Fitness fanatics breathed a sigh of relief after the government announced leisure centres could re-open on July 25 - but not all plan to welcome back the public just yet.
A domestic abuse charity saw a 300pc rise in calls during lockdown, as police raised fears that victims were unable to get away from their abuser.
Though Woody Bear couldn’t make it to the party, there were plenty of impressed customers enjoying a day out at Pleasurewood Hills on its second re-opening weekend.
The first wedding to be held at Norwich St John’s Cathedral since lockdown began was “beautiful and well worth the stress” according to the lucky couple - even if it wasn’t quite so grand as they had imagined.
Three Norfolk beauticians say the continued ban on certain treatments has revealed sexist misunderstandings of their industry.
After a long closure brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, a coastal town can look forward to the re-opening of much-loved outdoor activities later in the month.
If you’re planning on drinking alcohol at the coast this Saturday, make sure you don’t go swimming.
Village residents say they are angry at a church’s decision to remove personal items from gravestones during lockdown in an effort to keep the grounds tidy.
Overall deaths in Norfolk and Waveney have risen by almost a third since coronavirus first hit the UK back in March.
Lowestoft’s RNLI retrieved something “suspicious” from the Suffolk Coast after multiple reports that it could be a person in difficulty.
Last week, a consortium of Norfolk headteachers wrote an open letter to parents denouncing suggestions that they were “being lazy” over school re-openings to non-keyworker children.
More than 700 patients have been discharged after receiving hospital treatment for coronavirus across Norfolk.
After taking inspiration from a nearby fairy hideaway at Beccles Common, one five-year-old boy has recreated his own version closer to home.
A 10-year-old girl who was able to say goodbye to her nanny before she died is raising money to buy an iPad for those who are being robbed of the final farewell.
The majority of Norfolk’s MPs have gone quiet over Dominic Cummings’ lockdown travel, with just two out of nine responding to our requests for comment.
Norfolk parents are divided on the issue of Dominic Cummings’ cross-country lockdown travel for childcare as reactions range from empathy to outright disgust.
Waveney MP Peter Aldous is calling for the prime minister’s chief aide to resign after his controversial lockdown travel as he admits receiving hundreds of emails from frustrated constituents.
Almost 24,000 Norfolk residents found themselves on the NHS “shielding list” after lockdown was imposed - but many have been waiting weeks for emergency Government food supplies.
As the coronavirus pandemic lingers on into May, the UK housing market continues to suffer as sales are on hold until lockdown eases.
Three more patients who tested positive for Covid-19 have died at a Norfolk hospital.
A new government smartphone app designed to “trace” the spread of Covid-19 will be trialled on the Isle of Wight before being rolled out widely this month.
Lowestoft’s RNLI came to the rescue of a small fishing boat stranded off the Corton coast on Sunday morning.
A group of Norfolk financial advisers have donated four iPads to the James Paget’s intensive care unit to help critically ill patients stay in touch with their families.
A further two patients being treated for Covid-19 have died at a Norfolk hospital.
Bruno Peek, Gorleston’s pageantmaster of VE Day 75, has stressed the importance of toasting to veterans “while they are still alive”.
One of Beccles’ most popular summer events has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A trainee nurse is skydiving to raise money for the James Paget Hospital, despite being “absolutely petrified of heights”.
A man who ran nine miles in a mankini around a Norfolk seaside town to raise money for the NHS says he “owes it his life”.
Mental health therapists are urging anxiety suffers to seek support as referrals to the NHS Wellbeing Serivce drop by 50pc.
GP surgeries across Norfolk and Waveney have “transformed how they work” in response to the coronavirus lockdown by dealing with patients over phone and video.