Diss Express

Hartismere High School student says bus cuts would be ‘catastrophic’

The Martin family: Helen , Katie, James, Henry, Vasco the dog and Sarah. The family found the payload in a field near their home in the Lophams. Submitted picture.

Students prove pigs can fly as payload search ends in South Lopham

Diss, Norfolk. Traffic Congestion on Vinces Road.

Norfolk County Council allocates £1 million for road improvements in Diss

Heavy rain

Diss Shopkeepers urge calm in town centre


Diss and Harleston decide council tax precept for coming year


Forncett St Mary artist prepares to raise thousands for Each with artwork


Muntjac deer stuck in railings rescued by fire crew in Diss

Diss Town Council decides council tax precept

Could you be Diss’ next town councillor? Two vacancies available at Diss Town Council

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Drink driver arrested in Dickleburgh disqualified from driving after blowing three times the limit

LATE JOY: Needham Market players celebrate Adam Mills' late goal at Bloomfields, which earned them an important point against play-off chasing Hendon  Picture: Ben Pooley

Saturday's local football round-up

BIT OF RAIN: A lot of the local football pitches have been badly affected by the volume of rain that has fallen in recent weeks, leading to cancelled games

Waterlogged pitches see cancelled games

MAKING STRIDES: Former Diss youth player Tom West: Picture: RFU Collection

West completes journey from Diss to Premiership


Division One status secured by Magpies’ men and women

More Sport

Norwich City fan Ed Seaman’s column: Season is not dead


Tangerines ready to return to action

Around the World in 80 Days

Review: Around the World in 80 Day, Theatre Royal Norwich

Whats on
A Ugandan choir made up of orphans and vulnerable children will perform in Suffolk later this month  inviting audiences to experience an encounter with God.

Ugandan choir made up of orphans and vulnerable children invites audience to ‘encounter with God’ in Stradbroke

Nicola Miller's vegetable soup

Culture: Nicola Miller says it's January - and that means it's time for a great soup

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

Keep things moving in South Norfolk this Christmas and recycle your cooking fats

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Picture Mark Westley

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

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