The shop has been opened by pub owners after they asked customers what they would most like to see in the village.
Police are appealing for information after church ruins were damaged in Tivetshall St Mary.
More than 230 swimmers went to great lengths to make a charity event in Stradbroke one of the most successful in the UK.
Charity shops in Diss have spoken out against dumped donations left on their doorsteps.
Police are warning residents and retailers to be vigilant after receiving reports of fake £20 notes being passed on in South Norfolk.
New proposals for a Long Stratton bypass could see more than 1,800 homes built in the village.
A local entrepreneur has described her excitement at being shortlisted as a finalist for a national award.
Villagers in Old Buckenham have banded together to raise a whopping £32,500 for a homeless charity.
A restaurant manager has described public support as “absolutely amazing” after a fire destroyed a large portion of the site.
Boxing is set to return to the Corn Hall in Diss after a gap of more than 30 years.
The Burston Crown is taking a lead in educating live music lovers about the effects and prevention of tinnitus.
A Diss charity shop manager is to undergo pioneering heart surgery.
A triathlon event at a sports centre in Stradbroke has been voted one of the best in the country for 2017.
A new music festival may be making its home in Diss after the town council gave organisers the go ahead.
Eye is the first town in north Suffolk to be named as an official location for the Walkers Are Welcome group.
Breckland Council plans to create a ‘digital high street’ to make shopping at small high street shops and independent retailers easier for people.
A Garboldisham shop owner has given a ‘massive thank you’ to villagers who have helped him raise more than £2,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each).
A Facebook group originally set up to try to stop a South Norfolk village from becoming smaller has now broken the halfway point in another community quest – raising money for a piece of life-saving equipment.
A student has called Suffolk County Council’s plans to cut its spending on free school bus passes as ‘catastrophically damaging’ for her fellow pupils.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a pig-shaped balloon plus payload ... off course and hurtling towards a field in Norfolk.