A national furniture company, originating in Mellis nearly 40 years ago, has announced it will lose more 112 jobs as part of an ‘orderly wind down’ after going into administration.
Norfolk Police are urging residents to be vigilant after more than 110 heating oil thefts reported in 2017.
An illuminating festive event is set to be held in the historical centre of a south Norfolk market town this Sunday.
There was no sitting down on the job for Diss and District Rotary Club as they donated a bench to the new wildlife garden in the Heritage Triangle, in Diss.
Supporters of Solo Housing gathered to create something extra special for the festive season – 100 gift boxes full of items donated by local businesses and individuals.
Nationally significant treasure more than 1,300 years old is now at the centre of a fundraising appeal to keep the find in the county.
When well-preserved Edwardian veneers were rescued, it offered a Suffolk duo the chance to set up their own pop-up shop with a very vintage feel.
Readers of the Diss Express have been vocal in their reaction to the closure of the NatWest branch in Mere Street.
A Suffolk businessman, who survived a heart attack 30 years ago, has pledged to complete a lifetime ambition – to do a 2,000 mile classic car road trip and raise thousands.
Almost 500 firearms were handed in to police forces in Norfolk and Suffolk in a surrender last month.
On the first bitter morning of December, young students fought off the winter blues with a helping hand from paralympian Sean Rose.
NatWest has announced its branch in Diss will be closing its doors next year after a change in how people use the bank’s services.
Ali Buck has been in a spin raising more than £500 for a good cause.
The 1st Roydon Girl Guides have been busy helping those in need within the local community.
Young people with a thirst for politics now have the ideal opportunity to get involved as nominations for Suffolk’s Youth Parliament are now open.
It has been a battle that has raged on for several months, but now a community group have successfully purchased a Suffolk village pub.
It has been revealed that more than 90 per cent of voters who turned out yesterday voted to back a Norfolk town’s neighbourhood plan.
Opening a clothing shop in a Norfolk market town isn’t the obvious career trajectory for a graduate fresh out of university – but for Chloe Howard it was a chance to follow her passion.
A charity shop in Diss has been suddenly closed down by its head office – despite originally set to close in January next year.