As pubs and restaurants rush to open as soon as possible bringing in a raft of PPE, new working practices, and screens, some Norfolk eateries have decided it’s not for them.
It had only been going for a few weeks until it was knocked off its stride by coronavirus, but a Norfolk parkrun has been ranked the country’s toughest.
For restauranteur Tyrone Harold interpreting the government’s “ambiguous” guidance on what he can and can’t do ahead of July 4 has not been an exact science.
A Norfolk pigeon has become the stuff of legend by winning a race thought near-impossible for a bird from this county.
Relief could be on the way for flood-hit residents as engineers carry out tests for a new scheme.
Proposals for a new £3.5m market in Great Yarmouth have taken a step forward after full plans for a modern replacement were put forward.
Residents have spoken of their shock after a fleet of emergency vehicles descended on a quiet street.
The struggle to find public toilets in a busy town centre is leading people to relieve themselves in the open air, it has been claimed.
An oily rag is being blamed for a pub fire in a tight terraced street, as drivers were ticked off for blocking emergency access.
Armed robbers wearing balaclavas forced the “terrified” occupants of a parked car to give up their valuables in a quiet Norfolk lane.
Circus boss Peter Jay is calling for an urgent rethink on “ridiculous” rules that mean he can open his circus - but not stage a live show.
A former pub is set to become new homes for people who may have to carry “flood kits” if approved.
There’s nowhere like home - and that’s especially true if you live in a Norfolk seaside resort said to be among the most sought-after in Britain.
Dressed in their best club shirts, bowlers lined a street in Caister to applaud the funeral cortege of one of their own.
Police imposed 48 hour dispersal orders at three village recreation grounds in a bid to crackdown on large gatherings.
An animal charity is bracing itself for a surge in rescues as lockdown eases and people go back to work.
A trio of Norfolk schools pressing ahead with restructuring consultation plans during the Covid-19 outbreak say there could be job losses as they look to improve standards.
By all accounts it wasn’t quite a “normal” Saturday, but something very close.
A theatre cafe is preparing to lift the curtain on a new takeaway service.
At first glance it looks like a weird and wonderful exhibit vying for top honours at a Turner prize exhibition.
Even wildlife on the Norfolk Broads is getting the government’s message and obeying rules on social distancing.
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 new vision for a derelict holiday park will see a hike in the number of homes, log cabins, a swimming pool, and shops.
Police are hunting a man who tried to steal a digger on Great Yarmouth seafront and ran off across the beach.
A fast food chain is bidding for its second drive-thru restaurant in Great Yarmouth.
A former headteacher who was “loved and appreciated” by all her staff and children has died aged 80.
There were delays on the A47 Acle Straight this afternoon as emergency crews worked to rescue a horse from a ditch.
A “free range” campsite with 12 shepherd huts and its own “stargazing zone” is being planned at a popular Broads’ holiday hub.
As debates about Britain’s historical figures continue, Great Yarmouth’s Nelson ward says it is sticking with its name.
Great Yarmouth was “busier than expected” as non-essential shops reopened for the first time in almost three months.