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Motorsport company secures £10 million British Army contract

Motorsport company secures £10 million British Army contract

Motorsport company secures £10 million British Army contract

16 October 2021

The firm has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to build systems for a new vehicle that will be used by the British Army.


Afghanistan veteran makes final four for national bravery award

Afghanistan veteran makes final four for national bravery award

Afghanistan veteran makes final four for national bravery award

04 October 2021

Duncan Slater, who lost both his legs in 2009, is one of just four finalists in with a chance of picking up an Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons.


Ministers promise end in sight for fuel crisis as local forecourt thanks community

Ministers promise end in sight for fuel crisis as local forecourt thanks community

Ministers promise end in sight for fuel crisis as local forecourt thanks community

01 October 2021

Bosses have said that south Norfolk had managed to weather the storm much better than larger urban areas.


Efforts made around Diss to help Afghan refugee crisis

Efforts made around Diss to help Afghan refugee crisis

Efforts made around Diss to help Afghan refugee crisis

27 August 2021

Local authorities and business owners have pledged to support Afghan refugees fleeing from the Taliban.


Villagers are continuing in their efforts to honour local war heroes.

Villagers are continuing in their efforts to honour local war heroes.

Villagers are continuing in their efforts to honour local war heroes.

24 June 2021

A village has been breathing life in to the stories of its long lost war heroes through a new website.


Rotary clubs come together to celebrate VE day anniversary

Rotary clubs come together to celebrate VE day anniversary

Rotary clubs come together to celebrate VE day anniversary

07 June 2021

Two Rotary clubs came together to celebrate the belated anniversary of VE Day after lockdown had prevented them from doing so last year.


Town forced to scale back event to honour fallen

Town forced to scale back event to honour fallen

Town forced to scale back event to honour fallen

12 October 2020

Remembrance Day in Diss is to be scaled back for safety reasons.


Tank museum locked and loaded for reopening

Tank museum locked and loaded for reopening

Tank museum locked and loaded for reopening

11 July 2020

The museum is set to reopen tomorrow.


Diss Town Council finds way to still honour Armed Forces

Diss Town Council finds way to still honour Armed Forces

Diss Town Council finds way to still honour Armed Forces

27 June 2020

They are hoping to do an event to celebrate the day, either later this year or in 2021.


This is when and where to see the Red Arrows fly over Suffolk

This is when and where to see the Red Arrows fly over Suffolk

This is when and where to see the Red Arrows fly over Suffolk

18 June 2020

The famous Red Arrows will fly over Suffolk having completed a flypast for the President of France, who is visiting Westminster.


Norfolk museum rolls out plan to save war machine

Norfolk museum rolls out plan to save war machine

Norfolk museum rolls out plan to save war machine

04 June 2020

The prototype is seen as an important part of military history.


Family put on stunning VE Day display

Family put on stunning VE Day display

Family put on stunning VE Day display

15 May 2020

The Hines family went the extra mile, even putting a 1944 Willis Jeep and an Austin 10 GS1 car on display.


Story of how a Suffolk Home Guard was formed revealed in secret WWII diary

Story of how a Suffolk Home Guard was formed revealed in secret WWII diary

Story of how a Suffolk Home Guard was formed revealed in secret WWII diary

03 September 2019

"If the diary had fallen into the hands of the German forces, it could have been very compromising, indeed." Hoxne Heritage Group


First World War memorial bears more than one million names

First World War memorial bears more than one million names

First World War memorial bears more than one million names

17 August 2019

The Poppy of Honour is touring the county


Military festival has smashing weekend

Military festival has smashing weekend

Military festival has smashing weekend

14 August 2019

Visitors from across the UK gather for Armourfest 2019


Hundreds set to pay tribute to life of a remarkable soldier

Hundreds set to pay tribute to life of a remarkable soldier

Hundreds set to pay tribute to life of a remarkable soldier

01 July 2019

Tom Bowden was one of 5,000 foreigners who volunteered to fight for the State of Israel in the country’s War of Independence


Tablecloth holds the key to Harleston's WWI hospital history

Tablecloth holds the key to Harleston's WWI hospital history

Tablecloth holds the key to Harleston's WWI hospital history

03 May 2019

Unique piece of military history could have national significance


Flash bang wallop - what a picture

Flash bang wallop - what a picture

Flash bang wallop - what a picture

19 March 2019

Diss Museum opens for summer season


Botesdale man receives British Empire Medal

Botesdale man receives British Empire Medal

Botesdale man receives British Empire Medal

29 December 2018

When the letter arrived, he thought he had upset Theresa May


Harleston pupils head to Belgium to remember the fallen

Harleston pupils head to Belgium to remember the fallen

Harleston pupils head to Belgium to remember the fallen

26 November 2018

The trip was part of Archbishop Sancroft's centenary commemorations


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