Health chiefs are warning people to wear sunscreen after nearly 60 people needed treatment for sunburn in West Norfolk last year.
Police have seized a vehicle they believe to be linked to crimes.
West Norfolk’s annual registration exercise will be taking place from the end of July onwards with publication of a revised register of electors following on December 1.
Young footballers and Olympic champions of the future donned their sports gear for this year’s Downham Games.
A school took legal action against the education watchdog after it was branded inadequate.
Work has begun on a major £4.5m expansion which is set to make a school into one of the region’s biggest primaries.
Thousands flocked to Stradsett Country and Craft Show over the weekend.
A woman staggered out of a pub and asked police for a lift home.
Primary school children are playing their part in a project to cut food waste.
A couple who have run a popular hotel in the heart of a Norfolk town for more than 25 years are selling up.
People in West Norfolk are being urged to support hard working doctors and nurses over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
A new drive is being held to dispel some of the myths surrounding dementia in a bid to encourage more people who are concerned about their health to visit a doctor.
The family of a man who died in 2010 continue to urge anyone with information about his death to come forward.
A fire station which burned down is being replaced with a new blue light hub.
Trinity Rotary Club, The Magpie Centre for Riding for the Disabled and the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service are organising a charity 10k run and walk.
Three schools entered a competition to design the medals for this year’s Downham Market Games.
Plans for 240 homes on the edge of Downham Market have been given the go-ahead.
The A10 has been closed after a crash involving three vehicles.
A road bridge or underpass will now be needed as part of long-awaited improvements to the worst bottleneck on the region’s railway network.
Plans for 240 new homes on the edge of Downham market look set to get the go-ahead.
A popular family-run record store will be shutting up shop after 45 years.
Passengers have been promised fewer delays and more reliable services by the country’s biggest rail franchise.
Money saved by closing a town’s police station and making PCSOs redundant have made more resources available for front line policing, a public meeting heard tonight.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner and Chief Constable will be answering questions from the public at a special event in West Norfolk next week.
Common cranes have bred for the first time at the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust’s Welney Wetland Centre.
Two men have been arrested over the unsolved death of a man eight years ago.
A buzzard found dead in the West Norfolk Fens was not shot.
A new sport has been added to the growing line up of activities taking place at this year’s Downham Games.
Years ago, people in the Fens lay awake and worried about flooding. Nowadays, Dan Pollard stays up all night to stop it happening.
One of Norfolk’s prettiest stations now has a bijou buffet.
The RSPCA is caring for 12 rabbits after 17 were dumped in cages which were thrown into a roadside ditch.
A Norfolk MP paid a visit to a West Norfolk brewery to shine a spotlight on the area’s tourism industry during English Tourism Week.
A new community fridge in a West Norfolk town will help tackle food waste and aid families living in food poverty.
Revised charges at a group of West Norfolk leisure centres go live from Monday.
Three friends from Norfolk who have all experienced struggles with mental health have launched website to offer advice to others suffering in a similar way.
A new JD Wetherspoon pub is set to open in a historic building in West Norfolk which has remained closed for nearly three years.
Police are investigating two burglaries in Downham Market.
While hundreds of schools were closed across the region because of the weather, one was determined to go the extra mile for pupils.
The Fairy Fair is returning to Norfolk, bringing magical events to two new venues.
Trains are running as normal in West Norfolk, after five days of disruption.
One of the region’s biggest vintage rallies has won a reprieve.
Fire investigators are tonight trying to establish the cause of a blaze which left a home severely damaged.
Two drivers face six points on their licence and a £200 fine after failing to spot a marked police patrol car.
It sat on a mantlepiece for years undisturbed. Which was probably just as well, because it could have exploded at any time.
Train travellers will soon be on track for a new refreshment stop.
Do you recognise this man..? Police want to talk to him about thefts from three shops in West Norfolk.
A popular family-focused games event has officially launched in Downham Market, now in it’s seventh year.
Strenghtening a bridge will help ease delays on train services between King’s Lynn and Ely.
Thousands of leisure centre users in West Norfolk could face higher charges for sports facilities.
A wallet and cash were stolen in a burglary in Downham Market.
A new defibrillator serving Downham Market will be installed outside Hillcrest Primary School.
Homeless women and those on low incomes in West Norfolk will benefit from the extension of a service set up to provide free sanitary products at libraries.
Plans for 250 new homes on the outskirts of Downham Market have been turned down.
Controversial plans for 250 new homes on the outskirts of Downham Market look set to get the go-ahead today.
Controversial plans for 250 new homes on the outskirts of Downham Market look set to get the go-ahead.
Police are warning householders after an increase in thefts of heating fuel.
Downham Market Rotary held its annual Technology Tournament in the Town Hall.
A Downham Market teenager and her friends have raised more than £1,000 to help young patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A school in the Fens requires improvement, says the education watchdog.
A man has been charged after a number of incidents in Stoke Ferry earlier this week.
A popular pub on a station platform is set to re-open.
Drivers will face diversions during modications to one of the most important sluices in the Fens.
A student turned from a class troublemaker to a role model in his school, all whilst overcoming attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Tornado squadrons from RAF Marham have been awarded special battle honours for raids on Libya.
Three new Public Spaces Protection Orders which will restrict alcohol consumption in areas of King’s Lynn, Hunstanton and Downham Market are now in force.
Three people who attended an unlicensed music event at Barton Bendish, between Swaffham and Downham Market at the weekend have been arrested.
Galileo used his telescope to scan the stars. Now police working on an operation named after him use drones to scan the Fens for hare coursers.
Pupils got a cinema trip to reward them for their school work or good behaviour.
A number of electrical items, a purse and wallet were stolen from a propety in Outwell.
Wreckage of a British Second World War aircraft which disappeared on a mission to Norway has been discovered in the North Sea.
Fund raising events held at the Downham Home and Garden store have raised more than £9,000 for cancer care at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A car was stolen after its keys were stolen in a burglary.
Look away now if you’re scared of creepy crawlies..
Farmers’ leaders fear there will be an increase in hare coursing after the harvest.
The public are growing concerned at the lack of police resources, Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner heard when he held a supermarket surgery.
Labour came close to matching the Conservatives’ spending on campaign materials in South West Norfolk - but the Tories still won double their votes when it came to the crunch.
Council offices in two towns look set to close because few people use them.
Police made 22 arrests and seized 36 vehicles in a crackdown on countryside crime last month.
Students at Downham Market Academy have graduated in a special team building and leadership programme run in conjunction with RAF Marham.
New train timetables mean travelling between King’s Lynn and London will take longer.
A waste disposal company is under investigation after villagers were plagued with flies.
The head of the trust which has taken over Downham Market Academy says it will take a “hands-on” approach to getting it out of special measures.
The new trust which will oversee a failing academy has been revealed today.
An MP has called for new leadership at a failing secondary school.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for King’s Lynn and West Norfolk.
A supermarket chain is investigating a fatal collision involving one of its lorries.
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