Youngsters have been asked to have their say on how almost £100,000 will be spent on improving recreation facilities in Diss.
An inquest date has been set for 17-year-old Shannon Gittings who died after her car crashed into a tree.
An educational foundation is offering Diss pupils grants to help make their career dreams become a reality.
A health and fitness club in Diss is due to unveil the first stage in an ambitious 20-year plan next week.
Pupils at Diss High School have pioneered a project to raise awareness of dementia through a series of morning assemblies that could be copied by schools across South Norfolk.
The team behind a town carnival have today revealed a pun-laden theme for next year's event.
The former headteacher of a teenager who died in a road crash has told how she was 'a lovely, popular girl'.
The parents of Shannon Gittings, the 17-year-old who died after her car crashed into a tree, have paid tribute to their 'little angel'.
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