A Norfolk couple, on board a cruise ship which has been stranded at sea, have been given hope they could be on their way home - by United States president Donald Trump.

Planning is under way to create a temporary mortuary in Norfolk, as the number of deaths of people with coronavirus in the county continues to rise.

A consultation over whether to cut the number of music tutors who teach in Norfolk’s schools has been put on hold.

The weekend is set to bring warmer temperatures across parts of Norfolk, but people are urged to protect themselves and others from coronavirus by abiding by restrictions on where they go.

The number of children in care in Norfolk has fallen, with council leaders saying a mutli-million pound investment to keep vulnerable youngsters with their families is paying dividends.

The peak of the coronavirus pandemic could hit Norfolk between mid April and the start of May, the county’s director of public health has said.

Volunteers and health workers can get a new parking permit from today to make it easier for them to park across Norfolk while helping people during the coronavirus pandemic.

An appeal has been made for retired signallers to return to work to help keep the region’s trains moving during the coronavirus pandemic.

Services in Norfolk are coping with the increase in coronavirus cases and planning is going on ready to deal with the expected further rise, according to the director of public health.

Thousands of Norfolk children eligible for free school meals are to benefit from a national voucher scheme which will allow them to keep getting them while they are at home.

The government is to ready to spend £75m to charter flights and get people stranded abroad during the coronavirus pandemic back home.

The daughter of a Norfolk couple stranded on a cruise ship is hoping the Mayor of Florida will relent and allow the passengers to disembark there so they can get home.

Councils have reassured people that they are continuing to collect and empty rubbish bins during the coronavirus pandemic.

Not a single driver has been fined for idling their engines in Norwich city centre, almost a year and a half after the council granted itself powers to do so.

More than 3,700 homes in Norfolk have stood empty for more than six months, new figures have revealed, with the number increasing by almost 450 over the past year.

Ten Norfolk patients have now died after testing positive for coronavirus - as the number of confirmed cases in the county rose to more than a hundred.

It could be six months or longer before the country gets back to normal after the coronavirus pandemic, the England’s deputy chief medical officer has said.

A couple from Norfolk are among hundreds of people confined to their cabins after four people died aboard a cruise ship which is stranded off the coast of Panama.

A shake-up could see the council divisions across Norfolk redrawn, with thousands of people potentially finding themselves in different wards.

Concerns have been raised that an issue which left people unable to open their windows because of a swarm of flies is starting again.

Prime minister Boris Johnson is writing to every UK household to urge them to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

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