Conservative Party candidate Dr Dan Poulter will return as the MP for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich, after winning his fourth election in a row.
Andrew Dickson intends to spend his retirement on “a million and one hobbies”
The annual self-proclaimed ‘world’s greatest single goal knockout competition’ in Diss enjoyed one of its best years to date.
A retailer has sought to downplay concerns that its branch in Diss could close, after worries about the shop’s future began spreading on social media.
Care home residents in Eye took a trip down memory lane when they were treated to a 1950s-themed party, as part of a new dementia-friendly initiative.
Inspired by the memory of his late mother and his desire to raise money for charity, a Gislingham man is set to take on his first London Marathon.
A packed weekend of Easter activities helped St Andrew’s Church in Fersfield take another key step towards realising its refurbishment ambitions.
The Easter spirit was alive and well in Mellis at the weekend, as dozens of youngsters turned out for the village’s annual Easter egg hunt.
The owner of Stonham Barns raised almost £700 for the National Autism Society, after having his chest waxed this month.
The results of a major £1.2 million visitor improvement and conservation project at Framlingham Castle will be unveiled today.
Since her retirement, Lilian Blogg has been a loyal, almost daily visitor to Morrisons in Diss going back decades.
The finds from a Tasburgh community archaeology project spanning the prehistoric, Saxon and medieval eras were revealed to the public for the first time on Saturday.
Children of Roydon have been praised for their generosity as they prepare to begin their ‘reverse advent calendar’ in aid of Waveney Foodbank.
Leaders at a long-running engineering company based in Attleborough say the firm is in “safe hands” for the next generation, after bringing it under the ownership of its employees.
Garboldisham fundraisers heaped praise on the community after shattering last year’s donations total with a £4,000 haul following a barn dance earlier this year.
A veteran south Norfolk teacher and union secretary sounded the call for greater investment in education after thousands joined in strikes across the UK this week.
Five employees at Diss-based auction rooms TW Gaze are building up the courage to plummet 13,000 feet from a plane this month, inspired by a two-year-old girl’s plight.
There is no more significant event in Diss’ calendar than the long-running Carnival — now just days away from its annual takeover of the town streets.
Dickleburgh Parish Council says the village must work together to collect “as much evidence as possible” if the long-standing traffic issues on key roads are to improve.
Attleborough Academy’s headteacher has described the school’s national award for pupil progress as a “fitting recognition” of the hard work by staff and students.