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Recycling is company’s cup of tea

Recycling is company’s cup of tea

Recycling is company’s cup of tea

Midwich buys 300 mugs to reduce impact on environment


EXCLUSIVE: Wombles animator Barry Leith launches a new project

EXCLUSIVE: Wombles animator Barry Leith launches a new project

EXCLUSIVE: Wombles animator Barry Leith launches a new project

And it's all just a little bit surreal. Part one of a three-part series in which we talk to the man who helped bring the Wombles to life


Appeal to build 30 homes in Redgrave dismissed

Appeal to build 30 homes in Redgrave dismissed

Appeal to build 30 homes in Redgrave dismissed

The planning application was first rejected in March this year


Diss town council issues appeal to stop littering

Diss town council issues appeal to stop littering

Diss town council issues appeal to stop littering

Reoccurring problem described as "frustrating"


Homeless man - attacked on Saturday - had been allowed to camp in the park

Homeless man - attacked on Saturday - had been allowed to camp in the park

Homeless man - attacked on Saturday - had been allowed to camp in the park

Landowners, Diss Town Council, did not feel he should be moved on


Objections lodged over plan for 94 new homes in Diss

Objections lodged over plan for 94 new homes in Diss

Objections lodged over plan for 94 new homes in Diss

Residents and councillors fear local infrastructure would not cope


Two new people join town council

Two new people join town council

Two new people join town council

This brings council membership to 11


Farmers’ club is top of the crops again

Farmers’ club is top of the crops again

Farmers’ club is top of the crops again

Countrysiders win award for third year running


Diss Express joins falcon plan to clear pigeons

Diss Express joins falcon plan to clear pigeons

Diss Express joins falcon plan to clear pigeons

More than 25 businesses are already on board


Maple tree roots lift town paving

Maple tree roots lift town paving

Maple tree roots lift town paving

Diss could lose one of its town centre trees- but gain another


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