A team of technicians have pulled out all the stops to help an isolated community of mainly elderly people to stay in touch with services during the coronavirus lockdown.
The UK has gone into lockdown – but many staff are confused about where they stand when it comes to going to work and what happens when they get there.
A Norwich MP has added his signature to a letter calling for pub chain JD Wetherspoon to pay its staff during the coronavirus outbreak.
Hotels, hostels, B&Bs, campsites, boarding houses, campsites and caravan parks have been ordered to close in an effort to slow the transmission of the coronavirus.
Local food suppliers hoping to sell produce during the coronavirus lockdown have been invited to join an online marketplace.
New shops and flats could be built as part of plans to transform a former pub and prestigious retailer.
Holiday parks across Norfolk are shut from today, but some are staying partially open for now.
Every TK Maxx store across Norfolk and Waveney is to close amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Adnams has announced it is in the process of temporarily closing its managed pubs and hotels to safeguard the business for the future.
Supermarkets are hiring thousands of new staff members nationwide to cope with an increased demand of services amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A supermarket chain has created a £30m coronavirus fund to financially support staff during the pandemic.
A value retailer with stores across Norfolk is opening earlier for older and less able customers during the coronavirus outbreak.
A much-loved department store chain which went into administration in January is closing its final stores after retail was hit by coronavirus concerns.
The boss of Potters Resort in Norfolk has taken the “unprecedented step” of closing “for the foreseeable future” because of coronavirus.
A boss of consumer group CAMRA spoke for pubs across the region when he said he feared a ‘complete close-down’ because of coronavirus.
A family-run fishmonger is keeping a town’s rich fishing heritage alive, as it looks to be crowned the UK’s best in two different awards.
A council has appointed a new business development manager to “drive forward” a landmark centre.
As a landmark store’s closing down sale enters its last few days prices have been slashed and pretty much everything is being offered for sale.
A vacant shop and office building is set to be auctioned off.
Co-op branches across East Anglia have begun limiting toilet roll and hand gels following increase demands in the wake of the coronavirus.
The owner of a once thriving pub which has been closed for the last decade has revealed plans to convert the building.
An East Anglian distillery has been recognised worldwide after more award success.
Two hundred jobs could be lost after a council turned its back on an approved planning application to make changes to a long-awaited bridge.
The CEO of Banham Zoo and Africa Alive! is leaving Norfolk to go back to his roots with a new role in Scotland.
Holiday agents are reporting a ‘surge’ in bookings across East Anglia by as much as 30% as people opt to take a holiday closer to home because of coronavirus.
MPs have launched a renewed bid for a “strategic plan” for the East of England’s offshore wind revolution – but an industry expert has said one of the key demands is “not feasible”.
Sales for the tile retailer, with seven outlets in Norfolk, have continued to plummet as homeowners tighten their DIY purse-strings.
A church minister has been labelled out of touch and discriminatory after declaring businesses should not be ‘forced’ to cater for gay marriages.
Thetford’s HSBC is one of 27 across the UK earmarked for closure, it has been confirmed.
New retail units and eight flats could be built in a prime town centre location.
Police across Norfolk now have powers to enforce staying at home and avoiding non-essential travel in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Garden waste collections are to be suspended amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.
Two more patients have died after testing positive for the coronavirus in Norwich, as the number of deaths in the UK rises to 759.
A woman who claimed she had coronavirus has been jailed after she coughed forcefully into the face of a police officer.
A resident at a care home in Hopton has tested positive for coronavirus.
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