Steven Downes

Turn off your music and listen very carefully.

Two Norfolk men were caught “in the middle of nowhere”, illegally shipping 10,000 anti-anxiety tablets through Wales.

This is the shocking sight greeting the people of Holt this morning, after a fierce blaze destroyed the town’s Budgens supermarket.

Hundreds of shocked residents have gathered in the streets to watch in disbelief as Holt’s Budgens supermarket has gone up in flames.

Hopes are rising that pubs, theatres, cinemas and restaurants will be thrown the lifeline of a reduction to a one-metre social distancing rule.

It’s not very British to talk about going to the loo.

Do black lives matter to you? Do they really?

When I was younger, I hated it when my parents said “what will people think of us?” when I got into trouble.

Hundreds of homes on the edge of Norwich are being affected by very low water pressure.

Norfolk-born and educated inventor Sir James Dyson has topped the Sunday Times Rich List for the first time after increasing his net worth by £3.6bn in a year.

Confusion and uncertainty are dominating as teachers, parents and the government try to plan a safe return to the classroom for children.

Boris Johnson will review coronavirus lockdown measures with ministers today - ahead of an expected easing of restrictions from Monday.

As the UK’s coronavirus cases begin to stabilise, calls for an end to the nation’s strict lockdown rules continue to grow.

A clutch of new mobile testing stations are being set up in towns across Norfolk and Waveney, for people who are eligible to be tested for coronavirus.

Four men have admitted breaking into hospitals during the coronavirus crisis to steal gas canisters - actions which could have led to operations being cancelled.

Despite being ginger, and short in the serotonin department, I am fortunate enough to have the following:

They would usually be heaving with tourists and locals on sunny Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

The co-star of a cult BBC sitcom has recorded a special video message to cheer up Norwich students whose futures are on hold because of the coronavirus.

If there’s one good thing that is emerging from the coronavirus pandemic, it is the outpouring of long overdue love for our NHS workers and other health staff.

A seven-year-old boy is planning some more drawings after his Captain Underpants comic put smiles on the faces of refuse workers on their rounds in Norwich.

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