Mark Reed’s sculpture puts the spotlight on the importance of water through the ages; from the time of dinosaurs right through to the modern day.
Frustrated villagers have stepped up their campaign to resist the development of Deal Farm Biogas
Residents packed into a village hall this week to oppose the completion of a nearby biogas plant.
Residents were almost brought to tears yesterday after discovering root killer plugs had been drilled into the base of a 25-year-old willow tree.
Diss Railway Station has seen 72 new cycle racks installed in an effort to encourage passengers to leave their cars at home.
More than 100 people came to celebrate the belated 10-year anniversary of Quaker Wood last weekend.
The remains of a previously unknown medieval wooden bridge have been discovered, with experts believing they could date back to as far as 1200 AD.
The new group is looking to tackle litter around town during monthly meet ups.
The village will hit the small screen next week when a popular visitor attraction is the subject of a full-length television programme.
The Environment Agency rushed to the River Waveney with equipment to urgently re-oxygenate the water.
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”.