Mellis textile designs company chosen as the best of British

A Mellis graphic design and textile firm has been chosen to help showcase the best of British industrial and creative excellence to Asian investors.

Long Stratton, Norfolk. South Norfolk Council Offices in Long Stratton

Keep things moving in South Norfolk this Christmas and recycle your cooking fats

South Norfolk Council is asking residents to recycle their cooking fats this Christmas – in a bid to reduce the number of blocked drains.

McDonalds logo.''Picture Mark Westley

Scole Parish Council objects to McDonald’s bid at ‘accident hotspot’

Scole Parish Council has objected to a proposal to bring McDonald’s to the Diss Express area over highway concerns.

Damian Conway, Director of Dipple and Conway Opticians (left), celebrates the success of Cat's Eyes ale with Martin Green, Fundraising Manager of children's charity Break. Picture: Newsmakers.

Cheers! Diss opticians’ glasses to glasses initiative is a barrel of fun – and raises charity cash

It was a case of ‘cheers’ 14,500 times over after a local optician’s handed over a huge cheque for charity.

Free cooking classes in Harleston.

Group cooking up free classes for beginners in Harleston

A Harleston group has cooked up free classes for those who perhaps don’t have the skill of a Gordon Ramsay or a Delia Smith in the kitchen – yet.

More than 300 children enjoy a picnic and activities at a sports day at Diss High School.

More than 300 primary school children get involved with Diss High School’s picnic sports day

More than 300 four and five year olds were treated to activities at Diss High School’s key stage 1 picnic sports day on Tuesday. Children from Dickleburgh, Garboldisham, Scole,

Diss Infants, Diss Junior and Roydon enjoyed a picnic on the school field followed by activities focusing on agility, balance and coordination skills.

Fressingfield will hold an open gardens event this weekend.

Fressingfield to hold its first open gardens event this weekend

Fressingfield Community Gardeners are holding their first open gardens event this weekend.

The Cross Keys Steering Committee is working to raise money to purchase The Cross Keys pub in Redgrave on behalf of the community.

Bursary to ‘kick start’ Redgrave pub project

A campaign launched to purchase a Redgrave pub now has the funds to ‘kick start’ the project after it was awarded a bursary worth £2,500.

Greggs in Diss'''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

PICTURES: Customer claims maggot eggs were on sealed roll bought from Greggs in Diss

A Greggs spokesperson has reassured customers their products at the Diss store are safe after apparent maggot eggs were found on a sealed roll.

Sylvia and Alan Garlic retire after keeping The Swan pub in Brome for 33 years.''''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Alan and Sylvia call time on The Swan in Brome – after more than 33 years

When Alan and Sylvia Garlick were trying to decide on a new challenge in their lives they were given an idea by his father.

A new Fine Foods Store has opened in Harleston. Photo: Hannah and Hattie Setford.

Master baker to run new Harleston food store to serve customers in community where it all began

A new delicatessen and greengrocer has opened its doors in Harleston today.

A �1m winning Lottery ticket bought in the Waveney district remains unclaimed

£1m winning Lottery ticket bought in the Waveney District still unclaimed – are you sitting on a fortune?

The National Lottery is hunting for a Lotto Millionaire Raffle winner who purchased their winning ticket in the Waveney District – but is yet to claim their prize.

Harleston, Norfolk. Harleston Street Fair which replaced the Easter Market in the Market Place. Pictured are members of Harleston's Future from left Sally Scheffels, Marilyn Watts, Carole Wiles, Annie Podmore and Les Maden.''Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

PICTURES: More than 2,000 visit fair as ‘spring’ put into Harleston’s step

More than 2,000 people are thought to have visited Harleston Market Place on Saturday for its spring fair.

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Dodgeball, rounders and more on offer to youngsters in Attleborough during Easter holidays

Youngsters in Breckland are being encouraged to make the most of a programme of activities across the district during the Easter holidays.

MEMORY LANE: Diss cycling trio to reunite for Cyclathon after 50 years

MEMORY LANE: Diss cycling trio to reunite for Cyclathon after 50 years

When Malcolm Chambers, Robin Briscoe and Graham Trudgill ride together in the Diss Cyclathon this summer, it will be almost 50 years since the trio’s last big day of cycling as students.

Diss High School sixth-form school trip to Dorset, April 1984. Photo submitted by Peter Perkins.

MEMORY LANE: Putting names to faces of Diss High School students of 1984

In January, we shared a photo from Peter Perkins, a former deputy director of Diss High School’s sixth form centre.

Clean Bandit will be performing at Thetford Forest on July 2

Clean Bandit to play Thetford Forest gig in July

Clean Bandit are the final headline act to announce they will be performing at Thetford Forest this summer.

Dave Harris launched Harris's Hog Roast in October 2016. Submitted photo.

Redundancy gave Gislingham man ‘food for thought’ with new venture

A Gislingham man has battled back from the disappointment of redundancy to realise his dream of starting his own business.

Greggs in Mere Street, Diss.

Greggs in Diss reopens

The Greggs store in Diss has reopened after it voluntarily shut its doors over fears of a possible “rodent issue.”

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