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Double-amputee Duncan Slater believes new legs will make all the difference in toughest footrace on earth

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Original Status Quo drummer John Coghlan (centre) with Redgrave-based rock band Walkway. Submitted photo.

Original Status Quo drummer to join Redgrave’s Walkway on stage for Rick Parfitt Tribute

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Dodgeball, rounders and more on offer to youngsters in Attleborough during Easter holidays

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Teams of specially trained officers from Suffolk and Norfolk are searching the tip

Corrie’s uncle criticises police for tip search delay

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Boots Pharmacy window smashed in Harleston

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Bressingham woman is village’s ‘biggest loser’ — and could be set for a big gain in national competition

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£8.8m study funding for key East Anglia rail upgrade approved

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Check your county poll vote

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Garage fire in Rickinghall. Photo: Rosanna Thompson.

Cars and garage catch on fire in Rickinghall

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Corrie's mum Nicola Urquhart  with her sons Darroch, left, and Makeyan McKeague

Missing Corrie’s brothers’ touching Mothers’ Day tributes to their mum

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£8.8m study funding for key East Anglia rail upgrade approved

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Train and Tractor crash at Roudham

Train driver who put safety of others before his own after Roudham crash is hailed a ‘hero’

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Car accident on A140

Pair hospitalised after A140 crash near Brome

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VIDEO: Children have been ‘left traumatised’ after car rams family vehicle head-on in Dickleburgh

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Roadworks on the A143

TRAVEL NEWS: Delays expected at A143 Harleston Bypass for resurfacing works

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Corrie’s uncle criticises police for tip search delay

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Police appeal after window smashed in Harleston

Boots Pharmacy window smashed in Harleston

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VILLAGE SIGN - DISS TOWN SIGN

Warning after cold calling incidents strike Diss area

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Paul Marion, NPAS assistant operations director for the south east, left, and Sgt Jules Bosley, unit base manager at Wattisham 



Picture: Mecha Morton

Police chopper move ‘will mean a 24/7 service’

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Big boost for Harleston school library after receiving £400 grant

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Members of Diss and Harleston Business Forums, as well as eight Year 9 students from Archbishop Sancroft High School, were given a tour of Westminster by South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon.

Local business forums and Archbishop Sancroft High School students get a flavour of Westminster after tour with South Norfolk MP

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The Year 7 English students of Attleborough Academy with TENGroup Chief Executive Dick Palmer and the schools Assistant Principal Carmina McConnell.

Attleborough Academy students make the news in annual BBC School News Report

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St Mary's C of E Junior Academy Long stratton is hosting a Healthy Habits event for parents and pupils, in partnership with South Norfolk Council, to promote healthy living.

Long Stratton launches ‘Healthy Habits’ scheme aimed at tackling childhood obesity

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Diss-based start-up business Bedrock Learning has launched a fundraising campaign on Crowdcube to help expand its services.

Photo of co-founders Olivia Sumpter and Aaron Leary,

Diss start-up Bedrock Learning seeks investment to narrow ‘language gap’ in schools

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£8.8m study funding for key East Anglia rail upgrade approved

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VILLAGE SIGN - DISS TOWN SIGN

Warning after cold calling incidents strike Diss area

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Parking Charges in South Norfolk - Harleston where currently the parking is free - Bullock Fair Close Free Car Park

Harleston council bids to take over town’s car parks to keep free parking

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Diss, Norfolk. Weavers restaurant in Diss which celebrates 30 years of business on April 1, 2017, pictured are owners William and Katrina Bavin. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE PHOTOGRAPHY

Weavers restaurant of Diss to cross 30-year milestone in business

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Parking Charges in South Norfolk - Harleston where currently the parking is free - Bullock Fair Close Free Car Park

Harleston council bids to take over town’s car parks to keep free parking

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Harriett Steer. Picture by Paul Nixon

‘We ran and locked ourselves in’ South Suffolk MP’s aid describes London terror attack

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Paramedics on the scene outside the Houses of Parliament where an incident is unfolding, March 22 2107. See National News story NNCOMMONS; Police have reportedly shot a knifeman who stabbed an officer. The House of Parliament has been locked down after the as two men are being treated inside the grounds. Pictures from the scene appear to show a car crashed into railings outside the building just before 3pm. George Eaton tweeted: "Police have just shot a man who was attacking officers at parliament's entrance."

Region’s politicians unite in horror at Westminster terror attack

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Central Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter.

LONDON ATTACK: ‘You are always aware you are in an environment that may be a target’ - reaction from Central Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter

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Look out for alien invaders that like electricity

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Members of Diss and Harleston Business Forums, as well as eight Year 9 students from Archbishop Sancroft High School, were given a tour of Westminster by South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon.

Local business forums and Archbishop Sancroft High School students get a flavour of Westminster after tour with South Norfolk MP

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Heather (who wishes to remain anonymous) is a dog walker. Her lurcher has been unwell after eating elastic bands left in Diss Park. She wants to warn other dog walkers to be vigilant.

Dog walker warns Diss residents after lurcher falls ill from eating dumped elastic bands

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Flatford Mill now the power lines have been removed.

Constable country’s iconic Flatford Mill now free from power lines

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Bressingham woman is village’s ‘biggest loser’ — and could be set for a big gain in national competition

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Care home survey sings high praises of De Lucy House in Diss

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A man, believed to be in his 80s, was taken to hospital after falling in Diss.

Elderly man hospitalised after fall in Diss

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Car accident on A140

Pair hospitalised after A140 crash near Brome

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St Mary's C of E Junior Academy Long stratton is hosting a Healthy Habits event for parents and pupils, in partnership with South Norfolk Council, to promote healthy living.

Long Stratton launches ‘Healthy Habits’ scheme aimed at tackling childhood obesity

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