As COVID-19 continues to spread across Norfolk, Waveney and the rest of the UK, people are being asked to play their part.
Volunteers disinfected cash machines and handrails across their town after swathes of visitors flocked to the Norfolk coast.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned of organised groups exploiting the coronavirus outbreak, days after scammers targeted vulnerable people in Norfolk and Suffolk.
A discount store is opening early to give elderly and vulnerable customers time to shop in a calm environment.
A high street chain with branches across Norfolk and Waveney has closed one of its stores - but four others remain open.
Andy Williams called it the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the most wasteful.
Prison sentences should be imposed on people caught fox hunting, campaigners have urged.
The energy secretary has agreed to review plans which could see miles of countryside carved up to accommodate offshore wind farms.
First World War memorials across the region have been Grade II listed to mark 100 years since the first Armistice Day silence.
Boris Johnson has been “preparing” for a general election with “big announcements” and “photo opportunities”, according to a Norfolk Tory MP.
Robberies at Co-op food stores in Norfolk and Suffolk have dropped by 30pc since the retailer rolled out a series of crime prevention measures.
Animal lovers came together to celebrate the wonder of pets at a popular annual service.
Officers have seized a vehicle which was found to be uninsured.
Construction work to convert a town’s disused hospital into new housing and a community hub has officially begun.
This warm image of a crisp leaf basking in the summer sunshine has been crowned The Journal’s Picture of the Week.
A clothing company which pays homage to Lowestoft’s rich fishing heritage has begun operating in the town.
Dog poo bag dispensers have been installed in a bid to rid a community garden of its smelly problem.
A school’s climbing wall was finally opened following a determined period of fundraising.
A homeowner was awoken to find his mobile phone missing and a woman crouched down in his room.
Crews aboard two fire engines were “dangerously reduced” as they were sent to deal with a house fire, a union has said.
A multi-agency operation which uncovered dangerous living conditions at an industrial estate was a “disrespectful” act of “intimidation”, according to the site’s owner.
Lowestoft has been unsuccessful in its bid to receive part of a government fund designed to revitalise the country’s declining high streets.
A school gave their departing year 11s a dazzling prom night they will never forget.
Life-saving patrols along the region’s coastline will begin on a daily basis as the summer season gets under way.
Several firefighters were pressed in action after a pan fire filled a residential property with smoke.
A town centre was sprinkled with performing arts magic as a group of school children surprised shoppers with a flashmob.
Officers are seeking information about the driving manner of two vehicles following a collision at a busy roundabout.
A Second World War veteran who served on the beaches of Normandy was remembered with a poignant procession through his hometown.
Inspirational figures from Waveney have been shortlisted ahead of a ceremony recognising educational achievements.
A team supporting GPs in reducing strokes and heart attacks has received national recognition for its work.