A primary school that was on the brink of closure less than two years ago has been lauded for its quality of teaching in a recent Ofsted inspection.
A road has been closed between two towns following a crash.
Despite strong winds and freezing rain, hundreds gathered in the centre of Diss on Saturday to celebrate the town’s annual Christmas lights switch-on
Rosemary Steer’s ‘Book of Remembrance’ details the lives of the soldiers listed on a nearby war memorial
Police are appealing for witnesses after a Ford KA collided with a tree over the weekend
The new owners of one of Diss’ best-known restaurants told diners to expect "the same quality they have always known” after a sell-out opening weekend
Rona Reeder has spent that past year building elf houses out of bark, tree roots and other bits of woodland that have been donated to her by villagers
Officers are keen to speak to anyone with information after sheets of zinc were ripped from the roof of the Church
Fire crews are currently attending a blaze at a Suffolk barn.
Elizabeth Stickland's poem about overcoming hatred impressed judges from Hollywood director Steven Spielberg’s USC Shoah Foundation
Final approval has been granted for 69 homes in Suffolk deferred in the summer over design concerns.
Michael Bartlett has released two books, based around loneliness and the day-to-day experiences of village life
A decision on plans for 49 self-build homes in a town has been pushed back so that divisive road changes can be viewed by councillors.
Donna Corbyn’s ‘Drama Tots’ have inspired youngsters from across the Diss Express area to explore their love of stage and the arts
Three cats that were shot with a suspected air weapon in Eye have prompted a police appeal.
Almost 100 people paid a visit to Brome and Oakley Village Hall earlier this month to celebrate half-a-century since its establishment