Lockdown did not stop children at six schools entering an artwork competition inspired by the Norfolk Broads.
Mobile coronavirus testing stations are continuing to visit towns across Norfolk and Waveney next week.
The RNLI has issued a safety warning to coastal visitors following a spike in callouts since lockdown measures were eased.
A school trust says it has seen overwhelming backing from parents and pupils over its decision to restart some lessons in August.
With the easing of lockdown seeing more passengers travelling Greater Anglia kept trains running reliably despite continuing restrictions, with 95.7pc of services running on time.
Around 2,500 workers are set to lose their jobs at builders’ merchant and home improvement chain Travis Perkins, which has 16 branches across Norfolk and Waveney.
A system to find people who have come into close contact with people with coronavirus has started in a bid to control the spread of the virus and help ease lockdown restrictions.
Secondary schools should only have a quarter of year 10 and year 12 pupils in at any one time to reduce coronavirus transmission risks, the Government’s new guidance says.
The government is aiming to see all primary school children spend a month back at school before the summer holidays, according to its updated guidance.
A prisoner serving a sentence for a threats to kill offence has been arrested after he absconded from prison.
Royal Mail has scrapped Saturday letter deliveries until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A woman with diabetes and asthma who spent nine days in intensive care to successfully overcome coronavirus has said there is hope for others battling the disease.
The Sue Ryder charity that has 20 shops in Norfolk and Waveney is on the brink of closure and “will lose its hospices” without emergency funding, it has said.
A couple face being forced to spend their 50th wedding anniversary home alone after coronavirus wrecked family celebrations.
Temporary reduced timetables are being brought in by First buses following an 80pc reduction in passengers during the coronavirus lockdown.
A school has closed to all pupils and staff after confirming that a student had tested positive for coronavirus.
Three people have tested positive for coronavirus at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, the first confirmed cases in the county.
Schools are taking drastic precautions including advising pupils to stay away for a two-week isolation period to protect against the spread of coronavirus.
Norfolk train passengers face changes to their daily commutes after the railways has undergone a major timetable change.
A seemingly unassuming little blue and white teapot stirred up a bidding war when it went under the auction hammer during a sale at Oxburgh Hall.
It seems like a galaxy far, far away where toys linked to films were a cottage industry and not a multi-billion pound franchises, and where manufacturers and retailers could be doubtful about the success of a new film called Star Wars.
Police have revealed how a man who drove around throwing rocks at passing vehicles admitted almost 100 offences during a two week spree despite limited evidence.
It is that time of the year again when the days start to get shorter as well as colder - and, as the seasons change, so do our clocks.