His win rounds off a succesful weekend for the Conservatives, following the count for the County Council elections yesterday.
Results on who will be the county's next police and crime commissioner is expected this afternoon.
Plans are under way to create a walk-in satellite studio as part of an expansion project by a local community radio station.
Councillor Thomas' marks a home sweep for Conservatives across the Diss Express area.
Councillor Kiddie has held his seat at the 2021 local elections.
Almost 3,000 ballots were cast by residents in Diss and Roydon.
Election candidates for the Diss and Roydon seat have spoken ahead of the ballot count, which is expected to begin at 2pm.
Ballots are currently being verified at Norfolk Showground to determine the winners and losers of the county council elections.
Freddie was invited to welcome the return of Kuzma after the zoo’s boss overheard his disappointment at seeing the empty enclosure weeks earlier.
A six-piece brass band staged a surprise performance outside a care home to celebrate a resident’s 100th birthday last week.
In an unreserved apology, the council admitted to “procedural impropriety and complete disregard to due process".
A district council has responded to residents voicing their opposition to housing developments they believe are encroaching on local green spaces.
“We need to build back better, and that’s going to involve investment in infrastructure, broadband and housing," Richard Bacon has claimed.
At the time of her death, Miss Turner-Hewitt was believed to be one of the youngest people in East Anglia to die from the virus.
People have voiced their opposition to a series of new housing developments at a picturesque site in Diss.
The application was rejected today, citing the threat of an increased flood risk if they were to go ahead.
Philip Mitchell has opened a delicatessen serving traditional, slow-cooked Indian cuisine – which he claims is the first of its kind in the country.
Sophie Cutting’s bookmark design – addressing mental health problems in children – has been crowned the winner of a county-wide competition.
The company will be leaving Diss after more than 50 years in the town.
The PDC has sent Harvey Stringer a nine-dart pin – usually reserved for players who hit a nine-darter in a professional game.