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Shock in Wvyerstone after guns discovery and arrest and charging of parish council chairman James Arnold

A village is in shock at a major police incident which has seen controlled explosions, the discovery of a haul of guns, and the arrest and charging of its parish council chairman on firearms and assault charges.

Palgrave Primary School art exhibition deemed “a success”

More than 200 pieces of art went on display at Palgrave Primary School last month, at an event described as a success by its headteacher.

Bowled over as fundraising event sees £5,000 collected

A cancer survivor says she was “overwhelmed” after more than one hundred people supported a 24-hour bowls marathon starting on Good Friday which raised in excess of £5,000.

Two bikes stolen from Diss garage

Two bikes have been stolen from a garage in Diss.

Framlingham residents called upon to love their local market

A north Suffolk town is calling on its residents to love their local market as part of a national campaign.

Fire crews rescue ‘distressed’ horse from water-filled dyke in North Lopham

A horse had to be rescued from a water-filled dyke in North Lopham yesterday evening

Vauxhall Brava stolen in Old Buckenham as police appeal for witnesses

Witnesses are being sought by police after a vehicle was stolen in Old Buckenham last month.

Can you shed any light on what caused this gathering in rural north Suffolk?

Diss historian and regular Diss Express contributer Dennis Cross needs some help with this picture.

BREAKING: Small controlled explosion in Stowmarket as Wyverstone weapons investigation continues

A controlled explosion is expected to have happened in Stowmarket tonight as part of an investigation following the discovery of weapons in a Wyverstone home last week.

Stunning display of snake’s head fritillaries at Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Fox Fritillary Meadow

One of the rarest sights in the flora of Suffolk brought out botany fans to a meadow accessible only once a year.

Pulham Market disco raises care home cash

More than £1,100 was raised at a disco and karaoke event which saw in the New Year in Pulham Market.

North Lopham gives punters chance to taste 135 varieties of sausage

How about a giant Yorkshire pudding, filled with 13 different types of sausage, with mash, gravy and fried onions - all washed down with a pint of real ale?

Harleston and District Rotary Club member recognised for ‘service above self’

A Harleston and District Rotary Club member has been recognised for his contribution to society at their recent Charter Anniversary Dinner, held last month.

Trio jailed after Pulham Market store burglary

Three members of a burglary gang who raided a village store at Pulham Market have been jailed.

Big ambitions for New Eye Theatre Company with upcoming play starring Helen Fraser

A new project aiming to re-establish a permanent professional theatre in Eye is set to premier with two one-act plays later this month.

Brockdish pupils simply the best, says BBC Radio Norfolk producer

The producer of a radio show on BBC Radio Norfolk has hailed Brockdish Primary pupils as “the best” after they were interviewed on air in April.

Beales store in Diss hosts Colossal Cake Sale for Help for Heroes

Shoppers in Diss turned out to support a Colossal Cake Sale at a department store in support of the Help For Heroes armed forces charity.

Woman hospitalised after lorry and car collide in Kenninghall

A woman has been taken to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital after a Saab and lorry collided in Kenninghall this afternoon.

Thelnetham Mill aims to be selling its own flour this year

It seems a relic from the past that flour for your daily bread might be ground within a few miles.

Starston turbine gets green light

Plans for a 24-metre wind turbine in Starston have been approved by South Norfolk Council.


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