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Coronavirus in Norfolk

Waveney MP Peter Aldous is calling for the prime minister’s chief aide to resign after his controversial lockdown travel as he admits receiving hundreds of emails from frustrated constituents.

The region’s mental health trust has been criticised for discussing in private a report into its staff culture of “bullying and lack of respect” - at a meeting meant to be open to the public.

Management at a popular photography studio have admitted they will not let the coronavirus pandemic get the better of them.

The future of 6,000 workers is uncertain after the owners of Bella Italia, Café Rouge and Las Iguanas confirmed plans to call in the administrators.

VAT on tourism businesses should be cut to 5pc to help the rural economy recover from the coronavirus crisis, said East Anglia’s countryside business leaders.

Center Parcs has once again extended the closure of all its UK holiday parks, including a site in Suffolk.

People have been told to wear face coverings in enclosed settings such as public transport and some shops, the government has announced, as it published its “road map to recovery” from the coronavirus lockdown.

A teacher has found online fame from as far as America after creating a series of online lessons to help her students learn during the coronavirus lockdown.

A former London banker-turned-hotelier is doubling the number of specially prepared ready meals to be sent to the front line.

East Anglian holiday firm Hoseasons has stated it is dealing with tens of thousands of customers who’ve had holidays cancelled.

The coronavirus crisis has exposed the fragility of our food chains and proved the worth of East Anglia’s farmers – presenting a “once-in-a-generation opportunity” to harness support for British food.

Center Parcs has extended the closure of all its UK sites - including one in Suffolk - amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

A 78-year-old cyclist has been inspired by Captain Tom Moore to take on the 2.6 Challenge for a hospice close to his heart.

Tributes have been paid to a “remarkable” man who continued to be a glider pilot up to the age of 92.

Kindhearted players at a community football club have praised the amazing work of the NHS amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.

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The organisers of Red Rooster Festival are giving away free tickets to NHS staff and other frontline workers to thank them for their heroic work fighting coronavirus.

Farming leaders have urged the government to delay the transition away from EU subsidies and offer immediate assistance to rural businesses with their environmental payments during the coronavirus pandemic.

With doctors, nurses and other health workers facing up to COVID-19, frontline hospital staff are taking showers before heading home from their shifts.

For thousands of children across the region, this week would have marked the return to school after the Easter holidays.

Householders are being warned following a spate of scam telephone calls being made amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.

A former banker who has just bought an inn in Norfolk is aiming to provide 10,000 free meals for NHS workers fighting coronavirus.

A further four patients who had tested positive for coronavirus have died at the James Paget University Hospital.

Most farmers believe the coronavirus crisis could ultimately “change agriculture for the better” after the current disruption and uncertainty subsides, according to an industry survey.

An innovative conference will return this weekend – and it looks set to be the “biggest ever.”

An online business “match-making” service has been launched to help East Anglia’s food producers and buyers find each other amid the supply chain disruption of the coronavirus lockdown.

Skilled Romanian farm workers are being flown into the UK to help train a new “Land Army” to save East Anglia’s salad and vegetable harvest during the coronavirus lockdown.

Challenges to keep children active during the continuing coronavirus crisis are proving to be a “brilliant” success.

Shoppers are being urged to look out for scam emails that are circulating which claim to offer money off vouchers from supermarkets.

A popular holiday park and marina is providing accommodation to “a community of heroes” during the coronavirus crisis.

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