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Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

Supermarket raises more than £1,000 to pay for books at primary school

19 January 2022

The money raised will go towards paying for books for pupils focusing on diversity and sex education


The masseuse immersing her clients in sound

The masseuse immersing her clients in sound

The masseuse immersing her clients in sound

17 January 2022

Rose Haynes is offering 'sound baths' for people looking to dip their toes into meditation


Organisers behind Mere Octagon ready to take on new entrepreneurs with Diss Dragons' Den

Organisers behind Mere Octagon ready to take on new entrepreneurs with Diss Dragons' Den

Organisers behind Mere Octagon ready to take on new entrepreneurs with Diss Dragons' Den

17 January 2022

A defunct tourist information centre has been repurposed into the Mere Octagon, offering start-up businesses short leases to test their business plans


Restaurant stops serving French food and wine in protest of country's government

Restaurant stops serving French food and wine in protest of country's government

Restaurant stops serving French food and wine in protest of country's government

16 January 2022

1066 At The Chequers has taken all French fare off its menu in protest at their government’s treatment towards the United Kingdom


Ambulance firm carrying Peggy Copeman struck off following CQC inspection

Ambulance firm carrying Peggy Copeman struck off following CQC inspection

Ambulance firm carrying Peggy Copeman struck off following CQC inspection

15 January 2022

Premier Rescue Ambulance Service, which was carrying an 81-year-old woman as she died has been shut down by care watchdogs


Council threaten to remove shelter if vandalism continues

Council threaten to remove shelter if vandalism continues

Council threaten to remove shelter if vandalism continues

15 January 2022

A town council has threatened to remove a piece of play area equipment if vandalism continues after it was irreparably damaged last week


Dad with brain tumour speaks of trauma after months of misdiagnoses

Dad with brain tumour speaks of trauma after months of misdiagnoses

Dad with brain tumour speaks of trauma after months of misdiagnoses

14 January 2022

Over several visits to his GP, Gareth Stevens was told the persistent pain in his face was likely the result of teeth clenching or depression


Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

Gas lorry slips into ditch in Bressingham

14 January 2022

The incident comes amidst growing frustration amongst Bressingham and Fersfield residents about the number of HGVs travelling through the area


Town rocked following shooting of former Mayor

Town rocked following shooting of former Mayor

Town rocked following shooting of former Mayor

12 January 2022

The shooting of Tony Crouch has caused widespread shock amongst residents


Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

Gressingham Duck handed award after effort to rescue endangered birds

12 January 2022

A duck farming business has formed an unlikely partnership with a wildlife conservation group to save the endangered birds along the Little Ouse River


Author's latest novel becomes Amazon number one bestseller

Author's latest novel becomes Amazon number one bestseller

Author's latest novel becomes Amazon number one bestseller

11 January 2022

Jenni Keer is enjoying a wave of plaudits following the release of her latest book, which she penned during lockdown last year


Council confirms former mayor was absent from meeting due to being shot

Council confirms former mayor was absent from meeting due to being shot

Council confirms former mayor was absent from meeting due to being shot

11 January 2022

The incident is being investigated by police.


Plans to build 15 homes submitted to council

Plans to build 15 homes submitted to council

Plans to build 15 homes submitted to council

11 January 2022

Permission for the homes has already been granted in principle but the finer details of the scheme still need to be signed off by the council


Veteran broadcaster leaves Breakfast Show after two years

Veteran broadcaster leaves Breakfast Show after two years

Veteran broadcaster leaves Breakfast Show after two years

10 January 2022

Chris Moyse is leaving Park Radio's flagship show after two years


Energy firm launch fresh application for controversial biogas plant

Energy firm launch fresh application for controversial biogas plant

Energy firm launch fresh application for controversial biogas plant

09 January 2022

Councillors and residents will meet tomorrow to discuss the latest development to stop the construction of Deal Farm Biogas


Local community answers the call to raise money for defibrillator

Local community answers the call to raise money for defibrillator

Local community answers the call to raise money for defibrillator

06 January 2022

A neighbourhood association has raised £1,400 to have a defibrillator installed in a phone box


Missing 54-year-old man found 'safe and well'

Missing 54-year-old man found 'safe and well'

Missing 54-year-old man found 'safe and well'

06 January 2022

A missing 54-year-old man has been found 'safe and well' by police.


Theatre review: From Rushmere With Love

Theatre review: From Rushmere With Love

Theatre review: From Rushmere With Love

04 January 2022

Basil Abbott give us his take on the Eastern Angles Theatre Company's new production: From Rushmere with Love.


One year on: Councillor Alison Thomas looks back on devastating floods

One year on: Councillor Alison Thomas looks back on devastating floods

One year on: Councillor Alison Thomas looks back on devastating floods

04 January 2022

A year after Long Stratton was hit by devastating floods, a councillor whose house was wrecked has spoken about her experience


Lockdown rockers get back together after 20 years

Lockdown rockers get back together after 20 years

Lockdown rockers get back together after 20 years

02 January 2022

Spurred on by lockdown, a local rock band have regrouped 20 years after forming to perform at a local talent competition


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