Sarah Reader, a Specsavers optical assistant, has raised £156 for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
Two men will brave a gruelling cycle from Land’s End to Norwich Cathedral to raise money for homeless charity Emmaus Norfolk and Waveney and the British Heart Foundation.
Aspiring amateur actors and actresses have the chance to be in the Harleston Player’s latest production, Around The World in 80 Days.
After working for 40 years in construction, Peter McSloy decided to follow his ambition and buy the The Beaconsfield Arms in Occold, near Eye.
A Diss couple reflected on their “wonderful life together” as they celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary today.
Things blossomed at the Diss & District Horticultural Society Early autumn show as dahlias and chrysanthemums were among the entries to be judged.
A Metfield woman is to turn back the clock with a new book about the village’s past.
Two betting shop staff members have saved a Diss pensioner’s life after they discovered him collapsed at home – after failing to show up to place his daily bets.
A driver has been left shaken and passengers delayed by 30 minutes after a brick-like object smashed a train window at Diss railway station this morning.
Network Rail has revealed commuters will experience a ten day closure at Christmas as ‘vital’ work is carried out on the line between Norwich and London.
It was full steam ahead for Mid Suffolk Light Railway Museum in Wetheringsett as the Middy’s Steam Railway Gala raised funds.
While the Tour of Britain raced across the county, one keen cyclist in Thornham Parva did not go very far at all – but still raised a huge amount of money by cycling the length of stage six on a static bike.
A Diss company has acquired a majority stake in a specialist distributor of audio visual and lighting solutions in the Netherlands.
For some, social media is for posting, liking, tweeting ... and videos of cats. But, for one man in Harleston, it could be the answer to the town’s bus troubles.
After months of debating, residents in Harleston have voted that the council should renew a long-term lease on the town’s car parks.
Eight site managers – including one from Attleborough – working for an East Anglian house building company have been recognised for their dedication to building high-quality homes.
A Suffolk history group has announced the launch of a new book, Shops and Shopping – Four Hundred Years of Retailing in Botesdale, Redgrave and Rickinghall.
Police forces in Norfolk and Suffolk have benefited from a “crucial investment” that will arm them with brand new technology in the fight against crime.
Pupils are at risk of losing their transport to school as Suffolk County Council proposes changes to its ‘unsustainable’ county-wide bus services.
Thousands gathered on the village green in Burston on Sunday to commemorate the annual Burston Strike Rally – the longest-running strike in history.