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Police have sealed off South Quay in King's Lynn as they deal with what appears to be a major incident involving all emergency services  Picure: Chris Bishop

Body found in River Ouse believed to be missing Skegness woman

The body of a woman found in a river in King’s Lynn is believed to be of a missing woman from Skegness.

Further coronavirus deaths have been announced at the Queen Elizabeth, James Paget and Norfolk and Norwich hospitals. Picture: Archant

Video Seven coronavirus deaths sees Norfolk total rise to 25

Digby Eddison, pictured with his Easter chocolate eggs at Harald's in Cromer which he has had now closed because of coronavirus. Pic: Archant

Video ‘Easter is cancelled’: Norfolk’s ‘Mr Chocolate’ gives away Easter eggs he can’t sell

Doctors have hit out at a lack of coronavirus testing and personal protective equipment (PPE). Photo: Peter Steffen/dpa via AP

Coronavirus cases in Norfolk rise to 180

Gorleston Coastguard was called to a beach at North Denes after the body of a  female harbour porpoise was found. Picture: Gorleston Coastguard

Crews called after dead porpoise found on beach

Phil Cutter, landlord of the Murderers at Timberhill. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Video Why a pub poured 60 gallons of beer down the drain

Business, energy and industrial strategy secretary Alok Sharma speaking during a media briefing in Downing Street, London, on coronavirus (COVID-19). Photo: Pippa Fowles/Crown Copyright/10 Downing Street/PA Wire

Video Councils ordered to pay businesses “as quickly as possible” amid closure fears

Mark & Rosie Kacary run the Norfolk Deli in Hunstanton. Picture: Ian Burt

This Norfolk deli has been named the best in East Anglia

The best contemporary productions from the National Theatre are being made available for online streaming during the Coronavirus lockdown   Picture: LUCIANA GUERRA/PA WIRE

18 concerts, plays and West End shows you can stream for free

Weird Norfolk quiz (C) Archant

WEIRD NORFOLK QUIZ: Do you know your Black Shuck from your Beasts of the A1075

Harry and Rebecca Beaumont have delivered bunches of flowers and rainbows to their neighbours. Here Harry is pictured with a thank-you letter from one of his neighbours. Picture: Rebecca Beaumont

Video Surprise delivery! Harry, eight, doorstop presents for neighbours to make them smile

Norfolk and Suffolk's chocolatiers can deliver Easter eggs and more. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/Maya23K

12 Norfolk and Suffolk chocolatiers who can deliver your Easter treats

Richard Caister pilgrim badge. It would hav been bought by someone who had visited  the shrine of the vicar of St Stephen's church, Norwich, after his death  in 1420. Picture: Norfolk Museums Service

Nine stories of Norfolk saints and shrines

Jeanie Feneron at the Banningham Crown, in happier times. Pic: Archant

Video ‘I cannot pay my staff’: Pub landlady says banks not delivering on coronavirus loans

Lost in Translation Circus workshops, Bongo's Bingo and boxing classes from Hustle are just some of the online events running in Norfolk during coronavirus lockdown. Picture: Jamie Honeywood/Bongo's Bingo/Brittany Woodman

Video 19 online events running in Norfolk during the coronavirus lockdown

Norfolk County Council has given out some top tips to stay positive during the coronavirus lockdown. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/undrey

Video Top 10 tips on boosting wellbeing at home during coronavirus lockdown

Temporary jobs are being created at Norfolk's pig farms and pork factories as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Picture: Denise Bradley

Coronavirus crisis creates jobs at pig farms and pork factories

NFU president Minette Batters has urged farmers to report business-critical issues arising from the coronavirus crisis. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Online service launched to help farmers report coronavirus issues to government

Rosemary and Keith Turner, who live in Wroxham, are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary. Picture: Supplied by the Turners

How dance hall dates became a life-long partnership for couple marking 65th anniversary

The closure of chip shops and fast food takeaways has left thousands of tonnes of potatoes without a market, says the NFU. Picture: Nick Butcher

Coronavirus: Chip shop and McDonald’s closures leave tonnes of potatoes without a market

Steve Earl, director of Panel Graphic, wearing one of the visors. Picture: Panel Graphic

Family-run firm producing 100,000 protective visors for key workers

Kai West. PIC: Norfolk Constabulary.

Victim left with part of bowel protruding after Norwich stab attack

Former city council chief executive Laura McGillivray has been made the chairman of the council of the University of East Anglia (UEA). Photo: UEA

Former city council chief executive appointed chairman of UEA council

Norfolk Coroner's Court in Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Inquest into death of woman, 20, opens

After fleeing police, Mr Lai was detained near Mendip Road and Brendon Close. Photo: Google Maps

18-year-old charged with drug offences after police pursuit

A JustGiving page has been set up for staff and patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn  Picture: Ian Burt

Coronavirus JustGiving page launched for hospital patients and staff

The new sanitiser dispensers that are in use on the BorderBus routes. Picture: BorderBus

Businesses work together to help staff and passengers ‘stay safe’

Giles Barr-Thomson (centre) enjoying a get-together with his team of hospital porters at the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston. The 40-year-old father of seven has won a Nissan Primera in an online draw Picture: Giles Barr-Thomson

Deserving hospital porter and dad of seven wins car giveaway

Many owners have been left wondering how they can walk their dog properly during the coronavirus lockdown Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Video Can I take my dog on two walks a day? Coronavirus pet questions answered

Children at Brancaster Primary School took the chocolate eggs to school on World Book Day so they could raise money playing ‘Easter bingo’ later that month. Picture: Sarah Bocking

Children, aged 6, donate 80 Easter eggs to hospital staff

A dummy COVID-19 swab is handled inside a sealed sterile tube during a demonstration by lab technicians who are carrying out diagnostic tests for coronavirus. Picture: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Number of coronavirus deaths in the UK jumps by more than 560 in 24 hours

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Twenty-five people have now died in Norfolk as a result of coronavirus, as a further seven deaths were confirmed at the county’s hospitals.

Norwich City

Personable, likeable and loyal to the core - they don’t make too many footballers like Alex Tettey these days.

Matty Svensson had a short stay at Norwich, but English football clearly left an impression – as Chris Lakey found out for the latest in our Cult Heroes series

Norwich City have outlined measures for season ticket holders and casual match tickets already purchased in the event remaining games this season either take place behind closed doors or not at all.

Norwich City have had exploratory talks over player wage deferrals, ahead of reported discussions between the Premier League, EFL and PFA designed to agree a collective way forward across the professional game.

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