With local lockdowns being reintroduced in parts of the north of England and coronavirus cases swiftly rising ahead of an anticipated second peak, people from all walks of life are bracing to endure more potential restrictions in the coming weeks and months.

Frustrated parents and councillors have launched a campaign to push for the opening of two play parks which have still never been used, despite having been there for two years.

A long-running campaign to make a Norfolk railway station fully accessible is finally celebrating success – but it could be another two years until it happens.

For centuries, mankind has searched for the key to eternal youth - but the answer could lie in something we normally flush away.

Disruption from the coronavirus outbreak and Brexit could complicate attempts to increase economic equality between UK regions including Great Yarmouth, a new study has said.

When lockdown hit in March and pubs across the country were forced to close their doors, Peter Ford knew exactly how he was going to spend his time with no customers.

A man was punched in the face and took several blows to the head and body after he was assaulted by two teenage attackers with a metal object.

A life-long Norwich City supporter whose husband died two weeks ago said he would be “really happy for me” after she was one of 1,000 lucky fans to get a ticket for Saturday’s game against Preston.

A lucky few Norwich City season ticket holders are celebrating after they were picked out of a hat to attend Saturday’s clash with Preston.

Keeping a Norfolk parish church open costs over £1,500 a week and finding that money has become more and more difficult during lockdown, it has been revealed.

A seriously ill Hethersett woman has been giving the gift of life to hundreds of small creatures over the past few years.

“What’s the point of putting an event on if you know that, before you even open the doors, that you’re going to lose money?”

Norfolk’s main rail firm has introduced new cleaning technology and more staff to help make its trains safer to use.

Two well-known Norfolk figures who played key roles in the response to the coronavirus pandemic are to speak at a virtual event next month.

The Dean of Norwich has spoken of how the church, the community and worship can develop as we come out of lockdown.

An attempted arson attack “could have had terrible consequences” for the people who were inside a house in Norwich.

Some people living in Norwich may see cloudy or “white” water when turning on their taps this morning.

A weather warning remains in place with thunderstorms predicted for Norfolk and the rest of the country.

A sculpture of a seal with a flying ring stuck round its neck will tour beaches this summer as campaigners seek to raise awareness of the threat posed by the plastic toys.

Tombland would normally be a busy place, with cars, buses and cycles jostling for space with shoppers - and tourists milling about enjoying the August heatwave among the trees and in the shadow of the magnificent cathedral.

A Norwich book shop which helped to raise money for a mental health charity during the height of the coronavirus lockdown was the target of thieves who broke in under the cover of darkness.

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