A funeral director has described the heartache of having to tell grieving families to scale back ceremony plans amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Government has said the UK must go “further, faster” to ramp up the coronavirus testing capacity, but where can you get one and who is first in the queue?
Details have been released of what families can and cannot do during the next three weeks.
Following prime minister Boris Johnson’s announcement of a nationwide lockdown, further details have been revealed of what businesses will and won’t close during the measures.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Norfolk has swelled to 24.
The National Trust has ramped up its coronavirus response by announcing its parks are now closed “to help restrict the spread”.
The prime minister has urged people not to visit their mums on Mother’s Day, after warning the spread of coronavirus is “accelerating”.
The NHS ranks are to be giving a major boost in the coming days, with a deal struck to draft in thousands of private health sector workers and thousands of retired staff agreeing to return to work.
Pubs, restaurants and clubs have been ordered to close their doors as the government ramps up its coronavirus response.
A popular Norfolk tourist attraction has announced that it is closing until further notice in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Pubs, restaurants, clubs, leisure centres and gyms have been told to close their doors from today as the country continues to battle to coronavirus outbreak.
Scammers and cold callers are capitalising on the coronavirus outbreak, police have warned, following a near miss in the county.
Norfolk’s libraries will close until further notice on Saturday, as the county council ramps up its coronavirus response measures.
The prime minister has said the government is in negotiation to secure anti-body tests capable of telling people whether they have picked up coronavirus - and that it would be prepared to buy “hundreds of thousands” of them.
A park and ride service will be taken out of action later this week - to free up drivers elsewhere across the network amid the coronavirus outbreak.
With government advice on “social distancing” getting more and more stringent by the day, many of us that have the option to work from home have been advised to do so.
“Extraordinary demand” has prevented the region’s largest bus company from providing its drivers with hand sanitiser.
The managing director of a coach company has said the past month saw 20,000 fewer senior citizens use services and has warned of timetable changes as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Public gatherings could be restricted and more people urged to stay at home by the government after the coronavirus was officially declared a global pandemic by world health bosses.
Following the heavy winds of Storm Ciara over the weekend, forecasters have warned that snow could fall in Norfolk.
Families living in the east of the county have been warned to expect flooding and told to take immediate action.
Thousands of homes are still without electricity this morning as Storm Ciara’s impact ripples through the county’s power network.
The region could be hit by the strongest winds in two years this weekend, forecasters have warned.
A winter fundraising campaign geared at helping vulnerable people across the county has already placed roofs above the heads of a number of rough sleepers as winter hits its coldest.
A pig farmer who drove at 108mph on the A47 told a court he should not be banned from driving because his wife could not drive with a trailer.
Time is running out for Norwich City fans to get their hands on the final stickers to complete their albums - with the collectables set to come off the shelves in a matter of days.
The organiser of the region’s biggest Christmas show, education leaders and an acclaimed author have been included in the New Year’s Honours list for 2020.
Big music names like The Killers and Westlife performing in Norwich could be just the beginning of Carrow Road becoming more than a football stadium, it has been revealed.
The Duchess of Cambridge has provided a Christmas treat with a brand new family photograph to melt the hearts - taken in our very county.
While those dreaming of a white Christmas in Norfolk will have to wait for next year, weather forecasters are predicting a dry day in the region - ideal for festive afternoon walks.