Basil Abbott give us his take on the Eastern Angles Theatre Company's new production: From Rushmere with Love.
A Diss man has achieved his ambition of singing a Christmas classic after six decades.
Students Cait Croft, Lucie O’Brien and Zeyno Oguz set up the event to raise money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices and Brain Tumour Research UK
This follows an incident at that happened at around noon today.
Two fire crews attended the scene but due to possible road surface damage a diversion route has been put in place.
Lilys salon beat more than 90 finalists at a ceremony for the 2021 Salon Awards in London last month
Sir Rupert Mann, his son Alexander and grandson Albie were among the volunteers to plant trees on a disused football pitch last week
Precious pictures of a couple’s wedding day have been discovered in a photo album bought at a Diss charity shop.
A trio of Diss Sixth Form students who organised a charity auction, which included a Scandinavian bread making workshop voucher, have raised £985.
A pair of iPads and money has been stolen from a village business.
A Diss resident has been issued three fixed penalty notices totalling £1,000 for illegally transporting waste and fly tipping.
An award-winning Diss fish and chip cooked up an unusual item last week, which proved to be a big hit.
Saxons and Vikings invaded Stonham Barns Showground with weapons and shields at the ready.
A foal recovering after suffering horrific burns in a suspected arson attack has become an online star due to the designs of his full body wraps.
A section of a Diss road, affected during heavy rain, is set to be worked on for a week to help alleviate surface water flooding that occurs there.
A display – featuring the views of Diss High School pupils on human rights and what freedom means to them – has been put up this week.
Framlingham College has installed video technology, in a UK first, to help its hockey player’s performances and to live-stream matches.
A successful trial offer was pivotal in helping bosses at a primary school make the decision to join a trust.
A multi-academy trust has announced several new appointments as its seeks feedback on plans to merge two schools in Harleston.
A community garden project which has opened will serve as “an endearing and enduring legacy” to a much-loved villager.