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Artistic entrepreneur Josh looks to have a rosy future

Artistic entrepreneur Josh looks to have a rosy future

Artistic entrepreneur Josh looks to have a rosy future

17 June 2021

An art-based business that's forging ahead and putting it's petal to the metal.


Pair of twenty-somethings open electrical store on high street

Pair of twenty-somethings open electrical store on high street

Pair of twenty-somethings open electrical store on high street

01 June 2021

Two young tradesmen are bringing their skills and expertise to the high street after opening an electrical store in Diss.


Business owner taps in to team spirit for charity

Business owner taps in to team spirit for charity

Business owner taps in to team spirit for charity

28 May 2021

A local dance group has raised money for charity by participating in a nationwide 'tapathon'.


Warehouse business bounces back with a real spring in its step

Warehouse business bounces back with a real spring in its step

Warehouse business bounces back with a real spring in its step

24 May 2021

Trampolines will form the focal point of the new business, which opened on the site of soft play business Monsters.


Eight reasons to shop local

Eight reasons to shop local

Eight reasons to shop local

07 May 2021

Consider these eight great reasons to shop at local independent businesses.

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Bungee fundraiser strikes a chord for shop owner

Bungee fundraiser strikes a chord for shop owner

Bungee fundraiser strikes a chord for shop owner

07 May 2021

Meet the local business owner taking a leap of faith to fund-raise for mental health charity.


Proof that markets are in fashion

Proof that markets are in fashion

Proof that markets are in fashion

06 May 2021

A new market with a twist is making its home in a prime location in this town.


Vets eco overhaul brings green future to pet care

Vets eco overhaul brings green future to pet care

Vets eco overhaul brings green future to pet care

01 May 2021

The practice has implemented eco-friendly initiatives and built shelters and feeders for wildlife.


Hotel to act as showcase for creatives

Hotel to act as showcase for creatives

Hotel to act as showcase for creatives

30 April 2021

The Swan Hotel is hosting a market for clothing and residents' creations.


Awash with ideas, Tom paves the way for thriving business

Awash with ideas, Tom paves the way for thriving business

Awash with ideas, Tom paves the way for thriving business

29 April 2021

A 16-year-old has been busy building his business during evenings after school and at weekends.


Controversial plans to build KFC and Starbucks in rural Suffolk are refused

Controversial plans to build KFC and Starbucks in rural Suffolk are refused

Controversial plans to build KFC and Starbucks in rural Suffolk are refused

19 April 2021

The application was rejected today, citing the threat of an increased flood risk if they were to go ahead.


Former window cleaner opens the UK's first Indian deli

Former window cleaner opens the UK's first Indian deli

Former window cleaner opens the UK's first Indian deli

19 April 2021

Philip Mitchell has opened a delicatessen serving traditional, slow-cooked Indian cuisine – which he claims is the first of its kind in the country.


One of town's oldest employers leaves after half a century

One of town's oldest employers leaves after half a century

One of town's oldest employers leaves after half a century

16 April 2021

The company will be leaving Diss after more than 50 years in the town.


£5.7m recovery fund boost

£5.7m recovery fund boost

£5.7m recovery fund boost

10 April 2021

The government's recovery fund is helping organisations get back on their feet after a difficult year.


Lockdown lifting roadmap: What changes from Monday?

Lockdown lifting roadmap: What changes from Monday?

Lockdown lifting roadmap: What changes from Monday?

09 April 2021

From beer gardens reopening to barbers once again cutting hair, there will be further easing of lockdown restrictions next week. Here's what changes.


Zoo ready to roar back in to life as it prepares to reopen

Zoo ready to roar back in to life as it prepares to reopen

Zoo ready to roar back in to life as it prepares to reopen

03 April 2021

Zoos are preparing to reopen and welcome back visitors after staff changes and new procedures


Garden centre expansion could create eight jobs

Garden centre expansion could create eight jobs

Garden centre expansion could create eight jobs

02 April 2021

The application is the second one to be made by the garden centre in recent months.


Pub spreads its wings to embrace return of customers at long last

Pub spreads its wings to embrace return of customers at long last

Pub spreads its wings to embrace return of customers at long last

26 March 2021

The Swan Inn is preparing to welcome back friends, regulars and new customers in the coming weeks


Festivities come to an end as Christmas Corsa scrapped for £200

Festivities come to an end as Christmas Corsa scrapped for £200

Festivities come to an end as Christmas Corsa scrapped for £200

22 March 2021

A car transformed into a 25 foot Christmas decoration has been sold for scrap – but its former owner has pledged to go even bigger next year.


Snap-decision puts photography in the frame for career path

Snap-decision puts photography in the frame for career path

Snap-decision puts photography in the frame for career path

21 March 2021

From lockdown redundancy to chasing her dream of being a photographer.


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