The Diss Arts festival has announced its line-up which plans to showcase local and national talent in the heart of the town.
Photographs of the Queen and Royal Family in the 1930s found in a Norfolk home failed to be auctioned off in Diss yesterday.
They are essential in making market towns in south Norfolk a pleasant and worthwhile experience for visitors and residents eager to spend their money.
Norfolk Police are appealing for information following a burglary in Harleston.
Thieves have stolen the registration plates of a car in East Harling.
A man who died after crashing into a tree, was nearly three times over the drink-drive limit, an inquest has heard.
Plans for a controversial wind farm in south Norfolk have been dropped much to the delight of campaigners.
Norfolk Police has seen more than 30 of the force’s cars written off in the last five years - including one in a head-on collision with a bus.
Motorists in Norfolk and Suffolk have been warned to be aware of a potential roadside scam involving men claiming to have broken down.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following an incident in Elmswell, near Bury St Edmunds this morning.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a spate of burglaries at Carphone Warehouse branches in the region.
A north Suffolk health site is set to offer residents of Diss and the surrounding area a range of community health services,
As a haemophiliac, Steve Sillett relied on NHS blood to survive.
A major council investment of more than £4m will be poured into south Norfolk leisure centres in a bid to transform them into community hubs.
Patients have waited for more than four hours for hospital transport following the awarding of a health contract to a private provider.
The opening of a new café in Diss has propelled the town forward as a dementia-friendly community.
Most academy groups provide services to their schools, such a finance, legal and school improvement, usually funded by ‘top slicing’ part of each school’s government grant.
Eleven schools across our region could be at risk of government intervention after falling below a key target in the latest GCSE league tables.
It is a tradition more associated with American schools, but now Norfolk schools are catching prom fever.
A headteacher of a primary school in Long Stratton has spoken of her disappointment after an Ofsted inspection said the school “requires improvement” – and has demanded a re-inspection.
Three top family regional attractions have launched a recruitment drive for hundreds of seasonal posts.
The Co-Operative store in Diss is set to close within weeks, leaving the site empty for at least six months until a new Aldi store moves in.
A man has died after the pick-up truck he was driving crashed into two lorries on the A149 near Catfield.
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