A financial package aimed at helping the self-employed get through the coronavirus crisis will be announced by the chancellor Rishi Sunak.
An inquest has opened into the death of a 19-year-old woman from west Norfolk.
The coronavirus pandemic is posing an unprecedented challenge to the grassroots organisations which support some of Norfolk’s most vulnerable people.
Official NHS guidance is to be displayed at the top of internet search results as part of measures to stop the spread of disinformation around Covid-19.
People with “minor” cold, flu or fever symptoms could soon to be asked to stay at home in self-isolation in a bid to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of positive coronavirus cases in the UK has risen to 319.
More than a dozen celebrities are calling for action to prevent energy firms being allowed to “desecrate East Anglian landscapes in the name of clean energy.”.
Norfolk Day is back - and this year we’re encouraging people to make a weekend of it.
The final 11 Beales department stores in the country are set to shut, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.
The region is preparing to batten down the hatches as Storm Ciara sweeps across the country bringing winds of 70 miles-an-hour and heavy rain to Norfolk.
For decades he has taken to the skies to capture breathtaking views of Norfolk, which many of us would otherwise never see.
The number of emergency hospital admissions for people in Norfolk with dementia has increased by more than 40pc in five years, a new report has found.
Flood alerts have been issued for a number of areas across Norfolk due to high tides and rainfall.
Seven hundred people were stopped and tested in Norfolk during a drink and drug-driving crackdown over Christmas - and more than 30pc failed.
Police have put an increase in dangerous dog offences down to owners not socialising their pets enough and an “influx of street dogs” from outside the UK.
Police are failing to record an estimated 8,700 crimes a year, including incidents of stalking and coercive and controlling behaviour, a new report has found.
One person has had to be freed from a vehicle following a crash on the A47.
People are being asked to share their views on a plan to create more than 140 new places at mainstream schools across Norfolk for children with complex needs.
From a distinctly dry start to record breaking temperatures and sudden downpours over the past few weeks, 2019 has been a meteorologically mixed bag.
Savers in the East of England typically put away more cash in 2019 than they did last year - but they are still saving less than national average, according to research.
NORLSAR is an entirely volunteer run, charitable organisation which covers the whole of Norfolk and works alongside the emergency services to help with rescue operations and searches for missing people.
Heavy rainfall has sparked flood alerts for the rivers Bure, Ant, Thurne, Waveney and Yare.
What do a kebab, eight boxes of chocolates and a roll of toilet paper, have in common?
More than 100 young people, who will be spending Christmas in care will be receiving a bag of gifts this holiday- all thanks to the generosity of Norfolk’s shoppers.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner is asking people if they’re willing to see an increase of £5.06 or more on their council tax bill in order to support the county’s police.
Dozens of services between Norwich and Sheringham, Great Yarmouth and London Liverpool Street were cancelled this morning due to a combination of train and signalling faults.
The last major poll before Thursday’s election predicts the fight for Norfolk’s most hotly contested seats has become even closer.
Flood alerts have been issued for large parts of the Norfolk coast and rivers Waveney, Bure Thurne, Ant and Yare.
Commuters are being advised to check before they travel this morning after trains to and from Norwich have been cancelled.
Train disruption caused by a refuelling fault has come to an end but commuters have been warned a signalling fault will continue to cause problems for services via Sheringham until the end of the day.