Police are appealing for information to trace a vulnerable missing girl who went missing in Norfolk.
He has sold over 150 million records worldwide but now Suffolk superstar Ed Sheeran has also provided the inspiration for one of the life-size decorated sheep on an art trail.
Another of the most historic buildings in Diss, the Grade II listed Tudor House, is looking for a new owner after being put up for sale.
The world's leading expert in a self-defence martial art passed on his knowledge when he visited Long Stratton.
Once a vital link but now almost obsolete more phone boxes have been earmarked for removal from towns and villages in Norfolk.
Motorists are facing disruption as pavement repairs are set to see temporary traffic lights installed on one of the main roads in Harleston.
Planners have recommended turning the former workshop of a Diss builder who specialised in the maintenance of listed buildings into three new houses be given the go-ahead.
Shock has been expressed after the death of a woman involved in a collision with a postal lorry in the centre of Diss.
Investigations are underway into a serious accident involving a pedestrian and a lorry in the centre of Diss.
Thousands of households in rural villages around Diss and Thetford have been earmarked for ultrafast broadband that would see connection speeds race from among the slowest to some of the fastest in the UK.
A public consultation has opened on proposals to build on Parish Fields in Diss amid a campaign by a group opposed to development.
Following the success of its recent summer tours of As You Like It and Twelfth Night, acclaimed East Anglian theatre company RoughCast return to Shakespeare for its 2019 production.
Buckets and spades at the ready as families are set to enjoy all the fun of the beach at a new event in Diss Park.
A sheltered housing resident in Botesdale has donated flowers to brighten up a communal patio area as a thank you to staff and neighbours.
A South Norfolk fitness trainer and three of his clients overcame mishaps and obstacles to complete the Three Peaks challenge.
Phill Jupitus was among the bargain hunters as a TV antiques programme made a second visit to a Norfolk town this year.
Plans have been unveiled for retirement homes on the site of a former social club in Harleston that was the subject of bid to turn it into a community church.
Families are being given the chance to have their say on plans for a major revamp of the play area in Diss Park.
Three ducklings were rescued from being washed down the drains and were reunited with their mother after neighbours were spurred into action.
Problem with signals between Diss and Norwich has seen trains cancelled or delayed.
A life-like sheep sculpture that has become a popular character at the heart of a Norfolk village has become the victim of cheeky rustlers.
A landmark former merchant house and pub that is one of the most iconic buildings in Diss has been sold prior to coming up at auction.
A showcase of works by two important British artists is bringing a splash of colour to Diss over the summer.
Norfolk is hosting a weekend of centenary celebrations of one of the great feats of aviation, the first double airborne crossing of the Atlantic.
Every shade of pink and every possible way of displaying it was on show as more than 100 vintages tractors took to the roads of South Norfolk to raise money for breast cancer research.
It could have been called Spike, Harry, Bob Fluffy or Spiderella, but in the end families at special creepy crawly event to name a new gaint spider in Diss gave him two.
Plans to increase the size of a mushroom farm in a Norfolk village have been met with opposition over fears it will increase traffic and noise.
From the Rovers Return to the Queen Vic, the pub has long been a scene for dramas on screen, and a play coming to Diss features life on both sides of the bar.
A man has been stopped from camping in a tent in grounds of retirement bungalows following court action by a housing trust.
A man arrested in possession of electronic equipment is suspected of having carried out a late-night 'creeper burglary'.
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