Drivers face more diversions and delays after the closure of part of the A47.
An young otter which was rescued from a sewage tank is on the mend.
Not many seven-year-olds get to turn a brand new car into a tiger.
He’s only lived in Norfolk for a year. But Simon Bratt has already captured some of its magic with his camera.
A historic hotel in the heart of King’s Lynn is up for sale.
New technology is being used to help people across West Norfolk to stay well this winter.
Christmas has come early for one student thanks to a garden centre.
Students from the College of West Anglia (CWA) took a skills and careers event by storm winning two gold medals, one silver and a highly commended.
Police are now using ANPR cameras to seize uninsured, untaxed or unroadworthy vehicles across Norfolk and Suffolk every day.
Police are warning shoppers and traders to beware after forged £20 notes were found in King’s Lynn.
A port operator which manages three East Anglian sites is planning big changes to its 2,372 acre land bank through its revamped £3.5bn property arm.
Police are appealing for witnesses after an altercation in King’s Lynn.
Campaigners will be staging a sleep-out to raise funds for a new night shelter in King’s Lynn.
Seven people are under investigation on suspicion of being involved in drug dealing in King’s Lynn.
The former chief executive of English Heritage will be giving a talk on the places which shaped the Tudor world.
A cyclist suffered a broken hip when he was involved in a hit and run collision with a lorry.
Post Office has postponed plans to move one of its branches in a West Norfolk village.
A housing developer is hosting a networking event in King’s Lynn for construction businesses and tradespeople to find out about opportunities to work on major homes projects in the area.
Five-year-old Dylan Frusher got an early Christmas present when he was given £200 to spend on toys.
A fire has completely destroyed a family home a father shares with his children.
Plans are being drawn up for another regeneration scheme for parts of King’s Lynn.
An explorer who has gone missing after attempting to find a remote tribe in Papua New Guinea was due to talk about his experiences in King’s Lynn.
Police are investigating after a thief swiped children’s piggy banks.
Thousands attended the Remembrance Sunday wreath laying at King’s Lynn’s Tower Gardens.
A seal which was saved from the brink of death is on the mend.
More than 100 years ago, they posed up for a selfie in the snow with what would become a piece of Norfolk’s history.
Two men are under investigation on suspicion of hare coursing after a police pursuit in which a car went into a ditch.
A fuel duty switch is reportedly being considered by Chancellor Philip Hammond in the run-up to the budget.
Firefighters have put out a small fire at the Palm Paper plant in King’s Lynn.
Sprinklers helped contain a fire which broke out accidentally at a massive paper mill.
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