A Fair Deal for Diss is as an opportunity to unite over local priorities.
Concerns over leisure facilities raised at meeting
Lack of investment can lead to a downward spiral resulting in a fall in the quality of life
Detectives are appealing for witnesses to the incident on Garboldisham Road earlier this month.
Campaign will highlight main issues and open meaningful debate
TW Gaze marked the official opening of a new auction room with a star lot.
Hartismere Hospital’s history remembered at celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service.
Diss Express launches new campaign
"Other than a map, a washing-up bowl, a kettle, a basic car repair kit and half-a-dozen changes of clothing, that's it."
Two councils wait for each other to act
Evan is raising money for a trip to Kenya
A Breckland “pingo” found a place in a gold medal-winning show garden at the Hampton Court Palace flower show
New arrival is sealed with a kiss
Couple celebrate 18 years at the pub where they shared a first date.
Reports on Mere’s Mouth toilets conclude without underpinning - the building does not have a long-term future.
Two expert reports say building has no future without underpinning
Deep sea characters, imaginative floats and eager onlookers at this year's Diss Town Carnival.
"What has become of my old town of Diss. I call it my town, I think I have the right..."
The new council leader of Diss Town Council said he is prepared for the challenges that lie ahead for the town.
The owner of an East Harling home targeted in an oil attack has described feeling ‘sick’ on discovering the damage.