Norfolk has been taken off the national coronavirus ‘watchlist’ - at a time when lockdowns are being imposed in other parts of the country.
Parts of Norfolk have some of the lowest levels of Covid-19 in England as the rule of six comes into force.
One of Norfolk’s hospitals has admitted its first coronavirus patients in two months, NHS data has revealed, although the numbers still remain very low.
A man has been arrested after a four-vehicle crash saw a driver sustain life-threatening injuries.
A woman has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a three-vehicle crash.
Coronavirus cases have seen a fall in most areas where Banham Poultry’s workforce live according to new figures.
A motorcyclist has died following a crash which closed a road for several hours.
A road has been closed following a serious collision between a lorry and motorbike.
A school in Norfolk has announced it will not be open today, September 7, due to a staff member contracting coronavirus.
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.
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.
Heavy rain across Norfolk meant emergency services were busy last night (Thursday, August 27), with reports of flooding and difficult driving conditions.
Fears that a coronavirus outbreak at a chicken factory will plunge the county back into lockdown have been allayed, as the number of confirmed cases among staff at the site passes 70.
News of the coronavirus outbreak at Banham Poultry may on the surface appear alarming, particularly after it emerged almost 50 people have tested positive out of the 300 tests carried out.
Norfolk’s public health director said she feels confident the test and trace system will prevent a wider outbreak of the coronavirus, after seven people tested positive at a meat processing factory.
The director of public health for Norfolk has warned there could be further cases of the coronavirus confirmed in relation to an outbreak at a Norfolk poultry factory.
Workers at a Norfolk chicken factory are isolating and others are set to undergo testing after an outbreak of coronavirus.
The number of people being infected with coronavirus has fallen in most areas of Norfolk, followig a sharp rise at the start of the month.
Pupils celebrated GCSE results as the number of students awarded top grades surged to record high after a U-turn meant results could be based on teachers’ estimated grades amid cancelled exams.
A man has died in hospital shortly after becoming unwell while being detained by Norfolk police officers, prompting an official investigation into his death.
A council worker has admitted growing more than 160 cannabis plants after falling into debt with drug dealers.
A man and a woman will stand trial later this year accused of throwing eggs and dog mess into the garden of a fellow villager.
A 14-year-old girl who went missing from near her home has been found.
A woman in her 90s has died in hospital following a collision with a 4x4 which was towing a boat.
Car parking charges are to return at council-owned facilities from this weekend.
A man has been taken to hospital after a late-night fire ignited at a factory.
A south Norfolk town has cancelled its annual Christmas lights switch-on.
Parts of Norfolk saw a small rise in the coronavirus infection rate last week, while others saw infection rates fall - but overall numbers remain low.
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