Pavements will be widened and some streets could close as councils launch a campaign to help shoppers feel safer returning to the high street after the coronavirus pandemic.
A care home group is taking part in a Facebook trial to help its residents keep in contact with their families.
A street food fair that will travel across Norfolk is set to go ahead with social distancing in place as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
A Norfolk junior motorcycle racer has been endorsed by one of the biggest names in the sport.
More than 20 vehicles have been broken into in south west Norfolk in the past two months.
A bed maker has swapped its workshop on the Sandringham Estate for the road as it makes essential deliveries during the coronavirus lockdown.
A Norfolk council has created an online roll of honour to thank business, community groups and volunteers who have helped care for vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic.
A property developer is sending its builders back to its sites in Norfolk after Boris Johnson announced the relaxing of the coronavirus lockdown.
RAF Lakenheath and Mildenhall staff have been showing support to NHS workers with special messages and rainbows in their windows.
Supermarkets have revealed how they are prioritising online deliveries in order to serve the most vulnerable customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
People living in market towns have been following government guidelines and staying inside during the coronavirus lockdown.
Guidelines have been given on how to dispose of waste that may be infected with the coronavirus.
The Queen is to address the country on Sunday, April 5 delivering a message about the coronavirus outbreak, Buckingham Palace has said.
With a lot of stores closing due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, many have been creating produce from home and offering to deliver to customers’ front doors.
Youngsters in Breckland have been showing their support for hard-working bin crews with messages and drawings.
Bus operators are reducing services to stop the number of people travelling and to keep staff safe.
Up to 9,000 prisoners could be released from the country’s prisons to help limited staff deal with the coronavirus.
Racing fans will have to wait until at least May after all Snetterton Race Circuit events were postponed.
Breckland Council, North Norfolk Council and King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council have shared a contract for waste and recycling with company Serco.
Two of the county’s largest animal charities will be limiting services but have reassured supporters that animals in their care are safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
A town council’s offices and museum has closed for deep cleaning amidst concerns a member of staff as been in contact with a coronavirus patient.
A district council is closing all of its leisure centres as the government calls on all non-essential movement to be limited.
Pupils and staff at a infant school are celebrating after a watchdog graded it good.
Companies that dig up Norfolk’s roads have been forced to hand over almost £1.8m in compensation in the last three years for failing to finish on time.
Potential dog owners are being urged not to buy animals with cropped ears after a rise in reports of the illegal practice to the RSPCA.
A disappearing coastline, an increasing ageing population and fast evolving technology – these are the main challenges Norfolk faces over the next 20 years, a summit has heard.
A care home has been told it must change after a watchdog found residents had wet themselves while left alone and medication had not always been received.
A brewery based in Snetterton has received the Champion Bottled Beer of Norfolk 2020 award from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
Landlords will hear how they can combat tenants involved in County Lines drug dealing.
The roar of an engine and the thrill of racing is what Snetterton Race Circuit manager Jamie Hopper lives for. Reporter MARC BETTS met him for a tour of the track.