Chris Bishop

Two penguins are celebrating the pitter patter of tiny flippers after hatching an egg during lockdown.

A circular saw and electric drill have been stolen in a burglary.

Councillors are being urged to rethink plans to close a seaside town’s tourist information centre.

Prince William dropped into a Norfolk pub for a plate of chips and a glass of cider, to find out how it was gearing up to reopen on Saturday.

Part of a busy road will be closed for three weeks for resurfacing.

A cat and six kittens are on their way to new homes after being found abandoned.

A seaside town is set to welcome back the holidaymakers as lockdown rules are relaxed this weekend.

A woman says she is still in shock after a car crashed into her house leaving it badly-damaged.

A councillor has stepped down from a senior role because he is feeling his age.

People in locked-down Leicester are being warned to stay away from the Norfolk coast as seaside attractions prepare to reopen on “Super Saturday”.

A drink driver got stuck when he tried to evade police by climbing into the back seat of his car.

Temperature checks will be carried out on visitors when a popular seaside attraction reopens.

The death of a woman whose body was found on Sunday is not being treated as suspicious.

Year 10 students at nine secondary schools across Norfolk and Waveney have started Saturday catch-up classes and will be returning early from their summer holidays, to make up for lessons lost during lockdown.

King’s Lynn Town Hall was turned blue and gold in honour of the town’s newly-promoted football club.

More than 30 new homes look set to be built on part of a seafront car park.

Two of East Anglia’s major zoos hope part of a £100m government rescue package will help them survive the coronavirus.

The Royal Navy’s newest aircraft carriers and their Norfolk-based warplanes are setting sail without the radar designed to play ‘a key part’ in protecting them, warns a new report.

Traditional seaside B&B’s are preparing to welcome back guests after lockdown eases.

Almost 1,000 trees have been planted along rivers in west Norfolk and the Fens.

Water use has soared during lockdown - by the equivalent of people drinking 80 extra cups of tea a day.

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