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Councillors and landowners discuss future of Mere's Mouth toilets

08 June 2018
Councillors and landowners discuss future of Mere's Mouth toilets

Councillors and landowners discuss future of Mere's Mouth toilets

08 June 2018

Meeting held to discuss next steps for condemned toilet block in Diss.


Tea room owner takes a stand

08 June 2018
Tea room owner takes a stand

Tea room owner takes a stand

08 June 2018

The owner of a Diss tea room is fighting back over what she describes as 'panic-peeing'.


Closing date for franchise applications for Diss Post Office to be extended

05 June 2018
Closing date for franchise applications for Diss Post Office to be extended

Closing date for franchise applications for Diss Post Office to be extended

05 June 2018

Post Office has vowed to keep searching for a way to ensure the future of the service in Diss.


Meeting to discuss Mere's Mouth toilet

04 June 2018
Meeting to discuss Mere's Mouth toilet

Meeting to discuss Mere's Mouth toilet

04 June 2018

A meeting is to be held tomorrow to discuss the next steps for the future of the Mere’s Mouth toilets.


Diss exhibition celebrates letter artist

03 June 2018
Diss exhibition celebrates letter artist

Diss exhibition celebrates letter artist

03 June 2018

The work of an internationally-acclaimed sculptural lettering artist from Diss has gone on display in the town.


1,500 names collected for Mere's Mouth toilet petition

03 June 2018
1,500 names collected for Mere's Mouth toilet petition

1,500 names collected for Mere's Mouth toilet petition

03 June 2018

A petition with 1,500 signatures has been handed to the town council, calling for a permanent toilet block at Mere's Mouth.


Traffic congestion sparks heated debate at business summit

31 May 2018
Traffic congestion sparks heated debate at business summit

Traffic congestion sparks heated debate at business summit

31 May 2018

Nineteen businesses from Diss and the surrounding area took part in a summit to exchange ideas for the future of the area.


Seeing double - Katie hands over to Katie at popular cafe

31 May 2018
Seeing double - Katie hands over to Katie at popular cafe

Seeing double - Katie hands over to Katie at popular cafe

31 May 2018

The new owner of a Diss cafe had no trouble choosing a name when she decided to take over the business.


Harleston and Waveney artists open their studios

25 May 2018
Harleston and Waveney artists open their studios

Harleston and Waveney artists open their studios

25 May 2018

An art collective will be giving the public a glimpse into the life of an artist this weekend.


Royal Wedding was a real break from the norm

25 May 2018
Royal Wedding was a real break from the norm

Royal Wedding was a real break from the norm

25 May 2018

A lecturer from Alburgh has described how she rubbed shoulders with the stars at last weekend's Royal Wedding


Dancer’s delight at top ballet role

24 May 2018
Dancer’s delight at top ballet role

Dancer’s delight at top ballet role

24 May 2018

A young dancer from Stradbroke High School has been performing with the English Youth Ballet Company.


Mere's Mouth toilet debate sparks petition

24 May 2018
Mere's Mouth toilet debate sparks petition

Mere's Mouth toilet debate sparks petition

24 May 2018

A petition for a condemned toilet block to be saved or replaced has grown to 1300 signatures.


Mayor of Diss re-elected for a second term

21 May 2018
Mayor of Diss re-elected for a second term

Mayor of Diss re-elected for a second term

21 May 2018

Councillors voted unanimously for Cllr Wenman to continue his duties


Annie to walk 105 miles as a tribute to her godmother

21 May 2018
Annie to walk 105 miles as a tribute to her godmother

Annie to walk 105 miles as a tribute to her godmother

21 May 2018

An occupational therapist is about to walk a marathon a day to raise awareness and funds for research into a rare condition.


Businesses must make themselves seen, says Diss forum chairman

14 May 2018
Businesses must make themselves seen, says Diss forum chairman

Businesses must make themselves seen, says Diss forum chairman

14 May 2018

Diss Business Forum says networking is crucial in a rural market town


Bressingham church to celebrate £300,000 revamp

14 May 2018
Bressingham church to celebrate £300,000 revamp

Bressingham church to celebrate £300,000 revamp

14 May 2018

Villagers are marking the end of a four-year project to restore their Grade I-listed church with a series of special events.


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