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Picture gallery: Author brings children’s stories to life with interactive show

Picture gallery: Author brings children’s stories to life with interactive show

Picture gallery: Author brings children’s stories to life with interactive show

18 May 2024

Picture book author and illustrator Chloe Inkpen brought entertaining and interactive storytelling to Diss Corn Hall.


Road closure and diversion route planned for bridge work in village

Road closure and diversion route planned for bridge work in village

Road closure and diversion route planned for bridge work in village

12 April 2024

A Pulham Market road is set to be closed for bridge repairs and a tree felling at the end of the month.


Development on town’s edge for 179 homes could be given go ahead

Development on town’s edge for 179 homes could be given go ahead

Development on town’s edge for 179 homes could be given go ahead

20 November 2023

Plans to build 179 homes on the edge of a Norfolk market town look set to go ahead.


Developer puts forward council application to reduce affordable homes on village site

Developer puts forward council application to reduce affordable homes on village site

Developer puts forward council application to reduce affordable homes on village site

19 November 2023

A housing developer wants to reduce the number of affordable homes it will build in a south Norfolk Village.


Call for investigation in to development

Call for investigation in to development

Call for investigation in to development

06 November 2023

Homeowners have called for an investigation in to a 350-home project, after flooding during Storm Babet.


House development plans for 200-year-old country estate

House development plans for 200-year-old country estate

House development plans for 200-year-old country estate

22 May 2023

Plans to put a trio of homes in the grounds of a 200-year-old Attleborough site have been put forward to Breckland Council


Controversial home plan given green-light

Controversial home plan given green-light

Controversial home plan given green-light

06 April 2023

Plans for a new home next to a former Conservative Club have been approved, despite concerns.


Town centre restaurant and bar goes up for auction

Town centre restaurant and bar goes up for auction

Town centre restaurant and bar goes up for auction

05 April 2023

A former town centre restaurant has gone up for auction with a guide price of between £240,000 and £260,000.


460 new homes 'will kill town', say protestors

460 new homes 'will kill town', say protestors

460 new homes 'will kill town', say protestors

27 October 2022

Plans to build more than 460 homes have sparked fears the area will not be able to cope with the extra population.


Boy's red-hot chilli sales help foodbank with donation

Boy's red-hot chilli sales help foodbank with donation

Boy's red-hot chilli sales help foodbank with donation

24 October 2022

A seven-year-old has used his love of gardening to help a foodbank by selling some hot stuff - chillies.


Council sets aside money for warm banks to open in Norfolk

Council sets aside money for warm banks to open in Norfolk

Council sets aside money for warm banks to open in Norfolk

06 October 2022

Norfolk Community Council is preparing for 'Community Hot-Spots' – public buildings for freezing residents unable to keep the heating on at home.


Owners of Grade-II listed home shortlisted for national award after colossal two-year renovation project

Owners of Grade-II listed home shortlisted for national award after colossal two-year renovation project

Owners of Grade-II listed home shortlisted for national award after colossal two-year renovation project

01 October 2022

Hannah and Ban Nairn have worked day in, day out to restore the historic cottage, which is believed to sit on the site of a 10th-century Saxon fort.


Retro cars set to impress as event returns

Retro cars set to impress as event returns

Retro cars set to impress as event returns

24 September 2022

Vehicles of all shapes and sizes are set to roll into town tomorrow for a fayre that has been on hold for two years.


Search begins to find traveller sites to ease deadlock

Search begins to find traveller sites to ease deadlock

Search begins to find traveller sites to ease deadlock

23 September 2022

Officials are launching a new search for suitable sites for gypsies and travellers.


Diss and surrounding areas hit by evening power outage

Diss and surrounding areas hit by evening power outage

Diss and surrounding areas hit by evening power outage

12 September 2022

Some households have reported full outages, whereas others have just reported dimming lights.


Homeowner who dug up the untold history of his house teaches others to do the same

Homeowner who dug up the untold history of his house teaches others to do the same

Homeowner who dug up the untold history of his house teaches others to do the same

05 September 2022

After digging up centuries of undiscovered history about his own home, an amateur historian is now teaching residents how they can do the same


Leading estate agent predicts that "boom is over" for house prices in town

Leading estate agent predicts that "boom is over" for house prices in town

Leading estate agent predicts that "boom is over" for house prices in town

17 August 2022

Prices in Diss have risen by 27.7 per cent in the past two years but now look likely slow down, one of the towns leading estate agents has predicted


Former post office subject of hit Channel 4 property show

Former post office subject of hit Channel 4 property show

Former post office subject of hit Channel 4 property show

29 July 2022

On Wednesday evening, millions of viewers across the country watched as Remarkable Renovations presenter George Clarke visited the building


Council partner with care provider to build flats for people with disabilities

Council partner with care provider to build flats for people with disabilities

Council partner with care provider to build flats for people with disabilities

27 July 2022

Known as Oak Lodge and Laurea House, the development will provide housing for 12 people in eight fully en-suite rooms and four one-bedroom flats


MP urges Council to reject controversial planning application

MP urges Council to reject controversial planning application

MP urges Council to reject controversial planning application

16 July 2022

Richard Bacon has called the latest application 'acutely unfair'


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