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.
Smoke fills King’s Lynn High Street as windows smash out in a huge blaze that is ripping through a charity shop.
A Cambridgeshire and Norfolk home care company director has been nominated for the ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year’ award at a prestigious ceremony.
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 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.
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.
The past came to the present in Ely when a history fayre was held at the city’s library.
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.
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.
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.