Drivers have been warned councils across Norfolk will clamp down on illegal parking in town centres ahead of the reopening of shops next week.
No new coronavirus related deaths have been announced at any of Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
Five more patients who tested positive for coronavirus have died at Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
More than £15,500 has been shared between good causes across Norfolk and Suffolk during the Coronavirus outbreak.
For much of the week leading up to this Easter weekend, police, hospital staff and council leaders echoed the same message: Stay home.
Thousands of calls to NHS 111 were abandoned in Norfolk and Waveney in March after a surge in patients seeking advice about Coronavirus.
The coronavirus lockdown will have to remain in place for “several more weeks”, one of the scientists advising the Government has said.
A charity-funded study centre has closed its courses, car parks and gardens ahead of the Easter weekend in a bid to encourage would-be visitors to stay at home.
A coastal town has welcomed back a host of second home owners seeking refuge from the Coronavirus outbreak.
Almost 200 businesses across Norfolk and Waveney have been told they must clean up their act over food hygiene.
Parts of Norfolk could be hit by strong winds of up to 40mph, forecasters have warned.
East Anglian fishermen could get a share of a £15.4m fund to improve safety at sea - but government detractors have warned it may be too late to save some in the industry.