Norfolk’s very own running queen Melanie Sturman has completed her 300th marathon, joining an exclusive group of less than 1,000 people worldwide to do so.
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.
A motorcylist has been left with severe leg injuries following a crash in Upwell.
Norfolk’s young people have been praised for their bravery and contribution to society during the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools across Norfolk are being invited to take part in Norwich Pride Schools Week and explore the history and meaning of the rainbow flag for the LGBT+ community.
Two people have been caught with a knife and Class B drugs after the car they were in was stopped by police.
Circumstances shaped by the coronavirus pandemic have thrust charities across Norfolk and Suffolk into an unprecedented situation.
Alcohol is thought to have affected the judgement of a 72-year-man who was killed when he stepped out into the road, an inquest has heard.
An inquest has opened into the death of teenager who died at home.
A number of lockdown changes are coming in from June 1, here’s a breakdown of the new rules and what you can and can’t do.
The region is set to bask sunshine for just a few more days before a weather front brings cooler temperatures and the chance of showers.
Schools across England anticipate a significant number of pupils and teaching staff will not return to the classroom this week despite the easing of coronavirus lockdown measures, a report suggests.
The majority of care homes in Britain have not had any staff tested for coronavirus, figures suggest, indicating the Government remains a long way off its target for universal testing by early June.
No new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported at any of Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
Twice as many people are being infected with coronavirus in the North East of England as they are in London, a new study has shown.
Five more people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
Thousands of families across Norfolk are being sent rainbow postcards to remind them they are not alone during the coronavirus lockdown and help is there if they need it.
Hundreds of people in Norfolk have said they are against an easing of lockdown restrictions for schools, pubs and restaurants, a survey carried out by the EDP has found.
Two more coronavirus deaths have been reported in Norfolk’s hospitals.
A foal has been named Captain Tom in tribute to Second World War veteran and NHS fundraiser Captain Tom Moore, after a after a horse charity held a social media competition to pick its name.
A man has pleaded not guilty to an assault in Thetford.
Scouts young and old are being encouraged to take part in a national renewing of the scout promise to mark St George’s Day on Thursday.
The number of patients who have died in Norfolk’s hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus has increased by 11.
Firefighters were called to a house fire in south-west Norfolk.
A woman in her 30s died at home after complaining of chest pains, an inquest has heard.
A charity which works alongside the emergency services to search for missing people across Norfolk, is desperately appealing for donations during the coronavirus pandemic.
As many as 30 operational firefighters and control room staff from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service are currently self-isolating and unable to work because of coronavirus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, Downing Street has confirmed.
Five more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Norfolk.
Up to 4,000 prisoners in England and Wales are to be temporarily released from jail in an effort to try and control the spread of coronavirus.