Dan Grimmer

Watchdogs have warned people in Norfolk not to fall for a fake voice message about coronavirus which is circulating on WhatsApp.

A former car sales showroom could make way for new homes, if plans to redevelop it are given the green light.

Millions of pounds could be spent on an ambitious project to make Norfolk a hotbed for the offshore green energy industry - creating hundreds of new jobs.

Families who lose loved ones in Norfolk during the coronavirus pandemic are facing the difficult prospect of not being able to arrange the type of funerals they would hold at other times.

Police say they are being called to “too many breaches of the health order” over coronavirus in parts of Norwich - and urged people to stay inside to protect the NHS.

Almost £1.3m is to be spent by council bosses to help build a new development of almost 60 home for older people who want to continue to live independently.

Sainsbury’s has lifted buying restrictions on “thousands of products” to help customers shop for people in the vulnerable group who are unable to leave the house.

Prime minister Boris Johnson has spent a second night in intensive care, as questions remain over the UK’s coronavirus strategy in his absence.

Business bosses have been urged to make sure of the safety of their buildings and any staff on site during the coronavirus outbreak.

The books which people in Norfolk have been downloading to help them get through isolation during the coronavirus have been revealed, with historical fiction and steamy romance among the most popular borrowing choices.

Work to stop pot-holes from opening up on Norfolk’s roads - and to cut back grass verges - is to start despite the coronavirus pandemic, council bosses have said.

A revamp could be on the cards for a Norwich superstore, if newly submitted plans are granted permission.

Concerns have been raised over a move to install a 20 metre tall 5G mast in a Norwich street, with neighbours questioning why it is needed in a conservation area that already has a mast in it.

There could be further waves of coronavirus for up to two years, Norfolk’s director of public health has said, although future spikes are unlikely to be as severe as this one.

A Norfolk couple, on board a cruise ship which has been stranded at sea, have been given hope they could be on their way home - by United States president Donald Trump.

Planning is under way to create a temporary mortuary in Norfolk, as the number of deaths of people with coronavirus in the county continues to rise.

A consultation over whether to cut the number of music tutors who teach in Norfolk’s schools has been put on hold.

The weekend is set to bring warmer temperatures across parts of Norfolk, but people are urged to protect themselves and others from coronavirus by abiding by restrictions on where they go.

The number of children in care in Norfolk has fallen, with council leaders saying a mutli-million pound investment to keep vulnerable youngsters with their families is paying dividends.

The peak of the coronavirus pandemic could hit Norfolk between mid April and the start of May, the county’s director of public health has said.

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