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The team leading the county’s coronavirus response has urged businesses to help it secure supplies of protective equipment for frontline workers.

Norwich researchers are on the hunt for volunteers to take part in a study on the impact of coronavirus lifestyle changes.

We’ve all most likely seen the colourful rainbows adorning windows across the county.

Volunteers in Norwich will be among those answering calls from NHS workers at the heart of the coronavirus fight on a new helpline set up to safeguard their mental health.

First bus has announced a raft of changes to many of its services as demand continues to fall amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Journalist and broadcaster Janet Street-Porter has said it would be “impossible” for police to enforce coronavirus lockdown rules in some of the most rural parts of Norfolk.

Three quarters of parents fear the coronavirus pandemic will effect their children’s education, a survey has suggested.

An experienced nurse who retired from a Norfolk hospital in 2018 after a 40-year career has returned to fight the spread of coronavirus.

Vicky Wackett and Tom Baxter should be enjoying their first days of newlywed life.

A Norwich man has been jailed after breaking into a shop and stealing bottles of perfume, as police vow that coronavirus won’t stop them pursuing criminals.

Norfolk’s MPs have written to the county’s residents over the coronavirus outbreak. We have run their letter below.

Landlords who have been forced to close their pub haven taken up a new role delivering vital fruit and vegetable boxes to NHS workers.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Norfolk has risen to 17, an increase of six in one day.

On a Friday night, Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road is usually a hubbub of activity.

The boss of Norwich’s Theatre Royal says his team have faced aggression from customers as they work “relentlessly” to reschedule shows.

Details on how schools will operate from Monday are set to be decided this weekend, as final plans are put in place.

The need to distance and, in some cases, isolate ourselves socially has torn families apart.

Norwich theatres fighting for survival have launched a drive asking customers to imagine they’ve seen a show and donate their refund amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The closure of schools and cancellation of exams will have come as a frustration to the thousands of students on the brink of finally taking their exams.

The boss of Norwich’s Theatre Royal says the government’s lack of direction over coronavirus has left the industry in “mayhem” and urged it to go further in its support for venues.

A pub has revealed the measures it is taking to keep afloat, after the prime minister advised customers to stay away during the coronavirus outbreak.

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