A man wanted on recall to prison led police on a hunt through a West Norfolk village yesterday.
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.
A woman was counting her blessings today after a tree came crashing down on her car in a quiet West Norfolk road.
People are being given a chance to help shape a major development of 1,500 homes and a primary school, to the south of Walsoken, to be built over the next 15 years.
When Leverington youth worker Carly Hain received an invitation to the Royal wedding, she thought it was a scam.
The care and treatment of a Marshland St James grandmother at a cancer care unit has led her family to set out on a fundraising mission.
A West Norfolk based American football team, now coached by a Soham man, are on the hunt for players to bring their dream of qualifying into the British American Football Association (BAFA) national league a reality.
A series of excellent individual and league performances has seen Wisbech Swimming Club continuing the winning ways that took it to victory in last year’s prestigious Junior Fenland League.
Twenty staff members at a Wisbech firm will run 10km with the aim of raising £2,500 for a charity that’s close to their heart.
The March Marlins Swimming Club stacked up 95 personal bests, five golds, 20 silvers and 19 bronze medals at the West Norfolk open meet.
The Wisbech Wildcats kicked of the weekend of rugby on Friday evening returning to West Norfolk for the second ‘Friday night under the lights’ match.
The Wisbech Wildcats held a minute’s silence for the recent passing of Paul Wuttke, former player, captain and committee member.
Ely Tigers rugby club picked up a scrappy bonus point win in muddy conditions at home against West Norfolk.
A petition has been launched by concerned residents in a bid to save a vital Fenland bus service that is at risk.
King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Pride are proud to announce the first LGBT+ history month event in King’s Lynn later this month.
Wisbech’s first London Division Three Eastern Counties clash of 2018 ended in a narrow defeat last Saturday.
A pub landlord says he is still open for business despite being hit with a triple whammy of reasons why some people are having to make a 60 mile round trip to get to the village.
A number of electronic items, including an iPad, and cash were stolen from a house in West Norfolk.
Students at the Meadowgate Academy are thanking listeners of King’s Lynn-based radio station KLFM for their generosity over the Christmas period.
There are calls for the railway line to King’s Lynn to be dualled as proposed timetable changes will leave passengers facing longer journey times.
The Wisbech and District Historic Vehicle Club (WDHVC) has presented £800 to local good causes.
A Fenland based medieval re-enactment group has been bringing the past back to life to raise vital funds for two local causes.
Six inspirational women are sharing their stories of life after breast cancer to show the positive side of recovery for others going through the same journey.
Upwell stroke survivor Shirley Willcox, 81, is one of thousands backing a national campaign to raise awareness of aphasia.
On farmland at the old RAF Downham Market site a vision of the future was meant to take shape, employing 6,000 people and finding cures to deadly diseases.
Recovery work is under way today after a 44 tonne lorry veered into a West Norfolk river.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has given his commitment into making the Ely North junction upgrade a priority for the Department for Transport.
A West Norfolk nurse is raising awareness to ensure patients facing death fulfil their final wishes.
A trainee bricklayer from Marshland St James is among three apprentices kick starting their construction careers through a major new homes development in King’s Lynn.
A charity book sale will be held at Hilgay Village Hall on Sunday October 15.