These interactive maps are perhaps the best demonstration yet of the impact of coronavirus on England throughout 2020.
Nationwide lockdown? Circuit breaker? Or strive for herd immunity?
An education trust which runs 13 schools in Norfolk and Waveney has secured more than £25,000 to enhance its PE curriculum.
A woman in her 60s was conned out of £60,000 by criminals posing as police - who convinced her she was helping with an undercover investigation.
A devoted mother is unable to speak and receiving round-the-clock care at a residential home after a vicious hammer attack by her abusive husband.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Great Yarmouth continues to rise, new figures have revealed.
A culture of “normalised” bullying, sexual misconduct and substandard leadership at the region’s ambulance trust “cannot go on”, MPs and health bosses have warned.
Thirteen cases of sexual misconduct and predatory behaviour by staff at a troubled ambulance trust have been reported to police, the health regulator has revealed.
For 19 weeks of this year, more than 40,000 people in Norfolk with underlying health conditions were forced to isolate themselves from the rest of society.
More than 30 medical experts including a doctor from the UEA have signed a letter calling on the government to change its strategy in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.
A 42-year-old man has been charged after a vehicle was stolen from outside its owner’s home.
Boris Johnson has urged the public to speak to groups thought to be breaking new rules on gatherings before reporting them to police.
Fears are growing that some of the region’s cherished local railway lines could be axed because of dwindling passenger numbers in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
Emergency services are
urging the public to behave responsibly as Norfolk and Waveney prepares to sizzle in sweltering weather.
Play barn bosses say there is a serious risk of closure without financial support or permission to reopen.
As life steadily returns to normal, many people will be considering days out with family and friends.
Following three of the strangest and scariest months most of us will ever experience, life is gradually beginning to return to normal.
Over the past few months, we have been starved of many of life’s simple pleasures.
In late January, many of us still believed the effects of coronavirus would not impact our day-to-day lives.
On the evening of Monday, March 23, 2020, Boris Johnson uttered that almost unthinkable instruction: “you must stay at home”.
Monday marks a crucial moment for high streets up and down the country.
Skygazers were treated to a unique sight over Norwich as several lights were seen flashing in the night sky.
Elaine Day and Sarah Huddlestone, from Attleborough, wanted to provide a safe place for people to interact and perform acts of kindness throughout lockdown.
People could soon be allowed to meet outside in groups of 10 as the government contemplates the next stage of its coronavirus response.
Norwich has the third-lowest death rate in the UK when coronavirus-related deaths are ranked by local authority, according to new figures.
Norfolk’s three hospitals have reported a surge in A&E patients since lockdown measures were eased.
Holiday parks and attractions across Norfolk and Suffolk are making preparations ahead of potentially reopening during the summer months.
Boris Johnson has admitted his government’s instructions have become “more complex” as the nation adjusts to the loosening of lockdown restrictions.
Forecasters are predicting a dry and bright couple of days as Norfolk and Waveney heads into its first weekend since lockdown restrictions were eased.
Parents across Norfolk and Waveney have slammed suggestions children could return to school as soon as the beginning of next month.