A national pub chain has lodged plans to build a 27-bedroom hotel in Diss.
A Ugandan choir made up of orphans and vulnerable children will perform in Suffolk later this month – inviting audiences to experience an “encounter with God”.
It was not only the Government that was having a reshuffle on Monday as one of Diss’s largest employers announced some switches of its own.
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The manager of a Diss venue forced to deny superstar Ed Sheeran was turning up to play a New Year’s Eve is set to hold an annual ‘No-Ed’ event to mark the occasion.
The final decision on what level to raise the council tax of Diss residents will be made later this month.
Diss Town Council will meet tonight to decide whether to increase the tax bill for the town’s residents by 15.3 per cent.
Overhead wires which had been damaged, causing delays to rail services between London and Norwich, have been repaired.
A voluntary emergency medical charity which serving Suffolk saw an increase in the number of requests for assistance it received in 2017.
A new show kicking off on a local radio station is not guaranteeing stardom – but wants to give upcoming musicians a platform to have their sound heard.
A Redgrave band which has supported Status Quo said the time was right to release their tribute music video to the late Rick Parfitt – a year on after his “devastating” death.
A dog which became trapped in a large stack of hay bales has made the RSPCA’s top rescues of the year.
A long-serving town councillor has called time on his stint at the authority, saying the time is right to give someone else an opportunity.
A Diss sports club has denied Framlingham-raised superstar Ed Sheeran will be performing a set at their New Year’s Eve party following a barrage of phone calls from his fans.
It is referred to by some in Eye as ‘Padlock House’.
Hartismere School’s executive headmaster Jim McAtear has described Suffolk County Council’s proposals on free school transport as “utterly shameless”.
A rescued horse with severe and distressing behavioural problems has been given a second chance – after an animal charity built a brand new paddock for him.
Diss Town Council and the Heritage Triangle Trust have both objected to a proposal to build four mixed-use retail units in the Morrisons car park.
South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon has slammed a developer for “blatantly disregarding” planning conditions.
Suffolk’s High Sheriff arrived at The Bank in Eye to deliver some high praise on Tuesday – as the community resource looks ahead to 2018 after reopening.