A local councillor has described the scattering of rodenticide around Ensign Way in Diss as "monstrously irresponsible"
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Two best friends have launched a website where residents in Norfolk and Suffolk can outsource their odd jobs to willing professionals and volunteers
Joanne Hearle, who runs Bressingham Beauty Salon said the Government had put salons 'at the bottom of the pecking order'
The 51-second clip was in possession of a video showing a 12-month old baby being abused.
The council finished the final mile of road on Horham Road, Eye, this week
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Churchgoers at Diss Baptist Church have spent the past fortnight going door-to-door in the town
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The third phase of the £4.5 million road improvement project has been given the green light to go ahead.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics released have shown how the pandemic has forced rising numbers of people onto Universal Credit.
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Simeon Playford has built his own audio empire in little more than a decade.
Chris Moyse of Park Radio received the award last week after broadcasting essential public information during the pandemic
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Keith Canham has hailed the "brilliant idea" to help the hospitality sector
A group of community organisers got to work this week on restoring the derelict Second World War building.
David Hoffman has set up Harleston Breakfast after leaving Park Radio in June
An application new homes near the site where King Edmund is believed to have been murdered has been thrown out after outcry from villagers.