The family of a 76-year-old with multiple health conditions believes his recovery from coronavirus shows people should not “automatically assume the worst” if they contract the disease.
Four more coronavirus-related deaths have been announced at the James Paget Hospital, bringing the number of total confirmed deaths at the hospital up to 21.
A further four patients being treated for coronavirus have died at the James Paget Hospital - while Norfolk as a whole recorded its highest daily increase yet.
A Norfolk council is renting out caravans as temporary accommodation for homeless people during the coronavirus lockdown.
Two more patients being treated for coronavirus have died at the James Paget Hospital, bringing the total to five.
A Great Yarmouth care home is entertaining its residents with live garden music - behind clear glass doors and with some hefty speakers.
A coronavirus patient has died at the James Paget University Hospital, NHS England has confirmed.
Pleasurewood Hills hosted its first ever online dance party for families to enjoy during coronavirus lockdown - with thousands tuning in.
After being ordered to shut by the government, Parkdean Resorts has donated food worth £1,200 to community groups amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Suffolk brewer Adnams is refusing to let its food and drink supplies go to waste by sharing them among the community.
There were lots of people singing happy birthday at one Great Yarmouth care home - but they were not washing their hands.
A further education (FE) college will move not just lessons but its entire support network online as schools are ordered to close following coronavirus concerns.
Delivery workers are being hailed the “unsung heroes” of the pandemic as courier services continue amid national lockdown.
Thieves have been targeting household products and food - prompting police to warn people to keep cars and sheds secure.
Holiday parks across Norfolk are shut from today, but some are staying partially open for now.
Visitor numbers will be restricted at one Norfolk hospital following concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
Leading LGBT charity Stonewall has argued reported figures are just “the tip of the iceberg” after it was revealed 113 transphobic hate crimes were recorded across Norfolk between 2016-2020.
As somebody with a so-called “underlying health condition”, I’m used to seeing the facts get twisted.
A MP has expressed concerns that a significant increase in “violent, criminal and antisocial behaviour” across his constituency is leaving residents fearing reprisals if they contact the police.
Children from a Suffolk primary school joined winners from The Voice in singing at the O2 Arena in London.
After months of a “parking takeover” across Lowestoft’s beach-front carparks, it seems the end of CEFAS construction work might finally be in sight.
Acle ale lovers are getting together for an evening of entertainment to raise money for local causes.
Councils have seen a huge rise in large-scale fly tipping over the last decade as organised gangs try to make “a quick buck” from illegal waste clearing services.
A charity baker has raised a staggering £100,000 to help veterans integrate back into civilian life.
For most of us, January 31 will have provided at least some semblance of closure when it comes to Brexit.