The village will hit the small screen next week when a popular visitor attraction is the subject of a full-length television programme.
People are being the offered the chance to share their thoughts on a vital document which will shape how Diss is developed over the coming years.
It follows a recent spike in fly tipping incidents across the region.
The campaign is spreading its message about pollutants ending up in our waterways.
Two friends campaign to raise awareness as bill seeks to find a passage through parliament.
The firm has defended its soon-to-be constructed power plant after a green campaigner warned of its “painful environmental and financial legacy”.
A council office was doused in paint this week as part of a protest against the government’s handling of the climate change crisis.
Plans to construct a gas-fuelled power plant on the site of a former Second World War airfield have been resurrected, five years after being shelved.
Environment focused food store bringing greens to our cupboards.
Village residents have been banding together to build a greener future.
An application new homes near the site where King Edmund is believed to have been murdered has been thrown out after outcry from villagers.
Protesters laid out 100 pairs of shoes outside South Norfolk Council’s offices in a demonstration against the authority’s position on climate change.
Visitors to Diss Mere should keep pets away from the water while the problem persists
Protesters held placards outside the South Norfolk MP's office in Long Stratton
The action was taken to help tackle the spread of coronavirus.