Three men who tested positive for coronavirus have died at a Norfolk hospital.
Boat operators are swimming against the trading tide and predicting a tremendous year in 2021, as Covid fears force people to look closer to home for their holidays.
More venues across Norfolk and Suffolk are to receive a share of more than £2.7m funding to keep them open.
“Clearer, stronger measures” including the wearing of face masks in offices and other workplaces have been called for by the British Medical Association.
There were 365 new coronavirus cases in total across Norfolk over the past week, new figures have revealed.
Warnings of extra lockdown measures in Great Yarmouth appear to have been heeded as the reported rate of infection in the town has fallen for the second day running.
Norfolk is being being hit by winds of up to 70mph and lashed by heavy rain today.
Around four in 10 patients are still not seeing a doctor face-to-face in Norfolk and Waveney, but GPs are working harder than ever to answer patients request says a Norfolk doctor.
More beds and “well-rehearsed plans” are among the measures Norfolk’s hospitals say are place to deal with a potential rise in coronavirus cases.
Britain could face 50,000 new coronavirus cases a day by mid-October if the current rate of infection is not halted warn the county’s two leading health advisors.
The majority of areas in Norfolk have seen a further fall in coronavirus infection rates, according to new figures.
Coronavirus cases have seen a fall in most areas where Banham Poultry’s workforce live according to new figures.
A blockade that has halted the printing of newspapers across the country has been called “antidemocratic” by leaders of the industry and the home secretary.
A service that has helped more than 1,000 patients living with life-limiting illnesses in its first year has been praised for its personal service helping families requiring palliative care.
The number of people diagnosed with chlamydia or gonorrhoea in Norfolk rose by 20pc or more last year new figures have revealed.
Deliveries of your Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News will be delayed today due to an Extinction Rebellion protest in Hertfordshire, where the title is printed.
The reproduction rate of coronavirus for the east of England has risen closer to 1, figures have revealed.
The sickness absence rate among staff at Norfolk’s largest hospital fell at the start of lockdown, figures show, despite illness rising elsewhere in the NHS.
Great Yarmouth’s coronavirus cases rose fifteen-fold in a week, new figures have revealed.
Nearly half of new coronavirus cases reported in Norfolk occurred in Great Yarmouth in the last seven days, new figures have revealed.
More than 1,000 patients living with life-limiting illnesses have received free specialist palliative care across coastal communities in the first year of a community health partnership.
A new coronavirus test which aims to deliver results within 90 minutes is set to be available in hospitals, care homes and laboratories.
Summer is in full swing on the Norfolk Broads as boat and holiday operators see such a surge in visitors there are “not enough boats”.
A designated visiting room and arranged bookings are among ways families and friends will be able to visit loved ones in care homes.
How patients rate their GP surgery has been revealed, after a survey of every practice in Norfolk and Waveney.
“Robust” plans are being put in place across Norfolk’s health services in preparation for a second wave of coronavirus on top of winter pressures.
Pubs, restaurants, outdoor attractions and places of worships are among the latest areas to open their doors again as the largest easing of lockdown measures come into effect today.
Do not let traders down, that is the message from the prime minister ahead of the reopening of many businesses on Saturday.
Couples hoping to tie the knot once weddings are allowed to resume face shorter services, social distancing restrictions and no wedding reception under the new guidelines.
An extra 46,000 seats will become available on Greater Anglia services from next week as more people return to work.