Secretary of State for Education visits Palgrave and experiences difficulties faced by the primary school
Each shop is having a sale today and tomorrow
Council says the day brown bins are emptied could be changing as its garden waste service has proven so popular
Former Diss carnival organiser fondly remembers one of the event's biggest supporters
Fire crews attended a fire in Diss last night at what police believe to be a cannabis factory
Music, food and crafts event helps bring in thousands for good causes
Scandinavian model helps children build knowledge and self-confidence
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The male cub was born in late July
Man in his 60s remains in hospital
United win by the odd goal in five against Blofield.
Trevor Newman's side score three unanswered goals at home against Brantham.
Across the Border: The Ipswich View
Across the Border: The Norwich View
Jason Cook believes that his beaten team deserved more against Harleston.
Captain Jake Imrie's first-half goal is enough to seal all three points at Brewers Green Lane.
Russell and Liam are joined by Needham Market's Joe Marsden. AFC Sudbury, Hadleigh United, Stowmarket, Diss and Harleston are among those discussed.
The band will commemorate music and singers of both world wars with their show in Diss
Owner is selling off all his costumes
Can you guess what it will be?
New Eye Pictures shoot trailer in Hoxne
Two pages of pictures in tomorrow's Diss Express
In our series of videos featuring Peter Gillings, here he talks about his many cars
Visitors enjoyed tug of war, face painting, splat the rat and much more.
Who's going to try an eel?
Annual hops 'n' hogs event attracted more than 300 helpers from across the region.