Another eight of Norfolk’s libraries will open their doors after months of being closed due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Norfolk’s main rail firm has introduced new cleaning technology and more staff to help make its trains safer to use.
More than £2.2m is being sought to pay for new cycle lanes, pedestrian crossings and bike parking to help people travel safely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Council officers could be set to knock on doors to tell people to self-isolate, after the government announced a major shift towards a local test and trace system to tackle coronavirus outbreaks.
GCSE and A-level students in England will be able to use grades in mock exams to progress to university and college courses and employment, the education secretary has announced.
Great Yarmouth’s coronavirus cases rose fifteen-fold in a week, new figures have revealed.
Coronavirus cases in Norfolk “are linked through family and social contact”, the county’s top public health official has revealed.
In July, the government made it mandatory for face coverings to be worn while shopping and travelling on public transport.
Emergency services are
urging the public to behave responsibly as Norfolk and Waveney prepares to sizzle in sweltering weather.
Parts of Norfolk have seen a rise in the coronavirus infection rate in the past week, while others have seen the number of cases fall - but numbers remain low compared to the country’s hot spots
As land art goes, this was pretty ambitious - taking days to complete and spanning 350 metres.
After reports the mythical ‘Monster of the Mere’ had at last been caught and photographed, speculation has arisen about how long the 100lb beast has been in Diss Mere.
Students at south Norfolk schools have collected their A-level results following a unique year which has seen no exams taken.
Keepers at Banham Zoo in Norfolk are devastated at the death of one of their rare 10-week old Sri Lankan leopard cubs.
Diss has a reputation as sleepy, with a slower pace of life. With the Mere providing a picturesque backdrop, low crime rate, good schools and historic market streets it is easy to think things have not changed.