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Velvet and Cambridge Independent win top UK awards

Velvet magazine has been named the best in the UK.

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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

The chairman of a Diss and district neighbourhood planning group says he has been encouraged by the response to a recent consultation on the future of the district.

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Gary Atyes, Abbeycroft Leisure

Leisure guru Gary knows the value of health in the workplace

Abbeycroft Leisure has sites from Bury St Edmunds to Newmarket, Felixstowe to Cambridge and it keeps Gary Atyes on his toes.

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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

Almost £6 million of government funding is being provided to help repair holes caused by harsh winter weather conditions for roads across Norfolk and Suffolk.

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Diss, Norfolk. Stephen Fenby MD of Midwich

Diss headquarters drives Midwich’s £101 million revenue growth

One of Diss’ largest employers is celebrating after seeing its revenue grow by more than £100 million in the last year.

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Two Counties Business Exhibition

Digital in the spotlight at Two Counties Business Exhibition

Digital marketing is one of the highlights of the Two Counties Business Exhibition being staged in Newmarket today.
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Anglian Water

Union accuses Anglian Water of’ trying to provoke strike’ over pensions

Britain’s biggest union has accused Anglian Water of trying to provoke a strike by refusing to go to Acas in a dispute over pension changes.

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Two Counties Business Exhibition

Business show on course for success

Newmarket’s Rowley Mile racecourse is used to welcoming champion thoroughbreds but later this week it will be playing host to an exhibition aiming to make sure local businesses are winners.

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Minister vows to keep up pace of broadband upgrades

Minister vows to keep up pace of broadband upgrades

The minister responsible for broadband has told a meeting of Norfolk councillors work will carry on until everyone can be properly connected.

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Kirsty and Chloe Howard with some of their in-house gluten free produce

Diss gluten-free food store launches new website

A specialist food store is going from strength-to-strength after launching a new website and producing its own in-house food.

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Council plan to invest in Norfolk's future.

County Council tax share at maximum to pay for social care

Norfolk County Council has approved a £388 million budget for 2018/19.

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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

Two brothers who have both travelled the world as military engineers have teamed up to open a new auto repair service.

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

More tax rises proposed to protect frontline services

Three more organisations moved a step closer to setting their council tax share this week.

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Diss, Norfolk. Mere Street''Picture: MARK BULLIMORE PHOTOGRAPHY

Diss traders hope new group will boost footfall

A new traders’ group is in the early stages of formation to help promote business on a town centre street.

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County Hall Norwich

Union boss condemns Norfolk County Council allowance hike

Union leaders have condemned Norfolk county councillors’ refusal to overturn plans to increase their allowances by more than 10 per cent.

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Thatchers Needle - Diss

Pub chain lodges plan for new hotel and retail units for Diss

A national pub chain has lodged plans to build a 27-bedroom hotel in Diss.

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Group managing director, Stephen Fenby. Submitted picture.

Midwich sees in new year with a re-shuffle at the top

It was not only the Government that was having a reshuffle on Monday as one of Diss’s largest employers announced some switches of its own.

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Aspall Cyder is now part of Molson Coors

Transatlantic brewer takes over Aspall Cyder

The 290-year-old family-run Aspall Cyder company has been taken over by the trans-Atlantic brewing giant Molson-Coors.

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Simonds Coaches is hoping to recruit more drivers, and talk of an industry shortage.''Pictured: Carl Lummis

Looking for a job that could really take you places? Simonds offering potential drivers the chance to get behind the wheel

Are you looking for a career which could really take you places?

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