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Popular historian to give talk on the ‘Friendly Invasion’ later this month

A local historian is due to give a talk on the ‘Friendly Invasion’ of US Airmen to East Anglia during the Second World War in Horham later this month.

Explosion heard after car fire in Thrandeston

A member of the public called the fire service after hearing an explosion in Thrandeston last night.

Organised criminals locked up for 1,000 years

Organised criminals including drug traffickers, ram raiders and fraudsters across the region have been jailed for a total of 1,000 years by the Eastern Region Special Operations Unit.

Halloween posters spark series of Advertising Standards Authority complaints due to scary clown - are you Coulrophobic?

Posters featuring a scary clown used to promote a Halloween event have been taken down following complaints they were upsetting kids.

Cherry Tree Vets a step closer to Harleston branch

An established Diss veterinary practice has moved a step closer in opening a premises in Harleston after a change of use planning application was given the green light by South Norfolk Council.

WEATHER WARNING: Heavy, thundery downpours today

The Met Office has this morning issued a weather warning over heavy, thundery showers moving northwards across much of the country today.

New farm shop in Harleston approved

A proposal for a new farm shop and cafe on the outskirts of Harleston has been approved by South Norfolk Council.

Number of grants helping keep 1st Dickleburgh Sea Scout Group well afloat

The 1st Dickleburgh Sea Scouts Group is celebrating after grant awards totalling £11,000, including £3,000 from South Norfolk Council.

Meeting called over suspension of Diss, Thetford and District Citizens Advice Bureau manager

A meeting has been called by concerned members of the Diss, Thetford and District Citizens Advice Bureau over the suspension of its manager.

1 in 5 working 20 to 34-year-olds have moved back home - research

One in five working 20 to 34-year-olds in England has moved back in with their parents or grandparents in the last year, having previously lived independently, according to research.

Mobile phone bills could rise as Ofcom trebles operator fees

Mobile phone customers could face higher bills after Ofcom announced it is to treble annual fees for operators.

£93,000 worth of Tesco garlic bread removed from sale after Trading Standards discovery

Nearly 70,000 packets of garlic bread slices worth £93,000 have been pulled from Tesco shelves in the UK after an investigation found some were underweight.

PICTURES: A Taste of Harleston hailed a success after estimated 3,000 visitors to the town

A new Harleston event as part of a region-wide drive to raise the profile of food and drink businesses in the area has been hailed as a “great success” after an estimated 3,000 visitors came to the town.

Three nights of resurfacing works set for Long Stratton

A stretch of the A140 in Long Stratton at the Hempnall Crossroads junction will be subject to resurfacing works later this month.

Man arrested following sexual assault on woman

Police are investigating a sexual assault in Little Ellingham, near Attleborough.

Police release CCTV images after Diss Aldi theft

Police have released CCTV images of a man and woman they would like to speak to in connection with an incident of theft in the Aldi store in Mere Street, Diss.

Roman coins found in Pulham St Mary

Roman coins have been found in Pulham St Mary.

Horham link in new film which explores PTSD

A pair of long-standing volunteers of the 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association in Horham have launched a project for a new film, exploring the “devastating” effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

UPDATE: Train cancellations after body found near Needham Market station

Train services at Needham Market have been cancelled due to the discovery of a body on the line.

Long Stratton toddler hospitalised with serious foot and ankle injuries

A female toddler was taken to Norfolk and Norwich University hospital after suffering serious foot and ankle injuries in Long Stratton.


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