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Hand over cash or face more jail time, judge tells Wattisfield fraudster

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Met Office warns of strong winds

Warning of 50mph winds across East Anglia tomorrow

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The Christmas Street Market in Harleston takes place on Saturday, December 2. Submitted photo.

Stress-free shopping and family fun on offer as Christmas Street Market and lights switch-on returns to Harleston

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COLUMN: Richard Bacon MP - ‘Co-op deserves praise for public-spirited decision to support free parking in Harleston’

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‘Bigger, better and brighter’ planned for Diss for Saturday’s big switch-on extravaganza

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READER LETTER: We need structured partnerships to allow councils to help most vulnerable patients

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Wheelchair-bound Framlingham man ‘just wants some dignity’ in 15-year housing ‘fight’

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VILLAGE SIGN - ATTLEBOROUGH

Water-way was to boost Attleborough St Mary Scout Group – council awards more than £4,000 for improvements

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Ipswich Crown Court

Man who bought specialist baby milk from Framlingham woman who obtained it fraudulently to pay back thousands

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Jaik Mikleburgh  Picture: Contributed

Suffolk searching for a new professional as Mickleburgh relinquishes role

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TOP AWARD: Adrian Last receives his prize

Last picks up main award at Kesgrave Hall

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GREAT DAY: Diss youngsters enjoyed themselves at Leicester Tigers

Youngsters get up close with pros

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VIDEO: Saturday's local football round-up

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Framlingham rugby players tour France

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Travelling Harleston settle for a score draw

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Fram suffer maiden defeat as Hornets lose two in a row

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The Christmas Street Market in Harleston takes place on Saturday, December 2. Submitted photo.

Stress-free shopping and family fun on offer as Christmas Street Market and lights switch-on returns to Harleston

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MDEP-26-11-2016-062 Mayor and Ben Langley switch on lights  Diss Xmas Lights 2016

‘Bigger, better and brighter’ planned for Diss for Saturday’s big switch-on extravaganza

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Rock band Walkway, from Redgrave.

Walkway drafted in to support rock legends Status Quo in Norwich next week

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McDonalds logo.

Picture Mark Westley

Scole Parish Council objects to McDonald’s bid at ‘accident hotspot’

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Damian Conway, Director of Dipple and Conway Opticians (left), celebrates the success of Cats Eyes ale with Martin Green, Fundraising Manager of childrens charity Break. Picture: Newsmakers.

Cheers! Diss opticians’ glasses to glasses initiative is a barrel of fun – and raises charity cash

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Free cooking classes in Harleston.

Group cooking up free classes for beginners in Harleston

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