Local areas look set to face tough new coronavirus restrictions with Boris Johnson due to outline a new three-tier system on Monday.
A charity has received the largest private donation in its history – a cheque for a “staggering” £40,000.
The 75th anniversary of VJ Day has been marked by a series of towering events with lone buglers honouring those who fought in east Asia.
According to the old adage ‘When you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go” - but that’s not been so easy during lockdown.
A Norfolk charity is preparing for a phased reopening of its shops - but says two have not survived the coronavirus shutdown.
A Norfolk hospital is looking to resume routine operations as 100 beds remain empty and the number of coronavirus cases falls.
A woman has made more than 100 headbands to ease the discomfort of NHS workers who are sore and bruised from having to wear face masks all day.
Restaurants on lockdown are making and delivering food for hospital staff after a school opened its kitchen and a care home provider funded the mission.
A Norfolk hospital is leading the way in a clinical trial to find alternatives to ventilators for the most critically ill coronavirus patients.
A woman has described the harrowing last days of her partner’s life as he died in hospital of coronavirus without her being able to visit, comfort him, or say goodbye.
A coroner investigating the death of a three year old thrown from a seaside trampoline has said another child could die unless safety improvements are made.
Two more patients to test positive for coronavirus have died at Gorleston’s James Paget Hospital.
A hospital has set up an inpatient email address to ease the solitary suffering of patients and slow the spread of coronavirus.
A hospital porter who won a car in a generous NHS giveaway turned good Samaritan just moments after getting behind the wheel, helping a broken-down mum.
Hospital chiefs have said patients could be put at risk after a hand sanitiser unit was stolen from a corridor.
A hospital is banning all visitors unless there are “exceptional circumstances” and cancelling outpatient appointments and elective procedures.
Scammers targeted an elderly man in Norfolk claiming they were helping people through the coronavirus outbreak.
As a landmark store’s closing down sale enters its last few days prices have been slashed and pretty much everything is being offered for sale.
A TV and games console have been stolen in a break-in on the coast.
A fed-up neighbour has bewildered people in their street by sending a letter in the post asking them to shut their car doors more quietly.
A couple have been doubly stunned by delivering their baby on Christmas Day, and finding out ‘it’s a boy’.
Buzz Lightyear, Santa, and a flurry of elves were among festive fun-seekers taking an icy dip in the sea on Christmas morning.
From a trumpet to a pushchair, false teeth to crutches – people really do leave some odd things on buses.
A surgeon performing a knee replacement put in the wrong implant, it has emerged.