Police in Norfolk have so far handed out almost 370 fines to those breaking lockdown restrictions.
When Bill Hall went for a dip at his local swimming pool, he never expected it would lead to meeting the love of his life.
A nature park has been tickled pink over the arrival of their first baby flamingo of the year.
As lockdown measures start to ease, signs of normality are returning in Fakenham.
What do Scooby-Doo, an astronaut and Fred Flinstone have in common?
A trader has said he believes people are well accustomed to social distancing measures ahead of a town market’s reopening.
A 14-hour marathon playing the keyboard might sound like a serious punishment from a strict music teacher.
A woman has described her fear as she watched her neighbour’s house engulfed by fire - as her housemate tried to tackle the flames with a garden hose.
A community centre has been dealt a devastating blow after £500 worth of stock was stolen in a burglary.
The job of a bobby on the beat during the coronavirus lockdown is much different from what it’s like in ‘normal’ times, as one Norfolk constable can attest.
A Norfolk man has hailed volunteers helping to create medical clothing for hospitals and surgeries across the county.
A Norfolk martial arts teacher is opening his own school after his holiday plans fell through.
Carers across Norfolk are providing invaluable support for their residents, becoming an extended family for the people they care for.
The people of Fakenham paid their respects to a local lorry driver as a procession of trucks made its way to his funeral.
A Norfolk window cleaner says he has no choice but return to work or risk losing his business.
Businesses have had to acclimatise to a world turned upside down during coronavirus lockdown.
“If I can be half the man David was, then I won’t go far wrong.”
Hot off winning an award from their last production, one Norfolk theatre company can’t wait to get back on stage.
Despite closing just over a month ago, one North Norfolk deli is back in business.
One Norfolk DJ is raising hundreds of pounds from the comfort of his bedroom.
Tributes for the NHS have been seen across East Anglia, but one north Norfolk home has lit up their street.
A North Norfolk school is once again spreading joy in their community.
A barber is celebrating her 10th year in the industry.
A Norfolk photographer is using his skills to document the lockdown in his market town.
With classmates separated during the lockdown, it is hard to keep the sense of school community.
Market trader Tony Fields has been getting up early for 40 years to go to a different Norfolk market every day.
The priest of Walsingham shrine said he felt ‘very sad’ as plans for the Easter weekend had to be cancelled, along with more future events.
Having 30 easter eggs would be every 11-year-olds dream. However, two brothers saw it as the opportunity to bring some joy to those in need.
Roads across North Norfolk will be closed overnight in the coming weeks as they are resurfaced.
A north Norfolk school is helping to protect the NHS workers as they produce PPE masks.