The inquest into the death of Norfolk TV celebrity Caroline Flack has heard she was “seriously let down by the authorities” and “hounded” over her forthcoming trial in the weeks before she killed herself.
The mother of Norfolk television presenter Caroline Flack was threatened with arrest for speaking out over the treatment of her daughter, an inquest has heard.
The reopening of schools to all pupils from September could lead to an increase in new coronavirus cases, it has been warned.
The inquest into the death of Norfolk TV celebrity Caroline Flack is due to resume today.
Rising fuel prices has seen some Norfolk drivers paying as much at the forecourt as they did at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
A £2.2m package has been launched to support tourist businesses in Norfolk as they aim to lure back visitors following the coronavirus crisis.
Pupils will face big changes to lessons, classrooms and break times when they return to school in September.
Work has started on one of the largest schemes made possible from an extra £22m highway funding with dozens of roads across the county set to see improvements.
An inquest into the deaths of two men who died at a Norfolk chicken factory has been adjourned for the fifth time.
Norfolk’s chief constable has said he fears a ‘hidden bubble’ of child abuse crimes may have ooccured during coronavirus lockdown.
More than 500 people have signed an open letter urging Norfolk schools to do more to tackle racism and make it easier for both pupils and staff to report incidents.
A driver is facing charges after being clocked doing 110mph on the A47 with an unrestrained child in the footwell.
Smoking should be banned outside pubs, cafes and bars to make them more family friendly and help high streets recover from lockdown, councils have said.
The end of the school year is here, but many parents and children have been left without the normal opportunity to say goodbye to the teachers who have made such a big difference.
Local authorities will have new powers from Saturday to tackle coronavirus outbreaks, including closing specific premises, shutting outdoor spaces and cancelling events.
The region is set to bask in warm weather this weekend as grey rainy skies are replaced with sunshine and soaring temperatures.
The end of the school year is drawing near, but many parents and their children will be left without the normal opportunity to say goodbye to the teachers who have made such a big difference.
After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.
Norfolk parents have told how they have been left feeling anxious and out of their depth as they try to teach their children at home.
An award-winning Norwich prep school is allowing all children to use its library of recorded lessons and downloadable learning resources
NHS staff were given a thank you from the skies with a special Spitfire flypast at two of Norfolk’s biggest hospitals.
Fitness clubs, gyms and indoor pools will be allowed to reopen at the end of the month, with outdoor arts performances set to resume from the weekend, the government has announced.
A new Catholic primary school – the first to open in Norfolk for decades – is marking the completion of its first year in what has proved to be an eventful 12 months.
A dazzling comet can be seen streaking through the Norfolk night sky this month.
While some have been counting down the hours until the further easing of coronavirus restrictions, not everyone is going to be flocking to enjoy greater freedoms.
A steep fall in coronavirus cases saw just 12 positive tests last week in Norfolk, which had amongst the lowest coronavirus infection rates in England.
Schools have been told to keep children in class or year-sized “bubbles” and avoid creating “busy corridors” when all pupils return in September.
A school trust says it has seen overwhelming backing from parents and pupils over its decision to restart some lessons in August.
Schools could be asked to create whole year-group ‘bubbles’ of up to 240 pupils under plans to ease classroom social distancing but ensure all children can return to the classroom in September.
Parents could be fined if they do not send their children back to school in September, the Education Secretary has said.