Tom Bristow

Food review: We were first wowed by this city centre Italian restaurant, off Timber Hill, last year, so what would Benoli be like with coronavirus precautions in place? Arriving for lunch on the first day of re-opening, Saturday, July 4, we were among the first to find out.

A locked gate has been put across a country lane following complaints about people meeting for sex outside a church.

There were almost 600 more coronavirus cases in Norfolk at the height of the pandemic than previously reported in government figures, we can reveal.

A bid to build a huge offshore wind farm has been held up because of the impact it would have on an endangered bird and a mid-Norfolk village.

Local health leaders will start getting better figures on how many people in Norfolk are testing positive for coronavirus after striking a deal.

It is 100 days since the biggest ever peacetime restrictions on our lives began.

Land outside a remote Norfolk church has become a meeting point for people having sex, leading to complaints from visitors and more police patrols.

Opposition politicians have hit out at a council’s decision to end a probe into a controversial business hub.

An investigation into how a council lost thousands of pounds building a business centre has ended, because there is “little or nothing” to be gained from it.

Coronavirus is behind four in every 10 deaths in some Norfolk neighbourhoods, while other areas are yet to record a single victim.

A parish council is ending a contract with a social media company after it emerged its founder had been convicted for possessing indecent images of children.

Norwich School has confirmed a string of changes to tackle racism, as the Black Lives Matter movement sparks reform in schools.

Pupils at a leading Norfolk private school have raised allegations of a catalogue of racist abuse by staff and fellow students.

The number of patients with coronavirus in the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital has fallen to one, while another 16 who have had Covid-19 are recovering.

The former boss of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital has been charged with corruption offences in Australia.

A parish council has asked the businessman behind its village hall website to “step away” while it investigates concerns about his previous conviction for possession of indecent images of children.

The company which built the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital reported record profits last year, as it was paid more than £62m by the NHS.

Two staff members who help run a council’s farming estate have been suspended.

An NHS communications manager who gloated that his trust “got away” with coverage about the death of a dementia patient has been dismissed.

OPINION: The discharging of thousands of hospital patients into care homes at the height of the pandemic, without testing them, is emerging as one of the biggest disasters of the coronavirus crisis.

Two Norwich tattoo artists have quit suddenly after allegations were made on social media about their behaviour towards women.

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