Diss firm chosen to roll out digital meeting room

Diss firm Midwich will play a big role in the roll-out of a new digital meeting room tool designed to makes workplaces more productive.

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

Decision on future of Harleston car parks deferred until next month

A decision on the future of car parking in Harleston will be made next month.

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

Attleborough residents are being encouraged to have their say – and potentially influence how £4.5m is spent to improve the town centre.

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

Work to improve the historic heart of Diss is coming to a close.

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

A new system at South Norfolk Council-run car parks means change can be a thing of the past.

Roadworks are due to begin in Great Moulton on Monday.

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

One week of roadworks is due to begin in Great Moulton on Monday.

Diss training and development business CAKE People Development have moved to a larger site

Pictured: Margaret Burnside (Director), Shelley Measures (Marketing manager), Jo Tonnison (Programme Manager), Steve Burnside (Director) and Laura Burns (Programme Coordinator) 

PICTURE: Mecha Morton

CAKE People Development finds a new home in Diss Business Park

An organisation specialising in workforce training has made Diss Business Park its new home.

Michael Davey and David Evans of B4RNorfolk with members of the Tivetshall community

Volunteer group launches ultra-fast fibre broadband plan for East Anglia

Volunteer social enterprise groups have joined forces to offer ultra-fast fibre optic broadband to East Anglia – including South Norfolk and North Suffolk.

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

A Burston man hoping to raise funds and awareness to tackle a “terrible disease” is organising a charity motorbike ride after his good friend was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

Nathan Rogers, Midwich.

New appointment at one of Diss’s biggest employers

Midwich, one of the largest employers in Diss, has announced a new man has taken the job as the Group’s NEC Business Development Manager.

Appeal after cars stolen from Fritton

Luxury Mercedes roadster stolen from Fritton garage later found crashed in Wattlefield

A luxury Mercedes roadster stolen from a Fritton garage was found crashed in Wattlefield as police appeal for information.

Natural Foodstore's kickstarter reaches more than �5,000. PICTURE: MARK BULLIMORE.

Diss’ Natural Foodstore to celebrate ‘fantastic’ £5,000 kickstarter success with gathering

Diss’ longest running independent shop plans to celebrate raising more than £5,000 in a kickstarter to turn the shop into a worker’s co-operative.

Attleborough town sign

Attleborough to receive share of £230,000 as Breckland councillor concedes high streets facing ‘real challenges’

Attleborough is set to receive a share of nearly a quarter of a million pounds as Breckland Council aims to support the “regeneration” of its market towns.

There has been complaints of "loud" mopeds using footpaths and alleyways in Diss.

South Norfolk Engagement Officer says police committed to cracking down on anti-social motoring in Diss

South Norfolk Engagement Officer Jim Squires says the police are committed to cracking down on anti-social motoring in Diss.

Suffolk Animal Save hold a vigil outside C & K Meats.

Special guests join Suffolk-based animal rights group at Eye meat suppliers vigil

Two high-profile Australian vegans have joined a Suffolk-based activism group for a vigil outside C and K Meats, in Eye this morning.

Police incident

Police appeal for witnesses as tractor fails to stop after accident in Aspall

Suffolk Police are appealing for witnesses after a tractor failed to stop following an accident in Aspall.

The Jobcentre Plus in Diss

Diss Jobcentre unaffected by nationwide changes

The Diss Jobcentre will be unaffected by planned changes hitting Jobcentres across the UK.

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

Plans to improve the A140 junction at Eye have moved a step closer after a funding bid for improvement works was submitted to the Department for Transport by Suffolk County Council.

Long Stratton, Norfolk. South Norfolk Council Offices in Long Stratton

South Norfolk Council launches 17th Design Awards to recognise best architects, designers and buildings

South Norfolk Council is on the hunt for outstanding buildings at the forefront of design.

South Norfolk Council's Community Pub of the Year competition launched at South Norfolk on Show on Sunday. Photo: South Norfolk Council.

South Norfolk Council wants residents to get into the spirit of competition as community pub contest launches

South Norfolk Council is calling on the district’s residents to get into the spirit of competition as voting opens for the ninth Community Pub of the Year awards.

Load more