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A popular Norwich restaurant and bar has said it will sever ties with Deliveroo after concerns over its service.

It’s not been an easy few months for those working in the food industry. But the challenges have been met with resilience and innovation. Here, we’ve picked eight reasons to celebrate the work of everyone in the world of Norfolk food and drink during lockdown.

Norwich’s restaurants enjoyed a calm return to trade on Saturday, as they opened their doors to customers with a host of new rules in place.

Organisers of Norwich Science Festival have confirmed the event will not go ahead in October, but will return in 2021.

Duration Brewing had been open little more than three months when coronavirus hit.

The Norwich-based co-creator of Father Ted and The IT Crowd has been removed from Twitter for breaching the site’s rules on “hateful conduct”.

Holidays abroad could be back on the cards this summer after ministers confirmed the requirement to self-isolate for 14 days when coming back to the UK would be scrapped for many destinations.

A Sicilian food stall on Norwich Market has set up a permanent home just in time for restaurants to reopen.

A bowling alley is set to reopen as a bar and restaurant while its lanes remain closed.

On Tuesday, the prime minister Boris Johnson announced a significant easing of lockdown. Here are some of the key questions.

Two Norfolk landlords are at the forefront of a national grassroots fight to protect pubs as they cope with the “monumental” challenge of coronavirus.

Mushy peas on the side. Salt and vinegar on freshly-fried chips. Perhaps a dollop of curry sauce on top.

A well-known Norfolk chef is returning to the kitchen for the first time since lockdown began to offer a five-course menu for collection for Father’s Day.

Our corner of the world is peppered with stand-out local produce and celebrated places to grab a bite to eat.

Whether they stood in the city, hoods up to shield against the drizzle, or watched online, thousands of people across Norwich were united on Sunday afternoon.

Stories of key workers’ dedication during the pandemic has been heartwarming at the hardest of times.

As bouquets bloomed and the smell of bacon sandwiches wafted past, Norwich Market made its return.

A Norwich taxi firm has installed ‘sneeze screens’ into all its vehicles to reassure passengers as it weathers the coronavirus storm.

The chairman of the city’s market traders association has said stallholders are “straining at the leash” to return to work ahead of meetings over social distancing.

The combination of lockdown and a sunny spring has, for many people, meant one thing - days spent in the garden.

The colourful stalls of Norwich Market have sat at the city’s centre for more than 900 years.

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