People are heeding warnings to stay at home this Easter weekend to stop the spread of coronavirus if a patrol of one of Norwich’s most popular parks is anything to go by.
A stand-off between a man and several police units has passed the 24 hour mark.
Three men and three women have died at a Norfolk hospital after contracting coronavirus, as the number of deaths in Norfolk rises to 93.
Armed police remain at the scene of an incident in Pakefield this morning, more than 19 hours after first being called.
Matt Hancock has announced that every NHS hospital will receive a daily delivery of personal protective equipment (PPE) from next week.
Hospital staff across Norfolk are reminding people of the importance of staying at home during the Easter holidays.
Campaigners have called for second home owners to open up vacant properties to key workers during the coronavirus crisis.
The coronavirus lockdown will have to remain in place for “several more weeks”, one of the scientists advising the Government has said.
The prime minister has been moved out of the intensive care unit where he had been receiving treatment for coronavirus.
People from across the county have once again briefly stepped out of the safety of their homes to salute NHS staff who are bravely battling to save the lives of those struck down by the coronavirus.
A coastal college has become one of 10 colleges across the country to sign up to a national initiative aimed at tackling food shortages in their communities throughout the coronavirus crisis.
A coastal college has done its part to help with the outbreak of coronavirus, having donated thousands of gloves and masks to a hospital.
Three quarters of parents fear the coronavirus pandemic will effect their children’s education, a survey has suggested.
Parents have spoken of the challenges of homeschooling children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) and have shared their tips.
A further education (FE) college will move not just lessons but its entire support network online as schools are ordered to close following coronavirus concerns.
Norfolk and Waveney’s councils have awarded millions of pounds worth of support to firms which have seen trading plummet due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A discount retailer chain which was forced to close all 26 of its stores because of the coronavirus crisis is donating stock to non-profit groups.
Calls have been made to support local newsagents as the coronavirus crisis continues to put pressure on small businesses.
New flats and a café have been proposed as part of the redevelopment and extension of a prominent former hotel.
Lettings site Airbnb has restricted all bookings to just key workers after hundreds of holiday escapes were advertised for the Easter weekend.
Armed police have cordoned off a number of street amid concerns for a man’s welfare.
An artist was so scared after she was stalked by a man who sent her pictures of knives and guns that she cancelled an exhibition, Ipswich Crown Court heard.
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