Government plans for the phased return of live performances have been branded ‘wantonly disrespectful’ by the CEO of Norfolk’s biggest theatre.
Following an effort for the region’s entertainment venues to unite, industry experts have revealed plans for how and when they can reopen.
Across Norfolk and Suffolk, the arts and entertainment industry is in a dire position.
The old adage says the show must go on, but with the county’s theatres having drawn their curtains for the first time in centuries, the industry is worried it might not.
A support package totalling £1.47m has been put aside for childcare providers in Norfolk who have been hit by the coronavirus lockdown.
Fears of a coronavirus outbreak in the region’s prisons have been raised by an MP who says social distancing guidelines are not being followed.
A plant labelled by the Environment Agency as “indisputably the UK’s most aggressive, destructive and invasive plant” is expected to rapidly grow this month.
At least 35,000 key workers in Norfolk and Waveney, those considered critical to handling the coronavirus crisis, are not earning a living wage.
Armed police officers in Norfolk and Suffolk have shot their guns nearly 200 times in the last five years, but have not injured or killed anyone, figures reveal.
We can all do our part to slow down the spread of coronavirus by staying home, but nobody said self-isolating would be easy.
Animal rescue centres are urgently calling for food donations after panic buying has left their supply shelves empty.
The terminal illness charity Marie Curie will stop accepting collections in Norfolk and Suffolk as its biggest annual appeal is cancelled over coronavirus.
As coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country, with five confirmed cases in Norfolk and Suffolk, we have answered your questions.
Universal Credit is ‘plunging people into debt’, campaign groups say, as figures show the number of claimants in the east has risen to 214,000.
‘People said Brexit wouldn’t happen, but look at that. Nexit is the next big thing.’
Nearly 2,000 people were fined last year for parking in spaces reserved for people with disabilities without having a blue badge permit.
Pub chain JD Wetherspoons has confirmed staff in one of its Norwich venues are now wearing body cameras, after a rise in violence and crime against them.
A coronavirus health campaign has been launched across the nation as the government works to prevent the spread of illness.
Children’s safety could be at risk, union bosses have warned as a school trust announces plans to cut over 130 jobs in ICT, caretaking and maintenance.