The iconic Red Arrows are set to roar through Norfolk’s airspace today, as an air force base celebrates its anniversary.
Fraudsters posing as police officers are attempting to convince elderly people to withdraw large sums of cash, the force has warned.
Confusion among parents has prompted health bosses to issue fresh guidance on when children should be kept off school and tested during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A couple who between them have dedicated a century to the jewellery trade are stepping back for a well-earned retirement.
Norfolk is set to sizzle, with weather forecasters predicting temperatures could reach the 30C mark in September for the first time in four years.
History buffs will once again have access to vaults upon vaults of information, as the Norfolk Record Office centre re-opens to visitors.
Norfolk has had its place on the government’s coronavirus watchlist downgraded following a decrease in the rate of infection in the county.
Police fear new coronavirus rules will see their phone lines jammed with calls from people reporting suspected breaches.
Parts of the region’s multi-billion pound tourism industry could crumble in the coming months, bosses have warned - despite seeing an all-time record year in 2019.
Fears that a coronavirus outbreak at a chicken factory will plunge the county back into lockdown have been allayed, as the number of confirmed cases among staff at the site passes 70.
News of the coronavirus outbreak at Banham Poultry may on the surface appear alarming, particularly after it emerged almost 50 people have tested positive out of the 300 tests carried out.
Gusts of more than 50mph could hit parts of the county this week as the newly-named Storm Francis looms.
Motorists have been warned to expect delays on a number of the county’s roads this morning as a 70ft boat is delivered to Suffolk.
Children going back to schools may be faced with a more “Victorian” set-up as educators work hard to make sure pupils are kept safe during the return.
Children are more at risk of long-term harm if they do not attend school than if they return to the classroom despite coronavirus, the UK’s chief medical officers have warned.
An inquest has opened into the death of a motorcyclist who died in a crash on the Watton Road earlier this month.
An inquest into the death of baby who died when she was just six months old will be held later this year.
More rain is expected to be hitting the region this week - but not at the level and velocity of the weekends downpour.
Parts of the region saw a quarter of an average year’s rain fall in just one day yesterday, experts have revealed.
France is among six destinations removed from the list of safe countries people can travel to without going into quarantine following fears they could be experiencing a second wave of Covid-19.
Theatres, soft play areas and bowling alleys will be allowed to reopen in England from this weekend as the government resumes its easing of lockdown restrictions.
A man has paid tribute to a Norfolk scaffolder who died just before his 32nd birthday, saying: “We were the closest of brothers.”
A wasp nest “the size of a space hopper” is among a number of increasingly large ones that have been found this summer in barns and lofts around Norfolk, an exterminator has warned.
Norfolk could be set to sizzle this week, with temperatures predicted to be close to reaching 30C in some parts of the county.
The chairman of Norfolk’s police federation has said he expects the onus of enforcing the mandatory wearing of face masks to fall with shopkeepers - as the constabulary does not have the capacity to do it.
An ambitious call has been made for the county’s businesses to rally together to create 1,000 new paid apprenticeships for those leaving the education system and looking for work.
Norfolk’s long road to recovery from the economic and social impacts of the coronavirus pandemic will be placed under the microscope in the next webinar to be hosted by this newspaper.
Wearing face covering in shops and supermarkets is to be made mandatory in a fresh bid to quell the spread of Covid-19, the government is set to announce.
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.