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Huge mountain of freight containers appears at former airfield amid port supply problems

Huge mountain of freight containers appears at former airfield amid port supply problems

Huge mountain of freight containers appears at former airfield amid port supply problems

A 60-foot-high mountain of shipping containers has appeared close to a small Suffolk market town.


Sweet treat is a success for Diss chip shop

Sweet treat is a success for Diss chip shop

Sweet treat is a success for Diss chip shop

An award-winning Diss fish and chip cooked up an unusual item last week, which proved to be a big hit.


Motorsports firm Renvale Ltd take home gold in Mini Cooper racing championship

Motorsports firm Renvale Ltd take home gold in Mini Cooper racing championship

Motorsports firm Renvale Ltd take home gold in Mini Cooper racing championship

Renvale Ltd took home two winner’s cups in a nationally televised Mini Cooper racing championship last month.


Retailer to bring Co-op back to south Norfolk village

Retailer to bring Co-op back to south Norfolk village

Retailer to bring Co-op back to south Norfolk village

A temporary shop space will be created for customers to use whilst the East of England Co-op remodel the remainder of the store in time for Christmas


Only 28, salon owner Alice celebrates a decade in business

Only 28, salon owner Alice celebrates a decade in business

Only 28, salon owner Alice celebrates a decade in business

This month marks a decade since Alice Harvey became one of the youngest hair salon owners in Norfolk


Anger mounts as residents lodge objections to controversial biogas plant

Anger mounts as residents lodge objections to controversial biogas plant

Anger mounts as residents lodge objections to controversial biogas plant

Nearly 200 residents have lodged their objections with the local planning authority.


Oxfam takes home shop front award for Second Hand September

Oxfam takes home shop front award for Second Hand September

Oxfam takes home shop front award for Second Hand September

The store has been recognised out of 750 others across the country for having the most impressive shop front.


Service station crowned the best in the region at Forecourt Retail Awards

Service station crowned the best in the region at Forecourt Retail Awards

Service station crowned the best in the region at Forecourt Retail Awards

Budgens Service Station was named 'Best Forecourt' at the the annual Forecourt Retail Awards last month


More public space promised as town consultation closes

More public space promised as town consultation closes

More public space promised as town consultation closes

The consultation period for how £750,000 will be spent to regenerate Harleston town centre drew to a close this week.


Motorsport company secures £10 million British Army contract

Motorsport company secures £10 million British Army contract

Motorsport company secures £10 million British Army contract

The firm has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to build systems for a new vehicle that will be used by the British Army.


The bakery bringing a slice of continental life to Suffolk

The bakery bringing a slice of continental life to Suffolk

The bakery bringing a slice of continental life to Suffolk

A Suffolk bakery has become much more than just a pick-up point for residents to collect their bread.


Residents in opposition to development of biogas plant

Residents in opposition to development of biogas plant

Residents in opposition to development of biogas plant

Residents packed into a village hall this week to oppose the completion of a nearby biogas plant.


Shops warn of worse to come as hauliers struggle with driver shortage

Shops warn of worse to come as hauliers struggle with driver shortage

Shops warn of worse to come as hauliers struggle with driver shortage

Business owners have warned that disruptions to the food supply chain “will only get worse” if the current shortage of HGV drivers is not resolved.


Mum answers call after surge in demand for sign language classes in town

Mum answers call after surge in demand for sign language classes in town

Mum answers call after surge in demand for sign language classes in town

A mother-of-one is doing her bit to support the deaf community in south Norfolk by bringing sign language classes to the district.


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