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Police launch week-long crackdown on speeding drivers

Police launch week-long crackdown on speeding drivers

Police launch week-long crackdown on speeding drivers

"Kill your speed rather than yourself or someone else,” says Norfolk's police and crime commissioner.


Express campaign welcomed by leading business and political figures

Express campaign welcomed by leading business and political figures

Express campaign welcomed by leading business and political figures

A Fair Deal for Diss is as an opportunity to unite over local priorities.


Time to invest in Diss

Time to invest in Diss

Time to invest in Diss

Lack of investment can lead to a downward spiral resulting in a fall in the quality of life


A Fair Deal for Diss

A Fair Deal for Diss

A Fair Deal for Diss

Diss Express launches new campaign


School transport cuts call in successful

School transport cuts call in successful

School transport cuts call in successful

The plans will now be put on hold and reviewed by the Scrutiny Committee on July 9.


Outrage after school transport cuts are approved

Outrage after school transport cuts are approved

Outrage after school transport cuts are approved

The council voted in favour of school transport cuts, which will be phased in from September 2019.


Council's decision on transport cuts faces challenge

Council's decision on transport cuts faces challenge

Council's decision on transport cuts faces challenge

The council's decision will now be reviewed by the monitoring officer


Greater Anglia services to get back on track

Greater Anglia services to get back on track

Greater Anglia services to get back on track

Regular service on the Great Eastern Main Line is expected to resume on Monday.


Council plans to 'phase in' school transport cuts

Council plans to 'phase in' school transport cuts

Council plans to 'phase in' school transport cuts

Suffolk County Council has recommended that school transport cuts be rolled out over a phased period from September 2019, despite strong opposition.


Traffic congestion sparks heated debate at business summit

Traffic congestion sparks heated debate at business summit

Traffic congestion sparks heated debate at business summit

Nineteen businesses from Diss and the surrounding area took part in a summit to exchange ideas for the future of the area.


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