If you can’t go to the restaurant, let the restaurant come to you.

Hundreds of people across the region staying at home during the coronavirus lockdown would have lost a link to the outside world if not for the newsagents, delivery companies and paperboys and girls who drop local and national titles on their doorsteps every morning.

Demolition of the Marina Centre in Great Yarmouth will be suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

A Gorleston man’s online exercise classes have been getting thousands of views as children try to keep active during the coronavirus lockdown.

A football club is asking the sport’s community in Norfolk to come together and raise funds for the county’s hospitals as they face the coronavirus outbreak.

A new supermarket will open in Bradwell and has pledged to support struggling local foodbanks.

Three people were hospitalised after a car crashed into a ditch off the A47.

Two British Sugar factories in Norfolk are celebrating the coming of Spring with the arrival of four peregrine falcon eggs from two breeding pairs.

A song by a Great Yarmouth duo has climbed to the top of an iTunes downloads chart after being dedicated to NHS staff battling the spread of coronavirus.

Walking the dog during the coronavirus lockdown now doubles as a search for a lost bird after a Caister family’s pet cockatiel went missing.

A resident at a care home in Hopton has tested positive for coronavirus.

“If you can’t come to the party, we’ll bring the party to you.”

A four-year-old with her own YouTube channel has made a video for other children explaining coronavirus.

Local food suppliers hoping to sell produce during the coronavirus lockdown have been invited to join an online marketplace.

Bus services in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft will switch to temporary timetables with reduced services in light of the strict government guidelines on social distancing.

A celebration marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day has been cancelled due to coronavirus - but the event’s organiser believes an alternative is still possible and has written a letter to the Prime Minister.

Video has appeared on social media of police outside a Tesco in Great Yarmouth as a long queue of shoppers stand outside the supermarket.

Holiday parks operated by Parkdean Resorts will close over coronavirus advice - after the company faced a backlash over an earlier announcement its resorts would stay open to holidaymakers.

A pool and gym in Great Yarmouth has closed after the government’s advice over coronavirus.

A woman reported missing over the weekend has been found safe and well.

Bars and restaurants in a number of coastal caravan parks will close - while the resorts themselves remain open for holidaymakers.

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