Sea Life centres in Norfolk are preparing to reopen on July 4.
Can we watch live sports matches in pubs? How can we enjoy a bar meal?
The prime minister has announced easing of lockdown for vital businesses, warning caution will remain key.
Bosses of hotels in Norfolk are calling for Downing Street to end confusion over reopening on July 4.
Bargain chain Poundstretcher, with stores across Norfolk, could shut more than half its shops unless it secures a rent deal.
Vauxhall dealership Thurlow Nunn is reopening its doors across Norfolk but with stringent new safety measures in place.
Managers from 11 Norfolk holiday parks are urging the government to let them reopen – or risk huge damage to the local economy.
High street bakery chain Greggs, with outlets across Norfolk, hopes to open around 800 of its stores by the middle of next month.
Pizza Express, with three sites in Norfolk, is planning a “comprehensive review” of its business prompting fears some restaurants will not reopen.
Hotel workers in Norfolk were gathering their belongings after the collapse of a major travel firm which owns coach giant Shearings.
British brewer Marston’s, with five pubs across Norfolk, has announced a merger with Carlsberg in a £780 million joint venture.
Whitbread has revealed it is planning for Premier Inns, with several across Norfolk, to remain closed to the public until the autumn.
A Georgian hotel in Norfolk with a converted cellar is coming under the hammer online for £400,000-£450,000.
Golf courses around Norfolk are preparing to reopen after seven weeks of lockdown – but under strict new government guidelines.
Four more new homes sites in Norfolk will re-open after the coronavirus lockdown with work prioritised on sold plots.
A Norfolk building firm has been placed into voluntary liquidation with its boss blaming the coronavirus outbreak.
Bakery chain Greggs, with shops across Norfolk, has gone back on plans to re-open over fears of attracting too many crowds.
Retailers B&Q and Homebase have re-opened a raft of stores across Norfolk after closing their doors in the face of coronavirus.
Fashion and homeware store Next, with six outlets in Norfolk, said the impact of lockdown was “faster and steeper” than expected.
Supermarkets are fighting to improve service after criticism from self-isolating shoppers saying they are unable to secure delivery or click and collect slots.
Housebuilder Persimmon, which has sites across Norfolk, is implementing a phased restart of work after its coronavirus shutdown.
Butchers in Norfolk are seeing sales spike because of coronavirus as the demand for local produce delivered to your door rockets.
Staff from across Norfolk’s Specsavers stores have been doing their bit to help hospital staff and the police do their jobs.
A Norfolk convent and small part of a school which starred in a television series called Bad Habits has gone up for sale.
Workers at Holland & Barrett, with shops across the region, have launched a fight to close during coronavirus.
A boss of Norfolk’s Age UK charity needs volunteers to “adopt a grandparent” to help people who fear being cut off more than catching coronavirus.
A house that was built for a squadron leader serving at RAF Watton in the Second World War – who had his own ‘batman’ – is for sale.
Debenhams is facing administration for the second time in a year.
Rishi Sunak gave a video Q and A on social media after queries from bosses on Twitter.
The head of Norfolk discount store QD said he was “heart broken” at having to close over coronavirus – but said staff had donated food to local good causes.