No new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported at any of Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
Parkrunners in Norfolk and Waveney have at least another month to wait before they can resume their weekly 5km challenge.
Family and friends will be allowed to meet in up to groups of six from next week under new lockdown easing measures.
Schools are set to reopen to more children after half-term but more in Norfolk have confirmed they will not be ready to welcome back pupils on June 1.
Youngsters have been spreading cheer, as hundreds of people have been finding their home-made keyrings.
A system to find people who have come into close contact with people with coronavirus has started in a bid to control the spread of the virus and help ease lockdown restrictions.
The founder of Clap for Carers has called for the gesture to be stopped.
A 40-year-old woman is facing a trial over alleged drug offences.
Watchdogs have revealed the ways con artists have been trying to scam people in Norfolk during the coronavirus pandemic.
Norfolk’s fire service were called out to two separate incidents of horse manure being set on fire.
Police in Norfolk have so far handed out more than 300 fines to those flouting lockdown restrictions.
A tax advisor who stole almost £250,000 has appeared back in court as part of a hearing aimed at clawing back some of the cash.
The government’s test and trace system will be launched tomorrow, with Norfolk’s director of public health saying it is vital to stop the spread of coronavirus.
A further 10 patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
A group representing school leaders in Norfolk has penned an open letter to parents dispelling rhetoric that teachers are blocking school reopenings and urging them to trust headteachers.
Secondary schools should only have a quarter of year 10 and year 12 pupils in at any one time to reduce coronavirus transmission risks, the Government’s new guidance says.
Primary schools in the Dereham area are treading carefully ahead of the government’s planned reopening date of June 1, with many opting to delay pupils’ return.
Headteachers have warned children could be getting “part-time education” for some time, at a debate focused on the reopening of schools in Norfolk.
Norfolk will finally be able to get its McDonald’s fix as the chain has announced when all its drive-throughs will reopen.
High street bakery chain Greggs, with outlets across Norfolk, hopes to open around 800 of its stores by the middle of next month.
British brewer Marston’s, with five pubs across Norfolk, has announced a merger with Carlsberg in a £780 million joint venture.
Pub chain Wetherspoons, with venues across Norfolk, is to invest £11 million in new safety measures in its pubs.
Thousands of people in parts of Norfolk still have among the worst broadband speeds in the country, new figures have revealed.