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Three arrested over convenience store burglaries in Suffolk

Three people have been arrested following burglaries at two convenience shops in Suffolk.

PC Heather Field, PC Andy Barkway, Police Inspector Jason Selvarajah, PC Andy Baker and PC Simon Redhead'''PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Latest crime figures revealed for Diss Express area

The policing inspector for South Norfolk says his team are taking positive action to tackle anti-social issues in the area.

Paul Moore

Tributes paid to Paul Moore

Family and friends have paid tribute Paul Moore whose body was found washed up on a shoreline.

Gislingham, Suffolk. James Copping has set up a student support system for GCSE students called Study Bud, to help students cope with the pressures of school.''Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Former Hartismere student sets up new peer support system

A 21-year-old from Gislingham is helping school pupils tackle the stress of GCSEs at his old high school.

Police news

Safe stolen from Borough of Eye Bowls Club

Police are appealing for witnesses after a safe was stolen from a bowls club in Brome Avenue, Eye.

Police news

Police appeal for information after Garboldisham burglary

Police are appealing for information after a burglary in Garboldisham.

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)

Diss, Norfolk. Deborah Vass is to have her artwork displayed at the Royal Society of Artist's Exhibition in London.''Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Diss artwork set to be showcased in London

After returning to her passion after a gap of 18 years, a Diss artist is to have her work displayed in a top London gallery.

Ann Ward

Centenarian urges town to enjoy Diss history

For more pictures from the museum opening, see this week’s Diss Express (out now)

Sixth formers with Tim Jenkins of East Anglia's Children's Hospices and Natalie Spurdens and Claire Keron from Home-Start.

Diss High School pupils set fundraising record

Sixth formers are celebrating a record-breaking week at Diss High School.

Diss, Norfolk. Stephen Fenby MD of Midwich

Diss headquarters drives Midwich’s £101 million revenue growth

One of Diss’ largest employers is celebrating after seeing its revenue grow by more than £100 million in the last year.

Waveney Words talking newspaper volunteers Ollie Allen and Brian Dent standing, and from left  Riana Halil, June Adams and Clive Sinfield

Hear is the news – Diss’s talking newspaper spreads the word

Once a fortnight, a small plastic wallet drops through the letter boxes of dozens of blind and partially-sighted people in the Diss area .

Diss scenes. Victoria Road, A1066

Seven weeks of resurfacing work set for Diss - costing £85k

Seven weeks of pavement resurfacing will take place in Diss – costing £85,000.

Diss, Norfolk. Peter Gillings of Gillings of Diss.   Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Honoured Citizen of Diss talks about his battle with cancer

You can read the first instalment of Peter Gillings’ life story - In His Own Words - exclusively in the Diss Express (out March 16)

Police news.

Police appeal for information after North Lopham burglary

Police are appealing for information after a burglary in North Lopham this week.

Bunny Run - Culford pupils launch the event

Sign up for the Bunny Run - and help to raise funds for GeeWizz charity

The first charity Bunny Run in Suffolk will raise funds for the GeeWizz charity and will be great fun for all the family this Easter.
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.

Police news.

Police launch week-long campaign to get drivers to belt-up

Police in Norfolk and Suffolk will be targeting drivers and passengers who don’t belt-up during a week-long enforcement campaign.

Mandy Hartley started her own business, a DNA workshop for children, and has now won a national award  Pictured; Mandy Harley with husband Jonathan, Harry (6), Annabelle (9) and Milly the dog

Storybook success for New Buckenham author at national awards

A scientist turned author from New Buckenham has scooped a top prize at the 2018 National mumandworking awards in London.

Brady Sharman, 16, fell of his motorbike a few days ago due to avoiding a pothole. The pothole has been the cause of several recent accidents.   Pictured: Brady Sharman with sister Molly, Local resident Ann Lewitt, Mum Joanne Sharman and local resident Darren Lewitt    PICTURE: Mecha Morton

Concern grows over pothole problem in Thelnetham

Concern is growing over a dangerous pothole in Thelnetham left in disrepair for more than 18 months.

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