The end of March will mark the completion of a £3m five-year town project.
A collapsed bridge has resulted in emergency roadworks for two weeks.
Youngsters have been asked to have their say on how almost £100,000 will be spent on improving recreation facilities in Diss.
Households south of the county border will see their council tax bills increase after Mid Suffolk Council agreed a two per cent rise from April, equivalent to £3.26 for a Band D property.
The leadership of a town council has changed hands for the second time in months.
New, more ‘realistic’ goals are to be drawn up for a district’s future this week.
A town council website has been down for several days.
Fears that the ‘slab’ of planned modern apartments overlooking Diss Mere will tower over an award-winning community garden have seen the town council and a heritage watchdog object.
A petition launched by shopkeepers fed up of town centre parking woes has gained hundreds of signatures.
Hawks could soon become a familiar sight on a town centre street, as councillors search for a way to reduce hazardous pigeon droppings.
A major pub chain has been knocked back in its latest attempt to develop land around one of its Norfolk locations.
A “rat run” town centre street could be pedestrianised following safety concerns about law-breaking drivers.
Revived plans for storage and workman’s toilets at Diss cemetery that had drawn opposition from neighbouring residents have been withdrawn for a second time.
The organiser who has pulled the plug on a summer music festival planned for a Norfolk town said the event could return in 2020 if issues over the hiring of a park could be settled.
Concerns that a new pedestrian crossing on the busiest road in Diss is too dark are set to be investigated by highways engineers just two months after it was installed.
Wetherspoons has revealed how the small size of its new pub means that a planned extension to the floating boardwalk on Diss Mere is vital to the project.
Concerns over the future of a historic green space saw dozens of people pack into a meeting to voice their opposition to controversial proposals to build retirement bungalows.
Households in Diss will have to fork out more for their council tax this year after the town council agreed to increase its share of the bill after taking over responsibility for street lights and public toilets.
Fresh proposals to develop an “important local open space” into retirement bungalows will be discussed at a public meeting.
A glimpse of planned modern apartments that will give occupants a bird’s-eye over Diss Mere has been revealed in new images of the proposed development.
Diss is set to be seeking a new mayor as well as resolving the issue of the role council leader.
Councillor Keith Kiddie has said that while some children’s centres are wasting money on building upkeep, the custom built Diss Children’s Centre deserves to be saved from potential cuts.
Occupants of new modern apartments would get a bird’s-eye view over Diss Mere if plans to develop a plot of overgrown land sloping to the water’s edge are approved.
A proposed hotel and retail units site is again being opposed by a town council due to its potential to harm to nearby businesses.
Work on a new branch of Wetherspoons is finally due to start around March time, Diss Town Council have said.
The organiser of a popular music festival appealed to his local council for more support, claiming it’s success was being hampered by a lack of support.
The leader of Diss Town Council has stepped down with immediate effect.
A national pub chain that wants to build a 27-bedroom hotel and retail units in Diss has launched a fresh consultation in a bid to allay concerns over its impact on the town.
Diss Market Place is once again subject to road closures caused by vital electrical work.
The organiser of a town music festival has pledged to learn from this year’s mistakes.
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