More than a month after the murder of Peter Wrighton, a meeting will be held in East Harling to set up a dog walking buddy scheme.
Power tools have been stolen after a car ram raided a family home in Church Road, Wortham.
A Suffolk-based Ferrari car restoration business races ahead with beautiful results – as the iconic car brand celebrates 70 years of legendary motoring.
Staff at an East Anglian retailer have raised more than £700 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each).
South Norfolk Council is celebrating after all three of their leisure centres and their Community Leisure Service achieved the required standard to become Quest accredited.
Older people will have the chance to shine as The Pennoyer Centre will be celebrating Silver Sunday.
Seven engagement officers from Norfolk Constabulary are to be involved in a new project aiming to build stronger links with local communities.
A Diss chippy has dished up some generous donations for a animal charity in the town’s Heritage Triangle.
An Eye-based charity is attempting to break records by hosting the world’s longest fashion show next month – lasting 30 hours.
The scouting life isn’t just about camping and hiking, as Kenninghall Scouts proved that pizza-making is another one of their many skills.
A Mid Suffolk charity has reached a “turning point” after the grand opening of its first-ever charity shop – after losing funding from Suffolk County Council earlier this year.
Pints will keep flowing as Rushall’s village pub has found new owners and is due to reopen later this year.
Time is running out for residents to comment on Breckland Council’s draft document that will shape growth in the district until 2036.
Three pubs have reason to raise a glass having been crowned the winners of categories in South Norfolk Council’s pub of the year competition.
The Post Office has revealed there are currently no “detailed proposals” to move the branch in Market Place, Diss.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman in Attleborough was punched in the face and run over.
Say hello to Helen Dutton – Diss’s latest shop owner, offering something truly unique.
South Norfolk police seized two motorbikes at Tesco supermarket in Diss last night.
Diss and Long Stratton have been named as two of eight Norfolk market towns going under review to determine if their transport links will mange with thousands of new homes.
A recently established youth group in Diss is looking for new members to take part in exploring issues, new activities, and getting involved in the community.