Patients are being forced to queue for more than an hour a pharmacy struggles to cope with the number of staff in self-isolation.
Community members have reflected on the impact of the past 15 months as a beacon was lit to commemorate those who have died during the pandemic.
Hour Community has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
The PM has confirmed the third stage of the lockdown roadmap is going ahead from Monday allowing people to meet in larger groups, mix indoors and hug.
“We need to build back better, and that’s going to involve investment in infrastructure, broadband and housing," Richard Bacon has claimed.
At the time of her death, Miss Turner-Hewitt was believed to be one of the youngest people in East Anglia to die from the virus.
Coronavirus transmission has dropped to such a point that authorities are no longer sharing data on cases in much of the Diss Express area.
Pubs are installing a number of new outdoor offerings in preparation for Monday, but remain concerned over how the weather will affect their business.
Heather Richards has been selling ceramics with a 'smiling eyes' design on them to stress the importance of smiling during the pandemic.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says hairdressers, gyms, shops and beer gardens will be allowed to reopen in just seven days.
After a long wait, residents in Diss have been given a date for when a vaccination centre will open in the town.
Tributes were paid this week to the thousands of people to have died during the coronavirus pandemic – including almost 450 in the Diss Express area.
Teachers in the Diss Express area have praised the “calm and joyful” return of children to classrooms after months of home-schooling.
Business owners from different sectors in Diss are split on the Government’s proposed plan to ease lockdown measures.
Almost 7,500 samples were collected during surge testing in Diss and Roydon, returning 51 positive results.
Residents with no other means of getting to their vaccination appointments have found an unlikely saviour in their town mayor.