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Council insists parking offers ‘non-negotiable’ as Harleston must make decision by end of October

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South Norfolk Police are appealing for the publics help to identify two men in the Diss area. Picture: South Norfolk Police.

Police appeal for identity of two men following burglary in Diss

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Greater Anglia train at Diss railway station. Picture: Andrew Martin.

Diss rail commuters delayed after person struck by train

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Kenton paedophile jailed after sex with 14-year-old

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Charity game in Diss will celebrate lives of teens killed in Pulham Market crash

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BREAKING: Road closure after cars collide in Harleston

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Eye and Scottow pair to brave Land’s End to Norwich cycle for charities

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Harleston. General views of the high street and town.

Auditions opening for Harleston Player’s production of Around The World in 80 Days

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Emma Poppenborg and Wagobera Christopher.

‘I can’t stress enough what a huge support the community has been’ – Emma’s annual jumble sale returns to Wortham next month

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HOME TOWN: Colin Oates took a Judo Training Session at the Lopham's Village Hall, in the place he grew up

Former Commonwealth gold medallist from North Lopham retires from competitive judo

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Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward.

Ipswich Town fan Zach Ward says: ‘We’ve had a great start – but we need to improve ahead of tougher tests’

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AFC Sudbury's players celebrate Adam Mills putting them into a 2-0 lead against Chipstead in the Emirates FA Cup  Picture: Richard Marsham

Saturday's local football round-up

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Under-14s win both events at Ipswich’s Hockey Fest

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Six-goal Scole run riot in their home cup encounter

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MDEP-09-09-2017-050 Diss Corn Hall Visitors enjoyed the photography exhibition

Exhibit explores the past of Diss

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Cast of the New Eye Threatre Company prepare for two performed readings, to take place at Abbey Hall in Eye on Sunday, September 16. Photo: Al Pulford Photography.

Former Jonathan Creek actor among the cast as New Eye Theatre Company returns this weekend

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The Prisoner of Zenda was performed by Suffolk Summer Theatres

REVIEW- The Prisoner of Zenda at Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

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Free cooking classes in Harleston.

Group cooking up free classes for beginners in Harleston

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More than 300 children enjoy a picnic and activities at a sports day at Diss High School.

More than 300 primary school children get involved with Diss High School’s picnic sports day

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Fressingfield will hold an open gardens event this weekend.

Fressingfield to hold its first open gardens event this weekend

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