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Diss archaeology dig to shed light on townspeople ‘not in the history books’

What could everyday rubbish buried under the ground in Diss tell us about the history of the town and the residents who once lived in it?

COLUMN: Older, and grumpier - ‘Can we see through each party’s election promises?’

I am really excited about the pending General Election. I’m sure all of you are too.

Tributes paid to Harleston’s Spencer Foulger

Tributes have been paid to a Harleston community champion who raised thousands of pounds for charity over the years.

More than £5,000 raised ahead of Shop ‘Til We Drop charity cycle challenge from Land’s End to Diss

A charity challenge which will see eight friends cycle on ladies shopper bikes from Land’s End to Diss in March has so far seen more than £5,000 in donations.

Obituary: Mark Timothy Wilby

A large crowd attended a thanksgiving service at Eye Community Centre for Mark Timothy Wilby, son of Owen and Veronica Wilby of Eye, who died suddenly at his home, Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA on January 17.

Katie’s a cut above with charity trim

A seven-year-old girl from Diss has had her flowing locks trimmed for charity.

‘Bring your rubber gloves’ the plea to Eye residents ahead of Spring clean

Bring your rubber gloves and a bucket is the plea to Eye residents ahead of this year’s spring clean.

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Trust placed into special measures

The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has been placed into special measures in what the trust is calling the “next step on the road to recovery.”

CLASS OF THE WEEK: Alburgh with Denton CE VC Primary School

The 16 children of the Acorns class are set to be kings and queens for the day at an upcoming trip to Norwich Castle.

Kenninghall parish council wary of village developing too quickly

Kenninghall Parish Council says the village must be careful not to grow faster than it can handle as it looks to create a development road map for the area.

Reunion now charity match in Stephanie’s memory

A north Suffolk school reunion has transformed into a charity football match which will raise money in memory of former student’s mother later this month.


Harley is a very handsome grey and white lad. He is about four years old and was found on someone’s doorstep looking very thin and obviously starving.

Eye Town Council issues plea for candidates in this year’s local elections

Eye Town Council is encouraging residents to stand for election as local councillors later this year.

Can you help homeless dog Harley?

Great Dane Harley is possibly a contender for being the most overlooked dog in Norfolk.

Planning approval for Diss nail salon

A new nail salon and bar is set to come to Diss some time in the future, after gaining planning permission with conditions from South Norfolk Council.

Marie Curie calls for new volunteers

An urgent plea for volunteers in the Diss Express area to help collect donations for Marie Curie Cancer Care has been issued ahead of the beginning of the charity’s major annual appeal.

Council tax freezes as South Norfolk Council commits to major investments

South Norfolk Council’s portion of the council tax bill will be frozen for the seventh time in eight years, as the council commits to investing more in commercial developments, market towns, broadband and public infrastructure.

Jobseeker says Diss Jobcentre must give more support to unemployed over-50s

Not enough is being done by Diss Jobcentre to support those who are over 50 and unemployed, according to one jobseeker who has been out of work for nearly a year.

Happy birthday Quackers Club!

TODAY: Krystal Whurr-Brady, 7 of Ensign Way, Diss; Ellie Drum, 6, Long Green, Wortham.

Eye resident who repeatedly punched man in the face in town jailed

A man who launched a sustained early morning attack in the centre of Eye has been jailed.


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