A forecaster has warned this weekend “could be a letdown” in terms of weather as bars, restaurants and pubs plan to reopen.
Staggered break times, putting children into “bubbles” and overhauling the curriculum are expected to be part of the guidelines in getting all children back into school this September.
A Norfolk-born star athlete is encouraging more women to take part in sport.
Temperatures are expected to soar this week as Norfolk looks set for a brief summer heatwave.
The two-metre social distancing rule could be reviewed by the government amid calls for it to be scrapped.
A car ended up in a ditch and another crashed after avoiding a wild animal in a series of late night and early morning collisions.
Photographers from Norfolk and Suffolk have joined forces with other professionals from across the country to capture images of families and raise NHS funds.
Bus passengers will be able to see how full their next bus is and even where to sit thanks to new live tracking technology.
Norfolk’s chief constable has praised people across the county for sticking to social distancing rules on the first weekend since lockdown was eased.
A conservation charity boss is urging the government to put nature at the heart of the country’s recovery as coronavirus restrictions are gradually eased.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has appealed to teaching unions to work with the government to find “practical solutions” to enable schools in England to begin reopening.
A former health secretary has said care home residents have paid a “huge price” following the emptying of acute hospital beds in March.
People across the county came out in force for the weekly thanks to frontline workers.
A charity has warned parents living with mental health problems could relapse due to ongoing coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Pub chain Wetherspoon’s plans to reopen its bars and hotels in June as its founder revealed the extent of the carnage caused by the coronavirus lockdown.
A supermarket is lifting restrictions introduced during the coronavirus outbreak on the majority of its products from today.
The sound of clapping, kitchen utensils clanging and music filled the air tonight as people continued to applaud NHS staff and key workers in the fight against coronavirus.
Businesses, education leaders and households have mostly welcomed an extension to the coronavirus lockdown, despite the economic and day-to-day challenges posed by the restrictions.
Boris Johnson is still in hospital under observation but “remains in charge of the government”, Downing Street has said.
An overgrown plot of land could be redeveloped into a large care apartment complex.
Baby and toddler groups are moving online to keep parents in touch with each other during the coronavirus outbreak.
Churches will be using social media and the internet to comfort worshippers and bolster community spirit as the country goes into coronavirus lockdown.
Domestic abuse victims are being encouraged to seek help through social media, loved ones and charities as measures to prevent coronavirus spread are increased.
A film which breaks down taboos about funerals will be available to support youngsters impacted by the death of a loved one.
Train passengers between Norwich and London are facing cancellations which will run into this evening after overhead wires were damaged.
“It is about being loving, gentle and not shying away from the truth.”
An ex-helicopter engineer and paramedic who became homeless was found dead in a church graveyard, an inquest has heard.
A mother-of-two whose life was saved by a kidney transplant has praised organ donation as the best thing anyone can do.
Changes to the way people pay for things have been laid bare by new figures which show than half of bus passengers using First Eastern Counties routes pay through cashless methods.
A baby who was found unresponsive by his mother in his cot died from natural causes, an inquest has heard.
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