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Singing for shoppers ... Harleston Primary School students help store get festive

28 December 2017
Singing for shoppers ... Harleston Primary School students help store get festive

Singing for shoppers ... Harleston Primary School students help store get festive

28 December 2017

Schoolchildren brought some festive joy to Harleston shoppers by singing Christmas carols at the East of England Co-op branch.


Conservation charity names River Waveney as worst polluted

28 December 2017
Conservation charity names River Waveney as worst polluted

Conservation charity names River Waveney as worst polluted

28 December 2017

The River Waveney has been named the worst polluted river in recent research, with conservation charities and trusts saying the findings are “highly alarming”.


Harleston-based Freemasons Lodge of Marksmen donate £1,120 to Norfolk Deaf Association

28 December 2017
Harleston-based Freemasons Lodge of Marksmen donate £1,120 to Norfolk Deaf Association

Harleston-based Freemasons Lodge of Marksmen donate £1,120 to Norfolk Deaf Association

28 December 2017

Freemasons of a south Norfolk-based lodge have donated more than £1,000 to the Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA).


Diss chippy offers free festive feast for second year running

28 December 2017
Diss chippy offers free festive feast for second year running

Diss chippy offers free festive feast for second year running

28 December 2017

A Diss chippy dished out plenty of festive cheer as it gave away free meals on Christmas Day.


Burston residents now free from Christmas roadworks fears

22 December 2017
Burston residents now free from Christmas roadworks fears

Burston residents now free from Christmas roadworks fears

22 December 2017

Villagers have been given some respite after Anglian Water – heavily criticised for a lack of consideration – agreed to lift a series of roadworks.


Church in Forncett St Mary to receive £25,000 for Save our Saxon Tower project

22 December 2017
Church in Forncett St Mary to receive £25,000 for Save our Saxon Tower project

Church in Forncett St Mary to receive £25,000 for Save our Saxon Tower project

22 December 2017

A south Norfolk church has seen its prayers answered after receiving a boost to its project to preserve its tower, which dates back to Anglo Saxon times.


Diss chippy’s free meals giveaway to make a return for Christmas Day

21 December 2017
Diss chippy’s free meals giveaway to make a return for Christmas Day

Diss chippy’s free meals giveaway to make a return for Christmas Day

21 December 2017

A Diss chippy is ready to spread the taste of festive cheer by offering free meals on Christmas Day between 3pm and 8pm.


Botesdale’s St Botolph’s Primary School receives ‘good’ Ofsted report

20 December 2017
Botesdale’s St Botolph’s Primary School receives ‘good’ Ofsted report

Botesdale’s St Botolph’s Primary School receives ‘good’ Ofsted report

20 December 2017

It was another successful review for a Suffolk primary school after being ranked as ‘good’ in an Ofsted report.


Santa and his sleigh visits area and raises funds for Diss Waveney Rotary Club

20 December 2017
Santa and his sleigh visits area and raises funds for Diss Waveney Rotary Club

Santa and his sleigh visits area and raises funds for Diss Waveney Rotary Club

20 December 2017

Santa Claus is busy on his way touring the Diss Express area – thanks to the Diss Waveney Rotary Club.


PICTURES: More than 100 visitors attend Festival of Angels in Diss

20 December 2017
PICTURES: More than 100 visitors attend Festival of Angels in Diss

PICTURES: More than 100 visitors attend Festival of Angels in Diss

20 December 2017


Old Buckenham High School pupils spread Christmas generosity with hampers for the homeless

19 December 2017
Old Buckenham High School pupils spread Christmas generosity with hampers for the homeless

Old Buckenham High School pupils spread Christmas generosity with hampers for the homeless

19 December 2017


Stranded Santa visits pupils at Riddlesworth Hall School

18 December 2017
Stranded Santa visits pupils at Riddlesworth Hall School

Stranded Santa visits pupils at Riddlesworth Hall School

18 December 2017

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Morrisons in Diss hands over donation to Community First Responders

15 December 2017
Morrisons in Diss hands over donation to Community First Responders

Morrisons in Diss hands over donation to Community First Responders

15 December 2017

Christmas came early for the Diss Community First Responders as Morrisons supermarket selected them to receive a generous donation.


Career change leads Stradbroke maths teacher to textbook success

15 December 2017
Career change leads Stradbroke maths teacher to textbook success

Career change leads Stradbroke maths teacher to textbook success

15 December 2017

A Suffolk teacher is making an impact on young people’s education after changing her career.


B4RN East Anglia volunteers brave the snow as Scole is set for hyperfast broadband

14 December 2017
B4RN East Anglia volunteers brave the snow as Scole is set for hyperfast broadband

B4RN East Anglia volunteers brave the snow as Scole is set for hyperfast broadband

14 December 2017

A volunteer-funded venture to bring hyperfast broadband to the Diss Express area has been busy digging towards the next step – with members braving snowy weather.


A night to remember for Bailey’s Fish and Chips and South Norfolk Youth Symphonic Band at awards evening

14 December 2017
A night to remember for Bailey’s Fish and Chips and South Norfolk Youth Symphonic Band at awards evening

A night to remember for Bailey’s Fish and Chips and South Norfolk Youth Symphonic Band at awards evening

14 December 2017


Latest crime figures for the Diss Express area revealed

14 December 2017
Latest crime figures for the Diss Express area revealed

Latest crime figures for the Diss Express area revealed

14 December 2017

The latest crime figures for the Diss Express area have been revealed by Norfolk Constabulary.


Norfolk’s cancer charity Big C to open new shop in Diss

14 December 2017
Norfolk’s cancer charity Big C to open new shop in Diss

Norfolk’s cancer charity Big C to open new shop in Diss

14 December 2017

Norfolk’s cancer charity, Big C, is set to open a new shop in Diss in January.


Have you seen Daisy? Hunt continues for stolen dog from Old Buckenham

13 December 2017
Have you seen Daisy? Hunt continues for stolen dog from Old Buckenham

Have you seen Daisy? Hunt continues for stolen dog from Old Buckenham

13 December 2017

The search continues for a dog stolen from her home in Old Buckenham last month.


Gissing village hall to be demolished making way for new residential property

13 December 2017
Gissing village hall to be demolished making way for new residential property

Gissing village hall to be demolished making way for new residential property

13 December 2017

A south Norfolk village is to bid farewell to its village hall after both the district council and parish council agreed it would prove too costly to maintain.


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