A talented nine-year-old who plays hockey in Walpole Highway has been picked for a regional tournament.
Around 40 jobs are thought to be at risk following the sudden closure of West Norfolk electrical contractor Bloom and Wake Electrical.
Bosses from the region’s mental health trust and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in King’s Lynn have said improvements have been made since they were placed in special measures.
A West Norfolk man found with an axe, knife and knuckle-duster in a busy town centre has been jailed for 13 months.
An extra £2m will be spent over the next three months to repair and resurface roads at 26 sites across the Fens.
Wisbech made it four home wins in a row in London Three Eastern Counties with a 21-15 derby success over West Norfolk at Harecroft Road.
Wisbech Inline Speed Skaters are looking to build on a superb 2018 season with the launch of a new website.
Wisbech are gearing up to face a resurgent West Norfolk in London Three Eastern Counties at Harecroft Road on Saturday.
Wisbech Wildcats came out on top in the Fenland Cluster event under the floodlights at Ely RFC last Friday.
A woman from Whittlesey and two men from West Norfolk have been charged with a number of offences including child sexual abuse.
Fenland Running Club sent two of its members to compete in the Abingdon Marathon.
Smoke fills King’s Lynn High Street as windows smash out in a huge blaze that is ripping through a charity shop.
Seventeen-year-old Charlotte Brett partnered with Wendy Cropp were the successful winners of Fridays Ladies Tournament played at Wisbech Tennis Club.
A West Norfolk climbing centre is on the hunt for a new location, after planning permission was granted to a scheme looking to use the land it occupies.
A Cambridgeshire and Norfolk home care company director has been nominated for the ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year’ award at a prestigious ceremony.
Wisbech Rugby cruised to a 36-14 victory against local rivals West Norfolk on Saturday at Harecroft road playing fields in front of a their home supporters.
A male pedestrian has suffered serious head and chest injuries after a crash involving a coach in west Norfolk.
Committee member Sheena Hartley of The Well Creek Trust has led the way in giving a refreshed look to the navigation link that runs through the area.
A fresh appeal has been launched to trace a wanted man who has links to West Norfolk and Fenland after he breached the terms of his prison license and failed to appear at court.
A million illegal cigarettes with a street value of £500,000 and a large amount of cash were seized in a series of raids in King’s Lynn yesterday (June 28).
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.