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Firm builds bridges with Framlingham nursery children in visit

An award-winning family building company has welcomed a party of local nursery school children to its development in Framlingham.

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Ipswich Crown Court

Hand over cash or face more jail time, judge tells Wattisfield fraudster

A business owner has only a fraction left of the tens of thousands of pounds he charged for vehicle repairs which were never carried out, a court has heard.

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Met Office warns of strong winds

Warning of 50mph winds across East Anglia tomorrow

East Anglia can expect winds of up to 50mph from tomorrow morning to early Thursday.

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The Christmas Street Market in Harleston takes place on Saturday, December 2. Submitted photo.

Stress-free shopping and family fun on offer as Christmas Street Market and lights switch-on returns to Harleston

Stress-free Christmas shopping, with fun for all of the family, will be on offer in Harleston as the festive season edges ever closer.

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VILLAGE SIGN - ATTLEBOROUGH

Water-way was to boost Attleborough St Mary Scout Group – council awards more than £4,000 for improvements

A Norfolk scout group has been boosted by a Breckland Council grant – to the tune of more than £4,000.

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Richard Bacon, MP for South Norfolk

COLUMN: Richard Bacon MP - ‘Co-op deserves praise for public-spirited decision to support free parking in Harleston’

Let me begin this month’s column in praise of the East of England Co-Op and its public-spirited decision to support free car parking in the town.

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MDEP-26-11-2016-062 Mayor and Ben Langley switch on lights  Diss Xmas Lights 2016

‘Bigger, better and brighter’ planned for Diss for Saturday’s big switch-on extravaganza

One of the organisers behind Saturday’s Christmas lights switch-on has promised a festive event like no other the town of Diss has ever seen.

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The Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.

READER LETTER: We need structured partnerships to allow councils to help most vulnerable patients

With regards your article (Service for hospital patients, Diss Express, November 3) I would just like to add that local councils do provide some help and advice to help keep patients in their own homes.

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Ian Holt, who is wheelchair bound, has criticized Flagship Homes for not carrying out improvements to make his house fit for someone with disabilities. 




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Wheelchair-bound Framlingham man ‘just wants some dignity’ in 15-year housing ‘fight’

Wheelchair-bound Ian Holt says he just wants some dignity – in what he claims is a 15-year battle with his tenancy provider to make his home meet his needs.

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CAT OF THE WEEK: Pepsie.

CATS OF THE WEEK: Sleek brother and sister pairing need a forever home

This is Pepsie – looking for a home with sister Wispa. They are a gorgeous pair of sleek, black cats and are looking for a home where they can stay together.

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Parking in Diss - Morrisons

READER LETTERS: Morrisons in Diss would be wrong to axe car parking spaces

I personally think it is not the right thing to do taking away lots of car parking spaces is madness, (Retail units plan for supermarket car park, Diss Express, November 10).

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Ipswich Crown Court

Man who bought specialist baby milk from Framlingham woman who obtained it fraudulently to pay back thousands

A man who purchased specialist baby milk which had been fraudulently obtained by a woman from Framlingham has been ordered to hand over more than £30,000.

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Witnesses sought after burglary in Scole

Police are investigating a burglary in Scole.

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‘I felt sick and worried’ says victim of £10,000 oil attack

The owner of an East Harling home targeted in an oil attack has described feeling ‘sick’ on discovering the damage.

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The Rev Canon Richard Norburn in St Nicholas Hospice Care's shop, in St John's Street, Bury St Edmunds in 2014

Founder and president of St Nicholas Hospice Care dies

The founder and president of St Nicholas Hospice Care in Bury St Edmunds has died.

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Ann Ward celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday 



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One hundred years old and fighting fit: Ann looks back on a life rich with naval history

Getting on as normal is the key to a long and happy life – so says Ann Ward, whose life and family has been rich in naval history.

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The new community building in Gissing.

Looking good: Corn Hall and Gissing Community Building scoop design awards

Two locations in the Diss Express area have proved they have got what it takes to look good after scooping the top prizes in South Norfolk Council’s Design Awards 2017.

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Garboldisham joins list of areas affected by spate of burglaries

Garboldisham joins list of areas affected by spate of burglaries

Norfolk Police are appealing for information after jewellery and cash was stolen from a property in Smallworth, Garboldisham.

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Road closed after motorcyclist suffers serious injuries in Tasburgh collision

Road closed after motorcyclist suffers serious injuries in Tasburgh collision

Church Road has been closed in both directions after a motorcyclist hit a parked vehicle.

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Kevin Mackie, owner, Old Forge Car Sales Diss

Full speed ahead for self-made businessman as new garage opens in Diss

Kevin Mackie has always had the drive to sell cars.

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