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The council’s Business Builder support programme has helped around 200 businesses access support grants.
A mother who lost her son just days before his first birthday, has spoken of her gratitude toward EACH for their support.
Dog-grooming business focused on one-to-one care and confidence building keeps tails wagging
Thinking outside the box will soon be providing people in need with extra support, while helping to increase recycling.
A commercial vet has scooped a prestigious accolade for his work tackling one of the UK’s largest animal health outbreaks.
Diss Publishing has had a double celebration in a week after scooping a national award and welcoming an international best-selling author.
A Debenham farmer has spoken of his pride at flying the flag for British farming at the historic Lord Mayor’s Show.
Fake detective fraudsters have been targeting Norfolk residents with phone calls.
A man, part of an organised shoplifting gang that stole at least £34,500 worth of champagne and spirits from multiple supermarkets, has been jailed.
Officers have urged residents to be cautious after a series of purse and wallet thefts in South Norfolk.
A fugitive drug dealer who brought large amounts of cocaine into Norfolk and was on the run for almost two years has been jailed today.
From card readings and reflexology to beauty treatments and sports massage, this business is sure to be popular as it opened its doors to customers.
Deidre Wilson-Kent is taking on a charity walking challenge with her friend to support Norfolk and Norwich hospital’s new ward.
One dental practice is preparing to close, but another will not be axed after a U-turn was made.
Bus service problems could be partially resolved as an operator weighs up demand for the 319 service.
Speed cameras are a feature on many roads and whether you agree with their use or not, drivers have to live with them, but how exactly do they work?
Green Party co-leader Adrian Ramsay has visited Diss station to share his unease about potential ticket office changes.
Green Party co-leader visits train station to offer objections to ticket office closures.
A campaign leader, fighting a proposed pylon line through East Anglian, has labelled plans compensating people living close to the route as insulting.
Call made for building on flood plains to be banned in the wake of flooding issues.
Four pupils at a local school are shining brightly in their sporting fields.
A charitable initiative helping parents to afford a school uniform has been hailed a success.
The school has maintained has been given a positive rating from Ofsted inspectors after a recent visit.