Search

Latest Diss News

13:51

A woman driving home last night hit a telegraph pole which came down on the road and was hit by another vehicle.

A woman who lost her son to suicide has been raising money for an outdoor therapy group that supports young people with mental health issues.

A man from Redlingfield is to walk 30 miles along the Suffolk Coastal Path, from Lowestoft to Aldeburgh, to raise money for charity.

A man who lost his parents when he was a teenager has set up a unique outdoor therapeutic service for children and young people.

They are the pieces of equipment located around our towns and villages that are able to save someone’s life should they go into cardiac arrest.

United Kingdom

One of East Anglians most celebrated painters and sculptors will be displaying her work at The Corn Hall in Diss.

Budding firefighters will have the chance to go behind the scenes at an open day hosted by Wymondham Fire Station.

Crime

Tue, 16:22
Norwich

A brick was thrown through the window of a train on the Norwich to London line as it left Diss station this morning.

This is the moment when a driver almost caused a horrific pile up with two police cars.

Harleston

People living in part of Norfolk can have their say on rural crimes including hare coursing at a special meeting tomorrow.

Norfolk Police Chief Constable Simon Bailey has admitted police may need to work with so-called paedophile hunters despite claims the groups are putting children’s lives at risk.

Armed officers will be deployed across Norfolk over the coming days as the UK terror threat is raised to its highest level.

Norfolk Police

Health

12:10
United Kingdom

They are the pieces of equipment located around our towns and villages that are able to save someone’s life should they go into cardiac arrest.

The region’s ambulance service has more than doubled its spend on private ambulances in just one year, new figures reveal.

A carers’ organisation has suggested family carers in Norfolk need to keep up-to-date with technology to make caring easier.

Norfolk County Council

The region’s mental health trust has topped the list for the number of referrals to treat children and young people it turns away.

NHS

Social care experts in Norfolk have warned of the additional challenges faced by family carers as the weather gets colder and the days get shorter.

Most Read This Week

Education

12:38

Budding firefighters will have the chance to go behind the scenes at an open day hosted by Wymondham Fire Station.

Academy chains which run schools in Norfolk and Waveney were given more than £1.5m last year to grow and improve performance.

Department for Education

A new website ranking schools on working conditions for their employees has been set up in a bid to better inform teachers.

Thousands of students in Norfolk and Waveney will today know more about their next steps as they receive their GCSE results.

Tomorrow, thousands of teenagers will open their GCSE results after months of revision. Lauren Cope looks at what we should be watching out for as results come in.

Business

Thursday, September 14, 2017
Breckland Council

A biomass energy plant which has brought permanent jobs and millions of pounds to the local economy has been officially opened.

A ceremony will be held today to officially open the Snetterton Renewable Energy Plant.

Breckland Council

Growing veterinary group CVS has snapped up another chain of practices in the south-west.

Top 100

An audio visual distributor has seen double digit growth as it increased turnover off the back of acquisitions.

Top 100

A Diss-based audio visual equipment distributor has continued on the acquisitions trail after taking a majority stake in a Dutch firm.

Top 100

Most Read

13:51

A woman driving home last night hit a telegraph pole which came down on the road and was hit by another vehicle.

Read more
Mon, 14:50

Staff from a bookies saved the life of a pensioner punter from Norfolk who collapsed in a diabetic coma and was alone at home for four days.

Read more
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Yesterday, 07:52

A market town could lose its largest employer if a plan is not put in place to deal with traffic congestion staff face on a daily basis, it has been warned.

Read more
South Norfolk Council
11:30

One of East Anglians most celebrated painters and sculptors will be displaying her work at The Corn Hall in Diss.

Read more
Thursday, September 14, 2017

A biomass energy plant which has brought permanent jobs and millions of pounds to the local economy has been officially opened.

Read more
Breckland Council

Local Weather

Sunny

Sunny

max temp: 17°C

min temp: 13°C

Show Job Lists

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Diss Mercury e-edition today E-edition

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter