A town’s cemetery, boardwalk and gardens have been closed to maintain social distancing in keeping with coronavirus guidelines.
One of Norfolk’s oldest auction houses has cancelled auctions for the first time in more than 150 years due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Two of the region’s main zoos are appealing for help to feed their animals and pay staff after their income dried up because of coronavirus.
A student is hoping to bring issues affecting young people to the forefront as she stands for parliament.
A popular carnival and funday has been called off due to uncertainty over the coronovirus outbreak.
A town council has said it is still open to enquires but face-to-face meetings will be cancelled.
Communities are coming together to help those in need during the coronavirus outbreak.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to following an early hours burglary.
A coffee shop has re-opened in a town’s high street following a £96,000 refurbishment.
The tick tock of a familar clock has returned to a village pub which was saved by a community group.
A man has been jailed for eight weeks after being caught red-handed by police attempting to force open a safe at a coffee shop.
A stalwart of a renowned Norfolk plant nursery business and respected horticulturist who has a variety of flower named after him has died.
Wetherspoons is set to be granted a licence for its newest Norfolk pub after no-one lodged an objection.
A main post office is to be closed until next week after storm damage left the roof unstable.
An inquest is due to take place into the death of a man who was discovered in a Norfolk church yard.
The risk to customers of being hit by falling roof tiles following the Storm Ciara has seen the closure of a post office.
Measures to ease congestion at the town’s busiest junctions, pedestrian crossings and a major expansion of cycle paths are included in a new transport strategy for Diss.
A dental practice in a town with no places for new NHS patients is seeking to expand its facilities in a bid to address growing demand.
A woman in her 80s was almost conned out of thousands of pounds by a telephone scammer pretending to be a police officer.
Efforts to rid a housing estate of its flock of feral chickens has prompted national headlines including being featured on This Morning.
Work to repair drains that will see motorists facing disruption and temporary traffic lights along the busiest road in Diss has been delayed.
A local historian who has spent decades amassing a collection of Diss memorabilia has raised £2,520 for the Big C with his latest nostalgic calendar.
An Indian restaurant that suffered a cockroach infestation that posed a risk to public health has closed with its owner seeking new investors in a bid to completely revamp the dilapidated building.
A man has been jailed for using covert cameras to film women and young children getting changed at a leisure centre.
A rare first edition of the first vampire story published in English, 80 years before Dracula, has been sold at a Norfolk auction for £3,800.
Animal lovers have been warned they face being fined if they continue to feed a flock of feral chickens that live on a housing estate.
Motorists are face weekend delays travelling along the busiest road in Diss with temporary traffic lights for roadworks.
A brewery has applied to create an open air theatre following the success of its annual beer and Shakespeare festival.
Two men arrested after the theft of a large quantity of cash from a pensioner have spoken of their shock at being linked to the crime.
Shoppers have reacted with sadness to department store chain Beales going into administration putting the future of its Diss store at risk of permanent closure.
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