Circumstances shaped by the coronavirus pandemic have thrust charities across Norfolk and Suffolk into an unprecedented situation.
Coronavirus is retreating faster in the east of England than anywhere else in the country, scientists estimated on Friday.
A number of lockdown changes are coming in from June 1, here’s a breakdown of the new rules and what you can and can’t do.
Schools across England anticipate a significant number of pupils and teaching staff will not return to the classroom this week despite the easing of coronavirus lockdown measures, a report suggests.
The majority of care homes in Britain have not had any staff tested for coronavirus, figures suggest, indicating the Government remains a long way off its target for universal testing by early June.
No new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported at any of Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
The region is set to bask in sunshine this week as forecasters predict temperatures will consistently hit the mid-20s.
Twice as many people are being infected with coronavirus in the North East of England as they are in London, a new study has shown.
After a chilly few days, the weekend is set to be warm and dry sparking fears the region’s beaches and beauty spots may see an influx of visitors.
Five more people who tested positive for coronavirus have died in Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
A mobile library has been decorated with photographs to commemorate VE Day.
Hundreds of people in Norfolk have said they are against an easing of lockdown restrictions for schools, pubs and restaurants, a survey carried out by the EDP has found.
Two more coronavirus deaths have been reported in Norfolk’s hospitals.
Scouts young and old are being encouraged to take part in a national renewing of the scout promise to mark St George’s Day on Thursday.
The number of patients who have died in Norfolk’s hospitals after testing positive for coronavirus has increased by 11.
A charity which works alongside the emergency services to search for missing people across Norfolk, is desperately appealing for donations during the coronavirus pandemic.
As many as 30 operational firefighters and control room staff from Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service are currently self-isolating and unable to work because of coronavirus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, Downing Street has confirmed.
Five more people have died after contracting coronavirus in Norfolk.
Eight more people being treated for coronavirus in hospital in Norfolk have died.
A financial package aimed at helping the self-employed get through the coronavirus crisis will be announced by the chancellor Rishi Sunak.
The coronavirus pandemic is posing an unprecedented challenge to the grassroots organisations which support some of Norfolk’s most vulnerable people.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK has topped 1,900 with an overnight increase of 407 - the highest since the outbreak began.
Official NHS guidance is to be displayed at the top of internet search results as part of measures to stop the spread of disinformation around Covid-19.
People with “minor” cold, flu or fever symptoms could soon to be asked to stay at home in self-isolation in a bid to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of positive coronavirus cases in the UK has risen to 319.
More than a dozen celebrities are calling for action to prevent energy firms being allowed to “desecrate East Anglian landscapes in the name of clean energy.”.
Norfolk Day is back - and this year we’re encouraging people to make a weekend of it.
The region is preparing to batten down the hatches as Storm Ciara sweeps across the country bringing winds of 70 miles-an-hour and heavy rain to Norfolk.
For decades he has taken to the skies to capture breathtaking views of Norfolk, which many of us would otherwise never see.