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Founder of funeral service celebrates 20 years of business

Founder of funeral service celebrates 20 years of business

Founder of funeral service celebrates 20 years of business

A highly respected funeral director is celebrating 20 years of compassionate service to the community.


Village primary school takes on three-day STEM challenges

Village primary school takes on three-day STEM challenges

Village primary school takes on three-day STEM challenges

Pupils from Occold Primary School have been learning the basics behind coding websites, creating apps and how the digestive system works.


AI technology offers families a glimpse of Norfolk’s real Masters of the Air

AI technology offers families a glimpse of Norfolk’s real Masters of the Air

AI technology offers families a glimpse of Norfolk’s real Masters of the Air

Artificial intelligence is set to make it easier for people to discover the experiences of their ancestors in Norfolk during the Second World War


Husband of touting firm boss believed there was ‘nothing untoward’ about company

Husband of touting firm boss believed there was ‘nothing untoward’ about company

Husband of touting firm boss believed there was ‘nothing untoward’ about company

The husband of a “dishonest” touting firm boss has told a court he believed there was “nothing untoward” about her business.


Multi-award winning flower business taken over after nearly eight months on the market

Multi-award winning flower business taken over after nearly eight months on the market

Multi-award winning flower business taken over after nearly eight months on the market

A multi-award winning flower business and garden centre has been purchased after nearly eight months on the market.


Lights, Camera, Action!: Norfolk Film Office pilot is launched

Lights, Camera, Action!: Norfolk Film Office pilot is launched

Lights, Camera, Action!: Norfolk Film Office pilot is launched

Norfolk Screen has been awarded a two-year contract to become the official film office for the county.


High school uses TV shows for inspiration to raise £2,500 for EACH

High school uses TV shows for inspiration to raise £2,500 for EACH

High school uses TV shows for inspiration to raise £2,500 for EACH

Staff members were put through a series of weird and wonderful challenges as Diss High School raised £2,500 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.


Harleston Library celebrates 60 years of loaning page-turners

Harleston Library celebrates 60 years of loaning page-turners

Harleston Library celebrates 60 years of loaning page-turners

Book lovers were in their element in Harleston on Wednesday as the town’s library celebrated its 60th anniversary.


Motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle collision

Motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle collision

Motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle collision

A motorcyclist has died following a serious road traffic collision in Hoxne.


Town charging hub developer gives update on plans for site

Town charging hub developer gives update on plans for site

Town charging hub developer gives update on plans for site

The developer hoping to bring a £2 million electric vehicle charging hub to Diss gives an update on the situation.


Corn Hall exhibition honours Metfield-based artist

Corn Hall exhibition honours Metfield-based artist

Corn Hall exhibition honours Metfield-based artist

Diss Corn Hall welcomed visitors to its upper gallery this week to appreciate the work of a Metfield artist.


After a 51-year association, we bid farewell to Mere Quacks

After a 51-year association, we bid farewell to Mere Quacks

After a 51-year association, we bid farewell to Mere Quacks

The creator and artist of the highly-popular Mere Quacks, which has been part of the Diss Express for more than 50 years, has drawn his last.


Charlie the Shetland pony back to full health after trauma

Charlie the Shetland pony back to full health after trauma

Charlie the Shetland pony back to full health after trauma

A 26-year-old miniature pony, who was so thin that you could see his spine, ribs and hips, is doing well in the care of a horse sanctuary.


Police appeal after cyclist dies in town collision

Police appeal after cyclist dies in town collision

Police appeal after cyclist dies in town collision

Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal collision involving a cyclist in Diss.


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