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New Buckenham author returns with DNA mystery sequel

New Buckenham author returns with DNA mystery sequel

New Buckenham author returns with DNA mystery sequel

28 July 2018

The stellar success of her previous children's book has spurred Mandy Hartley on to write a sequel.


Amy looks back on a year with Splice Creative

Amy looks back on a year with Splice Creative

Amy looks back on a year with Splice Creative

27 July 2018

Amy is one of eight local students which Splice Creative has offered work experience to at their Diss offices.


Victory for campaign to save toilets at Mere's Mouth

Victory for campaign to save toilets at Mere's Mouth

Victory for campaign to save toilets at Mere's Mouth

27 July 2018

After months of uncertainty, the deadlock over their future of the toilets was finally broken this week.


Family embark on moped journey in Tina’s memory

Family embark on moped journey in Tina’s memory

Family embark on moped journey in Tina’s memory

25 July 2018

A nurse’s battle with cancer has spurred her family and friends to raise funds in her memory


Classroom construction to start at Framlingham Prep

Classroom construction to start at Framlingham Prep

Classroom construction to start at Framlingham Prep

24 July 2018

The new building comes as the prep school needs to find space for an increasing number of pupils.


Hempnall Primary pupils off to centenary event

Hempnall Primary pupils off to centenary event

Hempnall Primary pupils off to centenary event

21 July 2018

The concert features a choir of 2,000 children, dressed to resemble two giant remembrance poppies.


Pupils help exhibition get off to a 'quacking' start

Pupils help exhibition get off to a 'quacking' start

Pupils help exhibition get off to a 'quacking' start

17 July 2018

A Brush with the Past opened last week, with the exhibition celebrating the town's industrial brush-making past.


Surprise as old headstones found in Stradbroke garden

Surprise as old headstones found in Stradbroke garden

Surprise as old headstones found in Stradbroke garden

16 July 2018

The headstones are dated between the 1700s and 1800s, including the headstone of an infant girl.


Special delivery: Baby girl delivered by parents on roadside

Special delivery: Baby girl delivered by parents on roadside

Special delivery: Baby girl delivered by parents on roadside

14 July 2018

A dressing gown tie and a couple's teamwork is what it took for a baby to be successfully born in a car on a village road.


A Fair Deal for Diss

A Fair Deal for Diss

A Fair Deal for Diss

13 July 2018

Diss Express launches new campaign


Diss physio offers therapy for the community

Diss physio offers therapy for the community

Diss physio offers therapy for the community

12 July 2018

Dr Katy Mitchell has launched a new clinic.


David sets his sights on Jerusalem in road trip

David sets his sights on Jerusalem in road trip

David sets his sights on Jerusalem in road trip

12 July 2018

"Other than a map, a washing-up bowl, a kettle, a basic car repair kit and half-a-dozen changes of clothing, that's it."


Bell rings in new role for Brockdish school as heritage centre

Bell rings in new role for Brockdish school as heritage centre

Bell rings in new role for Brockdish school as heritage centre

11 July 2018

A 200-year-old Brockdish village school has been reopened as the Waveney Heritage Centre.


Hair today and gone tomorrow

Hair today and gone tomorrow

Hair today and gone tomorrow

06 July 2018

Evan is raising money for a trip to Kenya


Scole's Pocket Park transformation sealed with charity status

Scole's Pocket Park transformation sealed with charity status

Scole's Pocket Park transformation sealed with charity status

02 July 2018

The charity is designed to maintain Scole Pocket Park and four other pieces of land.


Karen feels like a new woman after heart surgery

Karen feels like a new woman after heart surgery

Karen feels like a new woman after heart surgery

28 June 2018

A Rickinghall woman has successfully undergone heart surgery, after a pioneering new method failed.


Millionth customer wins pub’s prize

Millionth customer wins pub’s prize

Millionth customer wins pub’s prize

28 June 2018

Couple celebrate 18 years at the pub where they shared a first date.


Community unites as walking scheme launched in East Harling

Community unites as walking scheme launched in East Harling

Community unites as walking scheme launched in East Harling

25 June 2018

The scheme was set up in the wake of Peter Wrighton's murder in the village.


MP calls for action over Mere's Mouth toilets

MP calls for action over Mere's Mouth toilets

MP calls for action over Mere's Mouth toilets

19 June 2018

Richard Bacon MP urges Diss Town Council "to get on with it"


Diss Cyclathon to pedal through town on Sunday

Diss Cyclathon to pedal through town on Sunday

Diss Cyclathon to pedal through town on Sunday

18 June 2018

Now in its third year, the day will kick off with the Nine Towns Sportive.


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