Work to build next-generation full-fibre broadband is due to start in 18 villages across south Norfolk this month.
Tools were taken after sheds were broken into at a property.
M&Co bosses are urging residents in Diss to help support the British high street, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cripple the retail sector.
A brewery's "Drive Thru" beer collection service is being given a Hallowe'en makeover to frighten customers next week.
Students at Hartismere School used lockdown to create their own artwork reflecting their experiences during the turbulent time.
In doing so, Alan Carter has managed to raise more than £2,500 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices.
The family of Jack Lee paid tribute to him by completing a 10-mile walk across Diss, passing by as many of his old stomping grounds as possible.
A man has been taken to hospital after being pinned against his own car in a road rage incident.
The pair met on a dating app and are now planning future together having bought a house and got engaged.
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March Town were comfortable winners when they visited Diss Town.
Bury and Leiston suffer late FA Cup heartbreak while Needham and Stow continue unbeaten starts and good wins for Soham, Ely, Woodbridge and Melford.
Ipswich Town fan Joey Sadler look back on the Doncaster debacle as well as previewing the weekend's match at Lincoln City.
Diss Town boss Michael King previews the visit of high-flying March Town United to Brewers Green Lane as well as reflecting a some mixed results.
It was a day where Stowmarket Town claimed a league record, Thetford Town got off the mark and Felixstowe hit five but Bury Town made a cup exit.
Tractor Boys were impressive last weekend but now they need to build on it.
Framlingham manager keen to capitalise on big victory.
The Corn Hall has been handed an essential lifeline after securing government funding that promises to see the venue through until spring next year.
Robin Shaw talks opportunities came to an abrupt halt due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Theatre group brings together crowds of people and ducks for a special production of Romeo and Juliet.
Mr Burns has put on his first exhibit which blends to his two hobbies of art and magic to raise money for charity.
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The actress played Pussy Galore in the James Bond film Goldfinger and as Cathy Gale in the 1960s TV show The Avengers.
It all started with a shed and a fridge off eBay.
The business which started from selling potatoes in a lay-by in the 1980s.