The region can expect a “fine, dry and sunny” weekend, with warm temperatures forecast to continue.
Norfolk can expect a largely warm and dry bank holiday weekend, with temperatures likely to reach the early 20s by Monday.
Wildlife campaigners have urged Norfolk County Council to cut back on how often they trim the region’s grass verges - which have been described as “112 roadside reserves”.
The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the plans of holiday-makers across the region into disarray, with thousands upon thousands of trips cancelled, postponed or abandoned.
Individual headteachers and governors will be given the final say on when schools can open to more children, the leader of Norfolk County Council has said.
Five new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported across the county’s three main hospitals.
Several Norfolk pubs and breweries have taken advantage of a new mobile app offering tipples straight to punters’ doorsteps.
As temperatures soared to create the hottest day of the year, people in Norfolk have been making the most of the easing of lockdown measures to bask in the sunshine.
Two new deaths of coronavirus patients have been announced across the region’s three main hospitals.
A “generally fit and well young man” died with a concoction of substances in his system while travelling on a Spanish island, an inquest has heard.
An inquest has opened into the death of a scaffolder who died in hospital earlier this month.
The prime minister’s proposed route out of lockdown has been met with a mixed reaction from social media users in Norfolk.
Following the prime minister’s Sunday evening address, the nation remains under lockdown, but with a number of slight changes and tweaks to regulations.
Children of non-key workers could be able to return from school from June 1, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in his Sunday evening address to that nation.
It is now almost two months since the people of this country began to put up with restrictions on their freedom – your freedom – of a kind that we have never seen before in peace or war.
The prime minister has said it would be “madness” to completely end lockdown now, as he unveiled a “slow and gradual” exit plan for Britain.
While many of us will have spent lockdown gripped and baffled by the antics of Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin in the hit Netflix documentary Tiger King, some East Anglian residents boast unusual creatures of their own.
The government’s transport secretary has said that he is pledging £2bn to improve cycling and walking provisions nationwide, with the public transport sector preparing for a tough life after Covid-19.
Nine icons of the sky thundered over Norfolk this VE Day, leaving jet streams and gasps in their wake.
As the region celebrates the 75th anniversary of VE Day, sky gazers will be able to capture glimpses of some iconic figures soaring through the air.
The county has continued to cut eerie scenes heading into the latest bank holiday weekend in lockdown.
A person was taken to hospital this evening following an incident which saw an air ambulance land in the centre of a market town.
Norfolk’s head of public health has urged people in the county to persist with lockdown through the “appealing” bank holiday week - as she reiterated fears for our elderly population.
Norfolk’s firefighters have been called upon to remove objects from people more than 200 times in the past five years, figures have revealed.
Norfolk saw more knife crimes than days of the year in 2019 in a record high, new figures have revealed.
Essential workers including prison staff, those in food and drink production and delivery drivers are now able to access coronavirus tests, the health secretary has confirmed.
Waves of applause were sent rippling around Norfolk once more last night as the region again showed its appreciation for our hard-working NHS and care workers.
Police are on the hunt for a 35-year-old man who is wanted on recall to prison.
Improvements at the region’s largest hospital have seen it removed from special measures by health watchdogs after almost two years.
The region’s main rail provider has apologised to passengers after delays to refunds for season ticket holders during the coronavirus pandemic.