These interactive maps are perhaps the best demonstration yet of the impact of coronavirus on England throughout 2020.
The county’s health chief says coronavirus cases are stabilising as Norfolk was declared “open for business” ahead of the half term break.
Staff from a community radio station conquered a sponsored cycle to raise funds for two good causes.
A former music teacher has seen off nationwide competition which encouraged artistic creativity among older people during lockdown.
Thirty-three villages and 6,500 properties have been earmarked for hyperfast broadband - providing speeds up to 20 times faster than the national average.
Campers who left behind their rubbish in woodland have been fined and ordered to write a letter of apology.
Nationwide lockdown? Circuit breaker? Or strive for herd immunity?
A south Norfolk primary school is set to welcome a new headteacher.
A tenant suffering with asthma has been left “mentally drained” by what he claims is a lack of action over mould growing in his new-build home.
Two of south Norfolk’s cultural gems have received a crucial cash boost to help offset the financial implications of the coronavirus crisis.
A jewel in Norfolk’s crown which celebrates the county’s history and forms a crucial community hub has secured a “lifesaving” financial boost.
An animal rescue centre has ended its petition which called on Walkers to reverse a controversial change to its crisp packet recycling scheme.
A floral tribute has been left at the scene of a collision which killed a man in his 30s.
A 21-year-old man has been charged in connection with a variety of fraud which sees criminals pose as police officers.
Four men have been arrested and six dogs seized in connection with hare coursing.
A family’s quest to spread joy across Norfolk through art is continuing as their town gets ready to mark World Mental Health Day.
A woman in her 60s was conned out of £60,000 by criminals posing as police - who convinced her she was helping with an undercover investigation.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Great Yarmouth continues to rise, new figures have revealed.
Live theatre is finally returning to a popular venue which was left struggling in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
An animal rescue centre has launched a petition calling on Walkers to reverse a decision which has decimated crucial funding for the charity.
A countryside retreat where visitors can camp in wild surroundings has unveiled plans to expand.
A culture of “normalised” bullying, sexual misconduct and substandard leadership at the region’s ambulance trust “cannot go on”, MPs and health bosses have warned.
Thirteen cases of sexual misconduct and predatory behaviour by staff at a troubled ambulance trust have been reported to police, the health regulator has revealed.
A loyal shop worker is set to retire following 35 years in the job she joined straight from school.
A woman in her 50s has died after a four-vehicle crash which happened earlier this month.
A medieval Scottish coin has been declared treasure after its discovery in a Norfolk field.
A town centre supermarket is set to reopen following refurbishment work.
For 19 weeks of this year, more than 40,000 people in Norfolk with underlying health conditions were forced to isolate themselves from the rest of society.
More than 30 medical experts including a doctor from the UEA have signed a letter calling on the government to change its strategy in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Norfolk teenager has become one of the country’s youngest town councillors.
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