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Motorist hurt as car ends up in ditch in Stonham Parva

A motorist was taken to hospital with a suspected broken arm after their car left the A140 at Stonham Parva on Wednesday.

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Crash on the A140 at Braiseworth

Man hospitalised after crash on the A140 at Braiseworth

A man has been taken to hospital with “serious” but “not life-changing” injuries after a crash on the A140 at Braiseworth, near Eye.

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Speeding driver in Snetterton

Motorist clocked driving at 134mph in Snetterton

A motorist clocked driving at 134mph in Snetterton has been warned they will be hearing from the authorities.

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Drink driver who was chased across Suffolk at 110mph after being spotted near Harleston jailed

A drink-driver who was chased across Suffolk at speeds of up to 110mph has been sent to prison.

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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 ‘ed-tech’ business Bedrock Learning secures £155,000 in crowd-sourced investments

A Diss-based online learning resource creator has “big dreams” for its future growth, after a campaign for crowd-sourced investments accrued more than £150,000.

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Crash in Brome

UPDATED: A140 at Brome reopens after collision

The A140 at Brome has reopened following a two-vehicle collision.

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The Crown Inn, Pulham Market. Photo: Andrew David Photography.

Pulham Market pub hoping to ‘crown’ successful three years in search of national award

A south Norfolk pub will be looking to ‘crown’ a successful three years as it goes in search of a national award.

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No injuries after two car crash on A140 at Tivetshall St Mary

There were no injuries after two cars were involved in a crash on the A140 at Tivetshall St Mary on Saturday.

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Austrin Samuel Maitland McKenna. Submitted photo.

Family pays tribute to Wetheringsett man killed in A140 crash who “lived life to the full”

A family has paid tribute to a “unique soul” who “lived life to the full” who was killed in a road accident at Little Stonham earlier this month.

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Her Majesty the Queen meets Syne Quan Non directors and other guests during a reception inside Buckingham Palace for the Queens Award winners in 2009. Picture credit: Press Association.

Diss biometrics firm Syne Qua Non wins prestigious Queen’s Award for Innovation

A Diss-based biometrics firm has earned the UK’s most prestigious accolade for business innovation, in recognition of its service which helps trials of new medical treatments.

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Business as usual for Diss’s Heritage Triangle traders as streetscaping works get underway

It is very much a case of ‘business as usual’ for the Heritage Triangle traders in Diss as the long-awaited streetscape works get underway in the town’s historic commercial centre.

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Bridgham woman swaps running businesses with running London Marathon for Feline Care

Bridgham woman swaps running businesses with running London Marathon for Feline Care

After 15 years immersed in the business world, Valerie Watson-Brown decided she had to seek a new challenge that took her away from it all.

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Ed Sheeran. Photo: SWNS

Bidding open on final Ed Sheeran auction to raise money for EACH

Fans of Framlingham-born Ed Sheeran have a chance to bid on one more selection of items belonging to the music mega-star, in order to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

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Man dies in A140 crash

Man dies in crash on A140 at Little Stonham

A man has died after a crash on the A140 at Little Stonham at the weekend.

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Pulham Market, Norfolk. Flowers and tributes at the scene of the crash in Pulham Market, where three teenagers Kyle Warren, 17, Billy Hines, 16, and Dominic O�"Neill, 18, died following the accident on April 6 on Tivetshall Road just outside the village. 

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PULHAM CRASH: Families pay tribute to teenagers who were ‘loved by all’

The families of three people killed in a road crash in Pulham Market last week have paid tribute to three boys who were “loved by all.”

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Framingham, Suffolk. Suffolk residents Henry Dunham (left) and Sam Crimp (right) have returned to the UK after 10 months walking 6,000 miles from Framlingham to Kathmandu in Nepal, via 11 countries, during which they raised over �14,000 for Brain Tumour Research. 

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Suffolk pair hail supporters after ten-month charity journey to Nepal raises £14k

Arriving back in Framlingham after trekking 6,000 miles to Nepal over ten months, Henry Dunham and Sam Crimp paid tribute to the constant encouragement they had from family, friends and strangers alike.

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Pulham Market, Norfolk. Flowers and tributes at the scene of the crash in Pulham Market, where three teenagers Kyle Warren, 17, Billy Hines, 16, and Dominic O�"Neill, 18, died following the accident on April 6 on Tivetshall Road just outside the village. 

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PULHAM CRASH: Inquest opens into the death of three teenagers

An inquest opening has heard three teenagers died of multiple injuries when their car crashed and burst into flames in Pulham Market last week.

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Pulham Market, Norfolk. Flowers and tributes at the scene of the crash in Pulham Market, where three teenagers Kyle Warren, 17, Billy Hines, 16, and Dominic O�"Neill, 18, died following the accident on April 6 on Tivetshall Road just outside the village. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE PHOTOGRAPHY

PULHAM CRASH: Tributes continue to flood in for Kyle Warren, Billy Hines and Dominic O’Neill

Tributes from across the Diss Express area have poured in following a fatal crash in Pulham Market which claimed the lives of three teenagers.

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Old Buckenham, Norfolk. Tony and Jennie Man are the new managers at The Gamekeeper in Old Buckenham who'll be re-opening the pub on May 19.

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The Gamekeeper pub in Old Buckenham set for return under new management

A closed public house in Old Buckenham will return next month with new management at the helm, who described the pub as “a wonderful property in a wonderful location”.

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Diss Post Office

Norfolk MP set to meet minister to make case for retaining Diss Post Office

MP for South Norfolk Richard Bacon said the Post Office must recognise its branch in Diss is “at the heart of the local community”, as he prepares to discuss its future with a government minister.

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