The majority of areas in Norfolk have seen a further fall in coronavirus infection rates, according to new figures.
Coronavirus cases have seen a fall in most areas where Banham Poultry’s workforce live according to new figures.
A blockade that has halted the printing of newspapers across the country has been called “antidemocratic” by leaders of the industry and the home secretary.
The number of people diagnosed with chlamydia or gonorrhoea in Norfolk rose by 20pc or more last year new figures have revealed.
Deliveries of your Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News will be delayed today due to an Extinction Rebellion protest in Hertfordshire, where the title is printed.
A further 16 people have tested positive for coronavirus at Banham Poultry, bringing the total number of cases to 96.
A Norfolk MP has said a more urgent response is needed to prevent a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the county’s food industry in the wake of the Banham Poultry coronavirus outbreak.
The reproduction rate of coronavirus for the east of England has risen closer to 1, figures have revealed.
Around 80pc of people are engaging with test and trace in Norfolk.
The sickness absence rate among staff at Norfolk’s largest hospital fell at the start of lockdown, figures show, despite illness rising elsewhere in the NHS.
Staff at turkey giant Bernard Matthews will see “enhanced monitoring” to ensure there is no coronavirus outbreak at its factory - including surveillance of bus CCTV footage to check if workers are wearing masks.
People experiencing minor illnesses and injuries will be able to access advice and care across Norfolk this bank holiday weekend.
Great Yarmouth’s coronavirus cases rose fifteen-fold in a week, new figures have revealed.
Nearly half of new coronavirus cases reported in Norfolk occurred in Great Yarmouth in the last seven days, new figures have revealed.
A new coronavirus test which aims to deliver results within 90 minutes is set to be available in hospitals, care homes and laboratories.
Catalytic converters have been stolen from five vehicles in three days, prompting police to warn motorists to be “security conscious” of their vehicles.
A designated visiting room and arranged bookings are among ways families and friends will be able to visit loved ones in care homes.
How patients rate their GP surgery has been revealed, after a survey of every practice in Norfolk and Waveney.
Police were called out over two nights running to the same address near Diss following noise complaints from an event.
A man who suffered a bleed on his brain “the size of a fist” caused by a stroke is hoping writing about his experience will challenge the stigma around the condition.
Pubs, restaurants, outdoor attractions and places of worships are among the latest areas to open their doors again as the largest easing of lockdown measures come into effect today.
Do not let traders down, that is the message from the prime minister ahead of the reopening of many businesses on Saturday.
Norfolk’s director of public health has joined growing calls urging those who do head out to act responsibly by protecting themselves and others reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Couples hoping to tie the knot once weddings are allowed to resume face shorter services, social distancing restrictions and no wedding reception under the new guidelines.
An extra 46,000 seats will become available on Greater Anglia services from next week as more people return to work.
Families and friends from two households will be allowed to stay overnight in new measures announced by the prime minister.
The relaxing of the two-metre social distancing rule is set to be discussed as part of new government plans today.
Pubs, restaurants, museums and cinemas are set to find out today how they could begin reopening in new measures to be set out by the prime minister.
Joy over being able to spend time with friends and grandchildren, but concerns about logic, are among the reactions from Norfolk ‘shielders’ as new plans are announced to ease measures next month.
The number of positive coronavirus cases has fallen to five or less at Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
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