Village cricket will be without one of its most time-honoured traditions when it returns later this month - the friendly break for tea and cake.
Six people were arrested over the weekend for drunk and disorderly behaviour as Norfolk’s pubs pulled pints for the first time since March.
A £1.57 billion support package for the arts could see a decision to cut more than 100 jobs from the region’s main theatre reassessed.
Holiday-makers and other travellers will be able to return from certain destinations without the need to self-isolate from next week, the transport secretary will today confirm.
Around 450 jobs are to be lost at the BBC, after the broadcaster announced a raft of changes to its regional services.
Speeding tickets will be falling onto the doorsteps of more than 2,000 motorists in the county following a two-week campaign from Norfolk Constabulary.
A retired ambulance driver has admitted performing a sex act on himself in a branch of Tesco - including one occasion in the children’s clothing section.
Plane spotters hoping to catch a glimpse of the iconic Red Arrows over Norfolk were left disappointed, after the jets took an alternative route to their base from London.
People flocking to the beaches and Broads this summer could be at greater risk of drowning with lifeguard and rescue services limited by the coroanvirus pandemic, emergency services have warned.
The region’s teatres and other arts venues have united to make an urgent plea for help - warning half could be closed for good by this time next year.
Day boats, canoes and other watercraft have been given the all clear to return to the waters of the Broads after restrictions were agreed upon by the government.
Single adult households will be able to form “support bubble” with one other from this weekend, the prime minister has today announced.
With lockdown beginning to be eased new guidelines have been issued to police officers on how they can enforce the updated law.
Concerned parents and carers are set to gather at a distance outside of County Hall today to protest against the government’s schools return plan.
The announcement that people shielding can now go outdoors has left people in the county feeling conflicted - with some feeling as though they had been “forgotten”.
A charity e-book promoting children’s mental health and featuring the works of more than 50 authors and illustrators has launched - and was thought up in our region.
No further coronavirus-related deaths have been announced in the region’s three main hospitals.
Dental practices across the region will be allowed to reopen to patients from next month.
The region can expect a “fine, dry and sunny” weekend, with warm temperatures forecast to continue.
An inquest has opened into the death of a farmer who died at his home earlier this year.
Norfolk can expect a largely warm and dry bank holiday weekend, with temperatures likely to reach the early 20s by Monday.
Wildlife campaigners have urged Norfolk County Council to cut back on how often they trim the region’s grass verges - which have been described as “112 roadside reserves”.
The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the plans of holiday-makers across the region into disarray, with thousands upon thousands of trips cancelled, postponed or abandoned.
Individual headteachers and governors will be given the final say on when schools can open to more children, the leader of Norfolk County Council has said.
Five new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported across the county’s three main hospitals.
Several Norfolk pubs and breweries have taken advantage of a new mobile app offering tipples straight to punters’ doorsteps.
As temperatures soared to create the hottest day of the year, people in Norfolk have been making the most of the easing of lockdown measures to bask in the sunshine.
Two new deaths of coronavirus patients have been announced across the region’s three main hospitals.
Following the prime minister’s Sunday evening address, the nation remains under lockdown, but with a number of slight changes and tweaks to regulations.
Children of non-key workers could be able to return from school from June 1, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in his Sunday evening address to that nation.