A rescue centre has taken in more than 100 seal pups orphaned by the recent floods.
A West Norfolk railway station is being made fit for a Queen with the aid of a revamp.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn has been criticised by the CQC for poor care and a lack of staffing.
After the region was hit with a severe storm surge last week, a wildlife centre in Kings Lynn say they're now in crisis with hundreds of injured seals needing rehabilitation.
The East Winch Wildlife Centre are asking visitors to the area to not interfere with the pups and to allow the colony to recover naturally. Staff at the centre are urging for help and donations, as they're now at full capacity.
One lane is closed eastbound on the A47 at King's Lynn in Norfolk. This is because of emergency repairs to the road surface, just before the bridge over the River Great Ouse.
It's a story that's based in tragedy but thanks to the strength of character and determination of one woman, it's now managed to put a smile on on hundreds of young faces.
Nikki Scott lost her husband Corporal Lee Scott who was killed in action leaving Nikki and her 2 young children to cope alone.
Nikki went on to set up 'Scotty's Little soldiers', a charity aimed at giving children whose fathers have been killed in service a lift in a variety of forms.
Click below to watch Nikki's chat with Jonathan Wills and Becky Jago
A charity set up by the widow of a soldier from King's Lynn has raised more than one-million pounds.
Nikki Scott began 'Scotty's Little Soldiers' in 2010 after her husband Corporal Lee Scott died while serving in Afghanistan.
The charity set up in Lee's name helps children who've lost parents serving in the armed forces.
Norfolk County Council has finally approved plans to go ahead with the controversial incinerator at King's Lynn.
Following a full council meeting yesterday, the cabinet agreed to continue trying to get planning permission.
If they had refused, they would have faced a multi million pound compensation bill.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout
Norfolk County Council has today approved plans to go ahead with the controversial incinerator at King's Lynn.
Following a full council meeting yesterday the cabinet agreed to continue trying to get planning permission.
If they had refused, they would have faced a £26 million compensation bill to the contractors. The final decision now lies with central government.
Norfolk County Council leader George Nobbs believes that the Council had no choice but to press on with the plans.
Norfolk County Council cabinet has given their final approval to plans for an incinerator in King's Lynn. They voted overwhelmingly in favour of going ahead with the project following a full council meeting yesterday.
The council were in danger of incurring a very large fine of £26 million if they pulled out of the deal with contractors, Cory Environmental Ltd and Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.
Following concerns that this would bankrupt the council reserves, it was decided there was no other option but to approve the plans.
The planning application now lies with the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, who has said he will make his decision before the middle of January 2014
Controversial plans to build an incinerator on the outskirts of King's Lynn have moved a step closer, after Norfolk County Councillors narrowly voted in favour of the project.
The incinerator's been the subject of heated debate for years, with either side claiming huge financial implications, whether it's built or not. But as Jim Rice reports, today's 'yes' vote is far from the end of the story.
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