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Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says Burston Strike Rally teaches lessons of “determination and courage”

04 September 2017
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says Burston Strike Rally teaches lessons of “determination and courage”

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says Burston Strike Rally teaches lessons of “determination and courage”

04 September 2017

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer John McDonnell appeared as a speaker and took part in the march at the Burston Strike Rally on Sunday.


UPDATED: Suffolk County Council reviews Stoke Ash and Thwaite bus timetable changes

01 September 2017
UPDATED: Suffolk County Council reviews Stoke Ash and Thwaite bus timetable changes

UPDATED: Suffolk County Council reviews Stoke Ash and Thwaite bus timetable changes

01 September 2017

Suffolk County Council has decided to review proposed changes to local bus services following a ‘number of concerns’ from residents and parish councils.


Horham man overcomes cancer and climbs church tower for good causes

01 September 2017
Horham man overcomes cancer and climbs church tower for good causes

Horham man overcomes cancer and climbs church tower for good causes

01 September 2017

When Paul Hambling was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer in April last year, he refused to give up despite losing a leg ... and now he has climbed his village’s church tower to raise money for two good causes.


Share scheme launched to help buy Cross Keys village pub in Redgrave

01 September 2017
Share scheme launched to help buy Cross Keys village pub in Redgrave

Share scheme launched to help buy Cross Keys village pub in Redgrave

01 September 2017

The journey of a Redgrave community group to purchase the village’s Cross Keys Pub continues – with some intergalactic help from Star Wars actor George Roubicek.


Classic cars, bus rides and live music delights visitors at Harleston and Waveney Festival family fun day

01 September 2017
Classic cars, bus rides and live music delights visitors at Harleston and Waveney Festival family fun day

Classic cars, bus rides and live music delights visitors at Harleston and Waveney Festival family fun day

01 September 2017

Bank Holiday Monday saw about 500 visitors flock to the Harleston and Waveney Festival family fun day at Harleston.


South Norfolk hypnotherapist on a mission to help others with her new book

31 August 2017
South Norfolk hypnotherapist on a mission to help others with her new book

South Norfolk hypnotherapist on a mission to help others with her new book

31 August 2017


The Corn Hall in Diss nominated for Norfolk Art Award

31 August 2017
The Corn Hall in Diss nominated for Norfolk Art Award

The Corn Hall in Diss nominated for Norfolk Art Award

31 August 2017

Since its refurbishment, the Corn Hall in Diss has made its mark in the Heritage Triangle. Now, it has been nominated for a Norfolk Art Award.


Botesdale to expand with 40 new homes despite resident’s concerns

31 August 2017
Botesdale to expand with 40 new homes despite resident’s concerns

Botesdale to expand with 40 new homes despite resident’s concerns

31 August 2017

Botesdale is set to increase in size after planning permission was given the go ahead for 40 new homes – despite the concerns of existing residents.


Boots staff in Diss launch bid to raise awareness of breast cancer

31 August 2017
Boots staff in Diss launch bid to raise awareness of breast cancer

Boots staff in Diss launch bid to raise awareness of breast cancer

31 August 2017

Staff of Boots pharmacy in Diss ditch their usual uniforms today to raise breast cancer awareness and support Coppafeel – a charity aimed at reducing late detection of the disease.


Five arrests after series of vehicle thefts in Diss area

31 August 2017
Five arrests after series of vehicle thefts in Diss area

Five arrests after series of vehicle thefts in Diss area

31 August 2017

Five people are under investigation after a spate of vehicle thefts in Diss.


Norwich to London railway line improved by ‘orange army’

31 August 2017
Norwich to London railway line improved by ‘orange army’

Norwich to London railway line improved by ‘orange army’

31 August 2017

Network Rail’s ‘orange army’ descended on Brentwood near Essex at the weekend to install new overhead wires to improve the reliability of service connecting London and Norwich – running through Diss.


Burston Strike Rally to take place on Sunday

29 August 2017
Burston Strike Rally to take place on Sunday

Burston Strike Rally to take place on Sunday

29 August 2017

This Sunday will once again see the Burston Strike Rally take place– with Shadow chancellor John McDonnell and Unite general secretary Len McCluskey in attendance.


Braveheart vet in Diss ready to battle for the Blue Cross

25 August 2017
Braveheart vet in Diss ready to battle for the Blue Cross

Braveheart vet in Diss ready to battle for the Blue Cross

25 August 2017

When it comes to raising money for charity, George Eding is ready for battle.


Harleston residents invited to meeting on new East of England Co-op

25 August 2017
Harleston residents invited to meeting on new East of England Co-op

Harleston residents invited to meeting on new East of England Co-op

25 August 2017

Residents in Harleston have been invited to find out more about plans for a new East of England Co-op supermarket in Bullock Fair Close at a community event held on Monday September 4.


Diss pubs find their voice in new Creative Arts East project

25 August 2017
Diss pubs find their voice in new Creative Arts East project

Diss pubs find their voice in new Creative Arts East project

25 August 2017

The pub can be the cornerstone for many villages – prompting a new scheme to be set up to reinforce the central social role pubs play in rural communities.


Jazz and fireworks at Mendlesham festival

25 August 2017
Jazz and fireworks at Mendlesham festival

Jazz and fireworks at Mendlesham festival

25 August 2017

St Mary’s Church in Mendlesham swung to the jazz sounds of ‘Mambo Chutney’ on Sunday as it celebrated its summer festival.


Changes to route 113 and 114 bus services criticised

25 August 2017
Changes to route 113 and 114 bus services criticised

Changes to route 113 and 114 bus services criticised

25 August 2017

A decision by Suffolk County Council to withdraw funding for some bus services – cutting stops entirely in Stoke Ash and Thwaite – has been met with astonishment by users.


East Anglian retailer with stores in Attleborough and Pulham Market raises funds for Each appeal

25 August 2017
East Anglian retailer with stores in Attleborough and Pulham Market raises funds for Each appeal

East Anglian retailer with stores in Attleborough and Pulham Market raises funds for Each appeal

25 August 2017

An East Anglian retailer with stores in Attleborough and Pulham Market has given almost £52,000 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each) appeal .


Bressingham Gardens set to bloom on screen for BBC Gardener’s World

25 August 2017
Bressingham Gardens set to bloom on screen for BBC Gardener’s World

Bressingham Gardens set to bloom on screen for BBC Gardener’s World

25 August 2017

It was lights, camera, action for Bressingham Gardens as they were visited by BBC Gardener’s World last week.


Diss traders sound off at buskers’ ‘noise nuisance’

25 August 2017
Diss traders sound off at buskers’ ‘noise nuisance’

Diss traders sound off at buskers’ ‘noise nuisance’

25 August 2017

Buskers can provide a welcome sound to a busy high street, but for some store owners in Diss, they have become a noisy issue.


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