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Campaign underway to build free-to-access WWII museum

Campaign underway to build free-to-access WWII museum

Campaign underway to build free-to-access WWII museum

23 June 2020

The museum, which will be in Eye, is trying to raise £40,000


Coronavirus Daily: Shielding measures to be relaxed from July

Coronavirus Daily: Shielding measures to be relaxed from July

Coronavirus Daily: Shielding measures to be relaxed from July

23 June 2020

The process to help those shielding will be done in a stepped approach.


Coronavirus Daily: PM could be confirming more changes to measures tomorrow

Coronavirus Daily: PM could be confirming more changes to measures tomorrow

Coronavirus Daily: PM could be confirming more changes to measures tomorrow

22 June 2020

Both Norfolk and Suffolk have only registered one new positive case each in the last 24-hour reporting period.


Village rally cancelled due to pandemic

Village rally cancelled due to pandemic

Village rally cancelled due to pandemic

21 June 2020

The rally celebrates the longest strike in British history.


Coronavirus Daily: Chancellor says two-metre rule change could be announced next week

Coronavirus Daily: Chancellor says two-metre rule change could be announced next week

Coronavirus Daily: Chancellor says two-metre rule change could be announced next week

21 June 2020

If reduced to one-metre it will be seen as a huge boost to the hospitality sector.


Scole group hoping for project votes

Scole group hoping for project votes

Scole group hoping for project votes

20 June 2020

The project helps schools and other groups in the area.


Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk hits double figures for new cases as two-metre decision is close

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk hits double figures for new cases as two-metre decision is close

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk hits double figures for new cases as two-metre decision is close

20 June 2020

If there is a change it could help things such as the reopening of pubs and restaurants.


Second Black Lives Matter demonstration goes ahead in Diss to mixed response from motorists

Second Black Lives Matter demonstration goes ahead in Diss to mixed response from motorists

Second Black Lives Matter demonstration goes ahead in Diss to mixed response from motorists

20 June 2020

Protesters took part in a second demonstration along the A1066 between Diss and Roydon this week


We’ve been left in the dark by Boris, claims publican

We’ve been left in the dark by Boris, claims publican

We’ve been left in the dark by Boris, claims publican

20 June 2020

The owner of the Queen's Head in Eye talks about lockdown and the possible future in the hospitality industry.


Growing number of hedgehogs mysteriously found dead around village

Growing number of hedgehogs mysteriously found dead around village

Growing number of hedgehogs mysteriously found dead around village

19 June 2020

A mother and daughter are bringing awareness to the alarming rate that hedgehogs are being found dead in the area.


Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue no new cases trend as NHS app plans stopped

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue no new cases trend as NHS app plans stopped

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue no new cases trend as NHS app plans stopped

19 June 2020

Both counties have not had new cases of the virus for most of the week.


Coronavirus Daily: Culture Secretary announces group to help bring live performances back

Coronavirus Daily: Culture Secretary announces group to help bring live performances back

Coronavirus Daily: Culture Secretary announces group to help bring live performances back

18 June 2020

Oliver Dowdon hopes to find a way to bring back the UK's 'world leading' culture sector.


Arrests made after trees and plants damaged in Harleston

Arrests made after trees and plants damaged in Harleston

Arrests made after trees and plants damaged in Harleston

17 June 2020

The incident happened in the early hours of this morning (June 17).


Vera celebrates her 104th with the mounted police

Vera celebrates her 104th with the mounted police

Vera celebrates her 104th with the mounted police

17 June 2020

Her day included a number of surprises to celebrate the milestone.


Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk have no new daily cases as PM praises 'breakthrough' in virus treatment

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk have no new daily cases as PM praises 'breakthrough' in virus treatment

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk have no new daily cases as PM praises 'breakthrough' in virus treatment

17 June 2020

It is the second day in a row that Norfolk has had no new daily positive cases.


Coronavirus Daily: Hospitals report weekly figures as Norfolk records no new daily cases

Coronavirus Daily: Hospitals report weekly figures as Norfolk records no new daily cases

Coronavirus Daily: Hospitals report weekly figures as Norfolk records no new daily cases

16 June 2020

Covid-19 figures from the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital as well as West Suffolk Hospital.


Zoo cyclist raising thousands all for the love of Sam

Zoo cyclist raising thousands all for the love of Sam

Zoo cyclist raising thousands all for the love of Sam

16 June 2020

His idea was to make £100, that target went very quickly.


Greggs to reopen 800 stores on Thursday

Greggs to reopen 800 stores on Thursday

Greggs to reopen 800 stores on Thursday

16 June 2020

Is your local Greggs on the list?


Diss neighbours celebrate second lottery win in two months

Diss neighbours celebrate second lottery win in two months

Diss neighbours celebrate second lottery win in two months

15 June 2020

Well done to the winners.


Horse charity bucks its rehoming record

Horse charity bucks its rehoming record

Horse charity bucks its rehoming record

15 June 2020

The farm already has more horses going to new homes this month too.


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