Two churches within a Norfolk benefice are being lit up as a “beacon of hope” during the coronavirus crisis.
A referendum which could see voters call for the resignation of their town’s divided council has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When the Thacker family set off in their motorhome for a year-long tour of Europe, fewer than 200 people had contracted coronavirus in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
A popular festival which attracts hundreds of people to a Norfolk village has been cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Airbnb hosts are offering free accommodation to NHS workers and healthcare professionals during the coronavirus pandemic.
A student pilot has secured his license at the first attempt after less than four months of flying.
A cat rescue centre has appealed for much-needed food donations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Youngsters have been invited to brighten the spirits of care home residents by sending them colourful paintings.
The mayor of Attleborough says the town council is doing “all we can” to assist the community amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Shopping left at the door of a mother and her ‘at risk’ baby was stolen within 10 minutes of it being delivered.
A Norfolk councillor was dragged out of a Tenerife swimming pool by police after refusing to obey coronavirus quarantine restrictions.
As COVID-19 continues to spread across Norfolk, Waveney and the rest of the UK, people are being asked to play their part.
Volunteers disinfected cash machines and handrails across their town after swathes of visitors flocked to the Norfolk coast.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned of organised groups exploiting the coronavirus outbreak, days after scammers targeted vulnerable people in Norfolk and Suffolk.
Lifeboat teams were on alert to rescue a crew from their yacht after it ran aground and began taking on water.
A town is being scattered with children’s drawings in a bid to brighten spirits amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A discount store is opening early to give elderly and vulnerable customers time to shop in a calm environment.
A pub is taking donations of essential supplies which are being delivered to those in isolation due to coronavirus.
Innovative new technology helped prison officers uncover drugs and phones that had been smuggled into a Norfolk prison.
A popular pub has opted to close in order to “help stop the spread” of coronavirus.
A popular carnival and funday has been called off due to uncertainty over the coronovirus outbreak.
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