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Veteran Eye councillor Charles Flatman retires after 43 years of service

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VILLAGE SIGNS - EYE

STORM DORIS: More than 400 houses in Eye affected by power cut

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Red powercut markers are covering UK Power Network's live power cut map of Suffolk

Doris turns the lights out for thousands

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Fire in Aslacton

Chimney blaze is battled in Aslacton

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MURDER TRIAL: Suspect’s fingerprints found on car containing Weybread couple’s DNA, court hears

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East Harling animal charity praises public generosity after influx of 48 new cats

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UPDATED: Storm Doris could bring 80mph gusts to East Anglia and Orwell Bridge closure

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Church purchase for performance space would be ‘fitting’ way to mark Harleston Players’ 90th anniversary

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The Atkinsons Action Horses from the BBC's Poldark

Countdown begins to the Suffolk Show

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VILLAGE SIGNS - BUNWELL

57 jobs at risk as struggling Frank Dale Foods of Bunwell seeks buyer

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Car overturns in Diss

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Two car crash in Attleborough

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Crash in Hoxne

Car ends up in ditch in Hoxne

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Two hospitalised in Diss crash

Pair hospitalised in Diss crash

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South Norfolk Engagement Officer Jim Squires.

Project which empowers Norfolk communities to tackle speeding turning tens years old

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MURDER TRIAL: Suspect’s fingerprints found on car containing Weybread couple’s DNA, court hears

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Milton landfill site . Picture: Keith Heppell

Corrie’s mum backs police on safety precautions for tip search

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Appeal after power tools stolen from vans in Diss and Dickleburgh

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Five youths arrested in connection with criminal damage in Long Stratton

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Suffolk ‘not effectively’ meeting special educational needs of children, say inspectors

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Worlingworth, Suffolk. Class of the Week - Class Teacher, Mrs Jo Ryan with Goldcrest Class. 

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CLASS OF THE WEEK - Worlingworth CEVC Primary School

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Occold Primary School - Class of the week

CLASS OF THE WEEK - Occold Primary School

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The North Lopham community protested the proposed cuts to their road crossing patrol service in December 2016. Photo by Thomas Malina.

North Lopham school relieved after county council U-turn on crossing patrol cuts

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Diss

Education fund bids in Diss are now open

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STORM DORIS: More than 400 houses in Eye affected by power cut

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VILLAGE SIGNS - BUNWELL

57 jobs at risk as struggling Frank Dale Foods of Bunwell seeks buyer

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Diss Business Forum AGM 2017 at the Park Hotel, Diss. From left: Kerry Kirby, Leigh Thurston, Harold Rackham, Edward Nottingham, Rachel Hillier from Diss First Responders, Chris Billson, Brian Bale, Leon Zaal and Annette Buzza. Photo: Wendy Aiken Photography.

New chairman wants to carry on ‘excellent’ work of Diss Business Forum

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North Lopham boxing author Ralph Oates.

North Lopham boxing author ready for round ten with upcoming release

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Veteran Eye councillor Charles Flatman retires after 43 years of service

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Ed Sheeran. Photo: SWNS

Framlingham’s Ed Sheeran wins appeal to build cart lodge at luxury farmhouse

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A Syrian refugee

Same age but different worlds — Attleborough student’s Skype exchange into refugee crisis

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Defeat for Labour call for Suffolk to spend to save

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Dave Harris launched Harris's Hog Roast in October 2016. Submitted photo.

Redundancy gave Gislingham man ‘food for thought’ with new venture

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Latest: Gale warning area for East Anglia reduced

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More snow showers on the way says Met Office

More snow and ice for East Anglia tonight

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Snetterton Renewable Energy Plant during its construction. ANL-161229-102340001

Snetterton Renewable Energy Plant generates first electricity ahead of schedule

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South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon

South Norfolk MP says Marston’s Diss appeal rejection an ‘early Christmas present’ to independent traders

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East Harling animal charity praises public generosity after influx of 48 new cats

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Katie Rich, owner and chef at Katie's Kitchen in Diss, will walk 10,000 steps every day throughout March to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Katie’s Kitchen owner of Diss to walk 10,000 steps a day to help cancer research

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23,000 poultry are set to be culled at Bridge Farm near Redgrave in Suffolk, after a suspected bird flu outbreak. 

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Latest: Bird flu confirmed at poultry farm near Redgrave

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Gill Adamson, of Wattisfield.

Wattisfield widow says hospice support sessions in Botesdale are ‘like a big hug’

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Crash in Hoxne

Car ends up in ditch in Hoxne

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