A Norfolk MP and vice-chair of an inquiry into the government’s response to Covid-19 said the UK has seen “catastrophic” failings in dealing with the disease.
After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.
Fears disadvantaged children are facing increased “technological poverty” during lockdown have sparked fresh calls for action to provide families with laptops.
A Norfolk council has overspent by almost £700,000 on housing and is facing “significant” and “unsustainable” cash pressures.
More than £1 million has been paid out to around 120 businesses that have been hit by the coronavirus lockdown in north Norfolk as part of a special scheme.
Two of the three major hospitals in Norfolk have seen no new coronavirus deaths in the last month, figures reveal.
A Norfolk councillor has hit out at government funding news which will see the county get a share of just over £30m as “crumbs”.
While some have been counting down the hours until the further easing of coronavirus restrictions, not everyone is going to be flocking to enjoy greater freedoms.
Pubs, restaurants, outdoor attractions and places of worships are among the latest areas to open their doors again as the largest easing of lockdown measures come into effect today.
Do not let traders down, that is the message from the prime minister ahead of the reopening of many businesses on Saturday.
New service times, registering who is attending and a continued presence online are some of the steps being taken by places of worship as they prepare to reopen.
Norfolk’s director of public health has joined growing calls urging those who do head out to act responsibly by protecting themselves and others reduce the spread of coronavirus.
In late January, many of us still believed the effects of coronavirus would not impact our day-to-day lives.
It is 100 days since the biggest ever peacetime restrictions on our lives began.
More than half of care homes in Breckland have reported outbreaks of Covid-19, figures reveal.
The ways lockdowns could be brought into place in Norfolk if there are sudden outbreaks of coronavirus have been revealed, with the county’s director of public health warning “we are not out of the woods”.
The government has warned councils against “excessive restrictions” on tips and public toilets in a bid to “support outdoor hospitality” and avoid harm to public health.
A widely-used phrase throughout the past three months of lockdown has been: “We are all in the same storm, but not in the same boat.”
John Killet and Martin Mather, who run the Cheese Shed and Cheese Truckle on the Shepherds Business Park on Norwich Road, Lenwade, supply products to businesses across Norfolk.
Couples hoping to tie the knot once weddings are allowed to resume face shorter services, social distancing restrictions and no wedding reception under the new guidelines.
Vulnerable children are being referred to social services in Norfolk half as often as before the coronavirus lockdown came into force, it has been revealed.
The theft of loo roll and liquid soap at the start of the pandemic forced a Norfolk council to close almost half its public toilets, it has been revealed.
Norfolk’s heritage railways are steaming towards reopening, albeit at a gentle pace.
Enjoying a cuppa while scouting for a bargain at a car boot sale has been a Great British tradition for decades.
Almost £2m could be spent on further changes to how traffic and people move around Norwich and Norfolk’s biggest towns due to coronavirus - and some alterations could be permanent.
Water use has soared during lockdown - by the equivalent of people drinking 80 extra cups of tea a day.
Over the last few months, Norfolk’s families will have had to be inventive in how they’ve entertained their youngsters.
Prime minister Boris Johnson announced an easing of lockdown rules on Tuesday, and we’d love your views on the changes that are due to come into effect from July 4.
Staff at two wind farms off the Norfolk coast have helped the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic by sewing ear savers and shaving their head, respectively.
With lockdown restrictions on the hospitality industry easing next month, campsites across Norfolk and Waveney have been experiencing an upsurge in calls and bookings.