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Diss shopper’s shock at abusive note left in her car

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MDEP-16-11-2016-030 Broad Street Car Park Harleston

Decision on future of Harleston car parks deferred until next month

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Police appeal after burglary in East Harling.

Jewellery, cash and air rifle taken in East Harling burglary

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From left: Ian Stevens, Annie Pickess, Rachel Rackham, David Long, Steve Barraclough, and his partner Liz, at Bridge House, Palgrave. Photo supplied by Jerry Rolfe.

Chance meeting leads to steam-powered trip down memory lane for Weybread woman

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Landfill search for missing Corrie to end with no trace found of airman

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Upcoming Park Radio receives donations

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Eye woman recognised for helping region’s young people

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Diss firm chosen to roll out digital meeting room

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Crowds flock to Weeting Steam Rally 2017   PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Weeting Steam Rally rolls out great day for all

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Award-winning Reuse and Recycle event returns to Diss in August

Popular and award-winning reuse and recycling event returning to Diss in August

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Decision on future of Harleston car parks deferred until next month

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General View of Attleborough



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Attleborough residents encouraged to have their say on how £4.5m should be spent to improve town centre

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New state of the art machines have been installed in South Norfolk Council-run car parks - giving motorists more ways to pay. Submitted photo.

Change can be a thing of the past as state of the art parking machines installed in Diss

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Roadworks are due to begin in Great Moulton on Monday.

TRAVEL INFORMATION: Week-long road closure in Great Moulton from Monday

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Ted Churchard, of Burston, has been diagnosed with brain cancer. Submitted photo.

Burston man organising charity motorbike ride to support good friend diagnosed with brain cancer

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Jewellery, cash and air rifle taken in East Harling burglary

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Corrie McKeague

Landfill search for missing Corrie to end with no trace found of airman

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Norfolk Chief Constable Simon Bailey

Norfolk Chief Constable admits there were failings into claims of sexual assault from jailed Tasburgh man

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Burglary in Diss

Handbag stolen in Diss burglary

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Departing Dennington head says award win “lovely” way to mark 40 years in education

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Sir Robert Hitcham's Primary School has been shortlisted for a Dulux competition to revamp the school's dinning hall, pictured are members of the school council in the dining room. Pictured is Sophia Scurrell.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Sir Robert Hitcham CEVA School in Debenham enters £10,000 Dulux competition for dining room transformation

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Attleborough Academy celebrates 50 years of secondary education. From left: CEO of Tengroup, Mr Dick Palmer, former Attleborough High Assistant Principal, Mr David Jones,  former Headteacher of Attleborough High, Mr Stuart Bailey, and current Headteacher of Attleborough Academy Mr Neil McShane

Library dedication a ‘fitting’ finale as Attleborough Academy celebrates 50 years of secondary education

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Some of the pupils at Wortham Primary School with their Bug Hotel they have created.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Wortham primary school’s bug hotel aims for silver award

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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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Decision on future of Harleston car parks deferred until next month

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PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Diss firm chosen to roll out digital meeting room

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General View of Attleborough



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Attleborough residents encouraged to have their say on how £4.5m should be spent to improve town centre

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General View of the heritage triangle St Nicholas Street and Market Hill where work has nearly finished



PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Pedestrians the priority as Diss Heritage Triangle streetscape works come to a close

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Pedestrians the priority as Diss Heritage Triangle streetscape works come to a close

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South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss gets a ticking off from the Speaker after ‘disingenuous’ remark in the House of Commons

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Councillors resign in Mellis

Mid Suffolk district councillors step in as six Mellis parish councillors resign

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IN THE COLD: June Vincent  has told of her frustration after being left without heating for the best part of a month.

Metfield pensioner, 90, left without heating for a month

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Dr Dan Poulter meets with, Stephen Britt (Anchor Storage), Ben Moulton (Anglia Freight), Robert Bartrum (Bartrum Road Services) and Jim Mann (Permastore) at the A140 at Brome.

Suffolk County Council lodges bid for £5.3m improvement scheme for A140 at Eye

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Winners announced as Big Litter Pick 2017 ends

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New conservation manager Rob Martyr (right) shakes hands with chair Peter Coster (left).

Conservation project hires first employee after £60,000 grant

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Horsham, Suffolk. Mark Bradley has made Spot On Tuning, his car servicing business in Denham, completely solar powered, using solar panels from his other company, Solar Decker. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Denham garage owner goes totally solar powered as summer arrives

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Harleston Open Gardens. No 6 Lesley and David Rock at their Beeches house and garden.

PICTURES: Harleston Open Gardens weekend draws hundreds from far and wide

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Pair injured after road accident in Hempnall

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Framlingham woman who was found on floor in Felixstowe and died in hospital named by police

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Ruddy Muddy, a van artist who lives near Attleborough, immortalised Bradley Lowery and Jermaine Defoe in his latest effort. Photo: Ruddy Muddy / @Ruddy_Muddy

Attleborough man’s ‘graffilthy’ art captures Bradley Lowery’s special bond with England ace

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Laura Button, of Harleston, has raised a combined �800 for the Waveney Valley Community First Responders and Al lHallows Nursing Home in Bungay. Submitted picture.

Harleston woman’s double-marathon effort boosts two good causes

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Mark 'Harry' Harrison, of Thorndon, took part in a 230-mile charity challenge. Submitted photo.

Thorndon man completes 230-mile run in four days for two loved ones

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