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Sunday, April 5, 2020
Coronavirus in Norfolk

Supermarkets have revealed how they are prioritising online deliveries in order to serve the most vulnerable customers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Rishi Sunak gave a video Q and A on social media after queries from bosses on Twitter.

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Companies in the middle of the coronavirus crisis are rewarding staff for working through the pandemic.

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Hundreds of people across the region staying at home during the coronavirus lockdown would have lost a link to the outside world if not for the newsagents, delivery companies and paperboys and girls who drop local and national titles on their doorsteps every morning.

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Bosses of a chocolate firm in Norfolk which produces more than 30 million Easter eggs a year are donating surplus stocks to NHS workers.

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The region’s households are set to see their outgoings climb as annual rises to council tax, TV licences and other bills come into force.

The owners of a north Norfolk café are helping to promote happiness amid the coronavirus pandemic by asking people to share their creative works to display in their window.

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Factory workers are spending hours standing close together on food production lines, but producers say they are doing all they can to stop coronavirus.

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An appeal has been made for retired signallers to return to work to help keep the region’s trains moving during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Suffolk brewer Adnams is refusing to let its food and drink supplies go to waste by sharing them among the community.

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Charities and customers have been winning cash as part of a Norfolk department store’s 250th anniversary celebrations.

A financial package aimed at helping the self-employed get through the coronavirus crisis will be announced by the chancellor Rishi Sunak.

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The UK has gone into lockdown – but many staff are confused about where they stand when it comes to going to work and what happens when they get there.

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A Norwich MP has added his signature to a letter calling for pub chain JD Wetherspoon to pay its staff during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Hotels, hostels, B&Bs, campsites, boarding houses, campsites and caravan parks have been ordered to close in an effort to slow the transmission of the coronavirus.

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Owners of a bed and breakfast are offering free rooms to NHS staff drafted in to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.

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A Norfolk MP is calling for a “VAT-style” tax rise on online sales to help shops get back on their feet after the coronavirus pandemic eases.

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Local food suppliers hoping to sell produce during the coronavirus lockdown have been invited to join an online marketplace.

The owners of Norfolk’s Pensthorpe Natural Park have taken the difficult decision to close because of coronavirus.

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Holiday parks across Norfolk are shut from today, but some are staying partially open for now.

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Supermarkets are hiring thousands of new staff members nationwide to cope with an increased demand of services amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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A supermarket chain has created a £30m coronavirus fund to financially support staff during the pandemic.

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If getting beer delivered isn’t enough to cheer you up in self-isolation, how about the fact it’s by a former TV star?

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A value retailer with stores across Norfolk is opening earlier for older and less able customers during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Nearly 3,000 people could lose their jobs at mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse, which has nine stand-alone stores across Norfolk.

Organisers of the Pensthorpe Bird and Wildlife Fair in Norfolk have cancelled the event in May because of the threat of coronavirus.

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Shoppers are being urged not to buy more than they need amid concerns over coronavirus-linked stockpiling as supermarkets in Norfolk see shelves stripped bare.

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Companies that dig up Norfolk’s roads have been forced to hand over almost £1.8m in compensation in the last three years for failing to finish on time.

Owners of a brand new luxury holiday let in a small village in west Norfolk have opened the doors to their most recent project.

Holiday agents are reporting a ‘surge’ in bookings across East Anglia by as much as 30% as people opt to take a holiday closer to home because of coronavirus.

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A new contractor has started collecting the waste, recycling and related services in north Norfolk.

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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.

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Government guidelines on when people can leave their homes during the coronavirus lockdown should be clarified, a council leader has said.

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Norfolk Police had to break up a house party and report a pub to trading standards as people flouted the government’s lockdown guidelines.

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The April full moon is almost upon us, but why is it called the pink moon and when will it arrive?

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