A Norfolk MP has found an unusual way to share messages of support for the prime minister and the NHS during the coronavirus outbreak.
Students living in private rented accommodation in Norwich city centre face owing thousands for unused flats after their university closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A new graveyard could be built at an 18th century Norfolk chapel.
Norfolk’s MPs have praised Boris Johnson’s “dynamism and resolve” as they shared messages of support following his admission into intensive care.
A Norfolk MP has revealed that his brother is “badly ill” with the coronavirus.
A Norfolk MP has called for the UK’s politicians to join forces in “a war against a virus” as they battle the coronavirus outbreak.
Changes to the planning process during the coronavirus outbreak risk applications being “rubber stamped” due to the removal of the “democratic approach”, a village protest group has warned.
Norfolk schools face delays to the construction of their new sites after the county council suspended all its building works due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Norfolk councils and volunteers are being asked to offer support to thousands of high risk people every day, say those coordinating the county-wide response to the coronavirus outbreak.
A Norfolk council has voted to grant itself emergency powers due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Labour Party leadership favourite has warned the UK “desperately needs to improve” testing rates and risks having no “viable exit strategy” from the coronavirus lockdown.
A former council chief executive has been made the chairman of the council of a city university.
The region’s households are set to see their outgoings climb as annual rises to council tax, TV licences and other bills come into force.
A former East of England MEP has been hospitalised with the coronavirus.
‘If you are in need, we will be there for you.”
A group of medical students in Norwich are providing free childcare to NHS staff to support the health services’s efforts to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
A Norfolk council has provided temporary accommodation for tens of rough sleepers after a government edict called on local authorities to shelter homeless people from the virus outbreak.
Norfolk’s MPs have backed the “vital” role of local newspapers in keeping the elderly and isolated informed throughout the coronavirus crisis - and urged people to keep having their news delivered to the doorstep.
Norfolk’s coastal MPs have urged the public to respect the message of the county’s chief of police and called for people to “stay home, protect the NHS and save lives”.
The Broads Authority has asked the government to offer “urgent financial support” after it was forced to suspend hire boat tolls during the coronavirus outbreak.
A Norwich charity supporting thousands of vulnerable young people is fighting for survival after losing funding due to the spread of the coronavirus.
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