After an eight-week slog, local patrons will be refreshed to hear the Half Moon Inn will be opening its doors once again.
A national award has been given to a ‘dedicated’ Stradbroke swimming teacher, Hayley Adams, after she died of a rare illness.
Diss High School experienced a sell out run for its performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Next Generation School of Rock – The Musical.
Students were moulded into great sculptors this month, as Hartismere School spent the day at Riggle Street Bronze Foundry near Brandeston.
Getting on as normal is the key to a long and happy life – so says Ann Ward, whose life and family has been rich in naval history.
Two locations in the Diss Express area have proved they have got what it takes to look good after scooping the top prizes in South Norfolk Council’s Design Awards 2017.
It’s not just the police who are keeping an eye on south Norfolk’s roads, as Community Speed Watch volunteers have detected an impressive amount of offences committed by drivers.
Norfolk and Suffolk police are asking people to hand in their guns – in support of a national surrender on firearms and ammunition.
Police forces across the Diss Express area have been rated as good in recent inspections.
It wasn’t just poppies taking centre stage on Remembrance Day, as Penny Killian Anderson, with her friends and family, placed more than 300 colourfully decorated stones in Diss.
A Suffolk preschool has urged residents to ‘keep it local’ in a bid for vital funding.
It was a time of recognition for Normandy veteran Horace Brown, as he was awarded the Légion d’honneur.
The people of Suffolk certainly aren’t timid when it comes to getting stuck in with the community – as the winners of county’s 2017 Most Active Community Awards have proved.
Anyone looking to lend a helping hand for a good cause are in luck as Marie Curie is appealing for volunteers to help manage the charity’s collection boxes around Eye.
They say a change is as good as a rest, and for Water Lilies Swimming School, a change raised almost £8,000 for charity.
Gissing is a village that seems to get things done – and now transforming land near the village’s children’s centre is next on its to-do list.
Residents have been called upon to voice their opinion on a new neighbourhood plan set to change the face of a south Norfolk town.