A Norfolk charity has received more than £1,000 from collections made by supermarkets and centres across the county last month.
Work costing £32,000 to re-surface a busy South Norfolk carriageway could cause delays for commuters.
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Here’s a look at some of the things you’ll only know if you live in Diss or grew up in the town...
A controversial bid to build four small shops, a car wash and tyre change service at the expense of 75 town centre parking spaces has been rejected after vehement opposition.
A controversial plan for retail units to be built in the car park of a town centre supermarket could get the go ahead tomorrow.
Till receipts could become a thing of the past for most shoppers at East of England Co-op stores as the society tries to battle against paper waste.
Although they may not be allowed in the store some furry friends have been busy raising money in a South Norfolk supermarket.
Townsfolk are being urged not to put their cooking fats and oil down the drain this Christmas to reduce the number of blockages.
Runners dressed from head-to-toe in purple took part in a 30-mile challenge dedicated to the memory of a tragic mum-to-be who died from epilepsy.
It was buy one get one free for police in Diss tonight, after seizing two motorcycles.
The people who make Norfolk’s NHS function have opened their hearts about the “constant battle” they face to keep services afloat.
Three drivers were booked for driving through the pedestrianised town centre in Diss.
A community radio station is a step closer to taking to the airwaves after it was donated a 25-metre transmission mast.
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