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Diss Town Council and Heritage Triangle Trust object to retail units plan at Morrisons

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VILLAGE SIGN - WETHERINGSETT CUM BROCKFORD

Medical experts unable to discover cause of Wetheringsett woman’s death

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The A14 came to a standstill this morning

Police find man in Long Stratton with cannabis and tablets

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Stranded Santa visits pupils at Riddlesworth Hall School

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Appeal for suspects who broke into Bressingham property

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Fog warning for East of England tonight

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READER LETTER: UK will remain on naughty step on Brexit – if we don’t face up to legal and moral obligations

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Cat of the Week -Socks

CAT OF THE WEEK: Can you give Socks the purr-fect home for Christmas?

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

Support for debt, domestic abuse and loneliness on offer in South Norfolk

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TOP PERFORMANCE: Poppy Mayall

Gold and silver medals for Fram College student

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MEMORABLE VICTORY: Stowmarket Town's players celebrate Anton Clarke's goal, which made it 4-2 against league leaders Felixstowe & Walton United  Picture: Mecha Morton

Saturday's local football round-up

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STAYING ON: Mark Williamson

Williamson to continue in role as skipper

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There have been two new arrivals at Diss Town

THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE: Diss Town make double signing

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Framlingham holds all county titles after girls’ recent success

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Scole leave it late to claim points

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New striker helps to fire Debenham to away victory

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Ipswich Town fan Dave Gooderham’s column: Depressing reality hits home

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The High Sheriff of Suffolk Geoffrey Probert (centre) visits directors and volunteers at The Bank, Eye. Photo: Zach Ward.

High praise from Suffolk High Sheriff as The Bank, Eye, looks ahead to 2018 after reopening

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Hartismere Place, Eye.

Eye care home to open doors and spread Christmas cheer on Friday

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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

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Picture Mark Westley

Scole Parish Council objects to McDonald’s bid at ‘accident hotspot’

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Damian Conway, Director of Dipple and Conway Opticians (left), celebrates the success of Cats Eyes ale with Martin Green, Fundraising Manager of childrens charity Break. Picture: Newsmakers.

Cheers! Diss opticians’ glasses to glasses initiative is a barrel of fun – and raises charity cash

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Free cooking classes in Harleston.

Group cooking up free classes for beginners in Harleston

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