A newborn baby died after a complicated birth involving a failed forcep delivery and emergency caesarean at a Norfolk hospital, an inquest has heard.
An inquest has begun into the death of a newborn baby who died at the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston after a series of birth complications.
A Norfolk museum has announced it will not be reopening this year saying it has to put the health of its visitors and 70-strong group of volunteers first.
A 37-year-old man who was found in woods in North Norfolk took his own life, an inquest has heard.
Playgrounds in a Norfolk village remained closed over the weekend, despite the government giving the go ahead from them to open from July 4.
A charity which offers free legal advice to people in Norfolk has there is a risk of inequalities which have been worsened by the pandemic becoming “more entrenched” if action is not taken.
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) has reported one of its busiest nights in four weeks.
Almost all of Norfolk’s Catholic churches have re-opened their doors for collective public worship over the weekend following the relaxation of government guidelines.
A man is in custody and a boat was seized following a dramatic incident on the Norfolk Broads.
Norwich’s pubs have served their first pints in almost four months, but the experience of visiting a pub in July is vastly different to that of three months ago.
A family of six has been pictured queuing outside a Norfolk pub keenly awaiting the reopening of the nation’s watering holes this weekend.
One of Norwich’s most well-known land marks is going to be lit up in blue light on Saturday evening in an act of remembrance.
Norwich Cathedral is looking forward to resuming public worship and reopening the historic building to general visitors this weekend.
Police are reverting to pre-pandemic levels of Saturday night staffing as they urge those heading out to pubs this weekend to be sensible and respect social distancing.
The skies over Norfolk will remain overcast today, with little chance of sun as the region sees the greatest easing of lockdown restrictions yet.
Innovation, positivity, a lower dependency on statutory funding and better communication between different organisations, have all been highlighted as ways in which Norfolk’s charities can recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools across Norfolk are being invited to take part in Norwich Pride Schools Week and explore the history and meaning of the rainbow flag for the LGBT+ community.
The man behind a plan to re-start Norwich Trade School says he has been overwhelmed by an outpouring of support.
A renowned art gallery and museum says visitors can expect a different experience post-lockdown, with one-way systems in place and time limits on visits.
Charity representatives and members of the public are being invited to join a virtual debate discussing what the future holds for Norfolk and Waveney’s charities.
A man from London has been charged in connection with supplying crack cocaine and heroin in Norwich.
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