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'Normal for Norfolk' by Martin Guppy, which has been selected as part of Historic England's lockdown picture selection. Picture: Martin Guppy

CLEAR OFF! ‘Normal for Norfolk’ sign to enter historic archive of lockdown life

A photograph capturing a no nonsense sign on the Norfolk coast has been selected to enter an archive of pictures capturing lockdown life in England.

Sze-Ming Cheung. pic: Supplied by Helen Fiske.

Inquest set for popular cyclist who died in crash

20 of the country's 30 police forces have reported drivers speeding at more than 100mph. Pic: Norfolk Constabulary.

‘Truly shocking’ - Driver caught at 140mph as scale of lockdown speeding revealed

An inquest has opened into the death of convicted rapist Charlie March. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary.

Man who raped girl, 15, in Norwich woodland dies in prison

Dozens of customers flocked to Swaffham Market for the first time since coronavirus lockdown measures were eased. Picture: Archant

Norfolk market to feature in government video

Nelson’s Journey Youth Panel and young volunteers have received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. Picture: Richard Jarmy Photography

Young volunteers at a Norfolk charity win the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Norfolk Gazelles, a road running club based in Norwich, organised a virtual relay challenge, ‘Don’t pass it on’, which saw runners from across the UK get involved. Photo: David Murrell

Thousands of runners take part in lockdown relay challenge

Norwich Crown Court. Picture: BRITTANY WOODMAN

‘Greedy’ woman stole £10,000 from neighbour she befriended

Roadworks on Norwich's ring road at Colman Road were due to be completed in April, but have been delayed due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Picture: Archant

Dates announced for closure of section of Norwich ring road for works

New Scotland Yard, the base of the Metropolitan Police in London. Picture:Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Norwich man charged as part of Met Police drug dealing operation

A police officer pictured patrolling Eaton park, Norwich. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

What are you allowed to do under the updated lockdown laws - and what can the police do?

People take part in a Black Lives Matter protest outside the US Embassy in London. A protest has been planned for Norwich over the weekend. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Hundreds could take to city streets for peaceful Black Lives Matter protest

Melanie Marjoram, regional manager at Reed (inset), on the current job landscape in Norfolk. Picture: Reed/GettyImages

Revealed: The industries where job vacancies are emerging

Big C have been able to run their men, women and young people support groups online. Picture: Big C

Cancer support groups successfully move online

Runner Danny Godbolt intercepted three wire traps alongside the River Bure. The scenic path is popular with dog walkers and runners Picture: Danny Godbolt

Shock as trip wires found at popular riverside path

The global coronavirus pandemic hit the value of Suffolk County Council's pension fund investments by £327million. Picture: ARCHANT

£327m hit for council pension fund investment values during coronavirus pandemic

West Norfolk Council... plans to build a McDonald's and Starbucks on the outskirts of Downham Market. Picture: Archant

‘Under-50s will flock to it’: Go-ahead for McDonald’s and Starbucks

Former Norwich Theatre Royal chief executive Peter Wilson has been appointed Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Former theatre chief appointed Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Norfolk

Elfrede Brambley-Crawshaw, Green councillor at Suffolk County Council, offered to take on a cabinet role for the climate emergency for free. Picture: NEIL PERRY

Greens make unusual bid for climate emergency cabinet position at Conservative council

Jessie J performs on stage during the Isle of Wight festival at Seaclose Park, Newport. Picture: PA Wire/PA Images

Jessie J to sing alongside thousands of children in Virtual Big Sing

Children in Year Six went back for their first day at The Oaks Community Primary School in Chantry, Ipswich. Picture: THE OAKS

Fewer schools and pupils return on June 1 than expected, Suffolk council says

OPEN Norwich Credit: OPEN Norwich

Doorman left with blackened tooth after nightclub headbutt

This four-bedroom bungalow off Cotman Road in Norwich is for sale for offers in excess of �450,000. Picture: William H Brown

See inside: this quirky ‘little’ bungalow on the edge of Norwich city centre is for sale for £450,000

Norfolk farming film-maker Susie Emmett says farms can emerge stronger from the coronavirus crisis if they nurture the new customer relationships forged during lockdown. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Going ‘back to better’ – why farmers must nurture new customers won during lockdown

Police were called on May 30 after they received information that a man was acting in an aggressive manner in a communal car park off Russell Street.. Picture: Andrew Stone.

Man arrested over hammer threats in car park

The Three Cottages fish and chip shop in North Walsham. Picture: David Audley

Town’s long wait for fish and chips set to end

Breckland Council. Picture: Ian Burt

Council warns of £5.5m coronavirus hit as funds ‘unlikely to cover losses’

Breckland council approved its local plan in November 2019. Picture: Breckland Council

District growth blueprint set for review - despite fears over lack of balance

Lucy Bates headteacher at Ormesby Infant and Junior Schools said day one of the schools' reopening had gone well and that there had not been a single case of Covid-19 at either school Picture: Nick Butcher

‘Best day ever’ at village school as pupils return to classroom

One of the 20 hanging baskets in place in Lowestoft Railway Station. Credit Lowestoft Central Project

Railway station receives colourful boost

An incredible display of poppies in bloom in fields along the A149 coast road near Heacham  Picture: Chris Bishop

Poppies set Norfolk fields ablaze

Coronavirus News

Motorists driving at speeds in excess of 100mph were reported by two-thirds of Britain’s police forces new figures show.

Norwich City

The opportunity to captain any side is a prestigious moment for any player - but for Ben Godfrey, being handed the Norwich City armband was one of the proudest moments of his career.

Your Posts is a new project which give you the chance to have your say – Mike Taylor has some strong views on what Norwich City should do when they resume their fight against relegation.

Up to ten Premier League clubs would push for relegation to be scrapped should the season be curtailed amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to reports.

Kenny McLean’s Norwich City career could have ended before it even started, the Scot has admitted.

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