Seven more people have died after being diagnosed with the coronavirus in Norfolk hospitals, it has been confirmed.
Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.
Fears that people with motor neurone disease (MND) are at extra risk of coronavirus has seen campaigners call for it to be added to the government’s ‘extremely vulnerable’ list.
The days of quickly nipping into a supermarket to pick up supplies feel like distant memories, with shoppers having to keep up with the latest advice and regulations during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new “family-friendly” radio station promising interactive shows and music to appeal to every taste has been launched in a town.
Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.
Police say they are being called to “too many breaches of the health order” over coronavirus in parts of Norwich - and urged people to stay inside to protect the NHS.
Special constables in Norfolk have given more than 1,000 hours of their time over the past week to help support communities across the county in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
A six-berth caravan worth around £14,000 was stolen in an early hours theft.
Norfolk Police had to break up a house party and report a pub to trading standards as people flouted the government’s lockdown guidelines.
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.
The team leading the county’s coronavirus response has urged businesses to help it secure supplies of protective equipment for frontline workers.
For many parents, guardians and carers of young children, it can be difficult to find the right words to explain coronavirus.
A group of medical students in Norwich are providing free childcare to NHS staff to support the health services’s efforts to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
Three quarters of parents fear the coronavirus pandemic will effect their children’s education, a survey has suggested.
Thousands of Norfolk children eligible for free school meals are to benefit from a national voucher scheme which will allow them to keep getting them while they are at home.
With schools closed and children forced to learn at home parents may well be feeling stressed,overwhelmed and under pressure.
Sainsbury’s has lifted buying restrictions on “thousands of products” to help customers shop for people in the vulnerable group who are unable to leave the house.
Festivals, concerts, theatre shows and outdoor events across Norfolk have been hit by coronavirus, leaving venues and promoters reeling and ticket-holders seeking refunds.
Retailer WH Smith has taken out a £120 million loan to get through the pandemic crisis.
The chief executive of two of the region’s zoos has made a plea for support after fears were raised it will struggle to feed the animals after losing 99pc of its income.
A father and his ten-year-old daughter with autism have called for more awareness for children with learning disabilities and special needs during the coronavirus pandemic.