Spread of COVID-19 across Norfolk care homes linked to "inadequate access" to PPE
New research from the University of East Anglia (UEA) has found a direct correlation between a surge in coronavirus cases at care homes across Norfolk and insufficient amounts of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Captain Tom Moore congratulates teenage boy who raises thousands of pounds for East Anglia hospice
Captain Tom Moore has sent a message of congratulations to a thirteen-year-old boy, who's raised over £16,000 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH).
Vulnerable young people across Norfolk receive 'Arts Parcels' to help them get "creative"
Over 1,000 special Arts Parcels to vulnerable young people across Norfolk, who struggle to access the internet, to help them get "creative" and reflect on their time in lockdown.
Coronavirus: Rate of new infections 'almost entirely preventable', says former chief scientific adviser
A further 27,000 excess deaths are "likely" between now and next April under the current approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic, a former government chief scientific adviser says.
We were shouted at for wearing masks. This is why the situation in the US is so dire
We were shouted at for wearing masks when we turned up outside Houston City Hall.
Former head of MI6 says theory coronavirus was made in Wuhan lab 'must not be dismissed as conspiracy'
A former British spy chief says he wants a more open debate on the origin of the coronavirus pandemic and warns against dismissing as conspiracy the idea that it might have come from a laboratory.
Kanye West says he is running for US president - and he has won the backing of Elon Musk
Kanye West has announced he is running for US president - and he has already won the backing of billionaire Elon Musk.
Tom Cruise can resume filming Mission: Impossible in UK after culture sec gives production the green light
Major sporting events, as well as TV and film productions, are to be given an exemption from the UK's 14-day coronavirus travel quarantine.
Lewis Hamilton warns 'silence is complicit' in racism as Formula One drivers split over taking knee
Lewis Hamilton has told his Formula One rivals that "silence is complicit" in racism after it emerged drivers are divided over whether to take a knee before Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix.