfolk buses, with figures showing a near 10pc drop in passenger numbers within three years.
A man has admitted to assaulting a woman by dragging her by the hair before damaging her car.
All the fun of the fair has arrived in King’s Lynn with the opening of the Mart.
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