A community radio station is a step closer to taking to the airwaves after it was donated a 25-metre transmission mast.
UKIP has confirmed it will not be entering a candidate for the South Norfolk constituency in next month’s general election.
The normally quiet streets of a small Norfolk town are about to be transformed by the visit of one of the UK’s largest musical celebrations of its type.
Homeowners are being urged to be vigilant after a spate of burglaries near to Diss.
It is a project that has been a decade in the making - but after much hard work and a £1.8m investment, the historic Diss Corn Hall has arrived in the 21st century.
A public meeting is to be held to discuss the future of Diss’ Post Office.
Historic vehicles took to the roads of South Norfolk for a popular annual steam rally.
A woman in her 70s has died following a road crash which happened on London Road, Wymondham in March.
It may not boast the giants of the aviation world but, as many conventional air shows cease to run, one model air show is soaring to new heights.
A host of weird and wonderful items can be found at the TW Gaze auction rooms and sale meadow at Diss. Here are just a few picks from the sale meadow.
Cycling fans are in for a treat as one of the sport’s biggest events returns to Suffolk in September.
A model is looking good in this year’s Miss Europe beauty pageant as she heads to the contest’s finals.
Police are urging people to be vigilant after a spate of burglaries in the Roydon area over the last two weeks.
When she last had a haircut 25 years ago, mobile phones were a rarity and the internet was in it’s infancy.
Police have appealed for help after two homes in a south Norfolk village were burgled after doors were left unlocked.
What is the Diss Heritage Triangle?
In an age of social media, email and the internet, letters may be becoming a thing of the past but 100 years ago they were one of the only universal means of long distance communication.
An independent, family-run business has been forced to close one of its stores, saying it has been priced out of the market by national retailers.
With over 180 years of history behind it Francis Cupiss Ltd harks back to a bygone era, but the letterpress business is keeping up with modern trends and continues to flourish.
To outsiders, it seems like an affulent area where most people live comfortably in what is often rated as one of the best places to live in the country.
Shappi Khorsandi is celebrating the 40th anniversary of her arrival in Britain - and as part of her celebrations, she’s coming to Norfolk.
A theatre group is bringing its brand new production to South Norfolk as part of the Diss Corn Hall On Tour series.
The spring sunshine has encouraged some very cute and extremely charismatic residents at Banham Zoo to make their first appearances of the year.
A village hall will launch its new events programme with a talk on the infamous highway man Dick Turpin.
A casualty who was trapped in a vehicle after a collision was freed by fire crews and airlifted to hospital.
A 10-year battle to keep a South Norfolk town’s car parks free could be resolved by grassroots volunteers taking over the responsibility for running them.
It was all looking very James Bond-esque at Archbishop Sancroft High School in Harleston when pupils got a behind the scenes look at the science, technology, maths and engineering used by the armed forces.
Teachers and pupils alike had a great time celebrating Red Nose Day at Old Buckenham High School.
A village hall has held a grand re-opening following a substantial extension and refurbishment after receiving a grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
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