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Kevin Hurst is a trainee reporter on the Bury Free Press and Suffolk News and has been with the company for more than five years.

Diss resident to pay £1,000 for fly tipping at service station

02 November 2021
Diss resident to pay £1,000 for fly tipping at service station

Diss resident to pay £1,000 for fly tipping at service station

02 November 2021

A Diss resident has been issued three fixed penalty notices totalling £1,000 for illegally transporting waste and fly tipping.


Sweet treat is a success for Diss chip shop

02 November 2021
Sweet treat is a success for Diss chip shop

Sweet treat is a success for Diss chip shop

02 November 2021

An award-winning Diss fish and chip cooked up an unusual item last week, which proved to be a big hit.


Two tribes go to war during barn's battling fun day

21 October 2021
Two tribes go to war during barn's battling fun day

Two tribes go to war during barn's battling fun day

21 October 2021

Saxons and Vikings invaded Stonham Barns Showground with weapons and shields at the ready.


Redwings Horse Sanctuary's new star Phoenix shows he has it all wrapped up

16 October 2021
Redwings Horse Sanctuary's new star Phoenix shows he has it all wrapped up

Redwings Horse Sanctuary's new star Phoenix shows he has it all wrapped up

16 October 2021

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.


Drainage work set to close part of a Diss road

15 October 2021
Drainage work set to close part of a Diss road

Drainage work set to close part of a Diss road

15 October 2021

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.


Amnesty International display in town supermarket

15 October 2021
Amnesty International display in town supermarket

Amnesty International display in town supermarket

15 October 2021

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.


Surveillance system helping Framlingham College's hockey team

13 October 2021
Surveillance system helping Framlingham College's hockey team

Surveillance system helping Framlingham College's hockey team

13 October 2021

Framlingham College has installed video technology, in a UK first, to help its hockey player’s performances and to live-stream matches.


Long Stratton school's 'try-before-you-buy' pays off in decision on trust

11 October 2021
Long Stratton school's 'try-before-you-buy' pays off in decision on trust

Long Stratton school's 'try-before-you-buy' pays off in decision on trust

11 October 2021

A successful trial offer was pivotal in helping bosses at a primary school make the decision to join a trust.


St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust announces top jobs as views sought on Harleston schools merger

07 October 2021
St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust announces top jobs as views sought on Harleston schools merger

St Benet’s Multi-Academy Trust announces top jobs as views sought on Harleston schools merger

07 October 2021

A multi-academy trust has announced several new appointments as its seeks feedback on plans to merge two schools in Harleston.


Community garden opened in honour of respected parish clerk

21 September 2021
Community garden opened in honour of respected parish clerk

Community garden opened in honour of respected parish clerk

21 September 2021

A community garden project which has opened will serve as “an endearing and enduring legacy” to a much-loved villager.


Nursery and garden centre racks up two awards at Hampton Court festival

29 July 2021
Nursery and garden centre racks up two awards at Hampton Court festival

Nursery and garden centre racks up two awards at Hampton Court festival

29 July 2021

An Attleborough nursery and garden centre has been recognised with two awards at a prestigious garden festival.


Woman dies after serious collision in Harleston

10 August 2020
Woman dies after serious collision in Harleston

Woman dies after serious collision in Harleston

10 August 2020

Police are still investigating the incident.


Sites investigated for proposed Long Stratton bypass project

10 August 2020
Sites investigated for proposed Long Stratton bypass project

Sites investigated for proposed Long Stratton bypass project

10 August 2020

The project is estimated to be around £29m.


Eye day care centre manager given 'Care UK Hero' national award

09 August 2020
Eye day care centre manager given 'Care UK Hero' national award

Eye day care centre manager given 'Care UK Hero' national award

09 August 2020

An Eye day centre manager who been awarded for her impressive efforts to help the community during the pandemic.


Train-mad two-year-old flies the flag for Bressingham Steam Museum

31 July 2020
Train-mad two-year-old flies the flag for Bressingham Steam Museum

Train-mad two-year-old flies the flag for Bressingham Steam Museum

31 July 2020

The mother and daughter pair have been 10 times already since its restart.


Diss Corn Hall looks at options after shows given green light

27 July 2020
Diss Corn Hall looks at options after shows given green light

Diss Corn Hall looks at options after shows given green light

27 July 2020

The Corn Hall already opened its café earlier this month.


Elaine’s idea branches out to Attleborough mask tree

18 July 2020
Elaine’s idea branches out to Attleborough mask tree

Elaine’s idea branches out to Attleborough mask tree

18 July 2020

The donations for the masks are going to Banham Zoo.


Rickinghall Farmers' Market sees successful return

18 July 2020
Rickinghall Farmers' Market sees successful return

Rickinghall Farmers' Market sees successful return

18 July 2020

It was the market's first time back since March 14.


Attleborough children's author goes underground with second book

16 July 2020
Attleborough children's author goes underground with second book

Attleborough children's author goes underground with second book

16 July 2020

Author Sam Bertram has published his second children's mystery book.


Diss council reopens play area and outdoor gym

12 July 2020
Diss council reopens play area and outdoor gym

Diss council reopens play area and outdoor gym

12 July 2020

The park had been closed due to lockdown measures.


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