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A140 reopens after three vehicle crash

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Tower power: could your local church boost you mobile phone signal?

Bishop backs cellphone mast deal for church towers

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The family of Jamie Kelly, killed in a fatal collision in North Lopham, have paid tribute to him. Picture: Norfolk Constabulary.

Family pays tribute to man killed in North Lopham crash

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The Corn Hall, Diss

Diss Corn Hall shortlisted for two awards

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Old Buckenham Airshow secures ‘true giant of the sky’

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New Buckenham woman up for nation-wide award after book success

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Old Buckenham villagers raise more than £32k for homeless charity

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Work begins on Stradroke community centre £40,000 revamp

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Council plan to invest in Norfolks future.

County Council tax share at maximum to pay for social care

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Greater Anglia train

Billions set to improve region’s rail services

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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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Roadworks

TRAFFIC INFORMATION: Works will see Diss road closed for eight weeks in January

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Inquest opens on Wattisfield crash death

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Suffolk Police acting  control room manager Phil Quickenden has been shortlisted for the first APD Control Room Awards

Suffolk Police supervisor listed in first UK emergency control room awards

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Suffolk Trading Standards no cold calling area sign

Warning of door-to-door ‘rehab’ scam

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Lauri Love

Latest: Alleged hacker Lauri Love wins appeal against extradition to USA

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

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Archbishop Sancroft High School deptuty headteacher  Rob Connelly, left, with headteacher Richard Cranmer. Photo: Zach Ward.

Federation of two Harleston schools would provide ‘exciting’ future for children as consultation launches

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West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds

MPs backing WSC bid for East Anglian technology institute

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APOLOGY: Jim McAtear, executive headteacher at Hartismere School, wants Suffolk County Council to say sorry to its residents.

Hartismere headmaster slams Suffolk County Council’s school transport plan as ‘utterly shameless’ and calls for an apology

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From left: Martin Simmons, Vice Principal from Sparsholt
College, Lucas Atkinson, Sarah Bonsall, and Gary Batters, the Director of Conservation and Education at Banham Zoo. Submitted photo.

Top dogs – Banham Zoo duo make the grade for prestigious award prize

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County Council tax share at maximum to pay for social care

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Harleston, Norfolk. Brothers Gary and Shaun Hynd, have opened G&S Auto Services in Harleston 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE PHOTOGRAPHY

Brothers team up to launch new Harleston business

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Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner, Lorne Green   PICTURE: Mecha Morton

More tax rises proposed to protect frontline services

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Diss, Norfolk. Mere Street

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE PHOTOGRAPHY

Diss traders hope new group will boost footfall

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Hopes for new Suffolk County Council chief executive by Easter

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Suffolk County Council's headquarters at Endeavour House, Ipswich

Suffolk’s cabinet backs 4.99 per cent tax rise

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A pothole awaiting 'reactive repair' near West Row

Suffolk County Council moves to fill holes in its roads and budget

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Eye Town Hall

As Diss Town Council prepares to decide final precept, how do towns across the area compare?

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County Hall Norwich

Union boss condemns Norfolk County Council allowance hike

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Bishop backs cellphone mast deal for church towers

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The River Thet is subject to a flood alert

Flood alerts in force as Storm Eleanor heads our way

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The site for the Wild Wood Forest School in Roydon. Submitted photo.

Creating a lasting legacy in Roydon – social enterprise allowing children to explore, learn and play hits significant milestone

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VILLAGE SIGN - DEBENHAM

Landowner’s knowledge and goodwill key in battle to beat flooding risk in Debenham

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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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Some of West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust's long service volunteer award winners and student volunteers

West Suffolk Hospital in national project to boost NHS volunteering

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Karen Nunn, Claire Bardsley, Christine Dinnage. Photo: Gordon Powles.

Colleagues lose locks in amazingly selfless act to stand with Redlingfield woman diagnosed with lung cancer

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