Fressingfield villagers fear old sewers will not cope

Worried villagers in Fressingfield are calling for action after sewers in the village overflowed for the fourth time in four months.

Banham Zoo has some new residents

Meet the new residents of Banham Zoo

For more pictures and reactions from local visitors at the launch, see this coming Friday’s Diss Express (out March 23)

More snow on the way. Picture: Mecha Morton

Updated: Weekend snow warning for East Anglia

If you thought the snow was gone for this year, you were wrong.

Traffic in the snow in Rougham Road, Bury St Edmunds. Picture: Robert Robertson

Updated Wednesday: East Anglian snow warning extended to midnight Saturday

The Met Office has today (Wednesday) updated its warnings for snow across East Anglia, extending them through Saturday with warnings of a continuing risk of travel and power disruption – but Bury St Edmunds market carries on.

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

Bishop backs cellphone mast deal for church towers

Suffolk’s most senior bishop has backed a deal between the Government and Church of England to use churches to improve rural mobile phones and broadband services.

The River Thet is subject to a flood alert

Flood alerts in force as Storm Eleanor heads our way

Two flood alerts have been in force in Suffolk and Norfolk since New Year’s Day as the Met Office warns of the approach of Storm Eleanor.

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

A mother-of-three who launched a not-for-profit social enterprise is calling on the community to lend a hand this weekend – as it aims to create a permanent site in a Norfolk village.


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

Landowners in a Suffolk village have put their heads together in a bid to create natural flood prevention measures.

Banham Primary School has officially relaunched its revamped wildlife area.Angela Sharpe Photography.

Banham Primary pupils can get in touch with their wild side once again after relaunch

Banham Primary School children have had the chance to get in touch with their wild side once again.

Balloon releases add yet more plastic litter to our countryside and seas endangering wildlife, says naturalist calling for a ban.

Suffolk naturalist’s balloon and lantern release ban petition taking off

A petition begun by a Suffolk naturalist to get balloon and sky-lantern releases banned has gained 10,000 signatures in two weeks.

Met Office warns of heavy rain and flooding

Warnings of heavy rain on Tuesday and Wednesday across East Anglia

Showers giving up to three hours of heavy rain will hit East Anglia tomorrow followed by more continuous rain on Wednesday, the Met Office has warned.

The north Suffolk drinking water supply is the subject of a �450,000 investment

Road closure in Hoxne as north Suffolk water supply to get drop of improvements

The water supply between Eye and Hoxne, near Syleham, is to be the subject of a £450,000 investment from Essex and Suffolk Water.

WINNERS: South Norfolk's Big Litter Pick 2017 collects thousands of bags of rubbish.

Winners announced as Big Litter Pick 2017 ends

South Norfolk Council’s Big Litter Pick 2017 has come to an end with thousands of bags of rubbish and recycling collected.

New conservation manager Rob Martyr (right) shakes hands with chair Peter Coster (left).

Conservation project hires first employee after £60,000 grant

The Little Ouse Headwaters Project (LOHP) has secured a grant that has allowed the project to hire its first conservation manager.

Horsham, Suffolk. Mark Bradley has made Spot On Tuning, his car servicing business in Denham, completely solar powered, using solar panels from his other company, Solar Decker. ''Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Denham garage owner goes totally solar powered as summer arrives

A Denham businessman says solar power is the energy source of the future for businesses, after hooking up his car servicing company to be completely powered by solar panels.

Harleston Open Gardens. No 6 Lesley and David Rock at their Beeches house and garden.

PICTURES: Harleston Open Gardens weekend draws hundreds from far and wide

Harleston residents showed off their gardens to hundreds of visitors from near and far, as the town staged its Open Gardens event over the weekend.

The Met Office warns of difficult driving conditions in worst hit areas

Warning of two weeks worth of rain in an hour for East Anglia

The Met office has warned that torrential rain could bring localised flooding and difficult driving conditions to East Anglia tomorrow afternoon and evening.

Maureen and Keith Morris at the Foxearth site in 2002

Foxearth reserve born out of one man’s mission

The former owner of Foxearth’s new nature reserve is hoping as many people as possible can enjoy the wildlife on display.

Peter Metcalf, of Harleston's Future, tree surgeon Daniel Meadows and builder Paul Nelson help install the new swift nesting boxes around Harleston.

Harleston community group takes action to support declining swift population

The community of Harleston has taken action to support the swifts returning to the town this month, in the hope of stopping the decline in their population.

Two F-35A Lightning IIs from the 388th Fighter Squadron and three F-15C Eagles from the 493rd Fighter Squadron, RAF Lakenheath. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Roidan Carlson)

More flying across East Anglia from RAF Lakenheath next week

Raf Lakenheath has today warned that its 48th Fighter Wing will increase flying operations next week across East Anglia.

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