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There’s a surprising new arrival in the new Sea Lion Bay at Banham Zoo.

Two clouded leopards, ring-tailed lemurs and even a zebra. These are just some of the exotic animals being kept privately across Norfolk.

Broadland District Council

An appeal has been launched after a man approached two young children in a parked car.

It’s Bring Your Dog to Work Day on Friday 22 June. Let us know if you’re taking part!

Eastern Daily Press

If you are unsure about the amount of medication you’re taking, tell someone – that’s the message local people and carers are being urged to adopt during Learning Disability Week this week as part of a national campaign to stop the over medication of people with a learning disability.

NHS

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) is poised to decide whether to press forward with a possible takeover of the management of the county’s fire and rescue service.

Lorne Green

An update on a controversial public toilet block, on-street parking and an on going housing development are just some of the issues on the agenda at the next Diss Town Council meeting.

Trevor Wenman

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Diss Sport

Friday, June 15, 2018
Norwich

Diss Golf Club’s James Biggs has won the Suffolk Amateur Championship for the second year running.

Diss slipped to their first defeat of the season against an in-form Stow side, in a game of missed chances.

Chris Cooper

The FA has revealed the provisional make-up of the Eastern Counties Leagues.

Sudbury

Harleston Magpies’ youth section has had an exceptional year, with every age group having something to be proud of.

Rose Winter

Diss Events

A creative writing masterclass and readings from the memoir of an author brought up in a cult are a couple of events on offer at a free of charge literature festival.

Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.

University of East Anglia

While most of us are turning our attention to the beach, barbecues and lazy summer days, some are already giving thought to Christmas.

The headline acts of a South Norfolk town’s new festival have been announced.

Rotary Club

A woman from Diss will be playing Latitude’s Inbetweeners Stage on Saturday July 14.

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