A fitness centre in Diss has installed a new defibrillator to serve the community, following the near-death of Danish footballer Christian Eriksen.
Hundreds of houses could soon be under construction in the town, with a new planning application expected to be put forward in the coming weeks.
Alerts which trigger siren-like sounds on mobile phones and tablets are being tested across the UK today.
A man has been sentenced after aggressive driving through slow moving traffic in which he struck several cars.
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Residents have expressed their frustration after being forced to take a three-mile detour to get to and from their homes for more the last six months.
The Government's decision to slash its foreign aid budget, and the question of where new homes should be built make up this week's key topics.
Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for traffic restrictions on a busy street after a man’s cat was killed by a motorist.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two people were arrested in connection following a spate of car thefts.
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Here is a handy list of face covering options people have to choose from as they become mandatory in shops from July 24.
With face coverings in shops about to become mandatory we take a look at what the new rules mean for children and teenagers.
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Rectory Meadow-based side respond positively to the previous weekend's defeat.
Short trip to Snetterton proves to be the stuff of dreams.
Lewis Taylor's side slip to second in the Premier Division standings.
Long-serving Nigel Bruton was a great servant of Bury St Edmunds Angling Association.
Penalty shootout victory secures Steve Race's team the county cup.
All-rounder reflects on his destructive display for Diss last weekend.
A town is ready to leave lockdown behind and bring its community together with a beer festival.
Ralph Oates has released a quiz book, A Question of Boxing, to raise money for former professionals.
Railway reopens in style with popular historical event making its return.
The play will get underway in the town on July 17 and July 18.
Plans are under way to create a walk-in satellite studio as part of an expansion project by a local community radio station.
Book distribution networks helping to boost income.
Five reasons why you should take up stargazing this week.
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