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More than three months ago, the country went into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A gift from a young influencer from east London, who earned national recongition for her efforts during the coronavirus pandemic, will help to inspire children from Norfolk.

A mid-Norfolk village’s primary school has been rated good by Ofsted inspectors after pupils “talked enthusiastically” about their experiences and learning there.

Claims that alcohol-based hand sanitiser can ignite and catch on fire if left inside hot cars have been quashed.

A mysterious dog mess vigilante has been painting offending deposits in a bid to stamp out fouling in a mid Norfolk market town.

It’s been more than three months since reporter Donna-Louise Bishop stepped foot inside a restaurant. So, as one of the final customers to eat at The Fox Steakhouse in Hevingham before it closed its doors to the public, she decided it was time to make a return visit to check out its new take-away offerings.

It stood in Holt for more than three decades, but took just minutes to burn down. A former employee of Budgens, Donna-Louise Bishop, explains why the fire has left more than just an empty space in the heart of the town.

A service station off the A47 is placing itself at the forefront of technology by opening one of the largest rapid charging hubs to date.

At a time when many clubs have been forced into temporary inaction, one has pulled together to donate thousands to charity - despite having to cancel its main fundraiser.

Dozens of wild and wonderful animals flocked to north Norfolk and descended on one of its villages in a bid to support local zoos.

To commemorate this year’s Armed Forces Day, people are being asked to show their support with an online salute.

Around 40 Catholic churches across East Anglia have reopened their doors for private prayer after being closed for more than 12 weeks.

Bread-making demonstrations, pastry creations and insights into the region’s delicious delicacies took pride of place during Norfolk’s inaugural virtual food festival.

We usually look to the sky to see a rainbow. But the roles have been reversed in these amazing drone shots.

A “beautifully preserved” centuries-old brooch discovered in mid Norfolk has been described by The British Museum as one of the most significant finds of last year.

A former yo-yo champion vowed the show would go on after his demonstration for a group of schoolchildren was cancelled due to coronavirus lockdown.

“I have to leave my home this weekend – you don’t have to” is the hard-hitting message to the public this Easter bank holiday weekend.

Children of key workers and staff from a mid Norfolk primary school have been busy creating a special banner to pay thanks to the NHS.

A care provider has joined forces with a pen friend initiative to keep people communicating during the coronavirus pandemic.

You are never too old for some colouring - which is why a north Norfolk artist is providing creatives with a selection of his drawings for free.

A popular literary festival which was due to take place this summer has been postponed.

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