If there’s one thing in common between Newcastle and me, it’s that neither of us have found it particularly difficult to pick apart Norwich City’s defence this week.
This sweet little female cat is named Princess.
THURLOW NUNN LEAGUE
Members of the Diss Fire Service are breaking out the water hoses for a different reason tomorrow morning, as part of a nationwide fundraising initiative for the benefit of a charity near and dear to them.
A knife juggler caused a stir in Lynn at the weekend as his act appeared to attract the attention of the town’s police.
Colin Oates has suffered the heartbreak of being eliminated at the last-16 stage of the World Judo Championships for the third year running.
A talk detailing the long and fascinating history of the Burston Strike School takes place at the Diss United Reformed Church on Thursday, for the next U3A meeting.
The Harleston and Waveney Festival comes to a close on Monday with a Family Fun day.
A car fire was tackled in Newton Flotman on Sunday.
Free activity sessions run by Mid Suffolk North Safer Neighbourhood Team are to return following “positive feedback” from last year’s events.
Shopkeepers and traders throughout Harleston will once again take their wares to the town’s streets next Saturday, for the third annual Grand Sale.
Second World War veteran Jacob Bowhill has spoken of his immense pride in being honoured by the Russian government for his services on the Arctic Convoys.
Mendham’s Joe Kerrison has been recognised as a potential star of the future after being awarded funding from Suffolk SportsAid.
Diss Waveney Petanque Club enjoyed success in the St Peter’s South Elmham Boules competition, with the trio of Dave Marsh, Steve Batt and Kao Sun becoming champions of the event.
Stuart Reavell is confident Debenham LC can continue to progress up the Thurlow Nunn League First Division table next season.
Music and beers are the order of the day when the annual Mellis Beer Festival hits the Railway Tavern tomorrow, with a diverse billing of acts lined up to perform throughout the day.
A wildlife conservation site near Diss is holding a free Open Day alongside its Smallholder Festival tomorrow, to coincide with the arrival of tadpole specimens from the UK’s rarest species of frog.
A one-off workshop on how to make a stunning edible wreath will be held at The Boilerhouse in Cobbs Yard, Diss on Tuesday.
About 150 women and their brightly-decorated pink tractors braved the wet weather on Sunday for the 12th annual Pink Ladies Tractor Road Run, raising funds for the Cancer Research UK Breast Cancer Appeal.