A geneticist living in New Buckenham has received ‘fantastic’ feedback from her new children’s book aiming to marry literacy and science.
Many say the pub is the heart of the village. The Burston Crown has gone one step further and decided to lend a hand to the village’s flourishing musicians.
It was a day for the history books on Wednesday as the Heritage Triangle in Diss held its formal opening at The Corn Hall.
Clinical biometrics experts Syne Qua Non (SQN) are celebrating being named as winners of a Queen’s Award for Innovation – the UK’s highest accolade for business success .
Work to resurface the carriageway of Chequers Road, Tharston, will see the road closed all day on on Sunday, October 29 – weather permitting.
The Natural Foodstore, based in Norfolk House Yard, Diss is ready to start a new chapter of its life next week – set to become a Workers’ Co-operative on Tuesday.
Long Stratton’s own avian celebrity was flying high with fame until residents discovered he had been kidnapped.
Tallulah Torrance, a Year 9 pupil at Framlingham College, has proved she has a head for history after winning first prize in the Historical Association’s Young Historian Awards, writes Andrew Martin.
An Eye-based charity is expecting to smash the Guinness World Record for the longest fashion show, having held a 30 hour event and added six hours to the previous record.
A Suffolk MP has expressed his delight after the announcement that a bid for funding to improve the A140 at Brome, near Eye Airfield, has been successful – bringing £3.75 million from the Department for Transport.
An accident-prone crossroads and roundabout on the A140 at Hempnall is to be replaced – after Norfolk County Council won £3.05 million of government funding.
Staff from a leisure centre in Stradbroke found themselves celebrating in the House of Lords thanks to their participation in a national fundraiser.
North Lopham is set to see a burst of cute creativity as a knitted Bible festival returns to St Nicholas’ Church.
A postman has got all in a flap about a dove that tries to sit on his head while he is doing his rounds in Long Stratton.
It was award success as the 1st Roydon’s senior section Girl Guide group have garnered an impressive selection of qualifications to add to their CVs.
Long Stratton is one step closer to accessing ultrafast fibre broadband thanks to a collaboration between Openreach, the developers, the Parish Council and a local MP.
A village store in Dickleburgh, which recently underwent a total transformation, has been recognised for its improvement.
Coffee-giant Starbucks has confirmed the site of Mr D’s Diner on the A11, at the Besthorpe and Attleborough services, will become the latest of its drive-through coffee stores.
Celebrating years of local marriages, and marking the upcoming wedding anniversary of The Queen and Prince Philip, Attleborough Heritage Group’s Autumn Presentation will be on Saturday, October 28.
The Depperhaugh Nursing Home in Hoxne is launching an initiative to support carers looking after people at home.