Norfolk Police had to break up a house party and report a pub to trading standards as people flouted the government’s lockdown guidelines.
A further 12 people in Norfolk have died after contracting coronavirus, the largest daily rise in deaths so far.
The ambulance service has told paramedics to keep their uniform covered while in public after reports of people intimidating staff to get hand gel and masks.
Norfolk’s chief constable has warned parents that paedophiles might be poised to exploit the current coronavirus crisis by targeting child victims who find themselves off school.
Five more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Norfolk.
Eight more people being treated for coronavirus in hospital in Norfolk have died.
A man found at an address where more than 500 cannabis plants were being grown is among almost 30 people to have been arrested in Norfolk for a range of offences since the coronavirus lockdown was announced.
People are being urged to continue to stay at home this weekend to slow the spread of coronavirus by councils, MPs and organisations across Norfolk.
One coastal district is still “feeling the loss” of more than 80 hospital beds in the last four years, campaigners have said as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rise.
Schools are being asked to predict the grades their pupils would have got and rank them for each subject following the cancellation of GCSE and A-Level exams.
Birthdays don’t just stop during a worldwide pandemic.
The fire service is urging people to avoid using barbecues during the coronavirus lockdown to prevent risk.
When the government announced that only essential shops and businesses would be allowed to stay open, hair salons and barber shops were among those that didn’t make the cut.
The Sue Ryder charity that has 20 shops in Norfolk and Waveney is on the brink of closure and “will lose its hospices” without emergency funding, it has said.