Tiny Muntjac deer have become prey for pet dogs which have attacked and killed deer around the area.
A public meeting has been called in Harleston to discuss the future of the town.
A final announcement on the future of the village surgery at Dickleburgh is proving difficult to gain.
Tributes have been paid to the late Rodger Aves, 73, chairman of Bressingham and Fersfield Parish Council, who died on May 4 after a short illness.
Four women braved the cold in their bras to take part in the London MoonWalk in memory of Tracey Warnes of Occold who lost her battle with breast cancer last year.
South Norfolk planners have received notification of a planned application to build a farm of 21,600 solar panels on agricultural land at Pulham Market, just off the A140.
The formation of a neighbourhood plan and community gritting scheme were both on the agenda at Harleston’s annual town meeting on Wednesday evening.
Harleston Information Plus (HIP) has been awarded a Norfolk County Council Living Well grant to offer local jobseekers free training and work experience.
Traffic was backed up along the A143 near Denton yesterday following a serious road traffic collision in Earsham.
Tributes have been paid to a “special” young man from Eye who died following a road crash on Monday.
Diss has earned £11,000 in funding to shape its future - including £1,000 given by an anonymous business person.
Firefighters were called to a building fire in Diss this morning.
Harleston Lions Club will be holding its annual sponsored walk on Sunday for Parkinson’s UK Research.
Long Stratton residents are being asked to respond to an Area Action Plan consultation which includes the development of a long-awaited bypass, at least 1,800 homes and employment opportunities.
Diss and Thetford CAB is warning people to be on the look out for con artists during Scams Awareness Month.
The Redgrave businessman accused in a major fraud case has declined to give evidence to a jury considering claims that he was involved in a £5.7 million international fraud.
The region’s ambulance service is urging people of all ages to look out for each other while out and about during the bank holiday and beyond.
Police crack down on illegal raves across south Norfolk and north Suffolk in run up to bank holiday weekend
Police are reminding members of the public and landowners across south Norfolk and north Suffolk to report any suspicious activity in the run up to and during the bank holiday weekend, in a bid to crack down on illegal raves.
Police are appealing for information following three burglaries in Kenninghall yesterday.
A housing development in Wortham has been highly commended in regional awards given by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, dubbed the “property Oscars”.
A north Suffolk federation of primary schools has been awarded this year’s Outstanding Governing Body Award by the National Governors’ Association.
A property in north Suffolk has been broken into.
Police are appealing for information after a house in Eye was broken into.
An elderly brother and sister who spent 25 years living together before being separated have been reunited in Eye.
A patio door at a home in north Suffolk has been damaged.
Debenham Library, the smallest library in Suffolk, celebrated its tenth anniversary with a celebration on Friday.
The chartered surveyors looking to lease an empty bookmakers office in Victoria Road, Diss, say they have been in contact with bookmaking firms about the possibility of taking on the tenancy.
Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in a hotel car park in Diss.
Firefighters from Long Stratton responded to a building fire in the village this morning.
Local college raises nearly £800 through sale of Krispy Kreme doughnuts for Royal family-supported charity EACH
National Doughnut Week, an event which aims to raise funds for children’s hospices across the UK, was marked at a college in north Suffolk.
Pupils at Shelton with Hardwick Community Primary School have gone under the sea to make playtimes more fun.
South Norfolk’s Peter Beales Roses has won a Gold Medal at this week’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show for its exhibition stand in the show’s Great Pavilion.
A young motorcyclist from Eye who died following a two-vehicle road accident in Fressingfield has been named.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a laptop and bank documents were stolen during a burglary in Diss.
After it was recently revealed that the annual Botesdale Soapbox Race might not be staged in 2013, it has now been announced that another north Suffolk town’s annual go-kart race has been cancelled this year.
A young motorcyclist from the ‘Eye area’ has died following a two-vehicle road accident in Fressingfield.
Toasting marshmallows, pond dipping and den building were just a few of the activities on offer at Harleston Primary School as it hosted its woodland nature day.
Two visitors who made themselves at home at a Diss firm of solicitors and popular with its customers have mysteriously disappeared.
Part of Mere Street in Diss will be closed overnight on two nights next week so that manhole replacement works can be carried out.
As one of the oldest branches in the region and the country, Dickleburgh Royal British Legion celebrated its 90th anniversary on Saturday with a traditional fete and turned the clock back with a 1940s dance.
South Norfolk Youth Symphonic Band is a major contributor to the cultural life of the area, taking part in aabout30 concerts a year and raising many thousands of pounds for charity.
Firefighters were called to a chimney fire in north Suffolk over the weekend.
Two firms behind controversial proposed £100million straw-fired power stations have teamed up.
Harleston Royal Navy veteran Harry Stapleton, aged 94, has received the Arctic Star Medal in recognition of his service with the Arctic Convoys during the Second World War.
Firefighters from Diss were called to extinguish a chimney fire in Winfarthing on Saturday.
Crews from Diss and East Harling among those called to shed fire after concerns about chemical fumes
Firefighters from Diss, East Harling and Attleborough were among those called to a fire at an old duck shed in Rockland St Peter yesterday that was being used to store chemicals.
The economy of Diss is taking a turn for the better with more and more shops and offices seeking space in the heartland of the town centre.
My first priority is always to look after the people of Central Suffolk and North Ipswich as your local MP and it is always pleasing when the work I am doing as a Government Health Minister benefits children and families in Suffolk.
Two south Norfolk women braved the stares of passers-by as they walked to Diss train station in their bras - all in the name of charity.
Diss Express readers can win a pair of tickets to see pop band Blondie belting out some iconic hits from the 80s when they take to the stage in Thetford Forest as part of the 2013 Forest Live concert series.
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Weather for Diss
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 6 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North west