A 33 year-old man from King’s Lynn remains critically ill in hospital following a stabbing in Wisbech yesterday.
Six Wisbech students were commended for their outstanding academic and personal achievements at a celebratory awards evening.
A plaque has been unveiled in Wisbech to honour the man who brought the Rolling Stones to the town.
Talented students from across Cambridgeshire were recognised for their hard work at a celebratory evening at the College of West Anglia Sports.
A snail race evening raised hundreds of pounds to help fund wheelchairs at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King’s Lynn.
A March man has raised thousands for charity after completing his Mount Snowdon trek challenge in memory of his friend Corporal Lee Scott – who was killed while serving in Afghanistan.
Three Counties Running Club had a great club attendance to show support in helping celebrate 70 years of the NHS.
This is a bird’s eye view of major bridge repair works in progress on the A47.
A grandad who got through 60 cigarettes a day found that his wife developing breast cancer was the only motivation he needed to kick the habit for good.
An Ely oboist is one of four soloists performing at Norfolk Symphony Orchestra’s annual summer concert.
A man was taken to hospital with slight injuries after two vehicles collided in Leverington Common.
Six burglaries in an eight hour spell across Wisbech, Downham Market and Feltwell are thought to be the work of the same person or gang.
A man was arrested in Wisbech on Wednesday (June 6) on suspicion of being ‘drunk in charge of a mechanically propelled vehicle in a public place’.
Traffic was held up in the Wisbech area twice today after the same trailer over turned.
The A47 is closed in both directions after a lorry crashed and overturned close to the Walton Highway roundabout between King’s Lynn and Wisbech.
A woman was counting her blessings today after a tree came crashing down on her car in a quiet West Norfolk road.
A staff nurse from Wisbech has celebrated 50 years since she entered the profession – and has no intention of retiring just yet.
A playing field near Wisbech that had to be closed due to ‘dangerous and diseased’ trees by a children’s play area has now reopened.
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The Government has chosen Wisbech Garden Town as one of 68 projects across the UK it will promote to attract overseas investors.