Lauren Cope

The man behind a new pizzeria at a brewery on the edge of Norwich says it has enjoyed a busy first few weeks as diners continue to eat al fresco.

Coronavirus has left Norfolk hospitals battling to keep up with planned treatment, figures show, with the number of patients waiting more than a year soaring by 2,300pc.

Friends and neighbours stood at their garden gates to form an unusual guard of honour for a Norwich man who has died aged 66.

A driver has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash in Norwich.

Small boats were sunk and others seriously damaged in north Norfolk after the weekend’s strong wind and rain.

A driver has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a crash on Sunday night.

A Norfolk man receiving end-of-life care has been sent kind messages and signed football memorabilia from around the country after a social media campaign captured people’s hearts.

A gaming venue has managed to expand its business despite the pandemic, enjoying a busy first week in its new home.

A micro-pub in north Norfolk has enjoyed double success in an awards ceremony celebrating real ale.

A popular Norwich pub has been crowned the best in the city in regional awards celebrating real ale and traditional pubs.

Green grocers and butchers are preparing for a second surge in demand if Covid-19 rules are tightened, after many shoppers returned to supermarkets when lockdown eased.

The organisers of an event which gives hundreds of people in need Christmas dinner and companionship say they are determined coronavirus will not cancel their plans entirely.

City centre streets are once again beginning to buzz, as restaurants fill and offices welcome back workers.

Diners in Norfolk have shown their support for restaurants through their tips, with owners seeing record generosity from the public.

A restaurateur says he has seen more no-show diners this season than ever before, with a surge in demand for bookings potentially to blame.

An esteemed chef in Norwich could be crowned chef of the year after making the finals of a prestigious competition.

A public consultation has been launched over plans for a new business park in Wymondham which could house more than 500 people.

A popular pub has reopened after lockdown with new faces behind the bar.

For many restaurants, the Eat Out to Help Out scheme has been a blessing. But some of those in already busy tourist areas have struggled to cope with overwhelming demand. Kaeti Newport, at The Smokehouse in Ormesby, has spoken about her experience.

Restaurants and cafés in Norfolk and Waveney say they will continue to offer discounts when the Eat Out to Help Out scheme comes to a close as they fight to keep customers dining out.

For almost every shop, restaurant or café, social distancing has presented challenges.

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