A caravan park has closed off part of the Norfolk Coastal Path because of an influx of people “flouting the regulations” and putting staff in danger.
Norfolk businesses have been praised for donating litres of hand sanitiser and thousands of face shields to mental health staff.
“This is a public health emergency, not a public holiday”.
Two of the county’s major bus operators will accept tickets from each other’s services to help key workers and those making essential journeys.
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.
The prime minister has been moved out of the intensive care unit where he had been receiving treatment for coronavirus.
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.
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An event which involves more than 700 horses each year in north Norfolk has been cancelled due to the coronavirus.
The RFU have confirmed the final league tables for the rugby season – which is good news for some, as Paul Morse reports
The highly anticipated Mammoth Marathon has been cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Runners have been urged not to arrange their own gatherings, after Parkrun UK cancelled its weekly Saturday morning events in response to government health precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cromer’s tennis club has shut its doors due to the coronavirus.
Their instruments and voices may be spread out across Norfolk, but the Sheringham Shantymen have shown they can still strike up a merry tune.
A popular literary festival which was due to take place this summer has been postponed.
From Ollivander to Percy Weasley, some of the Harry Potter franchise’s biggest stars have lived in magical Norfolk.
Girl band Little Mix are scheduled to perform at Holkham Hall this summer, but a video interview with one of the members has cast doubt on whether their tour will go ahead due to coronavirus.
From The Killers at Carrow Road to Let’s Rock Norwich in Earlham Park, here is how coronavirus is affecting the big events coming to Norfolk this year.
Spring has sprung, and the beauty of nature in our home areas is more important than ever this year during the restrictions of lockdown. Readers and staff have shared their photos and thoughts.
From Bongo’s Bingo to boxing, staying in is the new going out with these brilliant events running during the coronavirus lockdown which you can take part in from your living room.
From The Charlatans front man Tim Burgess to pop star Bailey May, Norfolk is a hotbed of talent with many big names in the music industry calling it home.
Organisers of Sheringham’s annual Potty Morris and Folk Festival have decided to cancel the event, which was due to run on July 4 and 5.
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