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Win a book with limerick about area

Win a book with limerick about area

Win a book with limerick about area

Comic is asking readers to show off their wit and poetry skills.


MEMORY LANE: Early days of Diss Rugby Club

MEMORY LANE: Early days of Diss Rugby Club

MEMORY LANE: Early days of Diss Rugby Club

Bright, white shorts ... that’ll be Malcolm.


Decorated van sends important message to drivers

Decorated van sends important message to drivers

Decorated van sends important message to drivers

The vehicle has been parked in Banham Road for some weeks.


Paul’s shave in memory of Maurice

Paul’s shave in memory of Maurice

Paul’s shave in memory of Maurice

Paul Nelson is shaving off his beard and hair to raise money for charity.


Proud moment for parishioners as village sign is unveiled

Proud moment for parishioners as village sign is unveiled

Proud moment for parishioners as village sign is unveiled

Hoxne has unveiled its first village sign on Wednesday, November 20.


Former Diss Express reporter inspires book character

Former Diss Express reporter inspires book character

Former Diss Express reporter inspires book character

The novel A Winter Hope was published by Zaffre earlier this month.


Radio station reaches two years on air

Radio station reaches two years on air

Radio station reaches two years on air

The station now aims to reach even more communities in south Norfolk and mid Suffolk.


Pop star has bid for prayer retreat approved

Pop star has bid for prayer retreat approved

Pop star has bid for prayer retreat approved

The planning application was granted by East Suffolk Council.


Stradbroke mum sees diabetes go into remission, thanks to losing five stone

Stradbroke mum sees diabetes go into remission, thanks to losing five stone

Stradbroke mum sees diabetes go into remission, thanks to losing five stone

Gemma Murton entered Slimming World at 17 stone, but is now a healthier 12 stone.


Teenager, believed to be world's youngest town crier, given guild recognition

Teenager, believed to be world's youngest town crier, given guild recognition

Teenager, believed to be world's youngest town crier, given guild recognition

Harry Turburville, 13, has represented the town at many events.


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