A Norfolk pub that was initially to be investigated after a number of people were found in its beer garden over the weekend committed no offences, it has emerged.
Designated centres are among new measures being put in place at some Norfolk GP practices as part of new arrangements to carry out face to face appointments in the coronavirus pandemic.
Norfolk’s MPs have praised Boris Johnson’s “dynamism and resolve” as they shared messages of support following his admission into intensive care.
A week before Easter and the seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham would normally be gearing up for one of the biggest holidays of the year.
Three men and two women being treated at two of Norfolk’s hospitals have died after testing positive for coronavirus.
A popular literary festival which was due to take place this summer has been postponed.
A Norfolk MP has revealed that his brother is “badly ill” with the coronavirus.
Special constables in Norfolk have given more than 1,000 hours of their time over the past week to help support communities across the county in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
An emergency grant fund has been set up in a north Norfolk town to put food on the table for struggling families during the coronavirus outbreak.
A young musician brought a little cheer to people cooped up during the coronavirus outbreak when he performed a Facebook Live in his backyard.
A Norfolk MP has called for the UK’s politicians to join forces in “a war against a virus” as they battle the coronavirus outbreak.
Changes to the planning process during the coronavirus outbreak risk applications being “rubber stamped” due to the removal of the “democratic approach”, a village protest group has warned.
Families of north Norfolk healthcare workers will have a happier Easter thanks to a donation from Sheringham shop The Chocolate Box.
Government guidelines on when people can leave their homes during the coronavirus lockdown should be clarified, a council leader has said.
The hard work of a councillor in co-ordinating a community’s coronavirus response has led to her being named Norwich City Football Club’s first weekly ‘Community Hero’.
The Prime Minister spent the night in intensive care at a London hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, but Downing Street said that he was receiving “excellent care”.
Boris Johnson is in a “stable” condition after spending the night in intensive care as he battles coronavirus.
The books which people in Norfolk have been downloading to help them get through isolation during the coronavirus have been revealed, with historical fiction and steamy romance among the most popular borrowing choices.
The Sue Ryder charity that has 20 shops in Norfolk and Waveney is on the brink of closure and “will lose its hospices” without emergency funding, it has said.
Work to stop pot-holes from opening up on Norfolk’s roads - and to cut back grass verges - is to start despite the coronavirus pandemic, council bosses have said.
Norfolk Police had to break up a house party and report a pub to trading standards as people flouted the government’s lockdown guidelines.
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.
A further 12 people in Norfolk have died after contracting coronavirus, the largest daily rise in deaths so far.
Boris Johnson is still in hospital under observation but “remains in charge of the government”, Downing Street has said.
The ambulance service has told paramedics to keep their uniform covered while in public after reports of people intimidating staff to get hand gel and masks.
A Norfolk foodbank is closing down its distribution centres in response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
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.
Norfolk’s chief constable has warned parents that paedophiles might be poised to exploit the current coronavirus crisis by targeting child victims who find themselves off school.
Police were forced to break up a birthday party amongst dozens of calls about people flouting coronavirus restrictions over the weekend.
An event which involves more than 700 horses each year in north Norfolk has been cancelled due to the coronavirus.