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A stone wall penalty: council wrongly pays £11k repair bill

A stone wall penalty: council wrongly pays £11k repair bill

A stone wall penalty: council wrongly pays £11k repair bill

13 October 2020

The council is now working to recoup more than £11,000 after repairing the church wall.


Heroes of crisis deserve better, claim opposition

Heroes of crisis deserve better, claim opposition

Heroes of crisis deserve better, claim opposition

05 August 2020

Councillors have been accused of self-congratulating instead of learning lessons


Discussions on quashing residents’ parish poll revealed

Discussions on quashing residents’ parish poll revealed

Discussions on quashing residents’ parish poll revealed

03 August 2020

Emails discussed the legality of the parish poll and whether its result would have to be implemented.


Norfolk boundary review delayed by five years due to crisis

Norfolk boundary review delayed by five years due to crisis

Norfolk boundary review delayed by five years due to crisis

09 May 2020

The shake up may not take place now until 2025.


EDITORIAL: Elections – and why we stay neutral

EDITORIAL: Elections – and why we stay neutral

EDITORIAL: Elections – and why we stay neutral

13 December 2019

Local newspapers tread a tricky line at election time.


General Election 2019: Conservative Richard Bacon re-elected in South Norfolk

General Election 2019: Conservative Richard Bacon re-elected in South Norfolk

General Election 2019: Conservative Richard Bacon re-elected in South Norfolk

13 December 2019

Conservative candidate Richard Bacon will return as the MP for South Norfolk.


General Election 2019: Dr Dan Poulter re-elected in Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

General Election 2019: Dr Dan Poulter re-elected in Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

General Election 2019: Dr Dan Poulter re-elected in Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

13 December 2019

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.


General Election 2019: Conservative Jo Churchill holds onto Bury St Edmunds

General Election 2019: Conservative Jo Churchill holds onto Bury St Edmunds

General Election 2019: Conservative Jo Churchill holds onto Bury St Edmunds

13 December 2019

The Conservatives have held onto their seat in Bury St Edmunds.


General Election 2019: Live coverage for South Norfolk, Central Suffolk & North Ipswich

General Election 2019: Live coverage for South Norfolk, Central Suffolk & North Ipswich

General Election 2019: Live coverage for South Norfolk, Central Suffolk & North Ipswich

12 December 2019

Follow our live blog for all the latest news and updates during polling day and from the election counts in your area.


General Election 2019: Overview of campaign pledges of South Norfolk and Central Suffolk candidates

General Election 2019: Overview of campaign pledges of South Norfolk and Central Suffolk candidates

General Election 2019: Overview of campaign pledges of South Norfolk and Central Suffolk candidates

11 December 2019

Brexit set to dominate as UK gears up for election.


Two new people join town council

Two new people join town council

Two new people join town council

16 August 2019

This brings council membership to 11


"It's not over" says the former Diss High School student who tried to bring Boris Johnson to court

"It's not over" says the former Diss High School student who tried to bring Boris Johnson to court

"It's not over" says the former Diss High School student who tried to bring Boris Johnson to court

14 June 2019

Marcus Ball says his time in Diss had a great impact on his life


How south Norfolk and mid Suffolk voted in the European elections

How south Norfolk and mid Suffolk voted in the European elections

How south Norfolk and mid Suffolk voted in the European elections

27 May 2019

The region will be represented by three Brexit Party MEPs, two Liberal Democrats, one Green and one Conservative


Council down to bare bones as six decline to stand again

Council down to bare bones as six decline to stand again

Council down to bare bones as six decline to stand again

19 April 2019

Only seven nominations have been received for the 14 seats on Diss Town Council


Diss Town Council defer leadership question until next year

Diss Town Council defer leadership question until next year

Diss Town Council defer leadership question until next year

12 December 2018

Councillors will discuss electing a deputy mayor in the run up to May's local elections


Council leader quits

 Council leader quits

Council leader quits

06 December 2018

Cllr Julian Mason has stepped down as leader of Diss Town Council


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