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Alburgh, Norfolk. Helen Reeve who's been invited to the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Alburgh lecturer receives Royal Wedding invite

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Lorne Green Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner

Norfolk police commissioner says ‘no’ to fire service merger

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Police looking for information after indecent exposure incident in Great Ellingham

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Residents raise concerns over Long Stratton bypass

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Debenham birthday celebration ended in tragedy

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Culture: From stage fright to limelight

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Older lady seeks cuddly home

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Open day at Care UK's Hartismere Place, in Eye.

Eye care home hosts celebrations fit for a Queen

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Campaigners from Suffolk Animal Save

Animal rights group holds protest outside Eye factory

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Two drivers suffer life-threatening injuries in Earl Stonham collision

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Swan on the line causes delays to rail passengers

Rail prices might be going up – but swan nabs a free ride after blocking the line between Norwich and Diss

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Greater Anglia train at Diss railway station. Picture: Andrew Martin.

UPDATED: Damage to overhead wires south of Diss causing delays on London to Norwich line repaired

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Driver caught in Dickleburgh was three times over the limit

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DANGEROUS: Declan McGee, who was driving the BMW, overtook a Suzuki on the southbound A140, before braking hard.

Man given suspended sentence after admitting dangerous driving on A140 between Yaxley and Earl Stonham

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Police looking for information after indecent exposure incident in Great Ellingham

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Police campaign in Suffolk to raise awareness of stalking

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CCTV image of a man police would like to speak to in connection with a burglary at Eye Town Hall

CCTV appeal following burglary at Eye Town Hall

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Suffolk Constabulary warn of telephone fraudsters claiming to be police officers

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Diss schoolchildren are a class act, says new lollipop lady

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Gislingham, Suffolk. James Copping has set up a student support system for GCSE students called Study Bud, to help students cope with the pressures of school.''Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Former Hartismere student sets up new peer support system

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Sixth formers with Tim Jenkins of East Anglia's Children's Hospices and Natalie Spurdens and Claire Keron from Home-Start.

Diss High School pupils set fundraising record

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

One week left to have your say on Suffolk’s school buses

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The website for the petition against changes to Suffolk's school transport policy

School bus petition signed by three times more people than have filled in county’s consultation

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Velvet and Cambridge Independent win top UK awards

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Picture by Graeme Taplin. Courtesy of Diss Town Council and Diss & District Neighbourhood Planning Group

Diss and district survey reveals what public want most

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Gary Atyes, Abbeycroft Leisure

Leisure guru Gary knows the value of health in the workplace

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Martin WIlby, chairman of Norfolk County Council's environment, development and transport committee

Nearly £6 million on its way to fix Norfolk and Suffolk’s roads

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Challenge to Suffolk County Council’s Tory leader

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Picture by Graeme Taplin. Courtesy of Diss Town Council and Diss & District Neighbourhood Planning Group

Diss and district survey reveals what public want most

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Dr Dan Poulter MP

Suffolk MP Daniel Poulter cleared in misconduct probe

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Nicola Beach, who will be joining Suffolk County Council as Chief Executive in the summer of 2018

County’s new chief executive

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Deborah Sarson, Diss town clerk, Paul Curson, chair of Roydon Parish Council, Mike Bootman, chair of the steering group,  Corinne Moore, Scole Parish Councillor and Graham Moore, chair of Scole Parish Council. Picture: Chris Morris

Residents in Diss and neighbouring parishes urged to have their say

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Fressingfield villagers fear old sewers will not cope

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More snow on the way. Picture: Mecha Morton

Updated: Weekend snow warning for East Anglia

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Traffic in the snow in Rougham Road, Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Robert Robertson

Updated Wednesday: East Anglian snow warning extended to midnight Saturday

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Campaign supports breastfeeding mums

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Rosedale Training held a recent course in Diss

Attleborough firm launches new mental health first aid course

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The Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS), founded in 1972 and has been mobilised near Diss, Eye, and along the A140, provides specialist assistance to the ambulance service and responded to more than 300 calls last year.

Voluntary emergency medical charity serving Suffolk sees increase in calls in 2017

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A rescued hinny with severe and distressing behavioural problems is now enjoying a second chance at Redwings Horse Sanctuary this Christmas after the charity went the extra mile to save his life.

The life of Riley – rescued horse can spend the rest of his days in Norfolk after specially built paddock is made

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Patient Safety Intervention Teams (PSIT) have gone live across the East of England Ambulance Service

Ambulance flying squads aim to keep 999 crews moving

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